Bioavailable, Water Soluble, Nano, CBD Products
Able to be dissolved in water, delivering ion-sized nutrients that are encased within water molecules which can easily move through cell membranes.
In order to succeed in delivering a higher percentage of ingested cannabinoids into the human bloodstream, we first need to figure out how to protect the cannabinoid molecule on its journey through the gastrointestinal system. The topic of cannabinoid absorption is well understood and has been repeatedly studied. Bioavailability of CBD varies greatly by delivery method.
Vaping typically delivers cannabinoids at an average bioavailability rate of 30%. Cannabinoids that are absorbed through the mucous membranes in the mouth (buccal mucosal application) have bioavailabilities of around 13%. By comparison, orally consumed cannabis edibles typically deliver cannabinoids at an average bioavailability rate of only 5% .
Bioavailability from both vaping and sublingual drops, by the way, fall inside the range established at the high and low ends, by smoking and edible ingestion respectively. Absorption of cannabinoids through smoking (burning is an oxidizing process) is relatively high because the molecules are not required to pass through the hostile stomach environment, and instead are absorbed into the bloodstream through the lungs.