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Bioavailability What Does it Mean?

Published on 5/26/2019
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Today  CBD oil has become the buzzword of the internet, news and most media outlets, you could guess that it has indeed taken over many conversations. As a result of the CBD enthusiasm, we often find ourselves using words that were not a previously even part of our vocabularies like bioavaiability.

 Well, no need to get overwhelmed, because the days of misundersanding of confusion on  terms in CBD discussions without knowing the actual meaning are over. Today, we’ll explain one of the toughest terms to explain; what is bioavailability?

 

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Understanding  bioavailability can be tricky, so we’ll  take it in simple step by step segments. First off, a quick and easy to absorb guide that in a few minutes hopefully will leave you far more knowledgeable than you were before reading this post today.

 

What does Bioavailability Mean?

Simply stated, the bioavailability of any substance is the degree and rate that our bodies  absorb  into the bloodstream after all processing in the body. In other words, bioavailability is the amount (percentage) of the administered products dose of unaltered materoal that reaches the bloodstream (systemic circulation).

 

The scientific term bioavailability first became popular term  in the use of pharmacological and nutritional science. But what does it mean when a product has low or high bioavailability? Why is this important, and where does the explanation come from?

 

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Bioavailibily and Methods of Delivery

Bioavailability is about the way compounds are administered to the body via dissimilar routes. In other words, bioavailability is connected to the different delivery methods of a given substance. When products are delivered intravenously, they are completely available in the bloodstream and are therefore 100% bioavailable.

In order for a product to be most effective, it has to be bioavailable. Put differently, it has to be available for the body to absorb. Now, we talk of bioavailability with a several  different substances, however, today, we’re talking about it totally from a CBD perspective.

 

Before speaking of CBD delivery methods we work with when it comes to administering CBD, let’s first give you some basick knowledge of CBD, just to make sure nothing gets misplaced along the way.

 

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What is CBD?

CBD (short for cannabidiol) is an all natural, non-psychoactive compound extracted from the cannabis sativa plant. It is popular for its calming and relaxing effects, CBD is used as a natural remedy against stress and anxiety-related issues by many.

While some prefer to use it as a sleep-inducing helper, others grab for it when combating things such as chronic pain, nausea, inflammation, immune illness, and cardiovascular health. CBD derived from Industrial hemp contains a maximum of 0.3 % THC and therefore does not provide any form of high.

Now let’s move on to the next step, let’s take a look at the different delivery methods.

Oral:

When we take a CBD orally, it means that we swallow the products in the form of pills or capsules. It isn’t until the substance reaches the liver  where it’s broken down by enzymes that it’s actually absorbed into your bloodstream. For this reason, oral administration is known to have a long-lasting effect.

Sublingual:

Despite it  still being an oral method of consumption, sublingual administration reacts differently. Absorbing a substance by adding a few drops under the tongue, it will be absorbed straight into the bloodstream. This happens due to the capillaries that are located under the tongue. Naturally, this means that the effects take place quicker than with other methods.

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Inhalation:

If you’re looking for a substance to take quicker effect, you might want to try out the inhalation method. When you inhale, the substance is allowed to pass directly into your bloodstream through the digestive tract. Most people leaning towards this method of consumption do it for the quick effects and convenient administration. That is, if they’re already vaping.

 

 

Topical:

It might sound a little unusual  to begin with, but you actually have endocannabinoid receptors located in all places in our skin cells. For this reason, your skin can give you direct access to your system. As yet another bonus, CBD creams or salves are known to help skin conditions such as eczema and others, mostly due to it’s strong anti-inflammatory properties,.

 

Vaginal/rectal:

Suppositories are not many people’s desired choice as a  delivery method, though, there are indeed benefits to this way of administering a substance. Actually, this delivery method has the best bioavailability of all other choices. Via the capillaries in the anal/vaginal passage, the substance is passed on directly to the bloodstream without going through any digestive process.

 

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Bioavailability why is it Important?

When we consume food, drink or apply anything to our bodies, we should think about it in terms of absorption. When it comes to food and health supplements, for example, there’s a difference between what you eat and what you absorb, not to mention many factors that can affect what you actually absorb of a product in the end.

The higher  bioavailability something has, the more our bodies absorb. At first, this might sound like a good thing but think again. Glucose, for example, is  high availability. This means that our bodies are very good at absorbing sugar. And yes, sugar can be good for some biological processes, but we also all know that if over-consumed, it can be dangerous and lead to several conditions like diabetes and other diseases.

 

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Always read your ingredients!

Bioavailability is important because it tells us something about how we absorb the things we consume and to what extent they impact our bodies. For this reason we should be paying attention to this closely as it can benefit you in the long run  because you’re misguided if you think that what you see on the labels is what you’re actually absorbing. Most  often, we buy products where only some of the ingredients are active. This is why it can be a good idea to supplement your diet with raw vitamins, so you’re sure to get the nutrients you need.

 

I  hope you enjoyed the read as well as many other of my posts and I hope you  will continue to join me on your journey to a healthy and balanced life. Feel free to send a message via email of through commenting on my blog posts. Email @ hartzogjeffrey@gmail.com

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