Ananda THC Free Full Spectrum 15mg CBD Gels 30 Count
New by popular demand! With 0.00% THC (and a third-party, ISO-certified certificate of analysis to prove it!), our THC Free Softgels are perfect for patients who may be subject to a drug test and/or don’t enjoy the taste of the THC Free Tincture.
Featuring a blend of Ananda’s hemp extract and organic, cold-pressed hemp seed oil, each bottle contains 450mg of active cannabinoids (15mg per soft gel), including CBD, CBN, CBL, CBDA, CBG, CBC, THCV, and/or CBDV, making it the highest-quality broad-spectrum product on the market.
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American grown and produced, this professional hemp-flower extract provides a full spectrum blend of cannabinoids associated with an “entourage effect” not present in CBD-only extracts. Full spectrum is described as all the components in the hemp plant extract are utilized including all phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients.
Pharmacokinetic studies have shown the best absorption is when taking the oral gels with meals.
Each bottle contains 30 soft gels, each containing 15mg of active CBD. Gels are made with organic hemp seed oil which provides the benefit of omega fatty acids. The soft gel formulation provides an alternative to the sublingual oil tinctures.
Seed to Shelf
Superior genetics, proprietary extraction technology, carbon-neutral facilities, Kentucky-grown domestic hemp, in-house scientists, and a firm belief in the healing power of hemp are all part of our seed-to-shelf commitment to quality. Enjoy the benefits of the first and finest vertically integrated CBD Oil in the world.
True Full Spectrum
Ananda Hemp has a rigorous laboratory testing protocol to bring you the purest CBD. Enjoy knowing exactly what’s in our products compared to other “full spectrum” brands.
Ananda Professional is an exclusive line of cannabidiol (CBD) products created strictly for pharmacists. This exclusive professional line meets strict safety standards and features pharmaceutical-grade full-spectrum cannabinoids
Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract
To make our broad-spectrum oil, we start with full-spectrum CBD ‘golden oil’ and put it through centrifugal chromatography. In essence, we spin the oil at high speeds with a specially designed receptacle that catches the THC. In as many words, broad-spectrum is like saying ‘full-spectrum – but zero THC.’
We created broad-spectrum CBD oil for those who are sensitive to THC, or individuals who avoid it for personal, religious, or legal purposes. Other than the absence of THC, broad-spectrum and full-spectrum are identical.
What is THC-free CBD oil?
CBD is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. Research on CBD is in the early stages and is still ongoing. But some studies so far show that it has therapeutic potential. People may use CBD to help with pain, anxiety, insomnia, and more.
There are two types of THC-free CBD oil you can choose from: isolate and broad-spectrum.
Isolate CBD oil contains only CBD, which means you’ll have a form that’s completely free from THC. No true isolate oil should contain any THC or any other cannabinoid besides CBD.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils also lack THC, but they do contain other cannabinoids and cannabis compounds like terpenes and flavonoids.
Terpenes are aromatic compounds that may have therapeutic benefits. Similarly, flavonoids, which are naturally found in all sorts of plants, may have therapeutic benefits as well.
Pros and cons of THC-free CBD
All types of CBD products may have potentially beneficial effects. But one particular benefit of broad-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate is that they shouldn’t contain any THC. That can be a plus for people who want to try CBD but want to avoid THC.
On the flip side, a disadvantage of THC-free CBD oils is that they miss out on some or all of the benefits of the entourage effect. The entourage effect is a theory that CBD works better when it’s combined with other cannabis compounds, like THC.
However, that doesn’t mean that THC-free CBD oil isn’t effective. Some research suggests that CBD may still have therapeutic effects on its own.
Lastly, some people prefer CBD isolate because it’s taste- and scent-free. “Natural” or unflavored full-spectrum and broad-spectrum products have an earthy taste that some people dislike. However, it’s worth noting that you can find flavored varieties of all three types of CBD, which should mask any earthiness.
CBD Softgels vs. CBD Tinctures
Both styles of CBD products (softgels and tinctures) are made from the same batch of Ananda’s full spectrum hemp extract – the only significant difference lies in how they are used, making that which is better a matter of personal preference. Additionally, in contrast to tinctures, softgels take longer to come on, with a prolonged window of efficacy.