Distillate vs. Full/Broad Spectrum in Topicals

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    Rachael Yamanoha
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    Any thoughts on using distillate in topicals? Has anybody used it and have any feedback?

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    Rachael Yamanoha
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    My understanding is Distillate and Broad Spectrum are essentially the same thing. So to further expound on question above, Any thoughts on using Distillate/Broad spectrum vs. Full Spectrum?

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    Bob Rapp
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    A lot depends on what the needs or want of a user or patient, is it for a skin treatment or on site arthritis pain relief and/or reduced swelling are important considerations. I would expect that full spectrum topicals should be less expensive, yet that depends.

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    Rachael Yamanoha
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    Thanks for the response. I have been working with full-spectrum with good results so far. Though a high quality, strong(1450mg) was a little pricey. Haven’t priced it compared to a distillate. Don’t really want to use an isolate as it doesn’t get the benefits of the whole plant.

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    connor
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    I think full spectrum is the best for topical. I use SMPLSTC cbd.

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