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Hemplucid Water Soluble
What is water soluble? How does it work? How does it taste?
All perfect questions to understand why Hemplucid’s Water Soluble CBD is a fan favorite of coffee and tea drinkers alike.
What is WATER SOLUBLE?
Quite simply, water soluble means, dissolvable in water.
Similar to how sugar melts in your coffee or tea. It blends in nicely without any separation.
Isn’t CBD OIL, just that? Oil? How does it not separate in liquids?
Hemplucid uses their own in house nano-emulsification process. Yes, they microscopically encapsulate their CBD to keep the formula from separating in liquids. This very process is the reason why it works better than other ingestibles.
How does water soluble work?
As stated above, the nano-emulsification breaks down the big oil blob that would be sitting in your stomach. Why break it down? Simple. Your body cannot readily absorb huge amounts of oil at one time. It would take quite a while to digest and feel the effects, if there was a glob of oil in your stomach.
The smaller the CBD particles are, the better absorption rate within your stomach and intestinal walls. This provides for quicker and more effective means of administration. That’s why customers are loving the quick and long lasting effects of Hemplucid Water Soluble for their daily relief.
How does it taste?
Given the nature of the full spectrum formulation, Hemplucid’s Water Soluble CBD is quite the earthy flavor. It has a decent “hemp” like flavor with a bit of sweetness. Those that are turned off by the taste of hemp or marijuana, will be able to enjoy the benefits if mixed with another earthy concoction like coffee or tea. The dark murky nature of the liquid is to showcase that the whole plant is being used to make the product. It’s a very thick liquid, 100% Vegetable Glycerin.
Why is coffee a good pairing?
Caffeine works with our brains and bodies in a few different ways.
First, it keeps the inhibitory neurotransmitter adenosine from doing its thing. Adenosine binds to receptors in your body to depress your system, causing drowsiness and sleepiness.
Caffeine keeps this from happening because your body thinks caffeine looks like adenosine. It can’t tell the difference, so caffeine tricks your body and replaces a depressing chemical with one that’s a stimulant.
The result is faster nerve cells. This causes your body to produce more of the hormones adrenaline and dopamine.
This is why coffee makes you feel good and alert.
In addition to making your mind sharp, research suggests caffeine may help with the following health issues:
- Cavities in teeth
- Medicine efficiency (such as acetaminophen)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Preventing diabetes
- Weight loss
It’s not all rainbows and butterflies with coffee, however.
People’s bodies react to caffeine differently, causing many people to feel anxiety and stress due to increased body function. Plus, caffeine stays in your system much longer than you think, meaning an afternoon coffee may cause you to lose out on some deep sleep.
The FDA suggests moderate caffeine ingestion, with 400 milligrams considered the bottom line of an excessive amount.
Whether you’re in this range or not, you may be able to curb the negative side effects of caffeine while still reaping its benefits by adding CBD (win-win!)
The reason CBD seems to pair well with coffee is its ability to decrease anxiety and increase focus while adding a huge list of add-on benefits.
Rather than thinking of CBD making you feel a certain, heightened way, think of CBD as decreasing the negative feelings in your mind or body. If you feel pain, it may decrease pain. If you feel depressed, it may decrease depression.
You won’t necessarily drink a cup of CBD coffee and feel like Superman or the picture of euphoria, but you may notice that it takes off an edge while providing many other subtle health benefits.
So, adding CBD to your coffee may allow you to feel sharp and productive without the jitters or anxiety often associated with the heightened mental state of caffeine.
It’s important to consider CBD quality and dosage before ingesting it, in your coffee or otherwise. Check out this article about dosage and consult your doctor if you have any health issues.
Multiple Administration Methods
You can self medicate with Water Soluble in 3 ways
- In liquids (as mentioned ad nauseum above)
- Sublingually (under your tongue like a tincture)
- Vape/Inhale (since it’s a very high viscous liquid, make sure your device can handle it)