There may be a variety of reasons why you want to try using CBD oil. Full-spectrum products contain a range of other potentially therapeutic compounds, including terpenes. Isolate formulas contain only CBD. There are potential health benefits that terpenes may offer—both on their own and when combined with other cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Terpenes are aromatic oils that color cannabis varieties with distinctive flavors like citrus, berry, mint, and pine.
Full-spectrum CBD products that include a range of different plant components may be better for you than CBD isolate. Studies show that cannabinoids, when administered together instead of individually, are more effective at alleviating symptoms. Terpenes work to complement one another for improved therapeutic potential.
There are a variety of types of terpenes, and each delivers it’s a set of specific benefits. Each one has a scent or flavor profile, as well as some possible wellness advantages. For example, some will alleviate anxiety, depression and insomnia, while others will help with asthma, pain, and ulcers. Some terpenes might promote relaxation and stress-relief, while others potentially promote focus and acuity.
If you’re interested in how terpenes work and their remedies, please take a look at the following infographic. It shows the latest research into the most common terpenes found in cannabis and the benefits of each. The infographic makes it easy to understand the various options and provides you with the details you need to determine which solution may be best for you to try. Check it out below.
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