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CBD Isolate Vs. Full Spectrum CBD

CBD Isolate Vs. Full Spectrum CBD

Cannabidiol (CBD) is only one of the over 80 known cannabinoids found in cannabis. Different cannabis species from various origins have been used in phytomedicine for thousands of years, particularly as anti-pain agents (analgesics) and for treating neuropathy.1  

However, contemporary therapeutic uses of cannabis and CBD oil cover a much more diverse range, including:

  • Anti-inflammatory benefits and free radical scavenging
  • Neuroprotective properties
  • Treating seizures
  • Reducing anxiety and stress
  • Enhancing immune function
  • Promoting better sleep

While the whole spectrum of phytocannabinoids in cannabis has a unique set of applications and benefits, the major hindrance is the psychoactive effects of 9 -Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).  

While THC is the primary psychedelic component of marijuana, CBD and other non-psychoactive cannabinoids don’t bring about sensations of euphoria, nor are they intoxicating. 

But how, you ask?

Cannabinoids from marijuana work by binding to receptors of the endogenous cannabinoid system (known as the “ECS” for short). Two types of ECS receptors have been characterized throughout the body: CB1 and CB2.  

The euphoria and intoxicating properties of THC are triggered by activating CB1 receptors.

CBD, on the other hand, has a very low binding affinity for CB1 receptors (100-fold lower than THC), and even when it binds, the effects are essentially nonexistent. 2 

Instead, CBD binds primarily to CB2 receptors and promotes a myriad of medicinal effects throughout the body.

This is ultimately why CBD isolate products have been booming in recent years. Before you presume that isolated CBD is best (for you) because it doesn’t contain any psychoactive cannabinoids, it’s imperative to understand the difference between pure CBD and full-spectrum CBD supplements.

What is CBD Isolate?

Cannabidiol (CBD) has been a major focus of clinical studies and scientific research in recent years, with no shortage of evidence backing its efficacy for healing the body in many different fashions.3

CBD isolate products are typically categorized as hemp products that contain 99% (or more) CBD and virtually no other phytochemicals. The most efficient way to isolate CBD is by CO2 extraction of hemp.4 The isolated CBD may then be put in capsules, gummies, or a carrier oil such as MCT oil.

Is CBD Isolate Safe?

Since it works through different mechanisms than THC, CBD has an entirely different safety profile. A recent meta-analysis that comprised 25 studies concluded that CBD is virtually non-toxic and free from adverse effects, even in exorbitant amounts.5

Will CBD Isolate Make You Fail a Drug Test?

In short: No, CBD isolate will not make you fail a drug test for marijuana (which assays your excretion of THC metabolites). This is one of the advantages to using a pure CBD supplement instead of a full-spectrum CBD product (which we will discuss more in the next section).

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has removed CBD from hemp oil (which is essentially the same thing as taking a CBD isolate supplement) from the list of prohibited substances. This means athletes, bodybuilders, and even people in the workplace no longer have to worry about using CBD isolate even if they are drug-tested for marijuana use.

On that note, let’s take a look at what full-spectrum CBD is and how it differs from pure CBD.

What is Full-Spectrum CBD?

Full-spectrum CBD, also sometimes called whole plant CBD or hemp oil, refers to products that contain CBD plus other cannabis-derived phytochemicals. The term “full spectrum” means the hemp is minimally refined and many of the phytocannabinoids and terpenoids remain in the final product.

While the actual composition of a full-spectrum CBD supplement will vary based on the cannabis species and origin used (and processing methods), the most notable phytocannabinoids are: 

  • Cannabidiol (CBD)
  • Δ9 -Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9 -THC)
  • Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Cannabigerol (CBG)
  • Cannabinol (CBN)
  • Cannabidivarin (CBDV)
  • Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)


Now, the good news is that hemp is naturally very low in THC (up to 0.3% concentration). As such, even though full-spectrum CBD contains THC, it’s only in trace amounts that will have negligible psychoactive effects.

