According to Globenewswire.com, Since the legalization of hemp-based CBD, you’ve no doubt seen CBD specialty stores popping up all over town as well as online. In Nielsen’s 2020 forecast for the hemp CBD industry, they predicated the industry will be worth almost $2.75 billion this year. CBD in America has been booming since 2018 and continues to grow at a record pace.
In this Article we will discuss what CBD actually is. As well as what Nanoemulsion Technology as it relates to CBD Softgels. We will also discuss how to take and incorporate CBD Softgels into your daily regimen.
What is CBD Oil?
Cannabidiol or CBD oil is a product that’s originally derived from cannabis. It’s a type of cannabinoid, which are the chemicals naturally found in hemp and marijuana plants. Hemp CBD only contains 0.3% THC, whereas Marijuana contains between 10-30% THC. So with Hemp CBD you can take an infinite amount and it will never get you high or alter your mental capacity in any way. More importantly, many companies like MD Organics, will strain even this small amount out to make the oil THC Free.
According to Wikipedia, Cannabidiol can be taken into the body in multiple ways, including by inhalation of cannabis smoke or vapor, as an aerosol spray into the cheek, and by mouth. It may be supplied as CBD oil containing only CBD as the active ingredient or full-plant CBD-dominant hemp extract oil, capsules, dried cannabis, or as a prescription liquid solution. CBD does not have the same psychoactivity as THC, and may change the effects of THC on the body if both are present.
CNN reports, The CBD floodgates opened after President Donald Trump signed the Farm Bill into law in December 2018. Among other things, the bill legalized the production of hemp, which contains high levels of cannabidiol, or CBD. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t get you high. (THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical in cannabis that does that.) Instead, CBD is marketed for everything for overall health and wellness issues.
CBD Softgel Capsules
A standard CBD softgel capsule is usually a dark golden or amber shade. The capsules are often filled with either hemp oil or grapeseed/olive oil as an additional filler.
How to Take a CBD Softgel
Taking your dose of CBD in the form of a softgel may be the most convenient way to get all the benefits of CBD without much hassle. No measuring out a dosage or holding under your tongue. Simply swallow and move on with life. Most softgels come in 10-25mg of CBD per pill and many users will take 1-2 softgels at a time, two to three times a day. A 300mg CBD bottle is not like an aspirin bottle label. 300mg of CBD is how many total milligrams are in the bottle. With your standard 30 softgels in a bottle of a 300mg of CBD product, the user will receive 10mg of CBD per softgel. Whereas, a 300mg bottle of aspirin, a user will receive 300mg per pill.
Hemp Extract CBD Softgels are ideal for people who dislike the taste of CBD tinctures or who do not vape. Softgels are an ideal solution because of the ease of use. They are a great way to add all the benefits of CBD for your overall health and wellness regimen. More importantly, using a Nanoemulsion CBD Softgel, the effects should take place within 10-20 minutes after ingested and should last between 4-6 hours when the correct dosage is attained.
How many CBD softgels do I take per day?
Enjoying the benefits of CBD softgel depends on many different factors in terms of dosage. Your own particular size and shape, your CBD tolerance along with other factors will determine the dosage. It is important to understand there is no one specific dosage that will suit everyone. It is best to start small (20-40mg per day) then slowly increase by one or two softgels per day until relief is felt. Make a note of how many milligrams you are taking and this will be your daily dose. Softgels can be combined with gummies, tincture oils, and topical products to receive complete body coverage. Don’t forget, before taking any CBD product always consult with your doctor first.
Important Dosage Considerations
- Concentration The strength or concentration relates to the total amount of CBD in any product. Generally, concentration is measured in milligrams or mg. the concentration differs from the actual dosage, as this more commonly refers to the amount of CBD per serving.
- Level of CBD required If you want to achieve a higher level of benefit, you may need to take more softgel capsules. Less for if you are experiencing milder conditions.
- Tolerance after taking CBD softgels over time it is possible to develop a tolerance. It can result in the effects being reduced from the same dosage. You may need a greater dose to achieve your desired results.
- Bodyweight Your weight is very important In how much, or how little CBD will affect your body. In general, heavier people will require higher doses and the lighter you are, you may feel the same effects with a lower dose.
Water Soluble Nanoemulsion Technology
Using CBD orally via a softgel or pill, without Nanoemulsion Technology means the user’s bioavailability will be between about 5-20%. Meaning only this percentage will be actually absorbed into the bloodstream. Additionally, CBD experiences the first pass effect. This occurs when enzymes in the gut and liver break down the CBD before it can make it into the bloodstream.
Researchers also found that absorption of CBD with Nanoemulsion did not rely on bile production while the standard CBD did. Bile production occurs in the liver and helps digest fats, including CBD oil. However, CBD with Nanoemulsion did not depend on this. The CBD was most likely absorbed directly into the intestine without the help of bile, explaining its speedy absorption.
According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, Nanoemulsion Technology is an advanced mode of drug delivery system that has been developed to overcome the major drawbacks associated with conventional delivery systems. This review gives a detailed idea about a nanoemulsion system. Nanoemulsions are nano-sized emulsions, which are manufactured for improving the delivery of active ingredients. These are the thermodynamically stable isotropic system in which two immiscible liquids are mixed to form a single phase by means of an emulsifying agent, i.e., surfactant and co-surfactant.
The droplet size of nanoemulsion falls typically in the range 20–200 nm. The main difference between emulsion and nanoemulsion lies in the size and shape of particles dispersed in the continuous phase. In this review, the attention is focused to give a basic idea about its formulation, method of preparation, characterization techniques, evaluation parameters, and various applications of nanoemulsion.
At MD Organics each Softgel has all the valuable nutrients found in our Tincture Oils, but with this advance Nanoemulsion Technology. This Revolutionary and Industry Leading technology allows us to create nanoparticles so small the human eye cannot detect! More Importantly, our Microemulsion form is how our water soluble Hemp CBD Oil is delivered. Specifically, the average size of our competitors oil particles are up to 5,000 nanometers. Our oil particles are just 25 Nanometers! This means our oil particles are 200x smaller than the industry average.
SMALLER PARTICLES= FASTER/BETTER ABSORPTION RATES!
Our Softgels are also jammed packed with all the valuable and nutrient-rich healthy cannabinoids of all our other products, all working together to deliver the coveted “Entourage Effect” to the user. And of course THC Free.