Oil/Water Cannabis Emulsions – Nanoemulsions are emulsions with small droplet size which have several attractive properties for cannbinioid formulations including a higher degree of clarity, stability and low viscosity. Also, nanoemulsions produced by ultrasonic processing require lower surfactant concentrations allowing for optimal taste and clarity in beverages.
To assist the absorption of the active substances of cannabis into the digestive system vegetable oils (i.e. coconut or olive) can be used. For optimal absorption, cannabis extracts are mixed into oil and then further processed into an emulsion. For cannabis oil emulsions, lecithin is a common emulsifier.
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WHAT IS CBD OIL?
CBD or cannabidiol is among the 104 chemical compounds called cannabinoids that occurs naturally in the Cannabis sativa or marijuana plant. CBD is extracted from the flowers and buds of the cannabis plant; however, it is non-psychoactive as it does not contain the chemical THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which produces the “high” caused by marijuana. When CBD is extracted from the cannabis plant, it is then diluted with a carrier oil such as hemp seed oil or coconut oil and this is known as CBD Oil.
Is CBD Oil Water-Soluble?
By nature, CBD oil is not water-soluble. As with any compound that naturally occurs as oil when extracted, if you try to combine it with water it will simply separate. That isn’t to say that water-soluble cannabidiol (CBD) doesn’t exist; in fact, this year has seen an increasing number of companies offering CBD products which are specifically suitable for combining with liquid.
To understand why water-soluble CBD is gaining popularity amongst producers and buyers alike, you’ll first need to know a little bit more about bioavailability.
What Is CBD Bioavailability?
CBD bioavailability has been a largely overlooked subject until fairly recently. With growing competition in the cannabis industry, CBD manufacturers are now looking to create products which offer more value for the consumer’s buck.
Defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the degree and rate at which a substance (such as a drug) is absorbed into a living system or is made available at the site of physiological activity”, bioavailability is a complicated term to explain a simple concept. Bioavailability speaks to how quickly and efficiently the body absorbs and uses a substance.
Bioavailability is an important consideration across a range of products and industries, with vitamin, pharmaceutical, and supplement companies working relentlessly to offer the most bioavailable products they can manufacture.
When products are not optimized for bioavailability, only a fraction of the desired compounds are absorbed and used by the body. This means the consumer isn’t receiving the fullest benefits, and the manufacturer is essentially wasting product.
When it comes to CBD, maximizing certain products’ bioavailability—and in turn, value—means producing water-soluble cannabidiol.
If a drug or supplement is not water-soluble, it is in a form that is much less available to your body than it would be otherwise. Your body is made primarily of water: Your brain is 80% water, your cells are 90% water, and your blood is 85% water. So if a compound cannot dissolve in water, it’s no surprise that your body will have difficulty processing it.
Water-soluble CBD is up and coming right now, but will likely become much more mainstream because it presents cannabidiol in a format that’s more easily, quickly, and effectively absorbed by the body than other CBD delivery formats.
How Does Your Body Process CBD?
The way that your body processes CBD depends largely on the product you take and the method in which you take it. Let’s explore some of the most common options.