Don’t worry, you don’t have to magically transform into Bill Nye the Science Guy, to understand nanotechnology. We’ll break it down for you into easy to consume pieces. (You’ll soon appreciate this really good pun!)
What is good to know going into this post is that sometimes size does matter and that not all CBD is of equal quality. Pure Craft is leading the cannabis industry in creating the highest caliber CBD that takes advantage of nanotech.
If you’re curious about this cutting-edge advancement in CBD science — and how it benefits you — read on.
Never hear of heard of nanotech before stumbling upon this article? You’re probably not alone, especially since nano’s on the forefront of scientific research.
Nano’s short for nanometer. One nano is the same as one billionth (with a “b”) of a meter. (Yes, that’s a lot of zeros!) Don’t panic over the metric system; instead, check out these bits of trivia for some perspective:
Nanotechnology (aka nano or nanotech) is the “science of small.” It’s a relatively new field of applied research and development that enables us to manipulate the basic building blocks of substances. (We’re talking atoms and molecules, folks. Hence the “nano” part of its name.) So, this technology lets us transform normal-sized particles into much tinier ones.
Nanotech, where “tiny” is an understatement and “little” is good.
Nanotech seeks to exploit size for our benefit. The smaller particles nanotechnology produces can make substances more efficient, effective, active or bioavailable without altering their chemical structure. This opens up a world of possibilities.
Using nano, researchers are creating new and better products. For example, in the area of medicine, they’re improving drug delivery systems for compounds that are typically difficult for our bodies to absorb. This can result in patients having to take fewer pills or getting more positive effects from their meds. This can also translate into cost and resources savings.
Pure Craft uses nanotechnology to create the best CBD products on the market.
Fortunately for you, nanotech has found its way to the cannabis realm. Why’s this a big deal for you? Simply put, nano CBD is more bioavailable.
It’s actually a fairly simple concept. These are the basics:
Here are the biggest ways nanotizing the CBD in your products can benefit you:
Pure Craft has been riding the nano train — in the locomotive, not the caboose — for a long time. We saw its potential to disrupt (in a good way!) the CBD space and haven’t looked back since.
For several years, our management team and researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have been working to nanotize cannabinoids. Our goal from the start: Bring the most-bioavailable CBD to the market. Together, we’ve made great strides and created a fine selection of new nanotized CBD products.
That said, let’s take a look at what all that diligent effort has reaped. How, specifically, are Pure Craft CBD products superior to other products? The best way to illustrate this is with some numbers.
Pure Craft’s nano CBD is:
And don’t forget about how nano CBD might help your pets. We have a nano CBD water soluble for them, too!
Nanotech, or nano, is an applied science that seeks to improve substances by reducing their molecular size without changing their chemical structure. Smaller particles can be beneficial in many ways and researchers are leveraging this tech in many industries, like medicine and nutraceuticals.
As for CBD, nanotizing increases the bioavailability of the cannabinoids. This can make your CBD products work better. More efficient and effective CBD products can bring you speedier relief, save you money, and more.
Pure Craft offers a wide selection of products, all of which use only nano CBD.
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