CBD is extremely versatile and can be found in many forms. While each CBD and Hemp product has its own pros and cons, the majority only deliver a small number of active ingredients to your bloodstream.
Many brands claim that their water soluble hemp can solve this problem and increase your body's ability to absorb it by as much as ten times. These claims are new and there is not much evidence to support them.
What is water-soluble CBD?
Water-soluble CBD is a new method to mix CBD extract with water. Naturally, fat-soluble cannabinoids dissolve in fats but won't mix well in water.
The majority of CBD products are oil-based. Oil-based CBD has the disadvantage of slowing down the process by which most fats are broken up by enzymes.
CBD companies now know that CBD can be vibrated into microscopic nanoparticles if it is exposed to a specific sound wave. You can achieve the same effect by adding high-pressure substances or encapsulating cannabinoids within other microscopic materials.
When the CBD has been broken down into small pieces, water molecules can be placed between them. This allows them to mix with water-based liquids.
How does it work?
If you swallow CBD oil, for it to be used in your body tissues, it must first be broken down into smaller pieces. The processes that carry out this breakdown are known collectively as the first pass effect and are responsible for the low bioavailability of orally ingested CBD oil.