CBD Isolate USER GUIDE
An introduction to pure CBD isolate
What Is CBD Isolate?
CBD isolate is 99 percent pure cannabidiol. It is derived entirely from cannabis oil extracted from industrial hemp. There are no other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, or additional plant compounds left over, which is why it comes in crystalline (powdered) form. Both its texture and tastelessness make the multi-purpose concentrate extremely easy to work with.
CBD Isolate Uses
CBD ISOLATE: HOW TO USE
Decarboxylated CBD isolate is safe to consume as-is. This means it doesn’t require heat before use, unlike flower and some concentrates. This gives isolate more versatility than other products. CBD isolate powder and tinctures can be ingested, taken sublingually, or mixed with other ingredients.
How to use CBD Isolate Powder and Tinctures
- Sprinkle on top or mix in food and drinks
- Blend into topicals
- Add to other forms of cannabis
- Consume by itself
How to Make CBD Isolate
Our CBD isolate is all-natural. After removing waxes and lipids, the oil is decarboxylated, which makes it safe for consumption. The distillation process removes undesirable plant compounds and separates the CBD from other cannabinoids. It is then mixed in with a nonpolar solvent in a reactor where the solution is heated then cooled, causing crystallization. Finally, a solvent wash removes undesirable contaminants from the CBD crystals.
How Much CBD Isolate to Take
We suggest taking around 20 to 30 milligrams up to twice per day (about the size of a grain of rice). Since isolate is pure, 30 milligrams weighed out on the scale equals 30 milligrams of CBD.
Why Choose CBD Isolate?
Benefits of Cbd Isolate
Isolate is the purest, most refined version of CBD that is incredibly versatile. The tasteless powder mixes well with other ingredients. Plus, isolate is THC free, making it the best option for those concerned about drug testing. Isolate is also cheaper than full spectrum and broad spectrum products, so it is an approachable product to those who are new to CBD.