The Entourage Effect in Canadian Full Spectrum CBD Oil Explained

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There are three primary types of CBD out there. There is broad spectrum, isolate, and of course, full spectrum. All three are very different from one another, but it is the latter of the three that we will talk about today.

In this article, we will explain what full spectrum CBD oil is and what makes it so desired across Canada as well as America.

Full Spectrum Oil Explained

The hemp plant is the main source of CBD. The CBD derived from this plant is used to supply Canadians with many products. One of these products in Canada is full spectrum CBD oil.

Full spectrum CBD oil is one of the most popular products on the Canadian market. The reasoning for that is its unique structure. Full spectrum CBD is the only type of CBD that has THC. Both broad spectrum and CBD isolate contain no THC.

Full spectrum also includes many of the cannabinoids and terpenes that the hemp plant contains. While most of these are present in broad spectrum CBD, none exist in CBD isolate.

The unique structure of full spectrum CBD is what makes it so popular among Canadians. And this unique structure paves way for something called “The Entourage Effect”.

To know more about it, you will have to continue reading.

What is the Entourage Effect?

An entourage isn’t something that you would associate with CBD. An entourage refers to a group of people that surround or follow an important person.

But this logic can also be applied to CBD. Since there are many notable compounds and terpenes in CBD, they are all important in their own way. And this “Entourage Effect” exists only when all of these compounds are present. They all “surround” the other compounds at the same time, providing us with a wealth of benefits.

Research shows that the various compounds of the hemp plant are more potent and work best when they’re all present. Since full spectrum is the only type of CBD that has every single compound, it is the only way to achieve this effect.

But what does this effect actually do?

In CBD, this Entourage Effect creates a synergetic bond between each compound. This bond transcends into a synergetic benefit that the user can enjoy when taking full spectrum CBD.

Since we have a system, the endocannabinoid system, responsible for how we react to CBD, we enjoy certain benefits whenever we come into contact with CBD.

By taking full spectrum CBD and experiencing the Entourage Effect, we benefit more because of the synergetic bond between the compounds and terpenes.

And this is what the Entourage Effect does. In short, it makes the CBD oil we take a lot more effective compared to broad spectrum or isolate oil.

Why is CBD Better When Paired With THC?

This is the questions on every Canadian’s lips when we talk about the synergy between CBD and THC. And this synergy is completely changing the CBD industry thanks to the impact it has on us.

Simply said, full spectrum CBD oil is drastically better and superior to any other form of CBD oil. The overall impact that THC has on the therapeutic effects of THC cannot be overlooked. Even as little as 0.3% of THC can make that big of a difference.

Although it isn’t fully explained how the synergy works, all that we do know is that 0.3% of THC is more than enough to achieve the Entourage Effect.

What About Terpenes?

Terpenes are vital components of the hemp plant, and they also play an important role in this effect.

The terpenes in the hemp plant are responsible for the aroma of the plant. And much like in any other plant, terpenes give full spectrum CBD oil its distinct aroma.

But according to research, it seems that terpenes do a lot more than simply give the hemp plant a smell. It seems that terpenes also contribute to the benefits of CBD. It is highly likely that terpenes play an important role in many of the benefits that come from consuming CBD.

And full spectrum CBD contains the highest amount of such compounds.

What Are the Benefits of Taking Full Spectrum CBD Oil?

We’ve raved about the benefits of full spectrum CBD oil, but what are these benefits? How does the human body actually benefit from taking CBD? Well, we will also give you an explanation about that.

Pain Relief

Relief from pain is one of the biggest benefits that come from taking full spectrum CBD oil. This is mainly because of CBD’s ability to reduce inflammation. Depending on the type of product, you can directly target areas of inflammation and reduce pain.


It can be very hard to get a good night’s sleep in our day and age. Not only are our smartphones constantly keeping us awake at night, but they directly impact the day after.

Thus, about 40% of adult Canadians have some sort of sleep problem. And those that do suffer from some kind of sleep disorder should know that CBD helps!

Full spectrum CBD oil can help put an end to your sleeping problems. This is a huge reason why Canadians are so into CBD. The research shows that CBD affects our brain and encourages us to sleep. This is possible because full spectrum CBD can put us in a state of rest and relaxation upon consumption.


Taking full spectrum CBD oil can drastically reduce social anxiety and depression. Anxiety is a huge issue in Canada, with more than 5% of the total population falling a victim to it. Not only that, but about 3.2 million Canadians suffer from depression. CBD can also help lessen the effects of depression.

Finishing Thoughts

While full spectrum CBD does contain THC, the total amount is nowhere near to get you intoxicated. Simply said, full spectrum CBD oil remains the best way to fully experience the many benefits that come with CBD.

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