CBD Isolation

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Cannabionoids otherwise known as “CBD” have gained a lot of popularity in medical and marijuana fraternities. For those who have no clue whatsoever of what cannabionoids are, these are chemical compounds found precisely in the three species of cannabis plant—ruderalis, sativa and indica. Examples of cannabionoids are;
• BG (Cannabigerol)
• CBC (Cannabichromene)
• CBCV (Cannabichromevarin)
• CBD (Cannabidiol)
• CBDV (Cannabidivarin)
• CBGV (Cannabigerivarin)
• THCC (tetrahydrocannabinol)
• THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

CBD Isolate
As far as cannabionoids are concerned, there is something called cannabionoids isolate or CBD isolate. In layman’s terms, it’s CBD in its purest form. CBD isolate can be obtained by isolating CBD from all other things that form part
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The former is the less refined of the two, and it can only be used in one way—dabbing that is. On the other hand, the latter is pulverized and processed crystals that can be used in many different ways, including dabbing, and so on.

How Is CBD Isolate Made?
The process begins with planting a high CBD strain such as hemp, Cannatonic or Charlotte’s Web and tending to it up to maturity. The reason high CBD strains are considered the most ideal sources of CBD isolate is that they are rich in cannabionoids and contain more of these chemical compounds than THC and other chemical compounds that make up the marijuana plant. Other CBD strains such as Blue Dream and Sour Diesel contain more THC than CBD, hence they are not ideal for this purpose.
Once the plant reaches maturity, it is harvested and put through some form of extraction. Extraction separates the cannabionoids, flavonoids, trichomes, terpenes, as well as other chemical compounds from the harvested cannabis plant. Common methods of extraction

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