Water-soluble CBD is different from traditional CBD in that it mixes easily with water. CBD, by nature, is not water-soluble and dissolves in oil. This is because the CBD molecule actually is an oil, and as fats, oils don’t dissolve in water
Water-soluble CBD has a higher bioavailability compared to oil-based CBD products. The process of creating water-soluble CBD products involves emulsifying the oil, which the body then sees as hydrophilic (water-friendly). The benefit of emulsion is that it breaks the oil down into much smaller particles.
Water-Soluble CBD dissolves faster into the system to act quickly, especially if you need it for pain relief or a faster-calming effect.
The most powerful benefit of water soluble CBD is that it delivers a higher absorption rate. Consequently, this means that your products will provide an increased effectiveness per dosage. Less is truly more and your customers will have the advantage of more CBD in their system and less of the product will be wasted!
Water-soluble CBD usually has higher bioavailability than oil-based CBD, meaning you get the full benefit of the product you ingest. Studies have shown water-soluble CBD is 4.5 times more bioavailable than the oil-based equivalent.
A high-quality water-soluble CBD will have the following qualities that will benefit the product producer and the consumer. Safe ingredients: The emulsion is made with safe ingredients commonly found in the food and beverage industry.
The tiny particles with capsules of emulsifiers around them can enter your bloodstream much easier, whereas ordinary CBD has to travel a long way through the digestive tract. Water-soluble CBD can kick in within 15 to 30 minutes instead of an hour or two
This differs with each person, taking into account weight, height, and reasons for taking CBD. Initially, we recommend taking 1-2 sachets of our 10% Water Soluble CBD per use and best taken at regular intervals throughout the day.
Mixing our Instant Powder Sachet in your water bottle or daily smoothie, or coffee/tea is a great way to give your body easy access to CBD, in a similar way that placing oil-based CBD drops under your tongue would be.
CBD has been reported to interact with several anticonvulsants, including diazepam, lamotrigine, and phenytoin9; sedative drugs including barbiturates such as phenobarbital and hexobarbital and narcotics such as codeine and morphine.