What is Nano CBD? Is It Better than Regular CBD?

What is Nano CBD? Is It Better than Regular CBD?

We've only recently begun exploring the vast world of CBD products. CBD, more formally known as cannabidiol, is available almost everywhere now. Now enters Nano CBD. Nano as a prefix, of course, makes it sound more awesome, but what is Nano CBD?

The sci-fi-sounding name nano ( or tiny water soluble) CBD may be more effective, beneficial, and bioavailable than other CBD products in stores and online.

What is Nano-emulsified or Nano CBD?

According to Dr. Itzhak Kurek, Ph.D., the co-founder and CEO of Cannformatics, a Northern California biotech company, "Nano CBD is a CBD molecule coated with very small particles, such as liposomes or lipid nanoparticles (LNPs)." (Source)

These types of tiny particles stabilize the CBD and move it through our blood faster than regular CBD to effectively reach the target. Nano CBD particles are exactly what they sound like-microscopic CBD particles created through technology.

Most Nano CBD products are not small enough to be any better than non Nano CBD. But something majical happens when the particle size goes below 100 Nanometers. It now penetrates even skin. The secret is the smaller the particle size the greater the absorption.

Mean particle sizes under 40 Nanometers are very rare and only a few ultra premium companies have attained that size. But the difference in absorption from 70 Nanometers to 40 Nanometers(NM) is 90% better absorption.

In short, this method enhances the surface area of the CBD, causing molecules numbers to increase as size goes down, which in turn increases its bioavailability.

Bioavailability is a fancier way to talk about how much CBD you actually absorb into your bloodstream and utilize. When CBD is broken down into smaller particles, we receive its benefits quicker and more efficiently. (source)

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What is the Main Difference between Nano CBD and CBD?

The biggest difference between Nano and normal CBD is how big the particles of CBD are. Nano CBD oil tends to generally be clear in color, whereas traditional CBD oils are more yellow. Nano CBD oil is also more liquid due to the emulsifying process.

Nano CBD has an astounding high percent absorption rate, whereas traditional CBD oil has less than 10% absorption and takes 5 to 10 times longer to be absorbed.

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Benefits of Nano CBD

The benefits of Nano CBD products can be as plentiful as its counterpart CBD and possibly even more effective. The main benefit of Nano CBD lies in its superior bioavailability.

It is quicker to absorb into the bloodstream, and the CBD has a longer-lasting effect once it absorbs. Another nice addition, Nano CBD can be more effective in lower doses.

Anytime we rely on our body's natural digestion to absorb and use a CBD product, we risk some of it becoming inactive as it travels. Nanotechnology is adding efficiency to the CBD dose, allowing it to be absorbed accurately and more quickly.

This quick absorption is primarily found in oral and transdermal testing of Nano CBD products. In Fact, CBD topicals will have zero absorption if they are not Nano CBD in sizes under 100 Nanometers.

Here are another seven possible benefits of CBD Nanotechnology.

  • Pain Relief (even more so than regular CBD oil)
  • Insomnia Relief
  • Improve Mental Health
  • Reduce Seizures
  • Treat Digestive Conditions
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Treat Neurological Symptoms


Side Effects and Possible Negatives of Nano CBD

CBD or Nano CBD can potentially cause some mild side effects, although none have proven very serious. Consumers of these products might exhibit signs of dry mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, and low blood pressure. (Source)

The science says Nano CBD may be the newest way to feel better, and as of now, it has had no significant recorded major downsides to try. However, it does have its skeptics, and the CBD industry is constantly evolving. The research on these products is still ongoing, and there isn't a lot of data at this time.

But we do know that many companies are saying they have Nano CBD, which is true because they have reduced the particle size, but the Nano CBD mean size is over 100Nanometers and thus it is only minimally better than non Nano CBD.

So look for certificate of analysis showing the particle size. Also this process is expensive to do properly, thus expect to pay more for these real nano CBD products.

Why Choose Nano CBD?

Nano CBD has been shown to possibly reduce pain and soothe swelling and redness from joint and muscle inflammation. Research describes it as a regulator for oil and skin health. (Source)

Nano CBD is another possible healing power that Mother Nature has provided us, this time with just a scientific boost for efficiency. This is still a natural product. Dr. Bradley's RX says, "We wanted to start making the products we wanted to see in the world, and we did this with an uncompromising approach to sustainability."

At Dr Bradley's RX, we have created a Nano CBD product with consumers and the earth in mind. Nano 40 CBD gel serum. We are utilizing these new nanotechnology particles to penetrate the skin and target the problem area to help get straight to pain relief and healing.

We have also combined 30 all natural ingredients that work symbiotically to get the best results and highest concentrations with smallest mean particle size on the market at or below 40 Nanometers.

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With plant-based ingredients such as Turmeric, Wintergreen oil, and Vitamin D. Our FDA-approved, full-spectrum CBD serum is the fastest absorbing, most efficient pain-relieving healing product on the market without harmful side effects.

Use this product to possibly help relieve minor aches and pains of muscles and joints temporarily (arthritis, simple backache, sprains, strains, bruises.).

Use only as directed. – For use by adults 18 years and older. Apply to the affected area not more than 3 to 4 times daily. For children under 18, be sure to consult your doctor.

Is Nano CBD Safe?

Dr. Itzhak Kurek, Ph.D., is the co-founder and CEO of Cannformatics, a California biotech company using metabolomics technology to personalize medical cannabis treatment.

"Kurek begins by noting that nano-sized delivery technologies are not unique to CBD and have been widely used by pharmaceutical companies to ensure bioavailability in the past."

Nano CBD is legal and known to be safe. As it currently stands, many consumers are enjoying it for its pain relief topical attributes.

If you are interested in testing and learning more about nanotechnologies, just remember that not all products are created equal. Look for a full or broad-spectrum product that is third-party lab tested for quality and purity.

Shop Dr. Bradley’s RX today for top-quality Nano CBD.

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