Unleash the full spectrum of Nateral's plant-powered wellness.
The term 'full spectrum' is more than just industry jargon. It signifies a robust blend of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids that synergize for an effect greater than the sum of their parts. While some refer to this as the 'entourage effect,' we like to think of it as experiencing a full orchestra rather than just a solo performance. Naternal's full spectrum products include CBD, CBG, CBN and varying levels of THC. So, whether you aim to manage pain, improve sleep, alleviate anxiety, or even add a dash of fun to your day, our full spectrum products are your comprehensive solution for well-rounded wellness.
Full Spectrum FAQs
What does full spectrum mean?
When we say a product is "full spectrum," we're talking about a whole-plant approach to wellness. A full spectrum hemp product from Naternal includes a rich variety of plant components like cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, along with a trace amount of THC. It's this diverse blend that creates the "entourage effect," amplifying the benefits in a way that each component alone can't achieve. In simpler terms, it's like having a full orchestra play in harmony, rather than just a solo instrument.
What is the entourage effect?
The "entourage effect" is a term you'll often hear when talking about cannabis products. It's the idea that all the plant's natural parts—like cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids—work better together than they do on their own. Think of it like a team: each player is good, but when they all work together, they're unstoppable. This teamwork creates a stronger, more balanced effect that many people find more beneficial than using just one part of the plant.
Are full spectrum products better than broad spectrum products?
Great question! Both full spectrum and broad spectrum products offer unique benefits, so it really boils down to your individual needs. If you're looking to steer clear of THC, broad spectrum is your best bet. On the other hand, if you're open to a bit of THC for a more potent effect, full spectrum products are the way to go.
And just a heads-up: you might come across terms like "full spectrum CBD oil" or "broad spectrum CBD oil." Don't let the marketing lingo confuse you—both types contain CBD. The addition of "CBD oil" is often just a way to catch your eye.
How much THC is in a full spectrum product?
Hemp-derived full-spectrum products can contain up to 0.3% THC by weight. In everyday terms, that's about 3 milligrams of THC for every gram of product. So, if you're enjoying a 4-gram gummy, it could contain up to 12 milligrams of THC. Always make it a point to check the label and third-party lab results for the most accurate information.
Can full spectrum hemp extract products cause side effects?
Yes, mainly because they contain THC.
You might experience things like drowsiness, dry mouth, or even a bit of a "high" feeling. It's also possible to have changes in appetite. These side effects aren't for everyone, but they're more likely if you're new to cannabis or take a higher dose. Always start with a low dose and see how your body reacts, especially if you're using it for the first time or mixing it with other medications.
Can full spectrum products trigger a failed drug test?
Our hemp-derived full spectrum products contain THC that could appear on a drug test.
Are full spectrum cannabidiol oil products legal?
Absolutely, and here's why:
In the U.S., full spectrum products like ours are federally legal as long as they're made from hemp and contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC by weight. However, it's always a good idea to check your local laws, as some states or jurisdictions may have their own specific limitations on Delta-9 THC per dose.