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CBD Oil vs. Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil

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So important to understand.

Please do not assume CBD oil is all pretty much the same. It is absolutely not in purity, delivery, bioavailability, and efficacy! Your results are completely dependent on the nutrients and quality of nutrients you put into your body. Please be careful of marketing. do your own research.

It turns out that there is a superior product on the market that does what CBD/hemp oil claims to do!

At their root, CBD oils and Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil are quite similar. CBD/Hemp Oil is a natural botanical extract of the common hemp plant. CBD/hemp oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp. This is unlike medical marijuana products, which are usually made from plants with high concentrations of psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Because hemp contains only trace amounts of THC, these hemp oil products are non-psychoactive. Both CBD and Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil interact with the body through the endogenous cannabinoid system (ECS) or endocannabinoid system. Found in ALL mammals, the endocannabinoid system is made up of millions of cannabinoid receptor sites located primarily throughout the brain and central nervous system (CB1 receptors) and immune system (CB2 receptors) that act in neural communication.

First discovered in the late 1970’s, the endocannabinoid system regulates the body’s homeostasis, or general state of balance. This elaborate network is part of our immune system. Amazing that the majority of us have not heard about this before!

The endocannabinoid system is one of the most important regulatory systems in the human body, but most people do not support the health of this system because, until recently, cannabinoids have largely been viewed in a negative light. So why isn’t CBD oil “good enough?” How can there be a product superior to something that, at its root, doesn’t do anything different?

Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil is the industry-leading phospholipid encapsulation system – providing rapid uptake and unparalleled bioavailability. Yes, that likely makes no sense, so here is the super simple version. Nano Enhanced Hemp Oil is up to 10x MORE ABSORBING than other CBD oils.

Whoa. right? So what makes this Nano Enhanced CBD/hemp oil work so well? And what is this Nano business anyway? The formation of a Nano Enhanced CBD/hemp oil extract produces particle sizes below 100nm, which some people would call nanotech just because of the size. These lipid particles are very similar to particles the body makes, called chylomic.

In researching all these CBD/Hemp oils, I came across one brand in particular that really blew me out of the water. Through my research, I actually learned a lot about supplement delivery systems. I will spare you all the details, but, in a nutshell, liposomal delivery systems are superior to things like capsules, tablets, and even tinctures.

How so? Liposomal delivery brings the power of intravenous therapy into convenient oral delivery. If you know anything about intravenous therapy, you know that whatever is going into your veins is getting dispersed in record time and in the most concentrated amount possible.

It is a pretty crazy amazing! Typical absorption of CBD/Hemp oil is poor, with only about 10% uptake in the GI tract. That means 90% of what you consume is basically wasted.

However, when you use liposomal encapsulation of compounds similar to CDB/Hemp oil, absorption increases five to ten fold.

The Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp oil I decided to use has the highest grade liposomal delivery system I could find. It outperforms other products thanks to smaller, more stable, single-layer spheres made from the highest-grade ingredients available.

In fact, in an independent third party test against cannabinoid uptake, our Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp oil was absorbed into the blood in amounts three times as great at half the dose of the leading pharma brand.

Unlike other liposomes on the market that use low grades of phospholipids, which breakdown and do not deliver compounds effectively, these high-phosphatidylcholine phospholipid mixes are smaller, more stable, and tightly distributed, single-layer spheres. The vesicles are small enough to begin absorption as soon as they hit your mouth. That’s crazy fast!

So what’s the bottom line? Why is Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp oil superior to CBD oil?

Simple — Increased absorption and bioavailability.

In a study comparing a 5mg dose of my favorite Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp oil to a 10mg dose of a competitor’s pharmaceutical ‘synthetic’ CBD oil, the Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp Oil showed a 5.5-fold increased bioavailability over the leading pharmaceutical.

It’s really as simple as that. If I get one of the CDB oils on the market, I will be paying more to take twice as much of the CBD/Hemp oil I now use and love. Plus, my body won’t be absorbing nearly as much CBD oil in the same way. I don’t know about you, but I am not a fan of wasting time or money.

When it comes to my health, I always choose the products that are the safest, that are the most bioavailable, and that won’t empty my wallet.

Are you on the edge of your seat wondering which Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp Oil you should choose for yourself? Look no further!

Upon request, I’ll be happy to share my website as well as company, formulator, and product information. I’ll also answer your questions and help you get started with an order shipped directly to your home.

I pray to see many of you take the leap of faith in trying our Nano Enhanced CBD/Hemp oil! I will also invite you to join our private FB page(s) once you get your order. We are building a beautiful community to share our experiences to reach out and educate others to get healthy not high!

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Not all CBD/hemp oils are created equally. #cbdoil #hempforhealth #plantmedicine #nanoenhanced #knowthedifference

So important to understand..

All You Need to Know About Nanoenhanced Hemp Oil

Nano-enhanced hemp oils have become a popular alternative for people suffering from pain, depression, anxiety, or sleep and movement disorders, and whom traditional medicine has failed so far.

