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What You Need to Know about CBD Nanotechnology

When you think of nanotechnology, you might not think about CBD. Here’s the thing: you should. Using pressure to reduce molecule size, Cannabidiol (CBD) becomes Nano CBD, which is more accessible to the body. What does this mean for you?

This is what you need to know about CBD and nanotechnology.

What Makes NANO CBD Different?

There are a plethora of points that differentiate CBD Isolate from NANO CBD.  NANO CBD allows for higher rates of absorption through a variety of already proven delivery methods.

Nanoparticles have higher intracellular uptake when compared to microparticles. More specifically, 100 nanoparticles have a 2.5 fold greater uptake than 1 microparticle. “Impressive” does not begin to describe an achievement such as this.

But wait… What does all of this mean? 

While CBD molecules are incredibly effective, NANO CBD is even more effective.

Nanotechnology, when applied to CBD, allows us to restructure the way it targets the endocannabinoid system and interacts with your body.

What Are the Advantages of NANO CBD?

There are many advantages to utilizing CBD nanotechnology. NANO CBD can surpass many of the barriers where other types of CBD, or anything you consume for that matter, can get “stuck” in the body’s digestive processes. Because of this, NANO CBD has numerous advantages.

Not only does nanotechnology improve CBD’s solubility, but it increases bioavailability. In addition, many users take CBD as needed, or as symptoms are developing during the day; another advantage of NANO CBD is that its therapeutic effects have a more rapid onset.

Next, NANO CBD is also water-soluble, meaning it is so easy to integrate into your daily routine! Lastly, one of the best parts of NANO CBD is that your serving will be less than your usual amount while still getting similar results.

Where else is Nanotechnology Being Used?

Currently, nanotechnology is being used extensively in the medical field. More specifically, nanotechnology is helping scientists develop innovative cancer treatments. Two common cancer treats include chemotherapy and radiation; unfortunately, these treatments also destroy perfectly healthy cells alongside the cancerous ones.

With nanotechnology, scientists have found ways to target cancer cells specifically, leaving your healthy ones alone.

Across many industries, nanotechnology is being utilized to help those in need. We are happy to say that at Infinite CBD, we are excited about what the future CBD.

Introducing NANO CBD, by Infinite CBD

Infinite CBD is proud to offer Nano CBD, a new addition to our pure CBD isolate products. CBD nanotechnology will revolutionize the way you benefit from CBD, allowing you to feel better faster. Expect more from your CBD products.
You can find Infinite CBD’s Nano CBD products here.

Understanding the Legality Behind CBD

The 2018 Farm Bill has been a huge contributor to the movement of hemp and cannabis throughout the American political system. This bill is updated by congress every five years to ensure the country is growing crops to adhere to the needs of their time.

Since hemp was in high demand and the government saw no danger in passing farming laws for a non-psychoactive plant, hemp products (specifically CBD) were all thrown onto shelves – almost overnight.

While we believe this is a huge step for the entirety of cannabis and hemp alike, this has led to some uneducated business practices – taking advantage of a popular product to maximize on profit. As a consumer, it is more than overwhelming to sift through fact and fiction regarding a virtually unknown chemical. This is why CBD 101 has come into effect – to educate the public on this topic as much as possible.

Know Your Local Laws

Here is a handy tool for checking on the local laws of your area. Based in Lakewood Colorado, Infinite CBD is fortunate to have local legislation in favor of our business and valued customers. However some states require maneuvering and extra steps for customers to receive CBD.
*Click here for an interactive map to check out your local laws regarding cannabis and hemp.

• August 24, 2018