In addition to phytocannabinoids, a cannabis plant contains upwards of 200 different terpenoids - which are actually the largest group of plant chemicals (over 20,000 have been characterized).6,7 In fact, the terpenoids in cannabis are what gives marijuana its unmistakable aroma. (To give you an idea of just how pungent terpenoids are, they typically make up less than 1% of the total constituents in cannabis.)

As such, you will be getting phytocannabinoids plus other cannabis-related compounds (like terpenoids) when you use a full-spectrum CBD product, like Axis Labs CBD Liquid Capsules.

Which is Better? Pure CBD vs. Full-Spectrum CBD

There is no straightforward answer to this question as both pure CBD and full-spectrum CBD have their own unique applications and benefits. As alluded to earlier, pure CBD tends to be the more practical and safer option if you are regularly drug tested for marijuana.  

Even though full-spectrum CBD is very low in THC, if you use it regularly in large doses it could eventually raise a red flag on a drug test.

The advantages of full-spectrum CBD is that you get the synergistic ensemble of cannabis phytochemicals. Recent studies suggest that there may actually be more therapeutic benefits by consuming the many phytocannabinoids and terpenoids in cannabis together as opposed to taking isolated CBD.8

For example, one study compared the effects of five different cannabis extracts with equal CBD concentrations and varying profiles of non-CBD cannabinoids on seizures in mice.9 While all of the cannabis extracts significantly outperformed controls, the benefits between the extracts varied significantly, suggesting that the “minor” phytocannabinoids are more relevant than previously thought. Researchers have called this the “entourage effect”.

Nevertheless, the evidence supporting the many benefits of pure CBD are nothing short of overwhelming.

Whether you choose to use a pure CBD product or a full-spectrum CBD product, you can expect signiciant health benefits with very low risk of adverse effects. Ultimately, you should choose whichever one suits your lifestyle best.

In the coming years, you can expect research to continue investigating the unrivaled versatility cannabis extracts and CBD have to offer for our well-being and longevity.


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What Is Hemp?

What Is Hemp?

Here at Axis Labs, we’re always looking for new ways to improve our line of products and offer our customers the best-quality materials and goods. That’s why we’ve started offering a line of Hemp-based products that may be used to enhance your health and wellness. We extract a full spectrum of beneficial components from non-GMO, industrial grown hemp in Kentucky for a product like no other. But what exactly is hemp? Decades of misconception have clouded many people’s perceptions of this plant and the many uses and benefits it has. In order to better educate our clients, and build trust in our products, we’ll explore this ancient and practical plant.

Understanding Hemp

Hemp is a part of the cannabis species and is a form of the sativa plant. The cannabis family includes other plants like marijuana, leading many to assume that hemp is the same as marijuana. However, despite being within the same family, the two plants are very distinct from each other. Marijuana is known for its psychoactive properties that leave you feeling “high.” This is because of the high amount of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC that’s in marijuana.

Conversely, hemp has little to no THC present in its makeup. Therefore hemp is considered a non-psychoactive plant. It has been known that a low of the hemp's components counteract the effects of THC, almost ensuring that you cannot get “high” from the consumption of hemp products. Hemp is useful for many more purposes than its cousin marijuana. Hemp itself is prized for the durability of the fibers and seeds that it yields, making it an ideal industrial crop.  

Growing And Harvesting Hemp

Hemp has been a part of the agricultural history of humans for millennia. Carl Sagan suggests in his 1977 book, Dragons of Eden, that early humans harvested hemp and that it “led generally to the invention of agriculture, and thereby civilization.” This is likely because hemp itself is a surprisingly robust plant, requiring little in the way of specialized growing practices or even growing conditions to produce vast quantities of the crop. Simply put, hemp can grow in places that other plants cannot. Hemp requires little in the way of space, quality soil, or water to thrive. It’s not uncommon then to find hemp growing around the world. The plant is typically grown by the acre, and the plants grow very close together in tight clusters. The simplicity of the plant makes it a valued cash crop for many farmers.

