Water Soluble CBD Isolate
With water soluble CBD, you can create CBD coffee, CBD water and even CBD infused kombucha. The naturally grown hemp contained less than 0.2% THC and it’s extracted from the hemp plant to create pure CBD isolate at above 99%.
Our isolate is converted into water-soluble emulsions in both liquid and powder form in a variety of concentrations and utilized in a variety of applications, including ready to drink beverages (RTD’s), shots, powders (e.g. stick packs), etc.
<0.01% THC Not Detected*
Available sizes: 1kg – 1000kg / month
Potency: 4% / 10 % & 20% CBD
Ingredients: 99% Pure CBD Isolate
Non-Detect Disclaimer: THC is inherently present in trace amounts in hemp plants. We test our products to confirm that the presence of Δ-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-9-THC) and Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA) are non-detectable (none detected above the requisite limits of detection for each product type); however sensitivities of drug testing methodologies may vary.
CannMedProducts Water Soluble CBD Isolate is a nano-emulsified liquid concentrate that is dispersible in almost any beverage or liquid food. Formulated with pure CBD isolate, it contains no detectable THC or additional cannabinoids. Our water soluble CBD’s ease of use, long shelf-life stability and minimal impact on flavour and mouthfeel make it the ideal CBD beverage solution.
At CBD Hemp Experts, we offer the most advanced technology and techniques to process our 100% US-Grown Hemp. All of our Hemp is organically grown and non-GMO. Our lab specializes in water soluble nano powders and liposomal nano emulsion liquids. This Spray Drying Process is one of many things that sets us a part from the competition.
Since many of today’s natural compounds are only stable in a crystalline form, they often display poor aqueous solubility and low dissolution rates, thus reducing the bioavailability of the phytocannabinoids and slowing absorption. The spray drying process can co-precipitate the phytocannabinoids with a polymer in a stable amorphous solid dispersion, resulting in greatly improved dissolution rates. Spray drying has the potential to open doors for new, important solutions that are currently shelved due to low bioavailability.
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