I wanted to come out to you today because I have been getting so many questions about CBD oil and how to really know what you are getting and what to look for in a CBD product. I have researched this topic for some many years because of my son Edrien who had neurological issues. I spent a lot of time looking into this and trying to decipher what’s what and the whole science behind it. I took some time and I did a certification program on the endocannabinoid system, which will be another post completely, because it’s a lot of information.
The most basic thing to look for when you are trying to figure out what CBD product to buy is all about how the product is made. You may be wondering why that’s so important. Here’s why: Our bodies are mostly water inside, right? When you have a vitamin or supplement that is oil based, most of that is not absorbed into your body. So, when we are paying a nice premium for a product, we want it to actually be absorbed into our body instead of excreting it all out.
A lot of the products you will find in the market are oil based products. They may have a carrier of MCT or hemp oil itself, there are a lot of different options that people use as carrier oils. 99% of the products in the market today are oil based formulas. Here’s what happens when you compare the two types:
I’ve heard a lot of people say that they have tried a CBD oil with dismal results. 9 times out of 10, if you tried a CBD product and weren’t happy with the results, it was an oil based formula and your body simply didn’t absorb enough cannabidiol.
Where your health is concerned, it’s important to find a top quality water soluble formula so that you get the full benefits of what you are putting into your body.
Some products, such as UltraCell full spectrum hemp CBD boast absorbency of up to 94% in clinical studies.
If you are one of the many who have tried CBD without amazing results, I suggest trying a water soluble formula to see the difference for yourself.
I hope this clears up some questions in your mind. As always, feel free to reach out to me with any lingering questions.