The appearance of hemp is rather unique. The plant is made up of long, skinny leaves that are grouped at the top of the plant, not unlike the top of a tree. There are few, if any, smaller leaves or branches that grow beneath the top of the plant. Hemp can grow to be very tall, and in some cases, hemp plants have been found to be as tall as 20 feet.

Historic Uses Of Hemp

As a widespread, and ancient plant, hemp has a myriad of uses and applications, and that list continues to grow to this day. Historically, however, there are some notable uses for the plant. Hemp can be easily made into a fiber fabric, and some of the earliest known fabrics are made from hemp and are nearly 10,000 years old. Shockingly, these fabrics have retained their integrity and strength after thousands of years. Early people across the world recognized the value of hemp. In Russia, people made hemp ropes, while in China and the Middle East, groups used it to make paper products. In Europe, it was a cash crop for farmers in England and Germany. In one famous example, King Henry the VIII, known for his many wives, also encouraged the nation to grow hemp to create ropes and other materials. It was the widespread cultivation of hemp that allowed England become a naval superpower in the 17th through 20th centuries.

Hemp Today

In the recent past, hemp has played a variety of roles, and been the subject of much interest and scrutiny. The plant was unfairly categorized as the same as marijuana, and was restricted in 1906 and then criminalized in 1937 by the United States government. These were steps to combat the known psychoactive effects of marijuana, but the usefulness of hemp could not be ignored. Throughout the Second World War, farmers were encouraged to grow hemp to create cargo nets, parachute cordage, and many other war-winning products.

The 1970s and the Controlled Substance Act once again focused on cannabis plants, making it impractical for farmers to try and grow hemp. It was not until the 21st century that hemp began to have the renaissance that we are experiencing today. The passage of the 2014 Farm Bill allowed universities and state departments of agriculture to grow hemp for research. This allowed for the legalization of hemp to be grown by farmers across the country. This has lead to a proliferation of hemp-based products and research on the market.

Hemp And Axis Labs

One of the most valuable hemp products is the naturally occurring chemicals within the plant. This large spectrum of properties found in hemp are known to help the lives of many. Manufacturers and companies, including Axis Labs, have realized the health-enhancing benefits that hemp may have for individuals, and have started using hemp-based products as a way to try and help people. Components of hemp are now used in tinctures, oils, creams, capsules, salves, and many other products. Regular users of hemp-based products report feeling calmer, more focused after taking a hemp product like a tincture, and others have championed its pain relieving properties.

That’s why Axis Labs has carefully crafted a line of high-quality Hemp products that you can use to enhance your healthy lifestyle. We offer products like our Hemp+Relief Cream, which can be used as a topical to target aches. We also offer our Hemp 500 Oil with peppermint flavoring, our Hemp Liquid Capsules, allowing you to integrate hemp into your existing health regimen. Order your Hemp products from Axis Labs today and see why hemp has been a part of the human experience for centuries.

Why CBD Affects Everyone Differently

Why CBD Affects Everyone Differently

You’re committed to healthy living. It’s why you wake up early to go for a run and get a balanced breakfast in before work. So naturally, you’re interested in including CBD in that healthy lifestyle. After meeting with a doctor, you try a few CBD capsules and you start to notice the benefits they can offer. You offer some to a friend, but they don’t feel anything. But why? Just like everyone experiences tastes and smells differently, our bodies react to CBD differently from person-to-person. Today, Axis Labs will explore why CBD affects everyone differently.

