5 Things You Should Know about CBD Isolate Powders

CBD Isolate

CBD is one of the hottest products in the world. As more and more people start to realize the many benefits of CBD, including the likes of reducing inflammation and relieving stress and anxiety, the more likely it will be considered a natural alternative to traditional medicine on a global scale.

One of the most potent forms is CBD isolate, a pure, crystalline powder that contains 99% pure CBD. As such, CBD is the only compound in CBD isolate. 

All plant matter is totally removed from CBD isolate, including all oils and waxes, all chlorophyll and all other substances found in hemp. The finished product is CBD and nothing else.

This reasoning makes CBD isolate a very interesting product, but there are some other important things you should know about it before you go all-in.

Here are 5 things you should know about CBD isolate powders.

1. How CBD Isolate is Made

CBD Isolate

CBD must be extracted from the hemp plant before it can be used. However, CBD isolate is produced in a different way, compared to other forms of CBD such as CBD oil.

The beginning of the extraction process starts out the same. After the initial extraction at an industrial hemp farm, the concentrated CBD still contains all different types of plant matter contained within the hemp plant.

To get the pure, isolated form of CBD, it must go through a purifying process following the extraction phase. This includes filtration, a stage in which all plant matter is filtered out of the concentrated CBD. 

Once the filtration phase has completed, the filtered CBD enters the winterization process to remove any other waxes and plant materials from the CBD concentrate that were not removed by filtration.

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The end result is a fine, white powder made up of 99% pure CBD.

2. CBD Isolate is Legal

Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, industrialized hemp is legal at the federal level. This means that CBD is legal for purchase and use in the US, as long as it contains no more than 0.3% THC, which brings us to…

3. There is No THC in CBD Isolate 

CBD Isolate

While the general assumption exists that CBD contains no THC, many CBD-based products do contain trace amounts. This type of CBD is known as full-spectrum CBD and is legal as long it contains no more than 0.3% THC.

THC is the substance responsible for producing a high upon consumption. However, a 0.3% concentration is not typically strong enough for a consumer to feel its psychoactive properties but it can still appear in their system, for example during a drugs test.

On the other hand, CBD isolate does not contain a single drop of THC, while still providing all the great benefits.

This makes it a great version of CBD for anyone particularly sensitive to THC, or for those who must not show positive for THC from a drug test, such as professional athletes, those serving in the military, or public service officers like the police and emergency services.

4. CBD Isolate Offers a Range of Health Benefits

Health Benefits

If you’re looking into CBD isolate, you’re probably aware of the benefits already, but here are some of the most notable in case you forgot:

  • Pain relief
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Antipsychotic effects
  • Fights against cancer
  • Reduces stress, anxiety and depression, including disorders such as PTSD
  • Lower levels of diabetes
  • Promotes a healthy heart
  • Suppresses seizures
  • Works as an anti-oxidant to prevent the production of harmful free radicals
  • Helps against neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s. 
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5. How to Use CBD Isolate

Once you’re ready to buy some CBD isolate, you need to know how to use it properly. It is just a white, odorless powder, so you may think you need to do something a bit complex to get the benefits.

But it’s actually the opposite; these properties allow you to use it in a variety of ways

Here are some simple ways to take CBD isolate:

Under Your Tongue

This is the easiest way to take CBD isolate. Place it directly under your tongue and hold it there for around a minute. Your body will absorb it and it will be delivered into your bloodstream to provide you with relief. Since it doesn’t taste or smell of anything, it shouldn’t cause you much discomfort, but may feel a bit strange the first few times you do it.

Create a CBD Oil


CBD isolate can be fused into another carrier oil like olive or grapeseed, meaning you can create your own CBD oil. The advantage here is that you have complete control over the quantities, so the measurement and dosage will be exactly the quantity you need.

If you plan on fusing it with olive oil, for example, you can even cook your food with CBD isolate. Be aware though that CBD loses its potency at higher temperatures, so keep the heat at around 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Going over 400 degrees will ensure you will not be left with any of the benefits of the CBD isolate.

Topical Applications

You can also use CBD isolate to create a skin oil for a topical solution. Apply it on achy muscles and sore skin to reduce pain and inflammation. This is especially useful for anyone with arthritis in their joints or anyone who’s suffered an injury. Coconut oil is a great base as it smells great and mixes well with the isolate.

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Mixing with Food and Drink

Mixing with Food

Add CBD isolate to your morning smoothie or a glass of juice. Since it’s tasteless, you won’t even notice it’s there and you’ll reward your body with a boost of extra benefits along with the goodness from your healthy start to the day.

If this isn’t your thing, you could try adding CBD isolate into a cup of tea or coffee. It works just as well this way too and it won’t interfere with the taste, even if you add a sweetener.

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Marina Turea

Marina has been calling Chicago home since 2007. She's a world traveler and an avid reader.

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