What Is Bioavailability & Why Does It Matter In CBD
  • December 12, 2019
  • CBD
  • by Priscotty Pure Blogger
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What Is bioavailability?

Bioavailability is a term used in pharmacology that refers to the rate at which a drug is absorbed in the body. Thus Bioavailability in CBD is the rate at which CBD is absorbed in the body.

How Does Bioavailability Affect CBD?

Studies show that products with higher bioavailability are more effective. CBD is extracted from the Hemp plant as an oil. Oils are hydrophobic, they have poor water-solubility and low bioavailability. The human body is made up of 70% water. Oil and water do not mix. The body is poor at absorbing CBD (cannabidiol) in its traditional oil form.

How Is CBD Bioavailability Increased?

In order to reap the benefits of CBD, the oil must be nano-emulsified. The nanoemulsion process (nanotechnology) makes the CBD water-soluble by encapsulating (breaking down) the fat-based nutrients into 0.0000001 meters i.e. 100 nanometers. These small droplets allow the intestines of the body to absorb the CBD 1000% (10x) better!

Priscotty Pure’s CBD Products Have A High Bioavailability!

All Priscotty Pure CBD products have a very high bioavailability due to our proprietary nano-emulsification processes. Studies show our CBD powder absorbs 1000% (10x) better than any CBD product on the market today. As a result, our customers receive superior therapeutic benefits!

Let Priscotty Pure Water-soluble CBD take care of your health and mental wellbeing so you can focus on living your best life!

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