Backed by Science | Cannamics

Backed by Science

Dosage

Be aware of the factors that may influence your optimal dose.  The short answer is that there is no ‘correct’ dosage.

  • Body weight: Your weight determines how much, or how little, CBD affects the body.
  • Desired effects: The optimal dose differs from person to person depending on the level of pain or discomfort they are experiencing. Someone with chronic pain or severe anxiety may need a higher dose to alleviate their symptoms. 
  • Tolerance: Regular CBD users may develop a tolerance over time, which can result in reduced effects from the same dosage. 

CBD does not alter consciousness.  This is because the cannabis plant has two main compounds: CBD and THC; only THC is psychoactive. CBD contains little to no THC.

The Cannabis Fast Absorption system

Cannamics pastilles have been designed for fast absorption.

How you use CBD, or its route of administration (orally or through inhalation), determines the bioavailability of CBD. Bioavailability refers to how much of the CBD enters the body’s circulation and can exert an effect.

Studies have shown that while smoking and vaporizing produces higher bioavailability of CBD, the effects it produces last for only a short time and therefore may not be able to evoke sufficient enough activity to achieve therapeutic effects. While, for products like CBD oil and CBD gummies that are delivered orally, there is a risk that once the CBD enters the digestive system or circulates to the liver, it will be broken down into inactive molecules that cannot exert an effect. This means that the bioavailability of CBD delivered orally is only around 3-6% of the dose ingested.

Cannamics makes use of the buccal absorption system to increase the bioavailability of CBD for reliable and sustained effects. Blood vessels in the oral mucosal cavity (lining on the inside of your cheeks and mouth) and sublingually (below the tongue) make up the buccal delivery system that allows CBD to be absorbed directly into the bloodsteam. Bioavailability of CBD absorbed by the buccal system is 15-25%, much higher than for usual ingestible CBD products.

Buccal absorption is viewed as an ideal method for CBD administration.

The Cannabis Fast Absorption system

Cannamics pastilles have been designed for fast absorption.

How you use CBD, or its route of administration (orally or through inhalation), determines the bioavailability of CBD. Bioavailability refers to how much of the CBD enters the body’s circulation and can exert an effect.

Studies have shown that while smoking and vaporizing produces higher bioavailability of CBD, the effects it produces last for only a short time and therefore may not be able to evoke sufficient enough activity to achieve therapeutic effects. While, for products like CBD oil and CBD gummies that are delivered orally, there is a risk that once the CBD enters the digestive system or circulates to the liver, it will be broken down into inactive molecules that cannot exert an effect. This means that the bioavailability of CBD delivered orally is only around 3-6% of the dose ingested.

Cannamics makes use of the buccal absorption system to increase the bioavailability of CBD for reliable and sustained effects. Blood vessels in the oral mucosal cavity (lining on the inside of your cheeks and mouth) and sublingually (below the tongue) make up the buccal delivery system that allows CBD to be absorbed directly into the bloodsteam. Bioavailability of CBD absorbed by the buccal system is 15-25%, much higher than for usual ingestible CBD products.

Buccal absorption is viewed as an ideal method for CBD administration.