How is Nano CBD Made?
Nano CBD is a pure extract of cannabidiol or CBD. It is known as a dietary supplement. If you know much about the cannabis plant, then you would be aware that this particular extract contains no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is what makes people high. There are several other cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, each with its own benefit. For example, the cannabinoid called THCV is known to reduce anxiety in some people. Although CBD is not psychoactive like THC, it does have many of the same benefits without any of the high associated with smoking weed.
CBD comes from the cannabis Sativa plant. The strain known as hemp has some of the highest naturally occurring CBD content. Other strains contain more THC than CBD. The cannabinoid doesn’t have to be extracted from the whole plant, however. It is also possible to extract only the cannabidiol compound. This process typically uses chemical solvents which can leave residual traces in the finished product.
Nano CBD oil on the other hand is an extract of cannabidiol. It uses water as a solvent to ensure that no chemical residue is left in the finished product. The resultant extract is far closer to nature than one made with chemical solvents. So now you may be wondering, how is Nano CBD oil made?
The secret behind the Nano CBD experience is how finely the extract is ground. The production process begins with the drying of the plant material. This entails hanging it until all of the water has evaporated. Once that happens, it will be time to grind up the dried flowers, stems, and leaves into a fine mixture.
The next step in Nano CBD oil extraction uses an industrial ethanol solution. The ethanol dissolves all of the beneficial THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids into the solution. This is then filtered to remove any plant matter that was ground up during the drying process.
Next, is a purification step where carbon dioxide (CO2) gas is introduced under high pressure and low temperatures. This turns it from being an ethanol-based solution into a thick paste that contains cannabinoids.
Once it has been turned into this paste, there is one more purification step before it can be used to make Nano CBD oil. It is passed through a rotary evaporator under low temperatures and reduced pressure. This removes all of the ethanol while allowing the CO2 gas to leave behind the cannabidiol cannabinoid.
Finally, the paste is heated to further purify it so that there are no contaminants left in the finished product. This heating process also activates the nano-sized CBD molecules which will allow them to permeate through your skin at an increased rate for quick relief of pain and inflammation. A high-pressure homogenizer machine is then used to break up the molecules into smaller groups called nanoparticles. This increased surface area increases the rate at which they can be absorbed by your cells.
Once this is complete, the paste is turned back into a liquid and filtered one more time to remove anything that didn’t get broken down during the heating process. What you will be left with is a coconut oil-based product that contains pure Nano CBD. This will be the final product before it is packaged and shipped to your doorstep.