If you are seeing PCR hemp oil on the label or packaging of your CBD oil, don’t worry. It is not a new additive or stabilizer. In fact it is not anything new at all, except a new way to describe hemp oil. It is simply short for Phyto-cannabinoid Rich. OK, so why isn’t it on every label? Because not all CBD oil is the same. Some you may know as full entourage, where the filtering process allows for all the cannabinoids from the plant-Phyto Compounds-to remain in the oil. There are hundreds of cannabinoids in the hemp plant, all beneficial, but not all hemp oil products contain the same amount of CBD. Full spectrum, phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) hemp oil is also referred to as “whole plant extract.” It contains all the beneficial elements of the plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, chlorophyll, flavanoids, fatty acids, Some oils have all the compounds filtered out to contain only CBD. Different filtering processes allow this flexibility. This means you should know what type of hemp oil you want, and you should read the descriptions carefully. A product with other phytocannabinoids besides CBD is cannabinoid rich and allows you to enjoy the benefit of the full entourage effect in which you derive all the therapeutic goodness of the hemp plant. The cannabinoids work together to maximize the healing properties of the oil. But some instances require only CBD, which is accomplished with a type of filtering that removes all other compounds. Different brands use different filtering systems to minimize or maximize what they want to result in their final product. There are also different levels of CBD in the final product. Whether you want PCR hemp oil (full spectrum). Full spectrum oil undergoes less processing than CBD Isolate and has more natural flavors.You may have to experiment to find the right type, brand or dosage for your particular situation, but reading descriptions and product labels is the best way to know what you are getting.