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Is CBD Living Water safe to drink?

* PLEASE recycle the bottle when done!

* Drink one bottle of CBD Living Water as needed.

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* * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

* * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Can I drink CBD Water daily?

Drinking CBD Living Water on a daily basis is a good way to achieve overall health and wellness. CBD is non-toxic, meaning you cannot "overdose" on it. It is important to experiment with finding the best dosage for you.

If you’ve ever tried mixing a CBD oil into a glass of water at home, you know first-hand that water and oil don’t mix easily. Because of this, Evans says CBD water companies use nano emulsion technology which helps with infusion by lowering the surface tension of the water. “It makes the molecules in the water less likely to stick to themselves and more likely to interact with the oil,” she explains. “By agitating the mixture together, the CBD that’s in the drink is broken down into microscopic droplets, which prevents the oil from separating out. This process helps CBD be more easily absorbed by the body.” For this reason, it can be beneficial to buy CBD water rather than making it yourself.

She adds that dosage is also something else it’s good to look for on CBD water labels (or the very least on the brand’s website.) Most CBD water brands have between two to five milligrams of CBD per serving.

How is CBD water different than CBD oil?

As a refresher, CBD is one of several active compounds in marijuana (and hemp). It’s extracted from hemp or cannabis plants either to produce a solo CBD-only compound, or a full-spectrum compound that includes CBD plus other compounds from the plant. Jamie Evans, the founder of The Herb Somm and author of The Ultimate Guide to CBD, explains that CBD water is simply water that has been infused with CBD.

CBD is available in a variety of formats, including in oils and tinctures, gummies, and now CBD water. One of CBD’s most talked about benefits is helping to lower anxiety—something that’s certainly at a high right now. It can cause more people to wonder if CBD water could be the solution to their pandemic-induced anxiety, or at least help in some way.

If you’re trying to decide between buying CBD water and CBD oil (which consists of extracted cannabidiols that are diluted in a carrier oil), Evans says it’s primarily a personal choice as they have the same benefits. “One benefit to the water is that it may have a higher bioavailability rate,” she says. Because the body is 60 percent water; it’s potentially easier for the CBD in water to be absorbed than the CBD in oil. But more scientific research need to be done to confirm this potential benefit.