There is a lot of confusion regarding the differences between CBD oil spectrums, which is understandable since there is no one right answer to differentiate the blends. It comes down to the methods of extracting, filtering, and blending that manufacturers use.
Organia's Full Spectrum oils are made from natural unrefined hemp extract which is obtained by supercritical CO2 extraction. It contains the full spectrum of cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes that are naturally present in the hemp plant. While the product also includes THC, the amount will never be higher than the legal limit, which is 0,2%, and is proven by the independent third-party lab results found on our website.
Many full spectrums on sale today are merely crude extracts that are not decarboxylated. In other words, the components have not been activated. All Organia's full spectrums however have been through this process to ensure maximum benefit.
Now the Broad Spectrum oils provide a similar boosting synergy among its components known as the “Entourage Effect” however it has been purified, partly isolated, and re-composed to reduce the THC content as well as the plant material and chlorophyll to give it a more palatable flavor. On top of that, the broad spectrums are almost fully decarboxylated.
The Isolate CBD oils are CBD in their purest form. These options would be best if you have either allergies or other personal concerns regarding the components of broad and full spectrum oils. Or for legal reasons depending on the country or region. Note that some countries have banned THC altogether, whereas some have legal limits, such as 0,2% in the EU and 0,3% in the US.