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September 16, 2022
Sponsored by Abitec
CBD is challenging to formulate for efficacy. As a lipid, CDB oil is insoluble in water, lacks absorption when taken orally and is a variably stable and sensitive molecule, all adding up to low bioavailability. Those factors hamper development of efficacious products containing CBD. That said, even with the best intentions with quality other lipid-based ingredients, they may suffer the same fate, lack of absorption and bioavailability.
ABITEC’s Self-Emulsifying Nutraceutical Delivery System (SENDS) is a clean-label, lipid-based formulation method that solves these problems, helping manufacturers—and consumers—get more out of cannabis and lipid-based formulations.
Download this guide to learn about SENDS and discover how this technology can help you create products with improved bioavailability and that deliver your product's intended health benefits.
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