Nano CBD vs. regular CBD oil: What’s the difference?

Article by Express CBD Store.

Is nano CBD poised to become the next big trend in health and wellness, or is it just a marketing gimmick? To answer that question, we have to look at how nano CBD works and how different it is from regular CBD oil.

As you might have guessed because of the name, the particles in nano CBD oil are much smaller than those in regular CBD oil. This is done to make the particles water soluble and easier for the body to absorb. Regular CBD oil has a harder time mixing with water, and it takes longer for the body to emulsify the oil’s CBD and move it into the bloodstream. The idea behind nano CBD is that your body will absorb more CBD and it will take a shorter time for you to feel the CBD’s effects. But is there any truth to this idea?

A couple of studies have already suggested that the body is much better at absorbing and using nano CBD than regular CBD oil, so there is some support for the idea that nano CBD is a more efficient method of consumption. But there are still things to consider before you make the switch to nano CBD.

Nano CBD oil can be less affordable than other CBD products, and it may not be worth it to pay extra for nano CBD when regular CBD oil is working just fine for you. There is also a significant amount of misinformation and scams related to products labeled as nano CBD, so do your research and make sure your product actually works before buying it.

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Almond Butter vs Peanut Butter – Which Is Better?

Almond butter is getting more and more popular nowadays, but I always wondered, which was better. Peanut butter has been popular for as long as I can remember and I have always been a fan. If you compare, you will actually find several nutritional differences between almond butter vs peanut butter.

Each of them has its individual advantages. Almonds are highly nutritious and just like peanut butter; almonds are crushed and then turned to paste. It is a good source of fiber and contains protein. It also contains high amounts unsaturated fat. What some consider good fats, as opposed to the very unhealthy saturated fat.

Peanut butter on the other hand is a good source of folate, magnesium, fiber, proteins and vitamins. Magnesium is important and is known to help maintain normal muscle and nerve function, in addition to supporting a healthy immune system. It also helps to regulate blood pressure and blood sugar.

When deciding between the two, Almonds contribute less acidity to the body and peanuts have also been known to cause allergies, even though most people don’t realize they are allergic because the reactions are small. Nutrition wise, almond butter offers a bit more than the peanut butter.