Frequently Asked Questions

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CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is one of the many chemicals derived from cannabis sativa, commonly known as hemp. The group of chemicals within hemp are referred to as cannabinoids. Of all the cannabinoids, CBD is valued for a wide range of health benefits.

CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD. CBD oil is further refined down to a pure white powder, removing all impurities, including THC. After the distillation process, CBD Isolate is 99.9% pure CBD. More detail about the extraction process and the benefits of purity can be found at our CBD Isolate page.

This question is often asked because of laws surrounding medical and recreational marijuana use. CBD is legal, because all traces of the psychoactive chemical THC found in marijuana are removed through processing. CBD isolate is exempt from the Federal Controlled Substances Act and can be shipped throughout the United States.

This question is often asked because of laws surrounding medical and recreational marijuana use. CBD is legal, because all traces of the psychoactive chemical THC found in marijuana are removed through processing. CBD isolate is exempt from the Federal Controlled Substances Act and can be shipped throughout the United States.

Full Spectrum CBD is a hemp derived product containing all of the cannabinoids. THC is the only cannabinoid removed. There will still be low levels of THC in full spectrum, but below the legal definition of a controlled substance. CBD Isolate is pure CBD and does not contain any other cannabinoids. Our full spectrum CBD article gives further explanation as well as the benefits of CBD Isolate over the full spectrum product.

Yes. CBD Isolate is made from hemp that is free from any chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The CO2 extraction process leaves no trace of carcinogens that can be found in older extraction methods. It has also been deemed safe by the FDA for human consumption.

CBD isolate contains no THC. THC is the psychoactive property of marijuana that provides a “high” to its users. Once removed during the extraction process, there is no danger of becoming mentally or physically impaired by an intoxicant.

CBD Isolate Powder has no taste or odor. Because of these properties, it can be consumed directly as powder or infused with many of your day-to-day products. It is typically mixed into other consumables rather than taken directly.

CBD Isolate powder can be mixed with almost any substance. Here is a short list of popular products that have been created with CBD isolate: pet treats and food, candies, protein powders, cosmetics, and massage oils. The versatility of the product is why it is so highly sought out by businesses.

The sudden surge of CBD interest has created a expanding number of businesses that sell CBD isolate. We have thoroughly researched the companies selling CBD isolate and compiled a list of items to consider before choosing a wholesaler. After performing our own due diligence, our recommendation for purchasing wholesale CBD isolate is CBDBroker.com. They fit all of the criteria we believe is critical to a safe, reliable and high quality product.