These oils are infused with CBD – a chemical that makes for up to 40% of a cannabis plant’s extract. CBD differs from THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, another cannabinoid and the main psychoactive constituent) in that while both largely offer the same effects, such as pain relief, CBD does not come with that “high” feeling that THC provides.

Highlights

– Nano-enhanced hemp oils are more effective than traditional hemp oils due to the smaller molecules that make them more easily absorbed by the body.

– Hemp oils can alleviate the symptoms of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, autism, PTSD, arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, migraines, sleep disorders, etc.

– Nano-enhanced hemp oil is legal but can be quite expensive.

Traditional vs. Nano-enhanced hemp oil

CBD is extracted from a hybrid between hemp and a strain of marijuana. The concentrate thus obtained is further mixed with other oils, and results in the traditional hemp oil.

In nano-enhanced hemp oil, a type of fat, like vitamin E, coats the CBD compounds. The fat is made of microscopic spheres, known as liposomes; these are much smaller than traditional hemp oil molecules and therefore easily broken down and absorbed by the human body (this is known as the Nano-liposomal delivery system). Liposomes have been used for several years due to their enhanced effectiveness.

How does the nano-enhanced technology work?

The best feature of the molecules in nano-enhanced hemp oil is their microscopic size, which enables them to enter cells with more ease than regular molecules. Nano-enhanced molecules are therefore more effective, making any hemp oil that uses this technology more bioavailable as compared to traditional hemp oil.

Bioavailability refers to how much of a substance entering your body can have an active effect; in other words, how much use you can make of it. Regarding hemp oil, it seems that the absorption rate of regular CBD oil is only 10%, as opposed to nearly 100% absorption in case of the nano-enhanced variety.

This means that the latter is not only absorbed more completely, but also faster. If you compare using nano-enhanced versus CBD hemp oils of the same concentration, with nano-enhanced hemp oils you should be able to get the same effects while using smaller amounts, as compared to using traditional CBD hemp oil.

Where to buy

Before ordering, make sure to read as many reviews as you can, to weed out any fake oils that may also cost a small fortune. Luckily, there are a few legitimate companies that offer good nano-enhanced hemp oils.

Prime My Body is one such company that provides additional perks for customers, such as guidance for a healthier lifestyle, rewards programs, as well as partner programs.

Hemplucid is another example of a company offering quality hemp oil, both regular and nano-enhanced. Other products include a vape juice, as well as a traditional CBD oil with a slow release.

Pricing

Traditional CBD hemp oil is not exactly cheap, and its nano-enhanced version can be even more expensive, due to the technology that goes into it.

The good news is that if you look carefully, you can still find good nano-enhanced hemp oils at pretty much the same price as quality regular CBD oils. Also, since you only need to use a smaller quantity of nano-enhanced hemp oil, it will last longer than the regular variety.

A good strategy would be to start with the more affordable CBD hemp oil, in order to test how satisfied you are with the results, and consider moving on to the nano-enhanced version in time, once you are more experienced with it. However, if you are not new at using CBD hemp oils, and the effects have not been completely satisfying until now, then why not try a nano-enhanced hemp oil instead?

Legality and other concerns

There is still an ongoing debate and more research is needed, but generally, hemp oils are legal in the United States as long as they only include 0.3% THC or less. They are sold as dietary supplements, and therefore not approved by the FDA.

Recently, the FDA vetted a CBD drug for treating epilepsy. It is worth noting that FDA-approved CBD products with a maximum of 0.1% THC can be sold legally, but this change does not refer to hemp oil specifically.

Because of this grey area and constant legal changes, not enough research has been carried out on CBD hemp oil. While most people tolerate it well, long-term use can have some side effects, such as tiredness, decreased appetite, and diarrhea. Additional adverse effects, like fatigue and insomnia, have been noted when using CBD as an anti-epilepsy drug, but this does not seem to apply to the use of hemp oil for relief.

Conclusion

CBD and other substances that make up nano-enhanced hemp oils are legal in most states, but the question is whether using the final product can cause you to fail a drug screening.

The concern comes from the trace amount of THC (up to 0.3%), as this and other natural hemp compounds might lead to a positive test result. The best choice is, therefore, to use CBD hemp oil only when you know for sure you won’t be subjected to a drug test.

Try out different products and stick with the one that delivers the best results for you. Consider upgrading to a nano-enhanced hemp oil in case the regular CBD version fails to deliver the right effects.

Finally, bear in mind that even if a speedy absorption sounds great in theory, the reality can be a little different. More specifically, you can get the full benefits of CBD hemp oil if you use it regularly and for a lengthier period of time, rather than expect everything from the first use. This is worth remembering when you carry out your own research to figure out if the enhanced absorption is worth the price.

Nano-enhanced hemp oils have become a popular alternative for people suffering from pain, depression, anxiety, or sleep and movement disorders, and whom traditional medicine has failed so far. These oils are infused with CBD – a chemical that makes for up to 40% of a cannabis plant’s extract. CBD differs…