CBD Isolate

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In Organic CBD Nugs' extensive line of premier CBD products, CBD isolate remains our most concentrated form of cannabidiol. With an average of 99 percent CBD content, this product is remarkably potent, versatile, and easy to dose. Plus, since CBD isolate is odorless & tasteless, you will find it’s one of the easiest ways to incorporate CBD into your daily diet.

Please take a quick look at the info below to find out what Organic CBD Nugs' bulk CBD isolate is, how it’s made, and how you could use it in your daily life.

What is CBD Isolate?

CBD Isolate is 99% pure, non diluted CBD in a white crystalline powdered CBD form. Therefore, it remains THC free and free of other naturally derived plant compounds including terpenes and other cannabinoids.

CBD Isolate: The Ultimate In CBD Potency

Unlike other hemp-based products, CBD isolate is designed to contain as close to 100 percent CBD as possible. This means you won’t find any other hemp-derived compounds (e.g., terpenes, flavonoids, or secondary cannabinoids) in a CBD isolate product.

Usually, CBD isolate is available in a white, powdery form, but there are also CBD isolate crystals and slabs on Organic CBD Nugs. All CBD isolate products are odorless and tasteless, which makes them extraordinarily versatile and discreet.

At Organic CBD Nugs, we promise our wholesale CBD isolate products will have a minimum of 99 percent CBD content. To produce this incredibly high level of CBD, our extractors use a highly technical four-part extraction method involving winterization, intense mixing, deep-freezing, and advanced filtration.

After all of these procedures, we send our CBD isolate to skilled lab technicians for a thorough screening. Before we release any of our CBD isolate products, we ensure there is zero THC content and, at minimum, 99 percent CBD.

Why Would You Want To Use CBD Isolate?

What distinguishes CBD isolate from other CBD goods is its purity. As we’ve already mentioned, our CBD isolate has an incredible 99 percent CBD content. This is fantastic news for people who are overly sensitive to other hemp compounds.

People who want to enjoy the benefits of CBD without worrying about THC will also appreciate CBD isolate’s purity. Remember, other hemp-derived products could legally have 0.3 percent THC or less. While 0.3 percent is nowhere near enough to make you “high,” it could put you in hot water if you’re forced to take a drug test.

Another nice feature of CBD isolate is that it’s incredibly easy to hide in edible products. Heck, you could even place our CBD isolate in a glass of water without having to endure a “grassy” taste.

Considering CBD isolate has almost 100 percent CBD, it’s also one of the most straightforward products to dose. People who need to measure their daily CBD intake accurately will love the 1:1 conversion rate between milligrams of powder and CBD content.

The Many Ways You Could Use Our CBD Isolate

The most popular way to take CBD isolate is sublingual—which is a fancy way of saying you hold the powder under your tongue before swallowing. By using CBD isolate in this way, you vastly improve your body’s absorption of this calming cannabinoid. Plus, since CBD isolate is tasteless, you don’t have to worry about the yucky flavor often associated with hemp tinctures.

Of course, since CBD isolate has no taste, it’s one of the easiest products to mix into edibles. Numerous customers who buy our CBD isolate say they pour a few milligrams into coffee, tea, or orange juice every single morning. Those who are interested in baking could also add an accurate dose of CBD isolate into cakes, brownies, or cookies.

Another popular way to use Organic CBD Nugs' CBD isolate is to mix it into your favorite skin-friendly oils and creams. There’s growing evidence that applying CBD topically could help with various skin conditions like dermatitis and acne. People with joint issues or arthritis might also enjoy the anti-inflammatory benefits from a CBD cream.

Anyone interested in dabbing CBD isolate should look into Organic CBD Nugs' catalog of CBD slabs and crystals. It’s far easier to handle these larger products on standard dab rigs compared with bulk CBD isolate powder.

How Should I Dose CBD Isolate Powder?

There are no standardized daily doses for CBD. Plus, since everybody absorbs CBD differently, it’s impossible to know how much CBD is enough for you. Usually, it takes new customers a few weeks of careful experimentation before finding their optimal dose.

As a rule of thumb, you should start with the lowest dose possible and see how your body reacts. If you don’t feel anything, gradually increase your CBD dosage until you start to notice effects.

