All About CBD Isolate

All About CBD Isolate

Most of us are familiar with what a tincture is, how to chew a gummy, how to swallow a capsule, but not many of us are familiar with CBD isolate. What exactly is it? Why should you use it? And lastly, how should you use it? These questions will be explored in this blog post! 

What Is CBD Isolate? 

Hemp-derived CBD isolate is cannabidiol in its purest crystalline form. It appears as a fine white powder that contains only the CBD chemical compound, offering the most raw and authentic CBD experience possible. 

Why Should You Use It? 

You would use CBD isolate if you want the purest form of CBD possible. According to, all the excess plant matter (oils, waxes, and chlorophyll) are removed, leaving only the purest form of CBD. If you are concerned about consuming trace amounts of THC, then isolate is the safest product for you because no other compounds or plant matter remains (by law, legal CBD has to contain >0.3% THC).  

How Should You Consume It? 

CBD isolate is tasteless and odorless, so there are many ways to consume it. 

Some people choose to place a small amount directly under the tongue. Holding it under your tongue for about 60 seconds will ensure it is delivered to the bloodstream via the mucous membranes. adds that CBD isolate can be used to make your own DIY CBD products. Because isolate is easily measurable, you can use it to create your own tinctures. You could also add it to your favorite lotions and creams. 

A more delicious way to consume isolate is by using it in your cooking and baking! Keep in mind though that CBD begins to break down at 329 degrees fahrenheit, so it’s best to cook with it over low to medium heat. 

Are you curious about how you can now incorporate isolates into your daily CBD routine? Remedi Shop’s CBD isolates are extracted in a highly controlled environment and will help you achieve the best bioavailability, so you are sure to find the product right for you! 

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