Why Nano CBD is more effective for Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis or Osteo-Arthritis
Our new Nano-CBD Pain Freeze Roll-On is far more effective with all types of arthritis and joint and muscle pain.
Bottom line first – the more CBD (and other cannabinoids) that penetrates an affected area or joint, the more effective its impact is in reducing pain and inflammation.
Delivery method is critical to treatment success!
There are two main methods to deliver CBD into our systems:
- Liposomal CBD
- Nano-Emulsified CBD
After reading this piece, you’ll have a better understanding of what Liposomal CBD and Nano-Emulsified CBD are. This should better guide you in your purchasing decision.
The word ‘liposomal’ comes from two Greek words: ‘Lipos’, which means fat, and ‘soma’, which means body.
A liposome has a ‘fatty’ tail that helps the body absorb the nutrient or compound that is attached to a vitamin, pharmaceutical, or in this case CBD.
Scientists and doctors recognize liposomes as a potent means of delivering nutrients. But, while liposomal CBD is an effective means of absorbing CBD, there are other delivery methods that are much more effective, like Nano-emulsified CBD in our case.
Nano CBD - Bigger is not always better
The most important fact to understand about Nano-emulsified CBD is that it’s made up of molecules that are far smaller than those found in liposomal CBD (your regular CBD form of delivery).
Nano-emulsification is a process where the molecules of CBD are spun into tiny particles. The benefit of that is that these tiny particles pass easily through our body’s cell walls.
You see, our skin is like a super complicated filter that is meant to protect us. Well, that is a good thing, but it also means that delivering nutrients, vitamins or, in this case, CBD in an effective way, becomes a real challenge.
While regular CBD standard-size-particles will not be absorbed optimally, nano-CBD particles are so small they can penetrate the skin far more effective and find their way effectively onto the affected area.
Additionally, collectively, they have a greater surface area, allowing maximum absorption and efficacy into the body.
So, what do we mean by saying CBD particles are so small, yet collectively, they have a greater surface area? Here’s a simple visual explanation:
Imagine that a regular CBD molecule is a square with each side being 2-inch. Shape #1 below.
If we count the segments that make up the square’s circumference, we total 8-inch. Shape #2 below.
Now, if we break the original CBD molecule to smaller molecules, each ¼ the size of the original, we’ll get 4 CBD square molecules each with 1’’ sides. Shape #3 below.
If we count the segments that make up each square’s circumference, we get to 4-inch and since we have 4 such squares (molecules) we end up having a total surface area of 4X4=16’’. Shape #4 below.
So, at the bottom line, the surface area of the broken-down molecules is twice as big than the original bigger molecule.
And how all that connected to our case, well, a much larger surface area of the CBD molecule itself is able to enter the bloodstream, therefore, the body absorbs CBD more efficiently.
This is especially critical when we are talking about topicals. topical administration means application to body surfaces such as the skin or mucous membranes to treat ailments via a large range of classes including creams, foams, gels, lotions, and ointments.
when used as a method of delivering supplements, nano emulsified substances are absorbed at higher rates in the body than other methods of delivery.
The average size of a nano emulsify droplet of oil is 25 nanometers. In comparison, liposomal CBD is measured between 100 to 5,000 nanometers. That’s a major difference.
While liposomal is beneficial, nano emulsified CBD offers greater absorption.
So, what are the actual differences for you when looking at Liposomal CBD Vs. Nano-Emulsified CBD, well, good question.
As mentioned, nano-emulsified = greater absorption, and greater absorption means you need to use less to achieve the same effect as Liposomal. More of the CBD will be absorbed in your body so you don’t have to use as much.
Taking 3 mg of liposomal CBD is not the same as taking 3 mg of nano-emulsified CBD. Thus, you must take more of the liposomal CBD to get the same effect of the nano-emulsified CBD.
Consistency is key and that means an even dose with every serving. Your CBD oil should be even and stable throughout. Nano-emulsified CBD stays in a solution evenly, while liposomal CBD may produce an uneven mixture resulting in some doses having more CBD than others.
After reading all the above, we hope you have a better sense of what Nano-emulsified CBD is and give a try to our brand new Nano-CBD Pain Freeze Roll-On . It’s quick to penetrate and act on those aching muscles and painful joints. And if you want to dive deeper and better understand how exactly CBD (and other molecules) interact with our bodies read how does CBD work? What does CBD do? in our blog section.