What is CBD Isolate?
Hemp & Heal’s 99% Pure Hemp cannabidiol (CBD) CO2 Extracted isolate is the most potent CBD product available on the market Grown right here in the USA. Extracted here in its pure crystalline form, CBD isolate is a fine white powder containing only the CBD chemical compound called cannabidiol.
CBD isolate is not a synthetic or lab-made cannabinoid. Instead, it is an all-natural product, extracted from the hemp plant and refined down to an incredible purity. Using the same CBD hemp oil available in all of our CBD products, We assure our handling process of CBD Isolate removes all of the oils plant material, waxes, chlorophyll, and more, leaving behind the valuable CBD, which can then be ingested as is or taken using one of the methods detailed below.
How is CBD Isolate Made?
Hemp & Heal’s CBD Isolate is extracted from non-GMO hemp using supercritical CO2, a process generally regarded as safe (GRAS) by the FDA. The extraction produces a botanical concentrate that includes the cannabinoids, fatty acids, and other plant material found naturally in hemp plants.
The CBD hemp oil is then purified using a proprietary process to filter plant material and remove excess waxes, producing a pure isolate powder with 99% CBD. Because it is completely THC-free, our CBD isolate is safe for use by all customers.
To further ensure the reliability of our CBD isolate, we hold to a strict 2 Lab 3rd part testing that all of products must go through. This lab testing process uses ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited testing labs to carefully examine our CBD hemp oil. These labs test our hemp oil for an accurate concentration of cannabinoids and the presence of mold, mildew, fungus, toxins, heavy metals, and residual solvents to protect the end user from any contamination.
How to Use CBD Isolate
With no measurable levels of THC or dense plant material, crystallized CBD Isolate is perfect for formulation. The CBD isolate powder has no taste or smell to it and can be integrated into a number of products. However, when creating your own CBD-infused oils, be sure to accurately calculate the potency of your individual servings. Because it is over 99% pure, each milligram of CBD isolate represents a milligram of active CBD.
Each 1 gram jar of CBD isolate contains about 1,000 mg of CBD, which can be broken down into specific servings of any size. CBD isolate gives you fantastic control over how you choose to add is to your Endocannabinoid System CBD.
1 – Take Sublingually
Like other Real Scientific hemp oil products with CBD Isolate can be taken orally and held under the tongue for expedited sublingual uptake. When placed under the tongue and held for 60-90 seconds, the CBD enters the bloodstream faster than if swallowed, avoiding first pass metabolism and the effects of the liver. Taking your servings of CBD isolate sublingually is the easiest, most straightforward method for use.
2 – Vaporize CBD Isolate
You can use our new CBD isolate to vaporize your CBD. With a vaporization point around 180-200 degrees celsius, there are several available options for turning your CBD isolate into inhalable vapor. When consumed off a special water bubbler or in a vape pen, CBD isolate can be vaporized or “dabbed”, allowing the user to inhale the pure CBD vapor produced. CBD isolate can be added to vape concentrates to boost their CBD levels. When vaporized, the CBD enters the bloodstream more easily and avoids passing through the digestive tract and liver, creating an efficient method for taking CBD.
3 -Suspend CBD Isolate in Honey
You can even use CBD Isolate to create a sweetly satisfying method for taking your daily CBD supplement. Using a double boiler or similar technique, RSHO™ CBD Isolate can be added to honey or agave nectar. As the honey is heated, the CBD isolate will dissolve, mixing into the honey. Once fully dissolved, your CBD-infused honey or agave can be used to sweeten coffees and teas, topped over fruit bowls, or drizzled on avocado toast for a healthy, CBD-infused start to your day.
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