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Full Spectrum
Nano CBD Oil 5%

Full Spectrum
Nano CBD Oil 5%

$80.00$250.00

Our THC Free Nano CBD Oil has a CBD particle size of 0 to 100 nanometers.  These ultra-tiny droplets of CBD are easier for your body to absorb, so you can use less CBD than you would using other forms.  Please note that Nano CBD is bitter if used orally.

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750 mg 15 ml, 1500 mg 30 ml, 3000 mg 60 ml

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< 50 mg CBD/mL, 50-99 mg CBD/mL

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What is Nano CBD?  

Nano CBD comes from an emulsion of purified water, long chain triglycerides, emulsifiers, and CBD.  While an emulsion simply refers to a mixture of oil and water, our Nano CBD is made using our proprietary process that uses sound waves to break the particle size of the CBD below 100 nanometers for faster absorption and increased bioavailability (Nano CBD).  This type of product is known as a nanoemulsion, and is used “in diverse areas such as drug delivery, food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and material synthesis”.  

Our Nano CBD Oil is a microencapsulated nano emulsion of CBD in purified water.  Being water-based instead of oil-based, it mixes easily with any liquid.  The term “nano” means one one-billionth, and in this case refers to a product in which the CBD oil has been broken into ultra-tiny droplets that are less than 100 nanometers wide.  That is less than 0.0001 millimeter!  By comparison an average human hair is approximately 80,000 nanometers wide.  A piece of paper is about 100,000 nanometers wide [1].  

The less than 100 nanometer particle size of our Nano CBD allows for greater bioavailability, meaning the CBD is more efficiently utilized by the body.  

We produce our Nano CBD Oil in 2.5% (25 mg/mL) and 5% (50 mg/mL) concentrations, with a particle size of less than 100 nanometers.  These concentrations in our Nano CBD, coupled with the higher bioavailability of the small particle size, are appropriate for many CBD users.  However, some people do prefer an even more potent option to allow a higher amount of Nano CBD Oil per usage, to be able to use less of their chosen CBD product at once, or to get the most cost-effective form of CBD by having the highest concentration per drop as can be found in Nano CBD, making Nano CBD the most effective choice for them. 

Why Nano CBD Oil? Size matters.  

The ultra-tiny particle size of the CBD in our Nano CBD oil allows easier absorption into the body for higher bioavailability.  This means that more of the CBD consumed actually ends up being utilized by the body.  

Why is Nano CBD is better than other forms?  

Bioavailability  

Because CBD is an oil, it is not readily absorbed by the body.  In fact, when CBD is ingested and passes through the digestive system, most of it is destroyed.  A World Health Organization review of CBD studies shows that bioavailability of CBD when taken orally (meaning swallowed and entering digestion) can be as low as 6% [2]. See more about the bioavailability of CBD here: CBD Basics – AerosourceH 

Nano CBD’s small particles can be absorbed orally and cross into the bloodstream directly without having to pass through the digestive system.  This means that the majority of the Nano CBD when taken orally is utilized by the body.  Nano CBD that does pass through the digestive system is also destroyed at a much lower rate than others’ oil-based CBD because the system treats it as an emulsified water-based compound.  

A 2018 study showed CBD bioavailability of a CBD nanoemulsion to be 65% higher in a rodent model, with the expectation that it would be even higher in humans [3].  Cannabis Law Report states that nanoemulsions “can result in a 200-500% increase in effectiveness over traditional oil-based products”[4].  

Value  

Because Nano CBD Oil has higher bioavailability, less product can be used to deliver the same effective amount of CBD in your bloodstream.  Using the above range of 200-500% greater effectiveness, this means that a consumer using Nano CBD could use one-half to one-fifth of the amount of an oil-based product.  This translates to a better user experience by needing to use less CBD, or use it less often, and makes the CBD purchase more cost-effective overall.  

Different from Nano CBD oil, Micro CBD is a 10% emulsion in purified water, produced using the same technology as used to make our Nano CBD oil.  Because of the higher concentration of CBD in the formula, the finished particle size is somewhat larger than that of our Nano CBD oil, but is below 200 nanometers.  While there may be some companies marketing products with this particle size as “nano,” we feel it is important to distinguish between our Micro and Nano CBD oil products so our customers know what they are actually getting!!!  

While “Li et al62 concluded from their data that the size of 100 nm might be the most suitable size for oral delivery of nanoparticles” [2], it has also been shown in a 2016 study by Banerjee et al. that absorption of nanoparticles “was inversely related to their size, with uptake of 50 nm > 200 nm > 500 nm > 1000 nm” [3].   This means that as the particle size gets smaller, the bioavailability increases.  Micro CBD therefore has a bioavailability advantage over oil-based or other non-emulsified forms of CBD.  

 Where to buy Nano Full-Spectrum CBD oil 3000 mg 

Until recently, LifesourceCBD was made just for private clients and the public was unable to acquire our Nano Full-Spectrum CBD, but now, you may purchase these outstanding products right here on the lifesource.net website or at select retailers, including the AerosourceH Grow store in Marion, Illinois. 

When looking for CBD, you’ve probably noticed there are different cannabinoid spectrum options to choose from. You can buy nano full spectrum CBD, broad-spectrum, or isolates. While these three types of products sound similar, there are key differences that are critical to understand and differentiate just as when choosing between powders, tinctures and CBD gummies.  

