Full Spectrum CBD and Isolate CBD both have pros and cons.
Full Spectrum CBD contains all of the cannabinoid compounds naturally found in cannabis plants. So apart from the CBD, Full-Spectrum also has other cannabinoid such as CBN, CBC, CBG, and only a small amount of THC at less than 0.2%, plus terpenes, flavonoids, and more.
Isolate CBD only contains CBD, which is achieved by either isolating CBD from cannabis extract, hence the name, or artificially manufacturing it in a laboratory.
According to the most recent studies, it seems that THC and CBD may work better when used together rather than separately. This is an example of what is referred to as the Entourage Effect, where the effects aren’t caused by the individual compounds, but rather how these compounds interact together.
Full-Spectrum products are also less processed, which helps preserve some of the organic compounds of Cannabis plants such as terpenes. Terpenes affect both the taste and smell of the product and also have medical benefits as well.
Research has shown that Full Spectrum CBD consistently provides a far more effective treatment for the symptoms of pain and inflammation than compared to Isolate CBD.