CBD Isolate: The Powder & Crystals Of Cannabidiol

When people start talking about obtaining CBD in its purest possible form without any other cannabinoids, they are referring to CBD Isolate.  Cannabidiol isolates are broken down into two subtopics in order to help better describe the texture that your isolate is arriving in.  The two categories are CBD Powder & CBD Crystals.

CBD powder, as you can imagine, is refined into extremely small grains of CBD until it reaches a powdery texture.  This is a great option if you are looking for an easy way to add CBD to cooking and baking recipes as it mixes right in with your other ingredients. CBD crystals, on the other hand, are larger, thicker, and will arrive in crystalline form. CBD crystals are used for dabbing.  Read more about CBD dabs.

Below are two pictures to help you see the difference in texture and size (click on either one to learn more).

CBD Powder

 

CBD isolate is used as a dietary supplement for a wide range of health benefits including migraines, PTSDpain, and many others. These isolates are no way, shape or form, a lab-made or synthetic cannabinoid.  These are all-natural CBD products that are extracted from organic hemp plants and eventually refined to incredible purity levels.

How Is It Made & What Are The Benefits?

CBD isolate is derived from the hemp plant via various processes. These processes make extraction and isolation of CBD possible. Typically, the process of producing CBD isolate starts with growing hemp organically. This is not the cannabis strain that gets users high. The isolate is produced from a commercial-grade, industrial hemp. Basically, this is the cannabis that is grown to produce maximum biomass. It’s important to note that hemp is different from marijuana that is found in the streets and used by people that want to get high. However, both hemp and marijuana are technically similar plants. The only difference is that hemp has THC in low amounts and CBD in high amounts.

The actual process of making CBD isolate starts with a CO2 extraction which leads to the extraction of resins and oils from cannabis. The winterization process that leads to the separation of lipids follows and removal of extraneous plant matter is eventually done. What remains after this is pure CBD isolate.

 

How To Use CBD Isolate

There are different ways to use CBD isolate. A popular way is to use it topically. This entails blending CBD isolate with carrier oils. CBD isolate can also be used to make edibles. For topical application, CBD can be mixed with slightly warm coconut oil to make CBD skin care products that are generously applied to the skin for conditions like acne or arthritis. For CBD edibles, the isolate can be mixed with olive oils. CBD isolate can also be used through dabbing. This entails using special equipment known as a dab rig. This equipment looks like a bong with a bowl part that looks different. A special torch is used to heat the dab rig to a high temperature. The isolate is then put into the rig from where it is inhaled.

 

What To Know Before Buying CBD Isolates, Powders, or Crystals

You can order CBD isolate online or from the manufacturer directly. Right now, there are many stores that offer CBD isolate deals online. Nevertheless, you should order your isolate from a reputable dealer or manufacturer. That’s the only way you will get an organic and safe CBD product and always do your due diligence on making sure it is THC FREE or under the legal limit of .3%

Cannabidiol (CBD) has NOT been proven to treat, relieve, nor cure any disease or medical condition listed on this site.  The medical studies, controlled tests, and health information offered on Cannabidiol Life of CBDOilsAndEdibles.com (or any variation of the URL) is an expressed summarization of our personal conducted research done by our team of professionals. The information provided on this site is designed to support, NEVER replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and the patient's/site visitor's physician.

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