Liposomes enable a quicker absorption of CBD in the body and a higher percentage of CBD delivered to the blood.
Sometimes itʼs the small things that make a huge difference, I’m talking about liposomes. They’re the revolutionary future of CBD technology! I know it sounds very chemical — but it is not! They’re completely natural compounds that can be found in every human body cell. Especially in the cell membrane (covering the cell). Liposomal CBD capsules offer an unprecedented bioavailability!
Interested? Let’s dive deeper…
About Our Liposomal CBD Capsules
Our Liposomal CBD Capsules with Black Seed oil are an exclusive Nordic Oil product made on a formula that enhances the effect of the CBD. The capsules contain Liposomal CBD, meaning that the CBD inside the capsule is combined with something called liposomes. Liposomes are like double-layered bubbles that protect the CBD from digestive enzymes and the first-pass effect through the liver which makes it 3 times more effective than regular CBD capsules.
What are Liposomes?
Liposomes are microscopic small containers that look like “bubbles” or small balls, that are used to transport active ingredients inside of them. The shell or layer of the liposomes is made of lecithin which is a phospholipid. Phospholipids are completely natural compounds that can be found in every human body cell. Due to the fact that liposomes are made of the same material as our body cells, the body recognizes them as “good” substances and allows them to merge with human cells. Only here, inside the cells, is the encapsulated CBD completely released. This results in an unprecedented bioavailability that neither traditional oil nor water-soluble CBD offers.
Why Use Liposomes To Deliver CBD?
The answer is simple: the liposomes ensure that the CBD remains more intact and protected when it reaches the body’s own cells. In this way, the CBD is also protected against the degradation of digestive enzymes. This improves the bioavailability of CBD up to 3 times more. It also works faster and has a longer effect, which by the end of the day means that you can take less and still get more effect.
Originally published at https://nordicoil.com on May 13, 2020.