CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are the best known compounds derived from the cannabis plant. But, while THC is responsible for the effects of marijuana that we all know, CBD does not produce psychoactive effects, which means that it does not produce alterations in behavior.
When buying CBD in any of its presentations (oil, creams, vaping liquid or some edible form), you will have to choose between two essential categories of products, depending on the presence or not of THC:
1. Full spectrum CBD, which could contain TCH even in a small proportion.
2. Isolated CBD, which is completely lacking in that compound.
Although a third form is also marketed, which is the broad spectrum CBD, the only difference with the full spectrum is the absolute absence of THC, because the rest of the substances remain the same.
The image that illustrates this post is a comparative table showing the main differences between the two basic CBD extracts, so that you have information that makes it easier for you to choose the one that best suits your needs and interests.