CBD Bioavailability

CBD Bioavailability

  What is Bioavailability? The term “bioavailability” refers to the quantity of a compound (including medicines or substances found in food) that enters the bloodstream when it is introduced into the body. When you use any product, it must first be transferred from the administration site into the bloodstream. The way you consume a product can affect how much of it becomes active in the body and how long the effects will last. This bioavailability describes the rate and total amount of a product that has an active effect once consumed or applied, and is measured as a percentage. Many popular routes of administration suffer from low bioavailability.   The bioavailability of CBD The chemistry of the specific substance being administered can have a significant effect on bioavailability. CBD is a lipophilic molecule (meaning that it is attracted to and dissolves in lipids, oils, and fats) and does not dissolve well (if at all) in water. Since the human digestive system is water-based, it does not breakdown and absorb lipids well. CBD has an extremely low absorption rate if is not attached to some sort of fatty molecule. Most CBD will simply pass through the digestive system. Many oral CBD…

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