Simply put isolate is CBD in it’s purest form. CBD isolate is 99.9% CBD, this is what real producers use to make the most effective CBD products on the market.
One of the greatest things about CBD isolate is that it’s super easy to use. Isolate can be used in a wide variety of ways. Here’s a list of strategies to help you put your CBD isolate to work.
CBD isolate powder can be added to anything you can eat. Mix it into brownies, cookies, pies, and other baked goods. Dissolve a bit in your favorite oil or salad dressing. Sprinkle it on top of your meal. Add a teaspoon to your tea or coffee. The possibilities are endless and are limited only by your imagination.
You can dab CBD isolate by itself or mix with other concentrates to give your dabs a smooth cherry flavor.
Sprinkle a pinch of CBD isolate over your favorite strains for a CBD kick that can’t be beat.
Mix a small amount of CBD isolate into your favorite vape oil product or e-liquid for a healthy boost.
Make Your Own Tincture
Add a small amount of CBD isolate to a teaspoon of coconut oil, and hold it under your tongue for a minute and a half. The oil and CBD isolate enter your bloodstream through the sublingual artery. Tinctures are the easiest and most discreet method for consuming CBD.
Add to skin care products
CBD isolate can be whipped into your favorite body or face cream. You can maximize CBD’s anti-inflammatory and pain-reduction properties by rubbing the cream into your skin.
The only way you’re going to know if CBD isolate is right for you is to give it a try. CBD isolate can be taken in many different ways, which makes it incredibly versatile for those who need CBD’s medicinal properties at work or out in public. A small pinch in pretty much anything will get you the relief you need.
For new users we recommend starting with 5-10mg and to slowly build into a dose that works best for you. For high pain patients we recommend a 25-50mg dose. Everybody’s body is different, and the best dose for you is different than others, go low and slow to find what amount works best for your body. If you have more questions about the best dose for you please feel free to contact us.
All of our products are sourced from certified organic North American hemp farms. We at Okanagan CBD take quality very seriously and do not purchase from non reputable sources. Quality is our guarantee and is what separates us from our competition. No products are sourced from Chinese suppliers.
Simply put Okanagan CBD only deals with the highest quality CBD. Every batch is 3rd party lab tested by Health Canada approved facilities to ensure a high quality product. We source our product exclusively from certified organic North American hemp farms and is guaranteed to be free of heavy metals and solvents. If you have any more questions about product quality please feel free to contact us.
Although they are interchangeable, crystal CBD isolate is the less refined form of the two. Both testing at 99.9% CBD the only real differences are the look and the ease of product creation. Crystal has a stronger cherry taste which CBD is famous for, this is why we recommend pharmaceutical for personal users as it adds more flavour to your vape, dabs, and has a smoother smoke. We recommend the powder if you are interested in creating your own CBD products because as a powder it is much more versatile in the production process. Nutraceutical powder is also great to dab,vape, and mix with concentrates.
One of the major benefits of CBD is that it has no side effects. It is very simple to use and create a dose that’s perfect for you.
Other benefits/effects include:
· Reduces nausea and vomiting
· Suppresses seizure activity
· Mediates psychotic disorders
· Reduces inflammation
· Combats anxiety and depression
· Tempers neurodegenerative disorders
In addition, CBD counteracts the drowsiness, paranoia, and memory loss associated with THC. Because of this long list of benefits, CBD isolate can be used to mitigate the symptoms of many ailments including:
· Chronic Pain
· Epileptic disorders
· Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
· Parkinson’s disease
· Neuropathic pain
While more research still needs to be done, CBD is quickly becoming known as an effective natural remedy for many aches and ailments.
The short answer is no. CBD isolate is created from high CBD low THC hemp strains, which go through an extensive process to isolate the CBD. The percentage of THC in CBD isolate is less than 0.02% so it would be next impossible to consume an amount where you would feel any effects from the THC. A tiny of percentage of THC is necessary in CBD products for them to be effective in the endocannabinoid system.
Our process starts with growing certified organic non-gmo hemp until the plant reaches maturity. Which is then it’s harvested and goes through the extraction process. Extraction separates the cannabinoids, terpenes, trichomes, flavonoids, and other chemicals from the plant matter. Our Isolate is made through CO2 extraction, because it is non-toxic and non-flammable, CO2 extraction is the preffered method over chemical solvents like butane, hexane, and acetone, which can linger in the extracted oil if not purged correctly, rendering the oil toxic
At the end of the extraction process, you’re left with a cannabis concentrate. Depending on the form in which you choose to keep the concentrate (e.g., solid, semi-solid, liquid), you can then make things like shatter, wax, oil, etc. But to make CBD isolate, you need to refine the concentrate a little bit more with a process called winterization.
Winterization is just a fancy science term for cooling down a chemical substance in order to remove impurities. So, in the case of CBD isolate, winterization removes excess waxes, as well as the terpenes, trichomes, and flavonoids.
As simple as the extraction and refining processes sound, they’re really not. Certain extraction methods can be done at home, but winterization is a bit more complicated than just storing your cannabis concentrate in the freezer for a few days. If you’re interested in trying CBD isolate for yourself, we highly recommend purchasing it rather than attempting to make it yourself.