No products found.

CBD Isolate

What is CBD Isolate?

CBD Isolate, befitting its' name, is the isolated form of cannabidiol extracted from hemp. CBD Isolate products therefore contain CBD, and only CBD. This well-known and well-loved cannabinoid is naturally derived from hemp, and can be part of a CBD isolate such as edibles or a tincture, or it can be sold on it's own as an Isolate powder. This isolate powder is often seen as 'pure CBD' as it usually contains over 99% pure cannabidiol. Pure Isolate CBD is an incredibly popular choice for CBD enthusiasts all over, so why not begin your CBD journey here, at Sun State Hemp with our CBD Isolate.

Creating Sun State Hemp's CBD Isolate

All of Sun State Hemp's products conform to the highest standards for quality, including our CBD isolate. We use only American-grown hemp to produce our CBD isolate, which is manufactured in GMP-certified facilities with the latest in cutting-edge techniques. From there, our CBD isolate products are lab-tested to ensure their purity and overall quality, before being carefully packaged and shipped to retail and wholesale distributors. Our CBD isolate is one of a kind product

Sun State Hemp - the Isolate for you!

If you're looking to use CBD Isolate, you're in luck! Here at Sun State Hemp we have an incredible variety of CBD Isolate products for you to choose from. Whether you're after deliciously sweet gummies, soothing topicals, relaxing bath-time delights and more, our collection of CBD isolate products is sure to have something you'll positively love. Each product has it's lab-tested report available on it's product page directly on our website so you can feel confident that you're getting the CBD isolate you purchased. It's a pleasure to welcome you to the world of Sun State Hemp!

What do you use CBD Isolate for?

CBD Isolate has been preferred by many enthusiasts of CBD products for numerous reasons. Isolate CBD is usually over 99% pure CBD, and for individuals after the benefits of CBD by itself, Isolate can be just the thing. If you're looking for a CBD experience that's free from other cannabinoids such as THC for personal reasons, Isolate offers something that other hemp extracts can't match. While people use CBD Isolate for the benefits of CBD by itself, it's popular for individuals who also want to enjoy the Isolate powder should they choose to make their own CBD products.

What is the difference between CBD Oil and CBD Isolate?

CBD Oil is a kind of CBD product where the CBD extract from hemp exists in an oil form. You can add CBD Oil to gummies and other edibles by infusing the oil during the production stage, or enjoy CBD Oil by itself in a form such as a tincture. CBD Isolate refers more specifically to the type of extract of CBD you have - in this case, an extract where the only cannabinoid present is CBD. Although CBD Isolate can be sold in it's processed form of a white, flavorless powder, it's usually added to other products to give it that CBD kick. So - CBD Oil is just a form of CBD, albeit a very versatile one (NO THC). CBD Isolate is an extract that contains only CBD, as well as an isolate powder product too. As the purest form of Cannabidiol CBD isolate contains zero THC.

Is CBD Isolate better than Full Spectrum CBD?

There's a lot of debate in the CBD world over the benefits of CBD Isolate vs Full Spectrum CBD. The best answer - though not always the one that satisfies heated debates - is that they're useful in their own way, and aren't intrinsically superior to the other. Full Spectrum CBD products contain a huge variety of potentially beneficial cannabinoids, but may also contain trace amounts of THC. This can be harmful especially for those who work in highly-regulated professions. CBD Isolate products on the other hand often test at over 99% purity, which reduces the likelihood of you testing positive for THC on a drug test. However, individuals may feel like they're missing out on a 'comprehensive' CBD or hemp experience. This is why people prefer CBD Isolate compared to the Full Spectrum Version. Our isolate contains NO THC.
There's still plenty of research to be done on CBD and hemp, so for now, the debates continue. This is why CBD products need to be evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and why it's important to clarify these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.