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cbdSeptember’s Wordsmith – CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear!

September’s Wordsmith – CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear!

“CBD bioavailability goes nuclear because it is that important to understand in your journey to CBD hemp flower wisdom.”

Dr. Strains CBD “Falls” for Outstanding Hemp Flowers

Green Crack Hemp Flower

HHC is a hemp flower cannabinoidThis hemp flower strain features a strong gassy mango with citric overtones, accompanied by pine and pepper undertones. Green Crack Hemp Flower is ideal for daytime use as well as for people with low tolerance levels. This Green Crack hemp flower strain is 40% Indica and 60% Sativa as well as a content of 17.5% of the infamous cannabinoid CBD. This product is real, it is not a joke but is an exquisite hybrid of Green Crack and California Orange CBD Cross.


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Blue Dream D8 Flower

This Blue Dream D8 is a must have for any and all smokers at $29.99 to $44.99! Blue Dream D8 is a Sativa dominant hybrid offering cerebral effects along with body relaxation. Users have reported feeling enthusiastic and uplifted. If you are looking for a flavorful smoke, this strain may be for you. It has undertones of berry, leaving you with a blueberry aftertaste.  This delicious flower and much, much more is at Dr. Strains CBD brick-and-mortar store and online.


  • In the Beginning
  • Oral Consumption
  • Inhalation Method
  • Considering the 1st Pass
  • Dr. Strains CBD Reference Blog
  • Dr. Strains CBD Product Promotion

Bioavailability increases also when you use the highest grade of CBD bud. The dispensary salesperson will be able to give information regarding is purity. Bioavailability is about two things – the potency of what you consume, smoke or vape and the method you consume, smoke or vape.  So, when you are purchasing your CBD product, it is important to be attentive to the potency. Ask for the Certificate of Analysis (COA) of the product to confirm its potency.

CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear – In the Beginning

There are two ways to improve the bioavailability rate.  One way to improve the bioavailability rate is to consume CBD sublingually that way it enters the metabolic system via the sublingual gland under the tongue. The CBD can be delivered in this manner with oil, tincture, spray or lozenge so that it can impact the body more quickly and effectively.

The second way to ingest CBD with the highest bioavailability is to eat it with foods that enhance bioavailability. A small study done at a University lab suggests that fatty acids taken with the CBD increase its bioavailability because they act as binding agents meaning that the dose of CBD is able to attach to them and be metabolized effectively into energy.

CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear – Considering 1st Pass

The 1st pass effect or 1st pass metabolism refers to drug metabolism if that drug is consumed orally. This also applies to CBD consumption even though not referred to as a drug. When CBD is consumed orally, its potency is greatly reduced before it reaches your systemic circulation. Part of the potency is lost during the digestive system process and part is absorbed in the liver and gut wall.

When a drug is swallowed, it is absorbed by the digestive system then through the hepatic portal and is carried through the portal vein to the liver.  With some drugs, by the time it leaves the liver, there is only a small amount of the potency remaining. Where CBD does its work is when it reaches your circulatory system and meets up with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The 1st pass through the liver in any case greatly reduces the bioavailability of the drug or in this incidence we are talking about CBD.

CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear – Oral Consumption

Oral CBD such as liquid drops, capsules, tinctures, foods, and beverages may be among the most popular delivery methods for CBD, but it has the lowest bioavailability of all forms at between 6 to19% because it is fat-soluble which makes it a challenge for the body to absorb.

Digestive acids and enzymes may destroy part of the CBD taken orally before it has a chance to be absorbed. Peak levels of oral CBD tend to be lower than other delivery forms.  Oral CBD does have a longer duration in the body or the “mean residence time”. CBD has also been found to lead to higher brain levels when compared to inhalation methods.

 CBD Bioavailability Goes Nuclear – Inhaled Method

Inhalation is not only an efficient way to consume CBD but also a delicious way with lovely savors. Inhalation bypasses the digestive tract and liver so that the CBD can be readily absorbed through the thin membranes the lungs air sacs of the lungs. There are several ways to inhale CBD however, even with the high absorption, it can damage the lungs over time.

Smoking — The most basic inhalation form is smoking. In this case the cigarette of the hemp pre-roll contains unprocessed CBD-rich hemp buds. Smoking has a bioavailability of 31% and be in the system within three minutes. The half-life of smoked CBD averages 31 hours.  The smoking does produce combustion which can irritate and damage the lungs.

Vaping — Vaping CBD hemp flower is a preferred delivery method for many and is a less irritating inhalation form. Vaping is done with a vaporizer pen drawing liquid CBD oil held in a cartridge past a heating element. The heating element produces a vapor that you inhale.

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Dr.Strains now has a crowd favorite flavored Backwoods wraps being sold starting at $1.99 to $5.99.  Our Backwoods wraps are the perfect choice for customers who are after looking for flavored tobacco flower wraps.

The flavors we have are:

  • Honey Berry
  • Sweet Aromatic
  • Russian Cream
  • Banana Throwback
  • Wild Berry Throwback
  • Sweet Aromatic Throwback
  • Original Throwback
  • Russian Cream Throwback

Our Backwoods wraps are the perfect choice for customers who are after looking for flavored tobacco flower wraps.



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Sharon has been writing her heart out since she was 10 years of age when she wrote up a story about a 3,000 acre forest fire she and her family witnessed. In 1995 when she found herself divorced with a 3-year-old daughter, Ruth, she decided to try writing for money. You can read more of Sharon's writings at the Contena site and view her daughter, Ruth and husband, Steve doing DIY projects at the YouTube address. She carved a niche in the Continuing Education market and for the next 20 plus years she wrote courses for C.E. providers all over the United States. Blogging is now her new love. Particularly suited to writing about CBD because for two years she was crippled with osteoarthritis in her ankles and feet until someone introduced her to CBD. Today she walks and bikes because of this natural compound of CBD.

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