CBD Water is, well, water infused with CBD. While the explanation of what it is may seem simple, the way it works is quite interesting. CBD compounds are broken down into nanoparticles and evenly distributed in the water; effectively homogenizing the mixture. The result is water with a bioavailable source of CBD that is able to penetrate tissue like the digestive tract and blood-brain barrier much more effectively. Typically, medicinal CBD is consumed through edibles. In this process, much of the CBD can be lost along the way (sometimes as much as 90%) due to its poor bioavailability. With CBD water, because the CBD particles have been processed to nanoparticles, it is retained and used to its maximum potential.
Unique to Kind Water is their use of terpenes - aromatic molecules that occur naturally in a wide variety of living matter (vegetation). Terpenes are responsible for the wide variety of smell and taste profiles of cannabis, as well as how the cannabinoids function in the body. In fact, it’s the terpene profile - and not the THC content - that determines if a particular cannabis plant is an indica or a sativa. This is known as the Entourage Effect, a term suggesting that cannabinoids and terpenes work synergistically to improve the results of medicinal cannabis.