To better gauge how CBD affects you, consider taking CBD isolate sublingually the first time. Measure about ¼ teaspoon of CBD isolate crystals, place them under your tongue, and let them dissolve. Within a few minutes, you might notice the effects of CBD. If you don’t feel anything, then up your dosage by ¼ teaspoon each day until you achieve the desired results.

Of course, it’s a good idea to speak with a trusted physician if you have questions about adding CBD to your life. CBD could interact with prescription medications, so it’s best to talk with a qualified doctor if you have any concerns.

Does CBD Isolate Have An Entourage Effect?

No, you will not experience the entourage effect when taking CBD isolate powder. Remember, there are no secondary cannabinoids, flavonoids, or terpenes in CBD isolate crystals. The only substance you’ll be exposed to when taking this substance is, well, CBD!

In case you didn’t know, the “entourage effect” refers to a popular theory in recent cannabis research. People who subscribe to the entourage effect claim all of hemp’s natural compounds work together to produce the optimal therapeutic benefit. While taking CBD on its own can help, it might be more potent with secondary cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes.

Anyone interested in taking advantage of the entourage effect should consider smoking one of Organic CBD Nugs’ expertly-cured hemp flowers or CBD pre-rolls. Alternatively, you could use our full-spectrum CBD tincture or our CBD kief.

CBD Isolate Powder Vs. CBD Kief Powder: What’s The Difference?

On Organic CBD Nugs’ website, you’ll notice that we offer two powdered products: CBD isolate and CBD kief. Although both of these powdery goods are derived from our organic hemp flowers, CBD kief has many different features that customers should know about.

Unlike CBD isolate, CBD kief is a full-spectrum item. So, users will experience the benefits of the entourage effect when using CBD kief. On the flipside, since there are so many terpenes in our CBD kief, it is not flavor-neutral.

The primary reason customers order our CBD kief is to add potency to their hemp smoking sessions. You could do this in multiple ways, but here are a few popular suggestions:

  • Mix CBD kief with your ground hemp flower before rolling a joint.
  • Stick a layer of kief around Organic CBD Nugs’ hemp pre-rolls.
  • Coat resinous hemp buds with kief to make DIY “moon rocks.”

Although our CBD kief is potent, please remember that it is not psychoactive. As with all of our other products, we always test our CBD kief to ensure it has less than 0.3 percent THC.

Please check out this official page to learn more about our high-quality CBD kief.

What’s The Best Way To Take CBD Isolate?

The best way to take CBD isolate depends on what you’re interested in. For instance, if you want to ensure you’re getting precise daily doses of CBD, then you should take CBD isolate sublingually. By using this method, you’ll ensure your body is absorbing as close to 100 percent of the CBD directly into your bloodstream.

People who would prefer a milder and more sustained CBD experience might prefer mixing CBD isolate into edibles or infusions. It takes longer for CBD to work through the digestive system, which means you’ll likely feel CBD’s effects over a more extended period.

For those struggling with joint, muscle, or skin issues, you’ll probably be most interested in mixing CBD isolate into a topical cream. You might also want to consider researching Organic CBD Nugs’ Hemp Resin Relief Balm for these conditions.

In short: the “best” way to use CBD isolate depends on what you want to get out of the product. Experiment with a few methods until you find what works best for your lifestyle.

Can You Mix CBD Isolate Into Smokable Hemp Joints?

Yes, many of our customers rave about the benefits of adding CBD isolate crystals to their hemp joints. All you have to do is sprinkle your preferred dose of CBD isolate into ground hemp flowers and add it to your joint.

The additional CBD isolate crystals will add a bit of potency without messing with the flavor of your chosen strain. A sprinkle of CBD kief, by contrast, will add bold new flavors that might clash with your tastebuds.

If you’re looking for a way to enhance the potency of your strain without changing its flavor, you should give CBD isolate crystals a chance.

CBD Tincture Vs. CBD Isolate Powder: What’s The Better Choice?

Along with oils and edibles, tinctures are among the most prominent products in the global CBD industry. Due to CBD tinctures’ popularity, some new customers struggle to choose between Organic CBD Nugs’ hemp tincture and our CBD isolate powder.

