CBDLuxe isolate is the most refined form of cannabidiol and the purest form of CBD available. It undergoes a strict extraction and refinement process that eliminates all phytocannabinoids, other cannabinoids, plant waxes, fats, chlorophyll, and other impurities to leave behind a crystalline powder of more than 99% pure CBD. This is the most versatile of all forms of CBD as it can be mixed into food and drinks, ingested through capsules, or used topically on the skin. The tasteless and odorless crystalline powder is easily dissolved into carrier oils to make custom CBD-infused products or can be added to recipes for a variety of hemp-based edibles. It is also easy to dissolve in hot liquids or inhale via vaping devices.
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It can be mixed with food to add a rich source of cannabinoids to smoothies, desserts, or cookies. It is also possible to mix it with beverages like coffee or tea, or even to use it as a natural sweetener. It can also be dissolved in heated honey or agave to create a topical ointment that can be applied to the skin. The odorless and tasteless properties of CBD isolate also make it well-suited for adding to tinctures or oils for sublingual use.
The most obvious advantage of CBD isolate is that it contains no THC, which makes it ideal for those who must take a medication that interacts with THC or may be sensitive to it. It is also great for those who are subjected to regular drug tests as it won’t show up on a standard screening. When buying a CBD isolate product, look for a third-party Certificate of Analysis (COA) with the results posted online.