What is CBD Oil Liposomes?
Liposomal CBD Oil is comprised of both CBD and Liposomes. CBD molecules are extracted from the Hemp plant, where they are then transformed into oil through a specialised extraction process, which is then- get this- encapsulated within the Liposome. In other words, the Liposome acts as a sort of protective bubble. Why might CBD Molecules require a protective bubble, you ask? Well, let’s find out.
What Does Liposomal Mean?
Liposomes are, essentially, a carrier denoting the methodology for delivery. From this, we can deduct that the term Liposomal is giving us, the consumer, information on how the product is administered. In this instance, CBD Oil is being administered via Liposome. A Liposome is defined as a spherical vesicle having at least one phospholipid bilayer. In laymen’s terms, we have a liquid-filled, bubble-like structure with a soluble outer membrane. The membrane acts as a protective layer with the term soluble designating the ability to dissolve.
Thus, the CBD molecules being delivered to your system are done so in a way that protects them. And it allows you to rest assured that even though the CBD Oil is protected through encapsulation as it enters your body, the membrane it is protected by dissolves so less CBD is wasted.
How is CBD Best Absorbed?
Thanks to the revolutionary combination of combining liposomal technology with CBD delivery, CBD Liposomes have become the most effective delivery method on the market. Because CBD is protected from the harsh inner environment of our bodies, more of the active ingredient is absorbed into the bloodstream. Four times faster than traditional carriers, in fact. For comparison take this analogy: If you thought to mail something precious and wanted to be sure it arrived in-tact, wouldn’t it be wise to pad the box first?
- Purified Water
- Medium Chain Triglycerides (Naturally Extracted from Coconut Oil)
- Sunflower Lecithin
- Xanthan Gum
- Gum Arabic
- Natural Lime Flavour
- Steviol Glycosides (Stevia)
- Potassium Sorbate