Why you should swap your hemp based CBD to MCT one?
Firstly I have to explain you what is a MCT oil.
As the name suggests, medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil contains medium-length chains of fats called triglycerides. Due to their shorter length, MCTs are more easily digested than longer-chain fatty acids found in many other foods.
MCT oil is most commonly extracted from coconut oil, as more than 50% of the fat in coconut oil comes from MCTs. These fats are also found in other foods, such as palm oil and dairy products.
MCT oil has been shown to increase the release of two hormones that can promote the feeling of fullness in the body: peptide YY and leptin which suggest that it might be helpful in weight loss.
MCT oil has about 10% fewer calories than long-chain triglycerides (LCTs), which are found in other fatty foods and oils.
Due to their shorter chain length, MCTs travel more quickly from the gut to the liver and do not require bile to break down like longer-chain fats do.
In the liver, the fats are broken down to be either used as fuel or stored as body fat. Since MCTs easily enter your cells without being broken down, they can be used as an immediate source of energy
MCTs have been shown to have antimicrobial and antifungal effects.
There is a lot of benefits of MCT oil as you see but the main reason why we decided to mix CBD in that oil is the fact, that MCT doesn’t need to be digested in so called “first- pass” and can carry CBD directly to the bloodstream. MCT helps CBD to be absorbed in greater concentration so you don’t loose the precious milligrams of CBD. MCT speeds up the absorption of CBD as well.
With that in mind by buying our CBD oils you are sure you are getting exactly the amount of CBD that you paid for and you absorbing the exact amount you would expect from the drop.