Oliver's Harvest Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil
250mg – 3500mg
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Introducing our line of Oliver’s Harvest Broad-Spectrum CBD Oil. Our high-quality oils are designed to enhance your body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) which is found throughout the human body. Try Oliver’s Harvest Broad-Spectrum CBD oil to enhance your overall wellness.
By promoting a great endocannabinoid system, continued use of CBD oil may:
- Help maintain healthy joints
- Help regulate rest periods
- Reduce regular stresses
Benefits of Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil
If you’ve been researching CBD oil, you’ve probably noticed that there are a lot of options. Many companies offer CBD oil for sale in several forms but fail to explain the differences between them. At Oliver’s Harvest, it’s important to us that you know the potential benefits of each type of product so that you can make the best decision for your individual needs.
Keep reading to learn about the different types of CBD oil, as well as the benefits of Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil.
Three Types of CBD Oil
Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of the compounds found in the cannabis plant. Perhaps the best-known compound of the cannabis plant is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound producing the “high” effect. Although most people have only heard of THC and CBD, researchers have identified more than 100 other cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, many of which offer the user different effects.
Many people use CBD oil because it can provide benefits without getting the user “high,” as it only contains trace amounts of THC if any at all. Although all three types of CBD oil can offer these benefits, they each contain a different set of cannabinoids.
Unlike full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD, CBD isolate contains only one ingredient: pure CBD. It contains undetectable levels of Delta-9 THC and no other cannabinoids, terpenes (aromatic compounds with unique health benefits), or cannabis compounds. At first glance, this might seem like the best way to take CBD, in its purest form. However, isolate has several drawbacks:
- It’s a highly processed product.
- It doesn’t contain other potentially beneficial compounds.
- It won’t produce the entourage effect, which is when compounds work to enhance each other’s beneficial effects.
- It generally takes a larger dose to achieve the desired effects.
Despite its drawbacks, isolate does have some benefits, including the fact that it contains zero trace THC and has no taste or odor.
Full Spectrum CBD
Full spectrum CBD is the exact opposite of CBD isolate — it contains all compounds found in the cannabis plant, including small amounts of THC, though the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) dictates that it can’t contain more than 0.3%. This type of CBD oil undergoes the least processing of all the oils, but for people hoping to exclude all THC and only get certain beneficial compounds, it isn’t the best choice. However, because it contains all the cannabis compounds, full spectrum CBD has the most potential for the entourage effect.
Broad Spectrum CBD
Our broad spectrum products, such as Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil, offer customers an enticing middle path: CBD oils that contain a range of some of the most potentially beneficial cannabis compounds, but typically no THC. Like the full spectrum oil, broad spectrum also presents an entourage effect wherein compounds maximize their potential benefits by working in tandem.
For many people, broad spectrum CBD is the ideal choice. Here are some of the benefits of our Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil:
- It contains other useful cannabinoids such as cannabichromene (CBC) and cannabinol (CBN), as well as terpenes.
- It offers high bioavailability.
- It doesn’t create a “high” effect.
What Strength to Choose:
- 250mg (serving 16.7mg/ml): New to CBD? With 15mL, our 250mg strength is designed for newcomers who would like to try broad-spectrum CBD.
- 500 mg (serving 16.7mg/ml): Tried CBD before? Our 500mg comes in 30mL bottles for adults who have tried CBD before and know their optimal strength.
- 1000 mg (serving 33.3mg/ml) Everyday user? This concentration is perfect for CBD users looking to experience the benefits of CBD at their full potential.
- 2000 mg (concentration 66.7 mg/ml). This strength is for daily users. You can use 2,000 mg tinctures to relieve stronger symptoms or simply to reduce the serving dose. You will save on getting more CBD for a lower price.
- 3500 mg (concentration 116.7 mg/ml). The highest strength for experienced users with severe symptoms. You can also reduce your daily dose to only a few drops and use the bottle for a few months. This bottle offers the highest saving per mg of CBD.
- Shake well before usage
- Squeeze the dropper to fill it with oil.
- Next, place half a dropper of CBD oil under your tongue.
- Once you have placed the CBD oil under your tongue, hold for 30-90 seconds before swallowing.
- Use twice daily.
Our orange-flavored CBD offers a tangy, delicious way to incorporate CBD oil into your daily schedule without any signs of a bitter aftertaste.
Our broad-spectrum oils offer high bioavailability. Bioavailability refers to your body’s ability to absorb and use the essential active ingredients of the administered compound. At Oliver’s Harvest, we are dedicated to providing our consumers with the highest-quality, chemist-formulated CBD oils for their needs. Our CBD is extracted from the finest hemp grown on our organic farms in North Carolina. In addition, our CBD oils are crafted and infused through a rigorous process that makes them the purest in the market.
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Oliver’s Harvest CBD Oils
At Oliver’s Harvest, we’re proud to offer a Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil as well as a Full Spectrum Orange CBD Oil. Instead of Googling “CBD oil for sale,” shop for oils at our online store. If you’re wondering if Broad Spectrum Orange CBD Oil is right for you, feel free to contact us online or give us a call at 866-634-3134.
*FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, mitigate, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new wellness program.
1. Which broad-spectrum CBD oil is best for daily users?
We recommend the 1000 mg CBD essential oil for everyday users. This bottle serves 33.3 mg of CBD per ml, which is perfect for those looking to experience the full potential of Oliver’s Harvest Broad Spectrum CBD Oil.
2. Does Oliver’s Harvest Broad Spectrum CBD Oil have THC?
No, our broad spectrum hemp CBD tinctures do not have Delta-9 THC, a psychoactive compound that can cause a “high” effect if taken in large enough quantities. We do have Full Spectrum tinctures that contain a small amount of THC, always under 0.3% Delta-9 content and will not cause the user to be intoxicated.
Hemp, or industrial hemp, is defined by the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill as plants of the cannabis sativa species that contain ≤0.3% THC, meaning their extracts are non-psychoactive and legal.
Hemp is very sustainable and renewable. It can be refined into countless commercial items, including food, paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, animal feed, insulation, biofuel, and more.
As you navigate the CBD field and the different products available on the market, you will come across these terms which are used to describe CBD extracts. So what is the difference between them?
As we mentioned above, full-spectrum refers to CBD extracts containing all flavonoids, terpenoids, and other compounds found naturally in the hemp plant. Broad-Spectrum, on the other hand, is used to describe CBD extracts containing various, but not all, compounds found in hemp. Meanwhile, CBD isolate, as the name implies, refers to products formulated with pure CBD. These extracts contain no additional cannabinoids or other hemp compounds.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a large network of receptors and transmitters found throughout our bodies responsible for regulating numerous systems and functions. Cannabinoids are compounds that interact with ECS receptors to promote homeostasis (balance) within these systems.
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