Why We Extract Using The Full Spectrum Approach
Standardized VS Full Spectrum
The standardized method aims to isolate and extract only active ingredients. Using standardized extracts, the thought is that the final product will be more consistent and controlled. This is true to some extent.
However, the Full Spectrum method keeps a plant as close to its natural makeup as possible. Extracting the whole part of the herb containing the plant's active ingredients - the whole leaf, whole root, or whole stem, for example -- this helps to maintain the plant's natural integrity, which results in enhancing its overall therapeutic effects and keeping the extract as close to the plant’s natural as possible.
The result is the use of all the plant's natural metabolites working together as they would naturally. In our opinion and through the feedback from clients this is a more effective approach.