How 10xPURE Oil Affects Absorption and Stability of Full Spectrum CBD in Hemp Oil

A recent exploratory scientific endeavor was conducted to research and assess the stability of CBD in 10xPURE hemp oil in comparison to standard hemp oil by examining the cells that metabolize the CBD molecules. The exploratory scientific endeavor was completed by CTFO to assess how 10xPURE affects absorption and stability of full spectrum CBD in hemp oil. 
Using a technique called mass spectrometry, routinely used to accurately detect small molecules such as cannabinoids, measurements were taken to detect the presence of CBDA in the liver cells. Under the same conditions, CBDA was not detected with the standard hemp oil, yet was present in the cells with the 10xPURE hemp oil.
Liquid chromatography separates molecules based on their chemical properties and is routinely used in most cannabis testing labs to quality control their material. Using this method, the composition of the 10xPURE hemp oil and the standard hemp oil were tested. With the same amount of full spectrum CBD, we observed that the 10xPURE hemp oil contained significantly more CBDA.

“CBDA has been shown to be a potent anti-inflammatory, shown to reduce acute nausea, and has also been observed to inhibit breast cancer cell migration”

This was a small excerpt from the “CTFO Exploratory Scientific Endeavor”

To read more about our findings with the CTFO 10X Pure CBD Oil, follow this link to my CTFO website and click on the 10XPure Science Tab.

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