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“The only difference between any of these is how it’s processed,” he said. “There’s a lot of big words and confusion, but it’s actually not that complicated: There’s a plant and it’s got desirable attributes, so we process it in certain ways to have more or less of one attribute or another.”

Full Spectrum: Whole Plant, Including THC

Floyd Landis, the founder of Leadville, Colo.-based Floyds of Leadville, said the biggest difference between the three product types from a consumer perspective is whether or not they have any amount of t etrahydrocannabinol, a psychoactive ingredient of cannabis known as THC .

Broad Spectrum: Whole Plant, No THC

Benefits: “As more people become educated about the space, full spectrum/whole plant is thought to be the most premium product,” said Tony Sparks, co-founder of West Des Moines, Iowa-based CBD distributor Betterment Retail Solutions. That’s due to the fact that full-spectrum hemp includes all the cannabinoids, terpenes and other beneficial parts of the cannabis plant, which many describe as an “entourage effect.”