Know about CBD crystals

CBD crystals contain zero THC. While most people assume that CBD does not contain THC, there are trace amounts found in CBD oil because it is manufactured using the entire hemp plant. This is known as full-spectrum CBD and can be sold legally as long as it contains less than 0.2% THC. Although this tiny amount is not enough for people to feel any psychoactive effects, it can appear in a person’s body. CBD crystals offer all the benefits of CBD with no trace of THC. This isolated version of CBD is excellent for anyone who is sensitive to THC or cannot get THC to show up in a drug test.

As more people become curious about Cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive compound derived from hemp, CBD crystals are becoming increasingly popular, especially for those who are concerned about drug testing. CBD crystals are for those looking for one of the most potent forms of CBD with 0% THC guaranteed. You may wonder what exactly a CBD crystal is. No, it’s not a beautiful stone to put in a ring or necklace, it’s actually pure CBD. In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about CBD crystals, and how to dose and take them.

What are CBD crystals?

CBD crystals are a very pure and concentrated form of Cannabidiol, one of the most abundant cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. CBD crystals are a pure crystalline powder containing up to 99% pure CBD. While most people assume that CBD products do not contain THC, traces of THC can be found in the full spectrum CBD oil that is made using the entire hemp plant. The difference between our oils and the CBD crystals is that all the plant matter contained in the hemp plant, such as oils, waxes and chlorophyll are removed. The removal of all other plant components will leave you with a fine white powder that is 99% pure CBD.

How are CBD crystals made?

CBD crystals are produced by a more detailed extraction process. In order for the CBD to come out of the hemp, the first step is its extraction. The extraction of CBD isolates starts like our other extraction processes used to manufacture all other CBD products.

Once the initial extraction is done, the concentrated CBD is still filled with the other plant material. The way we obtain the pure form of the CBD isolates is with an additional purification process after the initial extraction process is performed. This process filters all the plant material from the CBD extract. After extracting and filtering the CBD, our extracted oil goes through what is known as “winterization”. The winterization process will further remove any traces of waxes and other plant material that were still present after filtration. After all that filtration, you are left with a fine white powder that is 99% pure CBD.

Military service members, police officers, emergency response teams, and anyone else who cannot fail a drug test under any circumstances but still wants to take the CBD can use the CBD crystals daily without fear of having THC in their system.

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