Hemp CBD Oil vs. Nano Full Spectrum CBD

Hemp CBD Oil vs. Nano Full Spectrum CBD

To better understand the differences between CBD oil and nano full spectrum CBD, we must first understand what CBD is. For those of us who don’t know, CBD or cannabidiol is one of over 60+ cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis. Both hemp and marijuana are types of cannabis, as this is the genus name under which all species of hemp and marijuana fall.

THC, or delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, is the best-known cannabinoid due, in large part, to its abundance in marijuana and its euphoric and psychoactive effects. The second most prevalent cannabinoid is CBD, and it’s found more abundantly in hemp. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t cause the feeling of high, but it was shown to have anti-inflammatory, neuroprotectant, antidepressant, analgesic, and antipsychotic effects. CBD is also the reason why some states have decriminalized cannabis for its medical use.

Hemp CBD Oil

CBD oil is from an organic substance that forms in hemp’s secretions (resin). Hemp CBD oil is different from hemp seed oil, as these are derived from the plant’s seeds and do not contain cannabidiol. To access Hemp CBD oils’ many health benefits; the female plants’ resin needs to be extracted using a solvent.

After the resin dissolves in the solvent, it is evaporated, leaving behind a concentrated extract. The blending of CBD extract with hemp seed oil or other types of carrier oils, help to facilitate ingestion.  CBD-rich oil does not contain THC.

Nano Full Spectrum CBD

Now that we know what CBD is, what it can do, and how CBD oil is developed; we need to look at Nano Full Spectrum CBD. In large, both are, more or less, the same, with the significant difference being that the latter is far more effective than CBD oil. Let’s understand why we need to look at the other terms found in its name.

Let’s start with the full spectrum. When CBD is referred to as full spectrum, it means that the CBD extract contains all the other cannabinoids found in hemp, like CBN (Cannabinol), Cannabidiol Acid (CBDA), CBG (Cannabigerol), and THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin), to name a few.

The term full spectrum comes in contrast to CBD isolate which refers to CBD being isolated from all other cannabinoids. For a time, experts believed that CBD in its isolated form was more potent than full spectrum. But more recent studies from the Lautenberg Center for General Tumor Immunology in Jerusalem have proven otherwise. Full range CBD provided higher levels of relief and when the dose increased, so did its effects, whereas CBD isolate did not offer the same results.

The term nano, on the other hand, refers to the size of the active ingredient particles. With the advancements made in nanotechnology, experts can reduce the size of the hemp oil extract lipid-particles to less than 100 nanometers (nm). That’s incredibly small! And because of their tiny size, these nanoparticles are 9 to 10 times more effective due to their 100% bioavailability. It means that the digestive and filtering organs in our bodies will not destroy the particles.


For greater effectiveness, Nano Full Spectrum CBD is a far better alternative than just Hemp CBD Oil. It utilizes the latest knowledge we have and makes use of state-of-the-art technology to ‘squeeze’ the last drop of CBD health benefits. For more information, feel free to check out our website or email us at info@rootorigins.com.

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