CBD Isolate is a newer way to use CBD. It can be a really good choice for those looking for a CBD product that is pure, potent, THC free, versatile, and has no taste.
How is CBD Isolate Made?
Our CBD isolate is made from organically grown hemp plants using safe and non-toxic CO2 extraction. The CBD hemp oil then undergoes a proprietary purifying process to filter out the plant material and excess waxes – everything besides the pure crystalline CBD. This produces the pure isolate powder with 99% CBD.
The filtering process also removes the trace levels of THC, leaving a CBD supplement ideal for anyone looking to completely avoid exposure to the psychoactive compound.
What Is CBD Isolate?
CBD isolate is a fine white powder that only contains the CBD chemical compound. It is the purest form of CBD available. CBD isolate is not a synthetic (lab-made) cannabinoid. It is instead an all-natural product, which is derived from the hemp plant. Once extracted from hemp, it gets refined down to a high level of purity. All of the chlorophyll, waxes, plant material, and more all removed to leave the CBD oil behind, which can then be either ingested or used topically.
CBD isolate may also be a good alternative option for those who are sensitive to naturally occurring plant terpenes and other plant material found in the hemp plant or other types of Hemp products.
How To Use CBD Isolate:
Likely the biggest benefit of CBD isolate is its versatility. It can be ingested or used topically using one of the following methods:
1. Place It Under Your Tongue
CBD isolate is tasteless making it really easy to place a small amount under the tongue for 60-90 seconds while it absorbs directly into the blood stream.
Taking it under the tongue bypasses digestion allowing quicker absorption into your blood stream where the CBD can get to work interacting with cannabinoid receptors.
2. Add It To Food / Make Your Own Edibles
Most edibles on the market use CBD isolate. But they are expensive and contain added sugars and chemicals that cause them to be counterproductive to good health. You can easily make your own edibles. You can add it to:
- Any of your favorite beverages or food including cooked food
Do keep in mind that CBD has a boiling point of about 160-180°C (320-356°F). If you cook with CBD at temperatures higher than its boiling point, you’ll likely degrade the compounds and lose some potency. If you do cook using CBD isolate-infused oils, aim for lower cooking temperatures.
3. Make Your Own Tincture Drops
This is another good option for those wanting to use tincture drops, but would like to use CBD isolate instead of full spectrum. It will require some measuring to determine how much CBD is in each serving. But it’s very simple. Just add your CBD to your carrier oil of choice.
4. Topical CBD Applications
With no taste or odor, CBD isolate seamlessly blends into coconut oil and other oils. Simply add the CBD to your oil to infuse it and it’s ready to use. You can also add your favorite essential oil if you like.
- Massage the mixture into sore muscles and joints
- Target specific skin conditions
- Add to your favorite body lotion
You can also add CBD isolate to your favorite vape liquid to give it an additional boost of CBD. With a vaporization point of around 180-200°C (356-392°F), CBD isolate can also be vaped or dabbed using a special water bubbler or a vape pen.
How To Calculate Servings:
With the proper tools, you easily and accurately calculate the potency of your CBD isolate servings. The Proprietary Hemp Extract CBD isolate is 97% pure, meaning each milligram of CBD isolate equals a milligram of active CBD. Our 1g jar contains 960 mg – 1000mg of cannabidiol. This can be divided into servings of any size and gives you control over how much CBD you add to your system.