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New Hemp Nanobidiol Technology

Jul 29, 2019 11:04AM

Honest Marijuana Company, based in Colorado, recently launched a new Hemp Theory line of hemp-based products that contain cannabinoids and provide a bevy of calming, pain-relieving benefits. The line features a full-spectrum hemp oil extract tincture for the most efficient consumption possible (just add a few drops on the tongue or in a beverage), a hemp cream that provides the ultimate pain relief, and a honey.

“All of these products are free of THC (they don’t have any psychoactive effects) and feature Nanobidiol Technology, so they have a high bioavailability that ensures they provide an ultra-quick and clean onset of effects. In a clinical study, Hemp Theory’s technology was proven to make CBD molecules smaller and more bioavailable than other competing products—those who consumed Hemp Theory had a greater CBD concentration over an extended period of time,” comments Shannah Henderson, a spokesperson for the Honest Marijuana Company.  

Hemp Oil Extract Tincture is made with Nanobidiol technology and ensures the user has an unparalleled hemp oil experience. It “is unique in that it nano-encapsulates each hemp cannabinoid molecule to make it much smaller, [which] in turn makes the molecules much more water-soluble, increasing their bioavailability,” adds Henderson. The hemp extract in the Hemp Theory Hemp Extract Oil quickly and easily enters the bloodstream, allowing for one of the cleanest hemp oil experiences available. Made from only the highest quality hemp, the extract tincture is also extremely simple to use, just dispense a few drops under your tongue, apply it to your skin, add it to your coffee, and more. Additional products using this technology include Hemp Cream and Hemp Theory Honey.

For more information, call 888-434-3183, email [email protected] or visit 
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