Nano CBD oil refers to CBD molecules that have been reduced to over one-millionth its original size in order to increase absorption and bioavailability and subsequent bioactivity within the body’s systems and anatomy. Nano-sized CBD gelcap is so small that it has the ability to penetrate the “blood-brain barrier” of our cells.
The effect of this application of nanoscience and nanotechnology on CBD products has been documented by the National Institute of Health’s clinical studies on new formulations based on nano dispersion technology, improving the bioactivity of orally administered cannabinoids in healthy patients.
What is Nano Amplified CBD oil?
Nano Amplified CBD refers to a product being formulated using forms of nano-sized CBD particles in its production. The term was first used as a better delivery vehicle for improved pain and anxiety relief from nanoemulsified CBD suspended in water.
Athletes were among the first to use the term when they described significant improvements in their performance as well as their recovery after drinking CBD water.
What does Nano Infused CBD Mean?
The infusion of nano CBD refers to its inclusion in the product’s formulation. It’s another marketing term that is intended to communicate that the products contains nano CBD oil as opposed to a traditional CBD isolate formulations or hemp oil.
These claims may or may not prove to be true, so consumer due diligence on the product’s manufacturer is always recommended. It’s important that you learn much about any company and the products ‘actual’ ingredients. Only use products that contain a QR code on the label that you can scan with your phone’s camera and reveal independent 3rd party test batch results for the exact product you are considering.
How is Nano CBD oil Made?
A true nano emulsion particle is typically made with a combination of high amplitude ultrasonic processors, nano stabilizing gear, and more ultrasonic equipment. According to Dr. Alexey Peshkovsky, it’s no more complicated than following a cook book recipe when using his company’s equipment… and it’s easy to tell when it’s done.
This kind of equipment yields translucent CBD oil nanoemulsions below 20 nanometers in size rendering them crystal clear in water. Larger particle sizes can be used in colored beverages and edibles which also brings down the cost according to particle size requirements.
The color of the nanoemulsion becomes more milky and opaque as the CBD droplet size increases. Other examples would be 250 nm-sized CBD particle for infusion into chocolate or a gel capsule… over 100 times larger than required for CBD water.
The term “Broad Spectrum” CBD oil generally refers to CBD nanotechnology products formulations that include specifically chosen cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients for inclusion in formulation as opposed to “the full spectrum” of cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients present in the flower.
The intention of the term is clearly to differentiate from “full spectrum” references, and is therefore a more appropriate term for characterizing legal CBD products whether they are nano emulsified CBD products or otherwise.
contain PCR hemp oil (phyto-cannabinoid-rich) with a patented colloidal droplet delivery system called.
Their oil process transforms a full-spectrum, organic hemp oil extract into a nano-enhanced hemp oil containing nano-sized CBD molecules instead of very large and indigestible hemp oil particulates.
Each capsule tested to exceed 25 mg nano CBD oil and is considered take one adult maintenance dose. Available in 30 count bottles as well as 5 count sample bottles and also in wholesale.