What’s the Best Way to Absorb CBD?
What is CBD oil?
CBD is one of many cannabinoids, or molecules produced uniquely by the hemp plant. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC, the primary psychoactive element in marijuana), CBD is non-psychoactive, which means it will not effect our cognitive brain activity. It also doesn’t cause the “high” associated with marijuana. CBD is highly lipophilic, and its oral bioavailability is known to be very low in humans.
How do we better absorb CBD oil?
Aloha Hemp uses Nano emulsification to encapsulate the cannabinoids of hemp within the carrier oil. The nano process means the smaller particles of hemp are absorbed by the bloodstream more efficiently than regular-sized particles. Nano CBD particles are measured by around 25 nanometers and liposomal CBD is measured around 100-5000 nanometers. When the body has a much larger surface area when CBD is entered into the bloodstream by the smaller nanoparticles, then it can absorb more efficiently. In addition, it improves the cannabinoids absorbed to produce a profound effect, which gives stronger and immediate results.
Has there been any studies on Nano Emulsification?
A recent study in 2019 took CBD profiles of rats. Scientists in the research studied effects of the rats after oral doses of CBD oil and CBD with nano emulsification. In conclusion, the rats given CBD with nano emulsification successfully improved the absorption of CBD. In theory, when nano emulsification is present with CBD, we can achieve quicker results by CBD.
The Cutting Edge of CBD?
To conclude, this has been a new discovery and puts an edge on any CBD companies using this process. The nano method adds a superior CBD product because people won’t have to use as much to get profound results immediately. In addition, nano CBD stays consistent with its blend as liposomal CBD doesn’t stay blended evenly. CBD brands with this process will be sought out by consumers all around the world. Multiple people around the world will start becoming educated about this method and all its benefits.
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