When you go to buy CBD gummies, you'll soon realize just how many different options there are. More and more companies are beginning to make and sell these gummies, so deciding between brands has gotten harder over time. Learning a little more about how CBD gummies vary between brands can help you choose the best ones for you. Keep reading to explore the key differences between various brands of CBD gummies.
Pectin Versus Gelatin Gummies
CBD gummies can be made with either pectin or gelatin as a base. Gelatin tends to make firmer gummies with a longer lifespan. However, it is made from animal products. Pectin gummies tend to be a little softer, and some brands of them even need to be kept in the fridge. However, pectin is derived from fruit — it's what gives jams and jellies their texture — and it is therefore a good choice for vegans and others who wish to avoid animal products. If you try a certain brand of gummies and you don't like the texture, then the next time, consider trying a brand made with the other base.
Sprayed Versus Infused Gummies
Some gummies are pre-made with pectin or gelatin, sugar, and flavorings, and then they are sprayed with concentrated CBD solution. Other gummies have the CBD infused into them. If you read the label, it will generally say whether the gummies are infused or sprayed. To many people, it does not matter which ones they choose. However, if you think your gummies are going to get warm, such as if you leave them in a warm car, then you definitely want to choose infused ones. Otherwise, if your sprayed gummies get warm, some of the CBD may drip off the sides, causing you to experience uneven dosing.
Full-Spectrum Versus Pure CBD Gummies
Some gummies are made with pure CBD. In other words, CBD is the only cannabinoid they contain. Other gummies are made with full-spectrum hemp oil. They contain CBD, but also the other cannabinoids in the hemp oil. Full-spectrum gummies tend to have a stronger effect, but some do contain traces of THC. So, if you really want to avoid all tiny traces of THC, then you may be better off with pure CBD gummies.
There are many different brands of CBD gummies. Read the labels to see how they differ, and you'll likely find that most of the differences are as described above. For more information on hemp extract CBD gummies, contact a dispensary near you.