As you may or may not know, CBD (cannabidiol) everything is having a moment. As someone who doesn’t even like to take Tylenol, it’s safe to say I’ve never had any interest in any type of CBD product. A few of my fellow editors, on the other hand, have taken CBD and found it helps to manage their anxiety and insomnia, to name a few benefits. While I’m not sure if I’ll ever be at the level of taking CBD oils, eating gummies, or enjoying any of the other goodies, I knew I could handle CBD water.
If you’re new to the game or just can’t keep up with all the latest products, CBD is an active compound found in marijuana and hemp. No need to worry — CBD is not psychoactive, meaning it won’t alter your brain function and get you “high”. The water that I drank had 2.5 milligrams of CBD per bottle, but due to the nano application, you can get up to nine times the effect — 22.5 mg.
The water is infused with a nano-cannabidiol molecule (the CBD becomes tiny droplets), which allows the CBD to pass through your intestinal barrier easier, allowing for better absorption. In the body, the CBD binds with the cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) that are involved with a variety of physiological processes. The water is also infused with d-ribose, vitamin B complex, and coenzyme Q10, and voila — CBD water is made.