CBD-infused water is the latest product to hit the market and it could be the next trend to sweep the cannabis scene.
Given that another natural wonder, cannabidiol (CBD) is finally being given validity in the medical world, it was only a matter of time before good ol’ H2O and CBD joined forces to give us CBD water.
In general, CBD is often thought of as the non-psychoactive complement to THC. That’s because it helps mellow out and counteract some of the potentially negative effects of THC. But beyond that, it also produces a range of powerful effects on its own. So far, research has found that CBD can provide treatment for a number of health conditions. As evidence, here’s a quick rundown of what CBD can do:
- It can be used as an anti-seizure medicine.
- CBD has anti-inflammatory properties.
- CBD is a “neuroprotectant.” That makes it an effective way to treat symptoms associated with a variety of neurodegenerative diseases.
- It can be a powerful pain-reliever.
- Recent studies suggest that CBD may be an effective anti-tumor agent.
- CBD also has antipsychotic properties.
- It can help reduce anxiety.
- CBD can help those dealing with PTSD.
- CBD water brings all these health and medicinal properties together into a discreet, convenient, easy-to-use format.
You can drink it straight. Alternatively, you can add it to other drinks or snacks to turn pretty much anything you want into a CBD-infused edible.
CBD water can go a long way towards administering proper, ongoing doses of the cannabinoid for those who deal with chronic ailments such as, inflammation, pain and anxiety disorders. There are also huge potential benefits for athletes who may not only hydrate, but minimize the inflammation, pain, and stress placed on the body.
You might be wondering whether you can simply make your own CBD and water concoction at home. CBD oils and tinctures added to water may do some good, but given that water and oil don’t mix, utilizing CBD crystals that dissolve in water might be your best bet if you’re going that route.
Making CBD-infused water is actually a lot more complicated than it might at first sound. This means that cannabis companies had to come up with another way of making it happen. As a result, many CBD water products rely on “nano technology.”
Given how easy CBD water is to use, dose, and consume, CBD water could very well become the next big trend in cannabis.