When I think of CBD, I don’t typically think of water, or any beverage for that matter. And while I always utilize CBD in my daily supplement routine, when I learned about CBD edibles and drinks I was slightly hesitant. Believe me when I say I’ve tried my fair share of strange-tasting cannabidiol products, so I didn’t really believe that there could be a CBD water that wouldn’t taste like I was drinking hemp crop runoff.
Fortunately, I had the opportunity to try CBD Living Water, which utilizes nanotechnology cannabidiol to deliver a readily bioavailable form of CBD that gets to work in a flash. Nanotechnology, if you’re not familiar, is a fancy term for manipulating a molecule to a smaller size so it can work faster and more efficiently. Also known as a game-changer.
I typically use CBD for some pretty severe anxiety, and I was diagnosed with PTSD as well as a panic disorder in my early teens. Now, at the ripe age of 27, my anxiety seems to be pretty unpredictable, so I try and keep some form of CBD or cannabis product nearby for those spur of the moment attacks.
On this particular Saturday afternoon, I had roughly one thousand tasks on my to-do list and was caught in stand-still traffic, which is one of my many triggers these days. Something about being hypothetically trapped inside my vehicle and having to wait patiently is enough to get my heart rate elevated to the point that my smartwatch needs to politely remind me to breathe. I remembered that I had some CBD Living Water in the side pocket of my backpack, so I grabbed it with a “worth a shot” attitude.
After a quick couple swigs, I turned my attention back to navigating the weekend gridlock quasi-nightmare I was enduring. I wouldn’t describe the following as mind-blowing, but I certainly noticed a calming effect a lot quicker than any other CBD product I had taken before. After I finished the bottle, after about ten to fifteen minutes I was easily able to chill out, turn the music up, and move at the snail’s pace that central PA traffic was setting that day. A small victory, but a noteworthy one.
The flavor was great, tasting a lot more like those hip and delicious waters with celebrity spokespersons rather than a herbaceous medicinal drink you would positively have to chase. This water boasts a 9+ pH, 5 milligrams of nano-CBD, as well as Co-enzyme Q10 and a dash of Methyl B12, making for a replenishing supplement plus hydration.
All in all, you’ll hear no complaints from this consumer. Easy, portable and fast acting, I had no expectations but was pleasantly surprised by the flavor, effects, and branding. We may even fully stock the Hemp Helps fridge for the holidays. Looking for palatable hydration plus hemp? We got you covered.
Have you ever tried any CBD edibles or drinks? What’s your favorite? And what are you never going near again? Let us know!