What About Full/Broad Spectrum Products Displaying an ‘Isolate-Looking’ Report?
There are some cases where a product will claim to be full or broad spectrum yet show a cannabinoid report that appears to be an isolate.This can be due to testing the lower concentration end product vs the extract itself.
If you run into lab reports that look like this, there are two important things to check to confirm that the product is actually full/broad spectrum:
- The terpene profile will show a wide range of terpene content. Isolates will not have any terpenes (unless manually added back in).
- The ingredients list for full and broad spectrum will show a phytocannabinoid-rich or oil-based extract. Isolates will show a crystalline extract. If there is no ingredients list, buyer beware.