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CBD Oil In Depth: Nanoemulsified Colorado Hemp Oil from Quicksilver Scientific


Hank Liers, PhD, talks about phytocannabinoids and their effects in the body. He considers the science behind liposomal, nanoemulsified Colorado Hemp Oil from Quicksilver Scientific, Inc. which makes it effective.

Nanoemulsified Colorado Hemp Oil uses non-THC (less than 0.3%) cannabidiol from natural hemp oil. Cannabidiol is the non-psychoactive part of the industrial hemp plant. Cannabidiol interacts with the body’s naturally occurring cannabinoid receptors to aid with pain relief and enhanced feelings of well being. The technology behind this liquid delivery method makes for precise dosing and immediate effect.

Because of the interaction of cannabidiol with these cannabidiol receptors, new research focuses on cannabidiol’s receptor-mediated neuroprotective, antiemetic, and analgesic properties, and its effect on mood and other aspects of mental health.

Research shows more than 1,000 genes are differentially upregulated by cannabidiol. In general, the effects turn up cell stress responses—including antioxidant defense and detoxification genes (mainly via EhRE/ARE-Nrf2 induction)—and downregulate many inflammation-mediating genes. These effects combined with cannabidiol’s NMDA-receptor-stabilizing effects, show promise for its use in calming the neuro-inflammatory responses accompanying neurotoxic and chronic illness states.

Quicksilver Scientific’s delivery system improves upon liposomal technology with smaller, more stable, single-layer spheres made from the highest-grade ingredients available. In addition to exceptional absorption rates, nanospheres like the ones produced by Quicksilver cross the blood-brain barrier, deposit their cargo intracellularly, and enhance lymphatic circulation of nutrients. Also, phospholipids composing the liposome shell feed cell membranes helping ensure proper function for absorption of the nutrient and excretion of cellular waste products and toxins.

DIRECTIONS: Take 1–4 pumps by mouth, holding for 30 seconds before swallowing. Repeat if needed. Four pumps contain 21 mg of Hemp Extract (seeds & stems) and 12 mg of Phytocannabinoid Diols.

Transcript (partial):

I’m Dr. Hank Liers of Health Products Distributors, Inc, the president and chief formulator. Today, I want to talk to you about a product called Colorado Hemp Oil from Quicksilver Scientific that we just love and we carry. #Colorado #Hemp #Oil contains phytocannabinoids. “Phyto” meaning plant and “cannabinoids” are a class of chemicals, and this is known as “CBD oil” to some people. It is derived from the industrial hemp plant.

The oil from the seeds and the stems contain a very high level of cannabidiol, which is a cannabinoid. In that same material, there are other cannabinoids, as well, which are very safe, and probably work together with CBD for some of the health benefits CBD is well known for.

A liposome has a number of components. If you see the diagram, and look at the structure of a liposome, they start with fatty acids. The fatty acids in the diagram are those yellow things that look like strings on the phospholipid. In Nature, they appear as triglycerides, which means you have a glycerol molecule, which is three carbons, and a fatty acid is attached to each of those. That’s what a triglyceride is. If, on a triglyceride, you take off one of those fatty acids, on the end—one end or the other—and you put a phosphatidyl choline molecule on it, and that’s a molecule that has a phosphate group and a choline group. That particular element, it loves water. It is called “hydrophilic” [water-loving]. And of course, fats, which are those stringy things in the middle, are “hydrophobic.” They don’t like water, they float on water.

When you make a phospholipid, you have a hydrophobic end and a hydrophilic end. When you put them in water, they form a membrane. It is a bilayer membrane. That’s what you see on the left. You’ll see the two little balls on the ends, which are the hydophilic, water-loving parts, and in the middle you’ve got the fatty acid part, which is hydrophobic. When you put those together in the water, you form a bilayer membrane sphere. That’s what happens in the human body. Your cell membranes are built this way. You have a membrane of phospholipids covering that cell, not completely because there are many proteins and other functionalities there. But it could be 30-50% of the cell membrane, is the phospholipid. What you see in the middle is water. You can dissolve many things in water, like glutathione, B vitamins, and vitamin C. This liposome you see can be a carrier for many materials, and deposit that [intracellularly], bypassing the digestive system. You can get very high levels of absorption using this liposomal technique.


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