While using CBD products, you often come across the phrase: "increases bioavailability -" - but what exactly does that mean? What is bioavailability and why is it so important when using CBD products?
Bioavailability - the degree to which a substance or other substance is absorbed or becomes available at the site of physiological activity after administration - is the meaning given to you by the American Heritage Medical Dictionary.
Bioavailability in a nutshell
Bioavailability can be thought of as the degree and extent of CBD absorption into the bloodstream. In other words, the way CBD is consumed affects its absorption and distribution throughout the body. This is very important! This is a concept that every customer should understand and choose products that suit him accordingly.
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The route of administration of CBD products is diverse. CBD products can be inhaled, instilled into the mouth, vaporized, applied to the skin, or swallowed. However, the body absorbs CBD differently, so it depends on how it is given. The method chosen affects how long absorption into the bloodstream takes and how much CBD is available for absorption.
Edible gum candies and confectionery are popular way to consume CBD. In several studies, the most optimistic bioavailability rate when selecting this option was about 20%. This means that if someone ate 50mg of gum CBD candy, they would probably absorb only about 10 milligrams - 20% of the total dose. They are a fun and easy way to add CBD to your daily routine.
CBD oil tinctures are another common use of CBD. With this method, CBD is administered sublingually, holding it under your tongue for about sixty seconds before swallowing. Sublingual dosing of oil improves the bioavailability of CBD because the glands under the tongue absorb CBD and have a direct pathway to the bloodstream. The omission of the digestive system allows CBD molecules to enter the bloodstream quickly without first being metabolized by the stomach and liver.
CBD must be consumed directly with fat to increase its bioavailability of CBD. In the case of CBD oils, we use hemp oil. However, we have products where we have chosen coconut oil - you ask why? It's simple - with more than 80 per cent saturated fat, coconut oil is called the "almost perfect carrier of hemp" because the CBD binds easily to it. These fatty acids in coconut oil create a strong binding factor for cannabinoids and create a strong elixir that can be effectively absorbed into the bloodstream and transmitted to every part of the body. For CBD to work properly, it must be absorbed through the intestinal wall. Using CBD oil with coconut with other fats increases its efficiency even up to three times!
Inhaled CBD has a very effective rate of bioavailability. Whether you're vaporizing CBD herbs or liquid, these are products that are very popular now, and many prefer them because of how fast they work. When CBD is inhaled, the lungs absorb the compound immediately. Once the CBD passes through the lungs, it quickly enters the bloodstream and circulates through the body. While inhaling CBD is a quick and effective method, it is not for everyone. Some people are not sympathetic to vaporization and like to choose another method of taking CBD into their bodies.
Understanding the bioavailability of CBD allows consumers to decide what is important to them in the product. Gum candies or CBD chocolates are perfect if they want a fun and easy way to get a CBD. If speed and cost-effectiveness are paramount, a sublingual oil tincture or vaporizing product may be best. This knowledge also helps retailers understand why the supply of various forms of CBD is important to meet customer demand in their stores.
Eva is our business manager for Germany and EU. She takes care of our wholesale partners and development of the German market. Her passion, hard-work, and responsibility help the progress of Cannadorra and the hemp industry in general.
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