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For years, we’ve been hearing how water-soluble vitamins are the best vitamins for absorption, but is the same really true of CBD oil? Is water-soluble CBD an option? Is it something to consider? Is it snake oil? Let’s find out.
CBD is an abbreviation of Cannabidiol, a derivative of the cannabis plant. Unlike marijuana, CBD contains only trace amounts of THC, and therefore does not get you “high.” CBD works in conjunction with the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to help the body maintain a state of internal balance.
The phrase water-soluble is exactly what it sounds like: a substance that can dissolve in water. Some examples of water-soluble vitamins are the eight B vitamins, and vitamin C. When you consider that upwards of 60% of the human body is made of water, it makes sense at first glance that water-soluble vitamins and supplements seem to be better, right? But there’s more to consider when it comes to CBD oil.
CBD oil is, naturally, an oil. While it’s true that oil and water don’t typically mix, it’s essential to understand that “water-soluble” CBD isn’t really what it sounds like, and buyers of this type of CBD should do their due diligence before buying.
The process for creating most water-soluble CBD oils involves “nanoparticles” which simply means the CBD molecules have been broken down to a very tiny size with the intention of making them more easy to absorb. In light of this, “water compatible” or “emulsified” CBD might be a more accurate description than “water-soluble” CBD.
However, what you may not be aware of, is the fact that additional ingredients and processing is necessary in order to achieve this nanoparticle sizing. Scientists are studying CBD oil for its many healing properties, and very little research has been done so far to compare nanoparticle CBD with pure, full-spectrum CBD oil. The nanoparticles are coated and bonded with additional components, and while scientists know that these types of nanoparticles react differently in the body, it is unclear at this stage whether it is the size of the particles or the added ingredients; and it’s also unclear whether there is any additional benefit to nanoparticles of CBD.
You can take pure CBD oil in one of three ways: sublingually (under the tongue, which is believed to provide the fastest absorption), orally, or topically. Even in its pure oil form, CBD can be easily blended into beverages, smoothies, yogurt, salad dressings, and more. Many people also administer CBD oil to their pets, either orally or in their food or treats. People who enjoy NuLeaf Naturals pure, organic CBD oil report experiencing a high level of bioavailability.
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