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Why CBD Water Is Not Really A Thing And May Even Be Dangerous

Can CBD water be dangerous? The answer is yes and the reason may just surprise you.

FORBES By Sara Brittany Somerset

Two identical drams of CBD from Avicanna’s laboratories demonstrate the lighter, pinkish one on the right was exposed to oxygen.© SARA BRITTANY SOMERSET

CBD water is a perfect example of capitalism at its phoniest. While plenty of companies are looking to cash in by claiming their products contain beneficial CBD, CBD water is the easiest example of how a fool and his money are soon parted…

Additionally, when the body needs the benefits of CBD right away, the efficacy of a .2mg serving is non-existent. GW Pharmaceuticals doses at five to ten milligrams per kilogram of body weight. That means a person who weighs 120 lbs (54.431kg) would theoretically need approximately between 272 and 554 milligrams of CBD per day, for the dose to be efficacious, as opposed to two.

“Besides, one milligram typically gets stuck to the bottles,” adds Azadian.

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According to Pop Sugar, another brand,  CBD Living Water, “has 2.5 milligrams of CBD per bottle, but due to the nano application, you can get up to nine times the effect — 22.5 mg.”

“That is a terrifically sloppy way of insinuating they have super bioavailability; and, at such a high implied rate as to be nearly impossible. At worst, it showcases a terrific lack of knowledge and is simply not responsible,” debunks Bunka.

Here is some additional information from research done on the degradation of Cannabinoids.

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