Extract, ZERO THC - 500MG CBD Isolate Sublingual 1 oz
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CBD Isolate Hemp Extract Sublingual
1 oz 500 mg = 30-16.6 mg of cbd $35.00
100% THC Free! "Zero THC" products, which were developed for the folks who are concerned about stringent employment drug testing. Now they can enjoy life a little more--thanks to the help from Hemp!
CBD Isolate from non gmo seed, organic, sun grown, solvent free extraction, triple lab verified.
Enjoy our 99+% pure, CBD Isolatel daily to fight major mind and body stresses without worrying about false-positive drug screenings.
WHY MCT Oil?
Alongside the quality of the CBD itself, the vape liquid matters when it comes to health, safety, and enjoyment. Each of the carrier liquids may have different side effects or important factors to take into account. That’s why you should do your research first.
The MCT in MCT oil stands for medium chain triglycerides. MCTs are partially man made fats, such as coconut oil or palm kernel oil. Even milk from mammals contains MCTs!
For vaping, these are all food grade oils. They have no flavor. Because of this, they are a favorite for many CBD Vape Oil users! MCT oil is a very popular carrier liquid for vaping CBD.
It is perhaps important to note that cannabinoids are fat soluble. They are stored in fat, and break down in fat. If you consume cannabinoids like CBD with fat, they may become more bioavailable. This increases the effect of the CBD in your body. You get more effect, but with the same amount of product as you’d need otherwise. This can be great for both your daily regimen and your wallet!
Saturated fats appear to be an important part of cannabinoid absorption. A high saturated fat content helps cannabinoids bind with the oil and enter the body.
Consider coconut oil, for example. With its many MCTs, it has a high saturated fat level. It can help the body process CBD. The liver will metabolize any MCT oil, which generally increases bioavailability.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration (FDA).