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CBD Capsules

CBD Capsules
According to the pharmaceutical definition of a capsule, it is a solid and accurate way to consume a prescribed dosage. The drug itself is in pill form, but the supplement or medicine is enclosed in a hard or soft soluble container. This container is usually made out of gelatin. Capsules are commonly used when the drug is incapable of being compacted into a solid (pill).

CBD Pills

CBD Pills
Unlike the capsule, there is nothing interesting about the pill. It is simply a medication and/or drug that is tightly compressed into a round solid form with the intention of making it as small as possible in hopes to make it easier to swallow.
Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil CBD Gel Caps
Hemp Oil Gel caps are extremely similar in comparison to capsules because they are both enclosed by an outer shell, usually gelatin, which is exactly how they got their name. Gelatin Capsules = Gel Caps!  The deciding factor of difference here is the oil.  You should never find regular capsules (two shells) hold hemp oil inside of it, that leads to leakage. Instead, you should expect a see-through shell with a darkened gold tint.  This is a standard hemp oil gel cap.


When you place an order for your edibles online or buy them in-person at a local store, these products are safe as long as you buy them from the right supplier or manufacturer. Basically, the only thing to worry about when ordering edibles online is the accuracy of the order and the quality of the product.

Most CBD products are safe because they contain cannabidiol in high amounts. This takes away the unwanted psychoactive effects of THC. Taking more CBD edibles reduces munchies, memory lapses, and drowsiness.

Cannabidiol edibles are a perfect start for you if you are just starting to use CBD. That’s because they take time to have effects on the body and their effects tend to be milder and long lasting. Because the edibles have a modest or medium amount of cannabidiol, it’s important that you find out the CBD level in the edibles that you purchase.

It’s advisable that you buy edibles with low-cannabidiol at first so that your body can tolerate the product. Once certain that you are ready to use a stronger variety, choose an edible with a higher amount of cannabidiol.

You should eat the edibles at night or in the evening because they will relax you to a level where you will want to sleep. Generally, consuming these edibles does not require special knowledge because they come with all the information you need to use them properly including the amount of CBD per serving.

Nevertheless, it’s important that you talk to your doctor about the use of CBD edibles especially if you have a medical condition or using some medications.


CBD water is, simply put, an infusion of water and CBD. Although defining this CBD product may be simple, how it is made is what many people find interesting. To break it down for those interested in the science behind this refreshing thirst quencher, this perfectly balanced 7.4 PH water is produced using Quantum physics.

We know that may have been one of the 10-pound textbooks you left in the bottom of your locker, but to refresh your memory, quantum theory deals with science on the smallest scales and energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. This science is used to break down CBD particles to form nanoparticles (one-millionth of their original size!) so they can be evenly encapsulated in a water cluster, which can in-turn be infused easily into water. This process homogenizes the mixture effectively to produce water that acts like a bioavailable CBD source.

In this Nano form, CBD can easily penetrate the tissues like the blood-brain barrier and the digestive tract more effectively. No need to break out your Bunsen burners and lab coats, the science is done for you and all you need to do to feel the effects is to drink it.


Why Should You Drink Cannabidiol Water

People consume medicinal CBD in a wide variety of forms, from eating CBD gummies, taking CBD capsules, vaping drips through pen type devices, using topical creams and CBD oil, etc.  However, a percentage of the CBD that is consumed in some of these forms is lost along the way. In some cases, especially with some of the more inexpensively made products, up to 90% of CBD that is consumed can be lost because of poor bioavailability. Pure CBD water on the other hand, contains CBD particles that have already undergone the quantum physics process we discussed above, creating those nanoparticles that improve its retention and maximum use by the body. Experts from your 9th-grade science teacher, to scientists from your favorite shows like The Doctors and Bill Nye (yes, the science guy!) can attest to the vast research that has shown that Nano-sized nutrient particle delivery could be the most effective way to introduce nutrients in your body.


The Benefits of CBD Infused H20

Using CBD water means that the user receives a healthy dose of beneficial and useful CBD and water. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid (so to answer another common question: NO, CBD water will not get you high like THC products.) You don’t have to have the giggles or the munchies, or smell like you just hot-boxed your Honda civic behind the gym at lunch break to benefit from the positive effects of this Cannabidiol product. CBD has been shown in many studies to alleviate the symptoms that are associated with many medical conditions.



CBD isolate is used as a dietary supplement for a wide range of health benefits including migrainesPTSDpain, and many others. These isolates are no way, shape or form, a lab-made or synthetic cannabinoid.  These are all-natural CBD products that are extracted from organic hemp plants and eventually refined to incredible purity levels.

How Is It Made & What Are The Benefits?

CBD isolate is derived from the hemp plant via various processes. These processes make extraction and isolation of CBD possible. Typically, the process of producing CBD isolate starts with growing hemp organically. This is not the cannabis strain that gets users high. The isolate is produced from a commercial-grade, industrial hemp. Basically, this is the cannabis that is grown to produce maximum biomass. It’s important to note that hemp is different from marijuana that is found in the streets and used by people that want to get high. However, both hemp and marijuana are technically similar plants. The only difference is that hemp has THC in low amounts and CBD in high amounts.

The actual process of making CBD isolate commonly starts with a CO2 extraction which leads to the extraction of resins and oils from hemp. The winterization process that leads to the separation of lipids follows and removal of extraneous plant matter is eventually done. What remains after this is pure CBD isolate.




CBD oil refers to a natural botanical concentrate that is derived from the seeds and stalks of cannabis plants. This oil has a high concentration of cannabidiol, also known as CBD. Out of the identified cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, cannabidiol is the second most common after THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. However, unlike THC, cannabidiol is non-psychotropic. That means its use does not cause the euphoric high effect like traditional marijuana and THC products do.

Cannabidiol oil is extracted from the varieties of cannabis plants that have CBD occurring naturally in large amounts and THC in low amounts. To ensure a high concentration of CBD in the oil, a specialized process is used to extract the compound. The oil contains other compounds like terpenes, omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids, chlorophyll, vitamins, and phytocannabinoids like cannabigerol, cannabichromene, cannabidivarin, and cannabinol.



CBD vape oil refers to concentrated cannabidiol oil in liquid form that is heated and inhaled via a vape pen, a vaporizer, or an E-cigarette. This oil is generally bought in a bottle and used to refill a vaporizer. It can also be purchased in form of a one-time use cartridge for a vape pen. CBD vape oil is an ideal option for you if you are concerned about drug test or getting too much THC. That’s because cannabidiol vape oil from all-natural cannabis plants has active CBD components which do not cause the psychotropic effects that are associated with THC or tetrahydrocannabinol.

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