Instant absorption, instant relief! Developed in a pharmaceutical lab, they solved the problem of suspending oil based CBD into a water based saline solution so CBD can be absorbed through the nasal epithelium.
World's Only Pharmaceutical Grade CBD Nasal Spray. Nasadol CBD Nasal Spray-1mg/spray in a minty vanilla flavor. 200 Sprays/bottle. Nasadol delivers rapid onset dosing. Instant absorption, Instant relief. Zero THC!
Why take CBD Nasally?
Nasal delivery of CBD results in absorption of 6-8 times as much CBD compared to oral routes, which means you can take much smaller doses for the same effects. There’s so much vascularity in the nose that the CBD goes right into the bloodstream and quickly to the brain.
Oral absorption of CBD, on the other hand, could be slow and inconsistent, When you take CBD pills or swallowed drops through the stomach, the active ingredient must pass through your liver before being absorbed. This is called the first pass effect. One of the main jobs of the liver is to break up and metabolize chemicals in our blood. The veins that drain our stomach and small intestine, the main areas of absorption, drain directly to the liver for immediate degradation. That slows down and diminishes orally administered CBD effects considerably, and requires much larger dosing, which can add to the cost to you as the patient.
Cut the liver out as the middleman! The nose offers immediate systemic absorption. That means faster and more efficient relief for you.
What about Vaping and Smoking CBD?
Nasal Spray CBD can be much better absorbed than transdermal creams or patches.
Vaping and smoking CBD dabs is a rapid way to deliver CBD with bioavailability similar to nasal CBD (Ohlsson et al. 1984).
Besides you can only smoke or vape in certain locations, whereas you can keep your Nasadol handy anywhere you need it!
Transdermal applications in creams can have a very slow onset, plus the body inconsistently absorbs the CBD.
Nasadol provides a safe and rapid onset with sustained duration of 24 hours*
Ohlsson, A., E. Johansson, J.E. Lindgren, S. Agurell, H. Gillespie, and L.E. Hollister. 1985. Kinetics of cannabinol in man. In Marihuana ’85, edited by D.J. Harvey. Oxford: IRL Press.