Full-Spectrum Distillate: Everything You Need To Know 

Full-Spectrum Distillate

Full-Spectrum Distillate: Everything You Need To Know 

There are two main ways of harnessing the multiple benefits hemp offers: smoking the hemp flowers or consuming its extracts. The former is a straightforward method that involves making a joint, combusting it, and inhaling the smoke. Extracts are more diverse; in fact, they are referred to as the foundation of hemp consumption. This is because you can utilize them in different ways to suit the personal preferences of various consumers. Distillates are highly sought extracts that can be consumed in multiple ways, such as in vapes, sublingually, added to foods and drinks, or topicals. Distillates are available in 3 forms: full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolates. Each of these has numerous benefits, but this piece focuses on full-spectrum distillates. 

Full-spectrum distillates contain the maximum number of phytochemicals found in cannabis plants (hemp/marijuana). These include cannabinoids (including THC), terpenes, and flavonoids. This golden, thick liquid is exceptionally potent compared to hemp flowers, as it contains up to 70% CBD. Compared to other forms of CBD (broad-spectrum and isolates), full-spectrum is more complete, robust, natural, and less processed. Below is a table highlighting the main differences among the three types of distillates. 

How is a full-spectrum distillate made?

Once harvested, the plant material is taken to the manufacturing facility, where it is subjected to either of two extraction techniques = solvent-based or mechanical extraction. At Weedutch, we utilize the CO2 supercritical extraction method to ensure a pure, potent, and safe end product. The final product after the extraction is a dark liquid known as CBD crude oil, containing up to 50% CBD. This extract contains all the compounds found in hemp plants, including cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and essential oils.

CBD crude oil then undergoes a process known as winterization to remove the fats, lipids, and waxes – leaving behind a much clearer thick liquid. From here, the liquid undergoes decarboxylation to activate the cannabinoids, then through distillation. The final product is a golden liquid with 70% to 80% CBD potency. 

What are the benefits of full-spectrum distillates?

Cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids have potent therapeutic properties that provide a myriad of benefits to the consumer. These compounds interact with the human body in various ways to make this happen. Cannabinoids, in particular, interact with the human endocannabinoid system by binding or influencing the function of the CB1 and CB2 receptors. The ECS is a system responsible for regulating normal body functions. It helps maintain the digestive, productive, immune, and respiratory systems. By interacting with the ECS, cannabinoids help with homeostasis. 

When combined, hemp’s phytochemicals provide a synergy of effects referred to as the entourage effect. The cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids work in unison to heighten the benefits, leading to better results compared to taking broad-spectrum CBD and isolates. This explains why full-spectrum products are in high demand: consumers prefer harnessing the full benefits of the hemp plant.

Speaking of benefits, a full-spectrum distillate has potent analgesic properties, which makes it an ideal choice for people battling different forms of mild to chronic pain. The distillate can help with pain resulting from headaches, back pain, fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, cancer, and muscle spasms. When blended with topicals, full-spectrum distillates can help provide instant relief from pain and inflammation. This is especially helpful for athletes and individuals involved in strenuous activities. The combination of multiple phytochemicals additionally makes full-spectrum distillate ideal in providing neuroprotective properties, appetite stimulation, improved mental health, better ocular health, improved moods, and sleep promotion. 

Pros and cons of full-spectrum distillates

CBD products are generally safe to consume, especially when purchased from a reliable source. The safety profile is top-notch and is considered safe for anyone. Despite this, some products are more suited for specific consumers. Depending on the consumer’s preference, one may choose full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or CBD isolates. Below are some pros and cons associated with full-spectrum distillates


  • As highlighted above, full-spectrum distillates offer a host of therapeutic benefits. The product has powerful analgesic, anti-seizure, anti-oxidant, anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties. All the compounds found in hemp plants work in unison to provide heightened benefits that you wouldn’t get from other products.
  • This is a highly potent product, meaning you would only need a small amount/dose to achieve desired effects. 
  • Full-spectrum products are highly regulated due to the presence of THC (the psychoactive compound) in the product. The liquid is vigorously tested to ensure that the amount of THC does not exceed the legal limit of 0.3% or 0.2%, depending on the country. This means that consumers are assured of potency, quality, and safety with the final product that makes it to the market. Only a few companies sell genuine full-spectrum distillates, so always make sure you read the 3rd party lab report before purchasing. 


  • It is difficult to come by genuine full-spectrum distillates. 
  • Due to the presence of THC, consumers may experience psychoactive effects when the distillate is taken in high doses. Additionally, tests that look for THC metabolites may test positive with prolonged consumption. 

Where to buy genuine full-spectrum CBD distillate in bulk/wholesale.

Weedutch provides bulk/wholesale full-spectrum distillates to suit the needs of CBD manufacturers across various countries. We provide pure, potent, and compliant products with less than 0.3THC. Weedutch works hand in hand with brands to ensure the final product represents the business in its entirety. We also customize orders to ensure you get exactly what you need. Our products are famous for their superior qualities and their ability to meet the needs of your target clients. Click on our website for more information on how we can help you take your business to the next level. 

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