Lifestyle Plays a Role

Depending on your lifestyle, you may react to the use of CBD differently than others. The two biggest lifestyle factors that shape your response are levels of stress and diet. Your stress levels impact your body’s ability to absorb CBD. For those who are chronically stressed or often feel anxious, you’re likely to have a more pronounced reaction to CBD. That’s because CBD is absorbed through our body’s CB2 receptors, the same ones that help us feel relaxed and focused. When taking CBD, you feel more relaxed because it helps to increase the production of serotonin, the chemical that helps create those feelings. However, if you can be described as “chill,” and generally live a stress-free life, taking CBD won’t make you any more relaxed. Like stress, your diet influences your response to CBD. Omega 3 and Omega 6 are the essential fatty acids that your body needs to function properly. These fatty acids affect your body’s endocannabinoid system to take up the CBD compound. Some people have a diet that is low in essential fatty acids. When these individuals take CBD, they react more strongly than those who have a higher concentration of these essential acids in their system.

Your Health Concerns May Impact it Too

If you have an existing condition or health issue, you may react to CBD differently. Many people turn to CBD to address these concerns, but it doesn’t help them in the way they want it too. When you don’t react to CBD in the way you’re expecting, it may be the sign of another issue. In cases like this, it’s best to consult with your doctor.

User Error May Be to Blame

We as humans are not infallible, and sometimes that translates to our use of products like CBD oil. Sometimes, users may take the wrong amount of CBD or an inadequate dosage. This is common, because there is no “one-size-fits-all” dose for CBD. You may have to experiment with how much CBD you take at a time, slowly taking larger doses until you find the right amount that achieves the effects you’re looking for. Of course, it could be timing as well. CBD takes effect more quickly in some than in others, so you may have to use the product for several weeks until you feel any of the effects. Finally, you may have simply purchased a lower quality product that makes use of an impure CBD extract.

Your Biological Sex is an Important Part

Your biological sex also factors into your response to CBD oils and tinctures. CBD is naturally processed in males and females. It’s been found that females are generally more receptive to CBD than males are. This means that females get more enjoyment out of the benefits of CBD than males. However, that doesn’t mean that males can’t use CBD to great effect. It may mean that they need to take more of the product, or in a higher concentration, to experience the same effects. Ultimately, this is a result of the hormonal makeup of males and females. Females have a higher amount of estrogen in their body, which interacts with CBD more readily than testosterone.

Ultimately, Your Genetics are the Biggest Factor

Of course, the simplest answer to this complex question is that your reaction to CBD may simply be beyond your control. After generations of people came together to create you, they influenced your response to CBD. Your ancestry dictates the extent of your endocannabinoid system. This is the part of the body that naturally utilizes CBD and pushes it to the neurotransmitters throughout your body. The size of that endocannabinoid system changes between people, leading to differing reactions. For those who experience the effects of CBD more strongly, it’s likely because they have more endocannabinoid receptors. Looking to integrate CBD into your existing health routines? It’s easy thanks to the CBD products from Axis Labs. From drops to capsules to pain relief creams, we’ve got a CBD oil infused product for you. Browse our catalog now! 

CBD And Hemp Myths

CBD And Hemp Myths

With recent changes in legislation, hemp and CBD have become the focus of much attention across the United States. But like anything that quickly becomes popular, hemp extracts like CBD have become the subject of many myths and much misinformation. Here at Axis Labs, we only offer our customers the finest in CBD oils, capsules, and creams. Part of that offer also means helping our customers learn more about the products they’re using and how they might help them. So let’s address some of the more common myths that surround CBD and hemp right now.

MYTH: CBD Can Lead To Hallucinations

Perhaps this myth is more wishful thinking on the part of some, but in reality, CBD does not cause you to "see things." That’s because CBD is not the same as the psychoactive compound THC that’s found in marijuana. However, taking CBD has been shown to stimulate some individual’s levels of dopamine and serotonin which helps to promote a "feel good" sense. While you might not see things while taking CBD, you might have a better outlook on life.

MYTH: The More CBD You Take, The More Effects You Feel

While we’d love to be able to tell you that if you take this much CBD, you’ll experience these effects, that just isn’t true. The reality is that everyone reacts to CBD differently, and that taking more CBD doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll experience more benefits or even any benefits any faster. There is a certain "sweet spot" for CBD doses that are individual to each of us. You can find out more in our blog about finding the right CBD dosage for you.

