CBD was first made available to the public in the early 90s, but it wasn’t until more recently that its uses were recognized. The cannabinoid is popular thanks to how many different symptoms and conditions it can help with, although these claims are still largely based on anecdotal evidence. It’s also had some official research conducted into its effectiveness, which has given a bit more credence to its claims. The next step in CBD’s journey is becoming available as a ‘nano cbd‘ product, which could bring about some interesting changes in how it’s used and what sort of effects it has on users.

This release by the company makes their claims nano-sized CBD particles are 20 times smaller than the usual products and designed to be more easily absorbed by the human body. This change could make it twice as effective, according to their claims.

The next step in CBD’s journey is becoming available as a ‘nano’ product, which could bring about some interesting changes in how it’s used and what sort of effects it has on users. This release by the company makes their claims nano-sized CBD particles are 20 times smaller than the usual products and designed to be more easily absorbed by the human body. This change could make it twice as effective, according to their claims…

In all likelihood there’s nothing different about these products apart from their size and purity – they’re just using a different method to put CBD into a liquid that can be absorbed more easily by the body. People who have experience with vaping will know that the effects of a substance are just as much determined by how it’s used as its ingredients, so being able to absorb CBD more quickly may change how users react to it…

In all likelihood there’s nothing different about these products apart from their size and purity – they’re just using a different method to put CBD into a liquid that can be absorbed more easily by the body. People who have experience with vaping will know that the effects of a substance are just as much determined by how it’s used as its ingredients, so being able to absorb CBD more quickly may change how users react to it.

CBD Nano-Technology: Pseudoscience or Innovation?

CBD has exploded in popularity recently, garnering interest from scientists and consumers alike due to its many health benefits. While this non-intoxicating cannabinoid is entirely legal when made with hemp, it’s technically illegal in all 50 US states when derived from cannabis plants (in other words, marijuana). Despite the legality of CBD products themselves, companies have been busted for making false claims about what their CBD products can do, as far as treating or curing diseases. In addition, some companies have even been caught selling mislabeled and potentially dangerous CBD replacement products that contain little to no CBD. Consumer Reports recently tested a number of popular brands of CBD oil on the market and found some were severely lacking in the amount of CBD they claimed to possess.