First, a brief overview of cannabinoids and how they matter for your health.  All isolates, broad-spectrum and full-spectrum products like CBD gummies are derived from the hemp plant.  The hemp plant has been used for over 2,500 years by various societies worldwide to address a variety of ailments and conditions.  

In the past few years, research has identified over 113 cannabinoids commonly found in the hemp plant.  Cannabinoids are the natural phytochemicals found in the hemp plant.  The two most common cannabinoids found in the hemp plant are THC and CBD.  THC is the cannabinoid associated with the psychoactive effect commonly called “getting high.”  CBD is the second most common cannabinoid found in hemp plants and when processed into isolate or broad-spectrum, CBD will not cause a “high.”  It has been found that all CBD, including CBD gummies, delivers a wide range of health benefits, such as altered perception of pain, assistance in sleep, and relief from stress.  

What makes hemp extracts different?  

All CBD products, including our Full Spectrum CBD oil 3000 mg, are extracted from the hemp plant, using solvents like CO2 and ethanol.  During the extraction, all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are stripped from the plant and dissolved in oil to make it easier to process and store and then make into products like CBD Gummies.  Depending on the hemp variety used for the process, the cannabinoid profile of CBD oil will differ.  For example, hemp extracts contain little to no THC – typically below 0.3% – so they are non-psychoactive, but they also boast high levels of CBD.  Depending on the purpose of the final product, companies may decide to use a different cannabinoid spectrum from different varieties.  Since passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp extracts are approved by the Federal Government.  

What happens with the cannabinoids after the initial extraction determines if the extract is full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or CBD isolate.  Each term refers to the degree the product was processed.  

Full Spectrum CBD  

If an extract is full spectrum, this means it contains all phytocannabinoids naturally found in the plant, including CBD and minor cannabinoids.  Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also come with a negligible THC content – below 0.3%.  It is important to note that some producers also include terpenes (other beneficial compounds in cannabis and other plants) in their full spectrum products.  This is a case-by-case situation, however, and not an industry standard.  Full spectrum may mean that all cannabinoids from the biomass have been included, or it may mean that all phytochemicals including terpenes have been included in the final full spectrum CBD products; capsules, tinctures, powders and gummies.  

It is believed by some that the full spectrum CBD of the active compounds extracted from hemp work together to amplify the health benefits of each individual cannabinoid.  This phenomenon is referred to as the entourage effect. The entourage effect is a theory that different compounds in hemp and cannabis work synergistically to create uniquely beneficial effects. By taking the compounds together as whole plant extracts rather than alone, there’s increased likelihood of the benefits produced by product consumption. And it doesn’t matter if you are consuming in pill, powder, tincture or CBD gummies, amongst others.   

So, yes, even though they might look very candy-ish, go ahead enjoy CBD benefits in products including full spectrum CBD.Note: Although non-psychoactive, full-spectrum CBD can sometimes give a false positive during a drug test, especially if high doses of CBD oil are consumed daily.  

  What is water-soluble CBD?If you’ve never heard of water-soluble CBD oil before, you’re not alone. Because how can an oil be soluble, a.k.a. dissolvable, in water? Especially when CBD is naturally that: an oil. That’s just not how science works, right? So how is it water-soluble CBD?  

Well, there’s a yes and a no.  

You see, at the end of the day, our bodies can sometimes do a poor job of breaking down and absorbing oils and healthy fats, unless they’re taken in a high enough quantity. This is exactly why people take CBD oil, around the same time as a high-fat meal – or adding it to a recipe that’s high in fat. Because your body absorbs oils and fats more efficiently when they’re taken in a higher quantity.  

So, what then might happen if we took CBD oil, with all the same benefits you’re used to, and made it water soluble CBD?  

What Is Water Soluble CBD?  

To get one thing straight first, the term “water soluble CBD” might be a little misleading since that’s not exactly true.   

Actually, the CBD oil particles are broken down using nanotechnology during the manufacturing process, then emulsified into a solution (Nano-Emulsification).This solution is then more easily attached to and absorbed by water. Finally, water soluble CBD specifically takes the emulsified product and transforms it into micrometer to millimeter range for protection and/or timed-release.  

Dissolvable CBD is still manufactured with an MCT carrier oil like regular CBD, but the fast-acting emulsion formula allows the oil to be more easily absorbed by water, and therefore, your body, so one should look to buy water soluble CBD products.  

 LifeSourceCBD is produced in a certified cGMP-certified, food-grade facility. What does that mean to you? Peace of mind. 

From field to finished, we track every step of our process. Every product we make is tested for potency and purity at multiple stages.Our third-party lab results prove that all of our LifesourceCBD products contain the amount of CBD as stated on the label, and is free of contaminants, providing you a reliable product to use time and time again.  

 [1] (https://www.nano.gov/nanotech-101/what/nano-size)  

[2] (https://www.who.int/medicines/access/controlled-substances/CannabidiolCriticalReview.pdf 

[3] (Development of a Novel Nano­emulsion Formulation to Improve Intestinal Absorption of Cannabidiol – FullText – Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids 2019, Vol. 2, No. 1 – Karger Publishers 

[4]  (CBD Bioavailability | Cannabis Law Report