Shop Now

Free Shipping on all Orders Over $99

Home > Full Spectrum CBD
Full Spectrum CBD

What is Full Spectrum CBD?

  • CBD or Cannabidiol products include all of the naturally occurring plant cannabinoids found in the entire plant, including cannabinoids like THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), terpenes and essential oils found from root to stem.
  • In contrast, a CBD isolate product should refer to a pure, concentrated form of CBD, with no other cannabinoids present in the whole plant.

Panda CBD’s Mission

Our mission is to provide our customers and their families with care. We desire to provide you with a safe product free of pesticides and harmful chemical additives. From start to finish, our purpose involves transparency and scientific research as integral facets. You will find it is our standard to provide you with the highest quality product possible of full-spectrum CBD each time.

Your choice of CBD is an essential part of our companies research, education, and medical facilities. Panda CBD is focused on your safety and the care of you and your family. This includes our state-of-the-art lab tests and ongoing medical review with our team.

Your Health and Safety is First

Before starting any new supplements, medications, herbs, or over-the-counter-drugs, consult a qualified physician, based on your personal medical history. Information here should not be regarded as a substitute for professional medical advice. While we are confident our products are the safest organic full-spectrum CBD, we believe in consulting a physician for your well being. Learn what is safe and what is not, what health risks they present, and what medical concerns you may have. Make sure to ask your physician on how they recommend the use of a full-spectrum CBD product.

All products have less than 0.3% THC and are legal in all 50 states. Our products are derived from industrial hemp and tested by a third-party laboratory.

Recreational Cannabis, Medical Use, and CBD

Recreational use of cannabis stands as one of the most popular recreational drugs in the world. Though some people who do abuse cannabis experience mental health issues, studies on this topic are scarce to find many negative effects. Humans have been using cannabis for more than 5000 years for various medicinal uses, from pain to nausea. Only in the last forty years since it’s discovery, has CBD been used as an accepted life enabling treatment.

Studies from The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) issues guidelines to state agencies regarding research and regulation of cannabis. At the federal level, the purchase of CBD is legal, as long as it doesn’t contain more than 0.3 percent THC. Please, note some state laws have laws on the books, which put restrictions on buyers of CBD.

For more information on cannabis and physical effects, please make sure to visit the following link here at this URL: or your local state office.

What is CBD?

The cannabis plant is one of the oldest known plants to not only be used for religious and medicinal purposes, while also being recreationally used as far 5000 years back. CBD was discovered more than 20 years before THC by Dr. Roger Adams and his team at the University of Illinois in 1940.

Some areas where available scientific research and trials have shown modern use are:

Neurological disorders such as Epilepsy

  • With FDA approval CBD (Epidiolex) is used for therapy of two rare conditions characterized by epileptic seizures in 2018.
    • (LGS), Lennox-Gastaut syndrome a neurological condition that appears between the ages of 3 and 5 years and involves different kinds of seizures
    • (DS), Dravet syndrome is a rare genetic condition that appears in the first year of life and involves frequent, fever-related seizures over time

CBD for Stress Relief (PTSD, OCD, Panic Disorder, Fatigue, and Anxiety)

  • More than ever, people are turning to a natural alternative to relief. Cannabidiol, or CBD, has been used for stress relief since the 1980s.

Treat Appetite Stimulation (Food and Dairy restrictions)

  • CBD, through the release of tension indirectly impacts the boosting of appetite. Stress from your daily life has an impact on your diet and your ability to enjoy food. With a full spectrum CBD product, you are more likely to reap the benefits of an appetite.

Treat Muscle Spasms

  • High concentration CBD tinctures help those dealing with severe and minor muscle spasms. Those with ALS and epileptic conditions especially benefit.

Chronic Pain Relief for Conditions such as Crohn’s Disease, Arthritis, and Mesothelioma

  • Multiple conclusive studies show that CBD treats the two most difficult types of pain, reduced inflammatory and neuropathic pain.

Skin Conditions such as Rashes and Psoriasis

  • CBD oil is an all-natural and organic way to relieve, reduce and prevent skin rashes. In addition to relieving the pain and itching from rashes and psoriasis. You can be confident regular use will treat, cure or prevent many skin conditions.

Satisfaction is Guaranteed

We take pride in the fact that our product is all-natural with no additives or preservatives, with extensive testing and quality assurance. From select farms in PLACE, USA, our non-GMO hemp plants are 100% organic.

What does organic mean for you? It means no herbicides, no pesticides, and no chemical fertilizers used. CBD, or Cannabidiol (CBD), is one of the most common non-psychoactive cannabinoid compounds in nature, there are almost endless uses for it.

It has also been shown to reduce anxiety in people with chronic conditions and provides those with epilepsy with relief from seizures. It’s also one of the few plant-based drugs that act like a pharmaceutical, not just a recreational drug. Which is why we use whole-plant extracts, full to the brim with naturally occurring full flux and synergistic cannabinoids and terpenes.

Still not sure? It’s all about how you use CBD. While in smaller doses CBD can show a degraded response. Repeated scientific research shows that CBD rich extracts are consistently effective in higher doses than smaller doses.

Common Ways to Use CBD

  • Oils and tinctures are taken sublingually (under the tongue)
  • As a food or beverage
  • Applied as lotions and creams
  • Transdermal via skin patches
  • Inhalation with CBD cigarettes or vaporizers