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CBD Water vs CBD Oil

NON- PSYCHOACTIVE

 

Hemp vs. Marijuana

Both hemp and marijuana are plants containing medicinal cannabinoid compounds such as CBD. But they are vastly different. The primary difference between them is that marijuana contains high levels of the psychoactive cannabinoid, THC (5% —35%), in the resinous glands of the flowers and leaves while hemp contains zero or negligible amounts of THC (<0.3% by federal standards). Luckily, the hemp plant also contains a full spectrum of non-psychoactive cannabinoids and terpenes that can be extracted for medicinal use.

 

Non-psychoactive 

Enveed's Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is non-psychoactive. It does NOT contain the cannabinoid THC, so it will NOT get you high. The blend contains a complete profile of naturally occurring medicinal cannabinoids and terpenes. It is extracted from hemp that has been cultivated and manufactured legally from seed to sale in fully vertically integrated farms in Colorado, USA.  

 

Effects

Each person has their own unique relationship with the hemp plant and its cannabinoids. When using a non-psychoactive cannabinoid extract, most people report simply feeling calm and relaxed. (Many of THC's adverse effects such as paranoia, short-term memory loss, and cognitive impairment have been found to be reduced or eliminated by supplementing with a hemp extract.)

 

 

What are the many differences between CBD Water and CBD Oil?

Taste

CBD water gives users that refreshing taste of mineral water. And just like any other kind of water, one can enhance the flavor by using fruits such as lemon and lime.

On the other hand, CBD oil has been described as having a nutty, grassy taste that only a few people enjoy. In fact, most put additional flavors when they want to consume the oil.

Absorption Speed

CBD water has a faster absorption speed compared to the CBD oil. This is mainly due to CBD water having a higher bioavailability. Speaking of which…

Bioavailability

Hands down, CBD water is way more bioavailable than its oil counterpart.

While a reasonable percentage of oil gets through your system, virtually 100 percent of the CBD in water is used by the body.

In fact, CBD water is at least 90 percent more efficient at absorbing into the bloodstream compared to the CBD oil. And this makes complete sense due to the fact that the human body is made of 60 percent water.

Therefore, you need less water to receive the maximum benefits of CBD in relation to oil.

Safety

Now, this is where CBD oil gets the edge. Plenty of CBD oil manufacturers show evidence of lab testing and more researchers are starting to understand it more. On the opposite end of the spectrum, no one in the health community is quite sure how safe CBD water is to consume.

The main issue that comes along with it is related to the nanotechnology. Researchers are worried about the toxicity level of consuming water infused with CBD.

They have a legitimate concern. Nanoparticles can bypass the body’s protective barriers and expose the body to biochemical quantities which are not familiar with our body.

And here comes the question about the “entourage effect”. This is the effect of cannabinoids and terpenes (found in marijuana) that work together and have a positive influence on the body. When using only one of them, or only CBD in the case with the water, the effectiveness is reduced.

Cannabinoids

Many believe that providing users with a full spectrum of cannabinoids is how you achieve maximum benefit.

CBD water only contains pure CBD while CBD oil has additional natural cannabidiol and terpenoids in it. Thus, CBD oil is the only one of the two options that will provide you with a multitude of cannabinoids.

Taste

CBD water gives users that refreshing taste of mineral water. And just like any other kind of water, one can enhance the flavor by using fruits such as lemon and lime.

On the other hand, CBD oil has been described as having a nutty, grassy taste that only a few people enjoy. In fact, most put additional flavors when they want to consume the oil.

Absorption Speed

CBD water has a faster absorption speed compared to the CBD oil. This is mainly due to CBD water having a higher bioavailability. Speaking of which…

Bioavailability

Hands down, CBD water is way more bioavailable than its oil counterpart.

While a reasonable percentage of oil gets through your system, virtually 100 percent of the CBD in water is used by the body.

In fact, CBD water is at least 90 percent more efficient at absorbing into the bloodstream compared to the CBD oil. And this makes complete sense due to the fact that the human body is made of 60 percent water.

Therefore, you need less water to receive the maximum benefits of CBD in relation to oil.

Safety

Now, this is where CBD oil gets the edge. Plenty of CBD oil manufacturers show evidence of lab testing and more researchers are starting to understand it more. On the opposite end of the spectrum, no one in the health community is quite sure how safe CBD water is to consume.

The main issue that comes along with it is related to the nanotechnology. Researchers are worried about the toxicity level of consuming water infused with CBD.

They have a legitimate concern. Nanoparticles can bypass the body’s protective barriers and expose the body to biochemical quantities which are not familiar with our body.

And here comes the question about the “entourage effect”. This is the effect of cannabinoids and terpenes (found in marijuana) that work together and have a positive influence on the body. When using only one of them, or only CBD in the case with the water, the effectiveness is reduced.

Cannabinoids

Many believe that providing users with a full spectrum of cannabinoids is how you achieve maximum benefit.

CBD water only contains pure CBD while CBD oil has additional natural cannabidiol and terpenoids in it. Thus, CBD oil is the only one of the two options that will provide you with a multitude of cannabinoids.