SYNERGY NANO

If you’re looking for predictable CBD dosages in an easy-to-swallow format then our Synergy Nano softgels are exactly what you’ve been looking for!

A major part of what makes our Synergy Nano softgels so effective is the microscopic size of our cannabinoid droplets (less than 25 nanometers in size). Compare that with other water soluble products on the market with particle sizes of nearly 40x larger!

Synergy Nano is perfect for your busy, on-the go lifestyle with increased CBD absorption of 4-5x over competing water soluble products!

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What’s So Special About Synergy Nano?

Let’s start by talking about what it means for a CBD product to be water soluble and why it even matters.

Since our bodies are nearly 72% water and because CBD can be quite hydro-phobic (meaning it doesn’t like to mix with water) to ensure that your body is getting the maximum benefit from our CBD products we infuse our broad-spectrum hemp extracts into Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) Oil. 

Our MCT Oil is derived from organic coconuts and acts as the lipid carrier that CBD needs in order to enter into the body’s blood stream effectively.

To even further increase the bioavailability of our Synergy Nano product lines we use nanoemulsion technology to break the CBD particles down into microscopic particles.

Although CBD particles on their own don’t dissolve well in water, once they become small enough they act like a truly dissolved substance.

There are many different ways to break down the CBD particle sizes, but to maintain the integrity and extremely high quality of our products, while still producing the smallest CBD particle sizes in the CBD industry we use a proprietary patent-pending nanoemulsion process.

The result is CBD particles that are less than 25 nanometers in size.

To put that in perspective the diameter of a human hair is roughly 100,000 nanometers (nm).

So particle sizes of less than 25 nanometers is truly astonishing!

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re excited and proud to be at the forefront of the explosion in the awareness and acceptance of CBD products in the United States and around the world. But if you’re not up on your CBD’s or are still wondering what exactly CBD is or how it could potentially benefit you and your family we wanted to answer some of the most common questions to help you decide if CBD is right for you.

Q. What is CBD?

A.Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. One of over 100 cannabinoids, CBD has burst onto the scene over the last handful of years because of its potential medicinal and healing properties.

For a substantial part of human history cannabis plants were revered for their medicinal and healing properties until hemp along with marijuana were banned in most countries around the world. Up until its ban, hemp plants (low in THC – the psychoactive ingredient that made its cousin marijuana so famous) had been a staple product in many countries because of its versatility and sturdiness.

High in CBD and low in THC, hemp production has been fully legalized in the United States again after an 80 year ban with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, signed into law by President Trump in December 2018.

All of the CBD we use in our products is derived from hemp plants grown on farms in the United States of America.

Even though the legal limit in the United States of THC for CBD products is .3% we have gone a step further and are bringing products to the market that are 100 % THC-free.

Our products are all 100% THC-free!

Q. Is CBD Legal?

According to the Federal Government, hemp or industrial hemp includes the plant Cannabis Sativa L. and any part or derivative with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of no more than 0.3 percent on  a dry weight basis.

The state and federal legal landscape surrounding hemp derived CBD and other hemp-derived products has been changing at the speed of light. The 2018 Farm Bill signed into law by President Trump in December 2018, effectively legalized hemp and hemp derived products at the federal level.

Q. What’s the difference between hemp and marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are terms often used interchangeably to describe any cannabis plant or its derivatives. Although they are both part of the cannabis family of plants they are not the same plant.

Here’s an easy way to delineate between the two:

Hemp is cannabis.

Marijuana is cannabis.

Hemp is NOT marijuana.

Q. What’s the difference between isolate, broad spectrum, and full spectrum cbd?

CBD products typically fall into three distinct categories: Isolate, broad spectrum, and full spectrum. CBD isolate products are typically products that contain just CBD that has been isolated during extraction. Broad spectrum refers to CBD products containing the full plant profile such as additional cannabinoids (not just CBD), terpenes, fatty acids, etc, except the THC has been completely removed. Full spectrum refers to CBD products containing the full plant profile such as additional cannabinoids (not just CBD), terpenes, fatty acids, etc, including the legally accepted level of THC.

Q. Where does Emris source its CBD products?

All of our CBD products are produced from American farms in Colorado.

 

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