About us

Producers of CBD infused fruit juice sparkling water in Bend, OR.

contains: 10mg/16oz |  hemp cbd (cannabidiol) isolate | nano-emulsified

derived from organically grown, non-GMO, USA-raised hemp. THC-Free  

The proprietary extraction process and third-party batch testing ensure consistent and accurate levels of cannabidiol and confirm purity of product. No heavy metals, solvents, microbes, or contaminants. 

The unique, water-soluble, nano-emulsified formula maximizes bioavailability, increasing absorption by 3-5 times more than standard hemp oil cbd.

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Nano Enhanced (amplification, emulsification)

Nano-enhanced (amplification, emulsification)

With the rapid growth of the CBD industry and constant advances in its technology, there are a lot of terms floating around that are unfamiliar. 

“Nano-enchanced CBD” or nano-CBD, is one of them. While the science and biological make-up of CBD is the subject of much research, it can be broken down into simple terms. 

The clustered CBD isolate molecules are broken down into smaller, individual molecules providing bioavailability and efficiency.

Because the particles in nano-CBD are so much smaller than in typical products, the nano-particles are free to move through the body and cross the blood-brain barrier with ease.

The formation of nano-CBD produces particle sizes below 100nm, which some people would call “nanotech” just because of the size.

Nano-enchanced is what makes all-natural CBD isolate become water-soluble, absorbable and more bio-available. Typically with CBD products, 90% or more of the CBD is wasted because the body cannot absorb it. That’s because CBD particles, like all cannabinoids, measure about 2,000 nanometers. Human cells can only absorb particles of 60-80 nanometers. 

A cell cannot fully utilize a particle larger than itself. These lipid particles are very similar to particles the body makes, called chylomicrons, to move triglycerides. And down the rabbit hole, we go! 

If you want to know more, reach out an ask! We are really into this stuff! 

Bottom line: the smaller particles created by nanotech can mean better absorption, bioavailability and less use of a product for a better result.

 

CBD

Cannabis produces a family of molecules called phytocannabinoids (or just cannabinoids for short). These plant-based cannabinoids, of which there are more than 100, mimic compounds naturally made in the human body called endocannabinoids. Cannabinoids bind to cannabinoid receptors on the surface of cells throughout the body, especially in the major organs. Each cannabinoid regulates a variety of functions within those cells including metabolism, pain response, inflammatory response, and so on.

Plants in the genus Cannabis are complex systems that produce more than 400 different compounds. Not all of those compounds are unique to cannabis and appear in many other species of plants. That’s why cannabis can smell like pine trees or taste like fresh lemons. Of those 400 compounds, more than 100 of them are specific to cannabis. These compounds are called “cannabinoids.” 

Not all cannabinoids are created equal. One of them: cannabidiol, or CBD, is what we’re here for.

Cannabinoids are botanical chemical compounds. All living things are born with cannabinoid receptors in the brain and throughout the body, so we are hard-wired to receive them.

Perhaps the only thing more complex than the biochemistry of CBD is its pharmacology. The interaction of CBD with the human body is exceedingly intricate.

CBD interacts with the body through the endocannabinoid system. Found in all mammals, the system is made up of millions of cannabinoid receptor sites located primarily throughout the brain, central nervous system and immune system. The system is used for neural communication in the body. 

First discovered in the late 1980’s, the endocannabinoid system regulates the body’s homeostasis, or general state of balance. This elaborate network of our immune system is an important regulatory network in the human body. 

To put things simply, CBD can make things happen. When it binds to the endocannabinoid system’s receptors, it can stimulate all kinds of changes in the body.