While CBD has been gaining in popularity since the 2018 Farm Bill legalized Hemp in the United States, it is important to note that FDA has not approved cannabidiol as a valid treatment option for almost any reason.
The only exception being Epidiolex.
Some time has passed since the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp and with it CBD products, and the market has exploded. Along with this growth came an influx of investors and CBD brands. As quickly as they have popped up, they have fallen. An estimated 1,000 CBD brands went out of business in 2020.
There are obvious exceptions to this trend. cbdMD is one of them.
Full spectrum CBD seems to get all the credit. It is by far the most popular spectrum of CBD products sold online. It does not work for everyone however, as it does contain up to 0.3% of THC. For some, that is a turn off.
Good thing there are other options.
Broad spectrum CBD and CBD isolate both offer the potential benefits of CBD, without THC.
Anyone familiar with CBD knows the potential benefits this hemp extracted compound can bring. People from all walks of life are using it to help with anxiety, sleep, pain and inflammation just to name a few of those benefits.
There are companies out there that take CBD to the next level.
As more people learn about CBD, the popularity of broad spectrum CBD is on the rise. For good reasons too. Many people are looking for the potential benefits of the entourage effect, without the THC. After all, not everyone tolerates THC well.
Along with the increase in consumer interest, there’s an increase in broad spectrum CBD products available. According to Brightfield, there’s an expectation of a 15% increase in sales in 2021 alone.