Here are a few distinctions to keep in mind if you’re debating which product to buy:

  • Due to the entourage effect, full-spectrum tinctures usually have a stronger effect than CBD isolate.
  • CBD isolate is the better choice for people interested in edibles or topicals.
  • Full-spectrum tinctures sometimes have a “grassy” taste; CBD isolate is tasteless.
  • CBD isolate has greater versatility compared with CBD tinctures.

As you could see, CBD tinctures are the better choice for people interested in features like potency, accurate dosing, and the “entourage effect.” If you’re someone who wants purified CBD with a wide range of uses, then CBD isolate is the better fit.

Please keep in mind, Organic CBD Nugs now offers a high-quality full-spectrum CBD tincture. Anyone who would like to know more about this product should visit the tinctures section of the website.

Can I Vape CBD Isolate Powder?

Vaping CBD has become increasingly popular, especially in the e-juice market. So, it’s no surprise that many vapers who buy our CBD isolate powder add it to their favorite vape juices.

There’s also a growing community of dedicated vapers who make DIY CBD vape oils. All you need to make these vape-friendly substances is a carrier oil (e.g., vegetable glycerin or propylene glycol) and CBD isolate. You could also add a touch of food-safe terpenes to enhance your vaping experience.

If you’re more interested in dry herb vaporizers, then be sure to look through Organic CBD Nugs’ hemp flower strains. All of our trichome-rich buds are ideally suited for both convection and conduction-based dry herb vaporizers.

Are There Side Effects From Taking CBD Isolate?

Side effects are rare with all CBD products, but especially CBD isolate. Because CBD isolate powder only contains CBD, you don’t have to worry about potential interactions with secondary compounds. Even people who are extremely sensitive to THC can tolerate CBD isolate powder.

Although side effects aren’t common with CBD isolate, that doesn’t mean they’re unheard of. In most cases, however, people who experience adverse reactions take incredibly high doses of CBD.

The most common side effects associated with CBD include:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Digestive problems
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue

If you feel any of these reactions after taking CBD isolate, then you should stop taking it for a few days. Only resume supplementing with CBD isolate at a lower dose and carefully monitor your symptoms. Please visit your doctor immediately if you experience any severe side effects.

Note: the Food and Drugs Administration has not evaluated any of the health claims made about CBD. Customers should never use CBD supplements or the info on this website to treat, diagnose, or cure any medical condition.

Are You A Prime Candidate For CBD Isolate?

In general, people who are new to hemp do well with CBD isolate powder. Since this product is odorless, tasteless, and thoroughly purified, it’s one of the most convenient products to work with. Even if you have no CBD experience, you shouldn’t have an issue using CBD isolate powder.

True, CBD isolate may not be as potent as tinctures or smokable hemp, but that might be a useful feature for specific customers. People who are looking for milder, sustained effects from CBD will prefer CBD isolate over some of the more intense full-spectrum products.

Another significant reason to consider CBD isolate is its versatility. People who want to make edibles or infusions will have the easiest time adding CBD isolate to their recipes. Plus, CBD isolate crystals are perfect for people who like to make balms, salves, and lotions.

Retail vs. Wholesale Pricing: What’s The Better Deal?

Considering CBD is such a hot commodity nowadays, retail prices are at all-time highs. Since CBD isolate requires such an intense purification process, it’s no surprise this product is one of the most expensive goods in the hemp marketplace. According to our research, a 14-gram container of CBD isolate could retail for roughly $600.

At Organic CBD Nugs, we strive to offer customers the highest quality CBD isolate powder for the most affordable rate. With this goal in mind, we offer bulk CBD isolate powder in numerous sizes at reliably low prices. If you’d like a one-gram sample of our CBD isolate powder, we can ship you our product for an incredibly low $14.99. On the opposite extreme, we now offer one hundred grams of bulk CBD isolate powder for just $499.99.

CBD isolate has a remarkably long shelf life, so there’s no need to worry about stocking up on this commodity. As long as you keep your CBD isolate in a dark, cool place, you shouldn’t have any issues with our product’s longevity.

Do you have any questions about our bulk isolate powder? If so, don’t hesitate to reach out to a member of our wholesale division.