What CBD Products Are THC-Free?

What CBD Products Are THC-Free?

What if I can't tolerate THC, but still want the wellness benefits of cannabis? Say goodbye to THC. It is perfectly fine to use CBD and cannabis products without experiencing the psychogenic effects that THC has. You are not a wimp if you use it. You're not a wimp if you don't do it. Don't worry about preconceived notions, but rather focus on your health.

We care about your health and wellbeing, so we'll get you the CBD products that are right for you. We're going to talk about THC-free CBD today, since you can choose not to use THC. CBD will still have its benefits. We'll answer your questions about THC free CBD products, and show you where to find them.

THC-Free is a thing

Do not listen to those who say that full spectrum CBD combined with THC is better than broad spectrum CBD. In reality, neither CBD is better than the other. However, you may need to use a higher dose of broad spectrum to achieve the same results.

Broad spectrum CBD oil is CBD that has been formulated without THC. Broad spectrum CBD oils were available before the hype about hemp-derived THC, its "deltas" and other legal products. These products have proven to be reliable, useful and well tolerated. Many people begin their CBD journey with broad spectrum oils to achieve calm, balance and better overall wellness.

THC-free CBD oils are the best CBD products, but you may not be sure if they're right for you. We'll explore THC free CBD oils and see if they are right for you.

What is THC-Free CBD oil?

We'll look at the process of making THC-free hemp oil so that you can understand the difference between THC free CBD products and those labelled CBD isolate. You may be confused by these two products, as they are both THC-free.

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is created by isolating CBD molecules only in the laboratory and creating oils with these CBD molecules plus a carrier, usually MCT oil. CBD isolate is your only option to guarantee that you're only taking CBD and no other cannabis components. It's expensive and labor-intensive to produce. This leads to higher prices and arguably less health benefits.

CBD is the cannabinoid that has been studied the most, and is probably the best for our health. However, there is growing evidence to suggest that using pure CBD in conjunction with other cannabinoids or parts of hemp plants can provide a more balanced and versatile benefit.

Broad Spectrum and the Entourage Effect

If we are being honest, there is some debate about the entourage effects. Some whole-plant purists insist that the THC must be part of the package for it to work.

The entourage effects occur when you use a range of cannabis compounds, whether or not THC is included. You may need more CBD broad spectrum to achieve the same results. 

While you might choose a product with a wide spectrum, we wouldn't rule out the possibility of an entourage effect. This means that the CBD molecules and all of the other molecules extracted from cannabis work together to provide you with a better CBD experience.

What else might CBD oil contain besides CBD?

Terpenes, which are derived from conifers such as pine trees and give off a fresh piney smell, are also found in cannabis. Terpenes are classified according to the position of the carbon bond, a chemical compound that provides a distinct scent and flavor profile for different strains. 

You will also find that CBD products with a broad spectrum contain flavonoids. Flavonoids, also derived from hemp, have many wellness benefits. This makes them a valuable ingredient in broad spectrum CBD products.

You'll also see that other cannabinoid substances, such as CBN (cannabinol), and CBG, which contribute to the entourage effects, provide wellness benefits and allow you to have a well-rounded cannabis experience -- without THC.

This superior broad spectrum formula is at the core of all of our THC-free CBD oils.

CBD Oil Benefits - THC-Free

THC-free CBD products have the same benefits as CBD products with THC. You will feel less relaxed without THC but still benefit from CBD for improved sleep and wellness. You can still use CBD to help with recovery after a workout. You get the entourage effects. You can still feel better with a CBD-based lifestyle.

If you are switching from a full-spectrum CBD product to one that is THC-free, it may be necessary to take more in order to achieve the same benefits. You can start with a serving each morning and night and then increase it as you need to.

Can I use CBD oil without THC?

You may be surprised at how easy it is to answer this question. You can start by asking yourself some questions.

Do I have low energy and am I always sleepy? Maybe I don't need the extra relaxation that THC offers and a broad-spectrum option is better for me.

Do I react negatively to THC? Do I feel "testy" or out of sorts when I use cannabis that contains THC? If you are worried about THC, then switching to a THC-free cannabis may help.

Do I have any concerns about drug tests? Check with your employer, etc. You should always check with your employer (etc.) to make sure that you can take CBD products. Drug tests are usually designed to only look for THC.

Every batch is tested by ISO-certified laboratories and in-house labs to ensure that THC levels are not detectable or, ideally, non-existent. 

The COA of a particular product will tell you exactly what is in it. We post them on our website at cbdMD so that people can see exactly what's in the CBD oil.

Who Can Use THC-Free Cbd?

Wide spectrum CBD oil products is legal in all fifty states, as long as they are manufactured from hemp instead of marijuana.

  • Since CBD-free THC still comes from marijuana, users must be older than 18 years old.
  • Ask your doctor if CBD products (and what types) are right for you, especially if you have health concerns, or are pregnant or lactating/breastfeeding. Your doctor may sometimes recommend that you go THC-free based on the state of your health.
  • People from all walks of life can use broad spectrum CBD - health-conscious wellness-seekers, athletes and gym-goers, seniors, students in college, young parents, even pets!

CBD products that are THC-free

There are broad-spectrum CBD oil tinctures that come in different strengths. The strength is determined by the milligrams per serving of CBD in the formula.

  • Each serving of 1500 strength CBD contains 50 mg.
  • The 3000 strength CBD contains 100 mg per serving
  • The 6000 strength CBD contains 200 mg per serving
  • Each serving of 7500 strength CBD contains 250 mg.

If you'd prefer to take CBD in capsule form, there are broad-spectrum CBD capsules that come at a strength 3000 mg and 100 mg CBD per capsule. You can also add flavor and variety to your CBD regimen with CBD drinks. There is also a sleep aid that contains broad spectrum CBD + melatonin for better sleep.

Final Thoughts!

In summary, THC-free CBD products, including broad-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate, offer the wellness benefits of cannabis without the psychotropic effects of THC. These products, suitable for various lifestyles and life stages, come in many forms and strengths, allowing individuals to choose the one that best meets their health needs. Consultation with a healthcare professional is recommended for optimal product choice.