MYTH: CBD Is Only For Pain

CBD has received much acclaim for its use in helping to manage pain alongside other prescribed treatment methods. However, CBD has been shown to do more than just address chronic pain. Individuals have found promising results in using CBD to help address conditions like anxiety and depression, inflammation, some sleep disorders, multiple sclerosis and even some skin conditions like acne.

MYTH: CBD Is An Under-Studied Resource

Perhaps because it comes from hemp and is closely associated with "alternative," or even "granola" lifestyles, many assume that the benefits of CBD are being blown up without any supporting research. However, the opposite is quite true. There is an immense amount of research being poured into the effectiveness of CBD and uses for the compound. For instance, the Mayo Clinic conducted a study on the use of CBD to help treat epilepsy in children, and was a first in the field to look at the relationship between the compound and the condition. Of course, with industrial hemp becoming legal to grow and use in all 50 states, there will undoubtedly be more time and energy spent researching the many uses of this compound.

MYTH: You Need A Prescription To Get CBD

The focus on medical marijuana in recent years has created a false assumption that any cannabis-derived product needs a doctor’s prescription to use. Fortunately, this myth doesn’t hold any truth. Industrial hemp-derived CBD is legal to use in every state without the need for a prescription. However, we always suggest that you meet with a doctor to discuss the use of CBD before you include it in your healthy lifestyle.

MYTH: Hemp Oil And CBD Oil Are The Same

While both of these oils may be derived from the same plant, they are quite distinct. Hemp oil is usually made from the seeds of the hemp plant and is more akin to olive oil than anything else. It’s a great source of fatty acids, making it a common addition to the diets of those who follow vegetarian or vegan diets. CBD oil, however, is extracted using special techniques that target this compound specifically.

MYTH: All CBD Products Are The Same

This is akin to saying that all cars are the same just because they have four wheels. While all CBD products may make use of the same compound, they are all extracted in different ways, and quality controlled to different degrees. The result is that some products are superior to others. For instance, to ensure that we’re offering nothing but the highest quality and most potent CBD products on the market, Axis Labs sends our CBD to a third-party lab for testing (check our results here). It’s how we separate our products from our competitors and to help you get the results that you’re seeking. Whether you’re looking to include CBD as part of your morning routine with a simple hemp extract capsule, or to target pain with a pain relief cream, the CBD products from Axis Labs can help you do just that. Browse our catalog today to find the right CBD oils and more for you!

Understanding Your Insomnia

Understanding Your Insomnia

Understanding Your Insomnia

It seems that it’s harder than ever to get a decent night’s sleep. With the availability of 24-hour shopping, the omnipresence of cell phones, and endless TV channels to peruse, there are a million reasons to stay awake all night. While many people deliberately choose to keep themselves from sleep with these distractions, the reality is that many people simply cannot fall asleep on their own, even if they are free from distraction. This is because these people are suffering from insomnia, a condition that makes it difficult for people to fall or stay asleep. While many chemicals and medications are offered as a way to manage insomnia, Axis Labs has found a natural way to treat your insomnia through the power of Hemp.

What Is Insomnia?

Insomnia is the most common sleeping disorder in the United States, with an estimated 40 million Americans experiencing insomnia annually Generally speaking, insomnia is when someone struggles to fall asleep or stay asleep. Those suffering from insomnia generally feel like the quality and quantity of their sleep is unsatisfactory, and as a result often feel fatigue, low energy levels, struggle to concentrate, and feel moody. Insomnia can impact an individual’s performance at work or school and keep them from engaging with their work or studies fully.

There is acute insomnia, which occurs over a brief period and is generally connected to life events that leave people feeling stressed or anxious. This might include major decisions, exams, getting bad news. Acute insomnia is often treated by simply managing your emotional response. There is also chronic insomnia, which is when sleep is interrupted at least three nights per week and lasts a period of three months. Chronic insomnia has many more factors that contribute to this extended period of interrupted sleep. Treatment for chronic insomnia is far more involved than treating cases of acute insomnia. Generally, medications, therapy, or a combination of treatments are used.

