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  • All About The Nano

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    Anthology Wellness

    You may already be familiar with the Adaptation Nano CBD formulations. Or you might have just stumbled upon this post and are wondering what is The Nano?

    The Nano Tincture

    Let’s Recap:

    The Nano is a water soluble hemp extract tincture. It’s a full spectrum product, which contains CBD, and other compounds such as CBG, CBN + CBC, along with a teeny tiny trace amount of under 0.3% THC. *

    Why are all those compounds present? We know they work better together as a team, and your endocannabinoid system needs that tiny trace amount of THC for optimal results.

    In case you're wondering, The 2018 Farm Bill allows hemp products to contain less than 0.3% THC, and hemp derived CBD products are legal in all 50 states. Some states do not allow smokable hemp (like Texas for example), but we don't sell hemp flower. Now, back to The Nano. 
    What makes The Nano so special?
    It’s water soluble. 
    You can add to any beverage (no blob of oil floating on top of your drink).
    And it works almost immediately due to the proprietary 75nm particle size.

    Instant Bioavailability

    Because it’s a nano-particle mixture, the CBD can get to your endocannabinoid receptors super fast. Our proprietary formula is made at 75nm particle size – a MUCH smaller particle than what other companies are doing, which means you actually require a less potent dosage for it to work. In other words you take less, and get nearly instant results when you take it.

    Bypasses Your Metabolism

    It’s nice to know that The Nano doesn’t have to be broken down by your digestive system, more specifically, your liver.

    SIDE NOTE:
    Will taking The Nano cause THC to show up on a drug test?
    
    Nope. Tried and tested. Even if you drink 10 bottles of Nano, which is expensive and wasteful. Please don't drink 10 bottles of Nano.

    So what do I do with The Nano?

    You can take it alone, under your tongue. It’s sweet and has a nice citrusy, herbal, hemp taste – all naturally derived, from our sustainably and organically Oregon-grown hemp. (We’re waiting on official Oregon Tilth certification).

    We prefer to add it to beverages. The tincture gets diluted enough that it won’t change your beverage’s flavor profile. Try it in a refreshing summer mocktail and see for yourself. 

    Adaptation Nano CBD water soluble tincture

    How much should I take?

    Everyone is different, and uses CBD for different reasons

    General consensus is that people start out with about 1/4th of a dropper-full, which is about .25ml of tincture. See how you feel in a few minutes, and up the amount if you need to. If you reach the desired effect at the 1/4th of a dropper-full, then try out taking less (otherwise you’re just wasting the product). 

    Let’s just say your body knows what to do with it.

    Nano vs Oil:

    We recommend actually taking both our hemp-derived CBD oil and The Nano.

    Establishing a daily regimen with your oil tincture can do wonders for you. It creates a ‘base’ if you will, which can keep your endocannabinoid system in balance. Taking your oil tincture regularly also has longer lasting effects.

    However, occasionally people experience flare-ups of their conditions, or heightened symptoms, and for that we recommend The Nano, as a supplement to your oil tincture, as needed.

    In some cases, you don’t want to take CBD every day, so instead you just take it when you experience a ‘flare-up’. Keep in mind that because of the small particle size, the tincture processes in and out of your system faster. 

    We also have customers who have found that they can take The Nano at a certain time of the day every day, and that works for them really well. It just depends on how you’re feeling.

    In case you’re looking for Adaptation CBD oil tinctures, see our formulations here.


    The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

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