Nano-technology is a hot topic these days, with some people saying it’s great and others predicting doom.
If nano-technology helps targeted nutrients enter the body for a better effect, it is good. It has the potential to revolutionize the way we deliver nutrients to the body.
However, if nano-technology helps the nutrients breach the natural protective barriers in the body, this may allow a dangerous amount of a natural ingredient into the body (kind of like an overdose) along with other micro-contaminants that are in the neighborhood. This could lead to potentially harmful effects.
Nano-technology is already being used in a range of products, from sunscreen to food packaging to nutritional supplements.
For example, nano-liposomal enhanced CBD has shown to be both effective and safe when taken at the recommended dosage. The nano-technology used to create this product helps to improve its efficacy and safety. When CBD is nano-enhanced, it means that the CBD molecules are wrapped in a thin layer of liposomes (Medium Chain Triglycerides – MCTs), aka healthy fats. This allows for better absorption into the bloodstream and helps to improve the overall effectiveness of the CBD. Additionally, this also helps to improve the safety of the product as it reduces the amount of CBD ingested. Nano-enhanced CBD is an exciting new product that has the potential to help many people with a variety of different conditions.