What Causes Insomnia?

Insomnia can be the result of a wide variety of factors. For some, feelings of stress and anxiety or depression can keep individuals from falling asleep. In other cases, changes in work schedules or in environment (like moving into a new home) can keep people up. Some medical conditions and treatments may prevent restful sleep. Of course, there are also poor sleep habits to blame, especially with more and more people using electronic devices like smartphones and tablets before bed.

How Can Full Spectrum Hemp Help?

With all of this in mind, more and more people are looking for natural remedies for their sleeplessness. This has led to a proliferation of studies into the effects of Hemp on sleep. Full spectrum hemp are sourced from hemp plants and are being used to treat a growing number of conditions and illnesses, including insomnia. But what does it really do?

Studies over the last several decades have shown that Hemp has natural pain-reducing and anti-inflammatory effects on the body. This is because CBD interacts directly with the body’s pain receptors in the brain. Because it interacts with the body directly, CBD can impact many of the body’s functions. This is in part because the body already produces their own cannabinoids as part of the endocannabinoid system. This system helps the body to manage its psychological processes, like mood, pain, appetite, and thought.

CBD And Sleep

Recently, there has been particular interest in the scientific community as to the effects of CBD on sleep. Several studies have tested the application of CBD in small amounts and measured the impact on quality and quantity of sleep as a result. One study found that CBD has the ability to improve the amount of sleep that an individual may get, as the total percentage of sleep significantly increased with the use of a CBD product. Another study found that CBD had a measurable impact on those who reported suffering from insomnia. Subjects in the study reported that they slept significantly more than they had before taking a CBD product. While some reported a sense of grogginess the next day, CBD has also been found to treat feelings of daytime sleepiness. Ultimately, by addressing daytime sleepiness, patients are better able to fall asleep later in the evening or at night.

Why is hemp effective in helping people fall, and stay asleep? Many researchers suggest it’s due to hemps anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory properties. Many people who suffer from insomnia blame their condition on their emotions keeping them awake. Stress from work, social situations, or at home keep people up at night, worrying and thinking. This creates a cycle where they start the next day with low-energy and feel like their problems are only aggravated. Similarly, many with insomnia link their suffering to chronic or acute pain they feel throughout the day and night. CBD targets the parts of the brain and nervous system that deals with both of these issues and helps to alleviate the symptoms. The result is that patients who take CBD-based products are more relaxed, and feel less pain, allowing their body to drift to sleep more readily.

Improving Sleep With Hemp Oil

Researchers understand that sleep is divided into stages and cycles that serve different purposes. Your body behaves differently throughout these stages, and each serves a different purpose. CBD research has found that the cannabinoid affects the third phase of the sleep cycle or the “deep sleep” phase. CBD increases the amount of time you spend in this cycle. Additionally, it decreased the amount of time spent in the REM stage, which is the dreaming phase. By limiting the amount of time spent in the dreaming phase, those who take CBD products may be increasing the amount of deep sleep they get, thereby getting a higher quality of sleep each night.


While more research is being conducted into the relationship between CBD, better sleep, and managing insomnia, initial studies are very promising, and many show a clear link between the use of CBD and getting a better night’s sleep. Some are already embracing CBD as a way to possibly enhance their sleep.

Order Your CBD Products From Axis Labs

If you’re ready to embrace the natural benefits of CBD, then it’s time you turn to Axis Labs. As a leading developer of sports nutrition supplements, we’ve created a line of CBD products that are carefully crafted to offer you all of the benefits of this amazing natural chemical. We source all of our CBD for our products, like our CBD Hemp Oil,  from non-GMO hemp grown in Kentucky. The result is a line of high-quality, and effective, CBD-based products. You can better manage your aches with our CB+Relief Cream, and make CBD a part of your daily routine with our CBD Liquid Capsules. Order your CBD products from Axis Labs today.