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There are three basic states of CBD oils, which cover virtually all CBD oils.

  • Raw
  • Decarboxylated
  • Filtered

Let’s look into each of these types of CBD oil in more detail.

Raw CBD oil

“Raw” means that CBD has not been filtered. It is only processed as far as extraction and then left in that state. Due to the lack of additional treatment, oils can contain various substances such as: plant particles, lipids (fats), chlorophylls and terpenes. Mostly, these oils range in colour from matte green to dark and have a thick consistency. Raw CBD oil is usually chosen by individuals who expect benefits from all parts of the cannabis plant, not just cannabidiol.

Decarboxylated CBD oil

This oil is for people who consume edible CBD as well as for those who have problems with anxiety, sleep, arthritis and headaches.

The decarboxylation procedure is a way to increase the quality and efficiency of CBD, making it work faster when it is ingested.

The colour and consistency of decarboxylated CBD oil is similar to that of raw oil.

Filtered CBD oil

Filtered CBD oil is the most popular and in highest demand. This product is suitable for people with a variety of needs, from mild anxiety to fairly serious ailments.

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