CBD Powder

CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder
CBD Powder

CBD Powder

We all know the saying, oil and water don’t mix. Cannabinoids (CBD) are hydrophobic oily substances and, as such, are not naturally water soluble. We’re proud to say that our research and development team has overcome this obstacle using breakthrough technology that makes CBD water soluble.

Water Soluble CBD Powder – Passion Fruit Flavor
Nano-encapsulated hemp extract
With naturally occurring CBD
25 mg Per Serving
30 Stick Packs Per box
On-The-Go size, Convenient, Handy and ready for your next bottle of water!
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Our Broad-Spectrum, water-soluble
cannabinoid powder is made using
patent-pending liposome delivery
technology providing:


Preventing nutrient degradation


Our products uses no artificial preservatives,
sweeteners or colors and is 100% vegan and gluten-free.


Improved taste of ingredients

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While liposomal delivery is not new, not all methods are created equal. Our products are made utilizing a patent pending nanoliposomal encapsulation process to encase CBD actives within brain-boosting lipids that are bio-identical to our cell membranes. This allows the nanoliposomes to more effectively deliver CBD actives at a cellular level. The results? Superior bioavailability, rapid onset, extended impact, and most importantly—truly satisfied customers.

Making Water Soluble CBD Bioavailability Successful 

In the last decade, more precise methods of extracting the bioactive compounds and isolates have been developed by cannabis supplement manufacturers. Manufacturers have successfully facilitated improved bioavailability and uptake, utilizing nanoemulsion technology. Most recently, nanoliposomal encapsulation technology has emerged as a more effective delivery method that makes therapeutic CBD even more bioavailable within the body.

How does nanoliposomal delivery supercharge bioavailability? 

The key to nanoliposomal delivery is in the protective layer of the nanoliposome’s phospholipids. First, it is important to understand the structure of phospholipids, as this holds the key to grasping how nanoliposomes work. 

In layman’s terms, each phospholipid molecule is made up of a circular “head” which likes water and a “tail” that does not. The heads are attracted to water while the tails try to avoid it, causing the phospholipids to arrange themselves in double layered lines where the heads are all outside, touching water, and the tails are “dry” in the encasement they’ve created. 

In an aqueous solution (i.e. water), the phospholipids automatically self-assemble into a double layer so the hydrophobic fatty acid tails (which like to stay dry) move away from water and turn inward; whereas the water-loving phosphate head moves toward the liquid by turning toward the middle of the double layer. This results in a closed, spherical structure called a “nanoliposome” with a hollow aqueous core surrounded by a double-layer (bi-layer) membrane, which encapsulates active CBD and other nutrients into these microscopic vesicles and protects them from digestive degradation and hydrolysis in the bloodstream until they are fused into the cells.

What is a nanoliposome? 

Around since the 70’s, Liposomal technology isn’t new. It’s derived from two Greek words: “Lipos” (which means fat) and “Soma” (which means body). It has been most commonly used in the form of intramuscular and intravenous medicine by hospitals . The liposome size is submicroscopic hence the prefix ‘Nano’. 

A liposome is a spherical vesicle resembling a cell with an outer shell comprised of fat-soluble phospholipids that protect the water and fat-soluble actives inside from degradation while en route to their destination. Since these phospholipids are bioidentical to our cell membranes, this outer “shell” functions the same way a human cell membrane does to protect its molecular center and inner compartments. 

One of the most important functions of phospholipids is to protect and regulate the transport of nutrients through the small intestine and into the blood stream targeting your cells. In this capacity, these molecules work as ‘gatekeepers’ and play an integral role in determining what goes in and out of the cell.

Other functions of phospholipids:

  • Allow cell membranes to be fluid, which helps cells to change shape, fuse with one another and adapt to environmental changes
  • Mimic our own cellular molecules to enable assimilation at the cellular level (for example, phospholipid molecules can bypass white blood cells without signaling an immune response (such as attacking a foreign pathogen or targeting the site of infection)
  • Protect cell membranes against oxidative damage caused by free radicals
  • Enable fusion of active nutrients through membranes of targeted cells at the molecular level