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SoulinU FAQ

What makes SoulinU products so special?

What makes SoulinU products so special? The technology behind SoulinU is a patent-pending water-soluble delivery system based on well-studied advanced active carriers. SoulinU’s smart delivery system (SDS) offers a distinct set of advantages over other water-soluble nanoparticle systems, including:

  • Will not be degraded by body fluids
  • Ability to cross the biomembrane
  • pH responsiveness and targeted delivery
  • Increased bioavailability with 90-95% absorption
  • Extended circulation time and increased accumulation
  • Full retention of phytocannabinoids, and nutraceuticals
It’s through this smart delivery system that SoulinU has been able to provide products that optimize the longevity of action and overall efficacy. This means you can take less, experience better results, and save money.

How much SoulinU should I add to my beverage?

Phytocannabinoids of all sorts can be overwhelming if you consume too much. SoulinU Beverage Drops are absorbed very easily, thus making them strongly effective. A little bit goes a long way. For this reason, we recommend that novice phytocannabinoid users 'start low and go slow” to minimize the chances of having an undesired experience.

Always start with the recommended serving — and wait an hour or two. Don't immediately take more. Doing so could push you beyond your comfort level. Wait at least 4 hours and depending on your personal experience, you'll be ready to try again with a slightly larger or smaller serving. Incremental increase recommended serving + 3 more drops, then wait again. Incremental decrease - 3 drops from recommended serving, wait 4-6 hours.

Most people will find their effective and comfortable serving somewhere between 3-15 drops. Everyone’s body is different and several variables influence a person’s individual responses to vitamins, minerals, phytocannabinoids, nutrients, and even food. Some factors include; genetics, age, gender, physical activity, and diet. SoulinU makes approaching phytocannabinoid intake easy and allows you to customize your experience, one drop at a time™.

What is in hemp products and is it safe?

A whole lot of companies have jumped on the hemp bandwagon, marketing “hemp-infused” products. Some are questionable and others are well-known reputable brands. Hemp products are everywhere these days. Product marketing and labels can be perplexing and even overwhelming. Language and terminology are often mixed up, and in some cases it’s intentional. To complicate things further the Food and Drug Administration has not yet adopted a national policy on the fine details for laboratory testing, leaving the industry with an assortment of lab testing and reporting requirements that differ state-to-state. Our team is well aware of how daunting and confusing it can be to consumers. Here are a few key points.

  • Just because something is “hemp-infused” does not mean it has CBD or any other phytocannabinoids in it.
  • Hemp seed oil does NOT contain cannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, or terpenes.
  • The words cannabinoid and phytocannabinoid are used synonymously.
  • Hemp and cannabis should be tested when they’re in their raw state and after extraction. This should happen if the extract is a stand-alone product, but also if it’s an ingredient in a tincture, topical, edible, etc. If used in an ingredient the end product should be tested one more time.
  • All lab reports for final consumer packaged goods should be conducted by a third-party laboratory, not an in-house lab only.
  • If you need help understanding a lab report please reach out. You have the right to know!
The SoulinU team members are long-standing cannabis and hemp industry veterans, who have been on the front lines of helping to create legislation that protects customers, medical cannabis patients, and recreational consumers alike. You can feel confident knowing SoulinU products have been scrutinized for their effectiveness, safety, and reliability.

Do Cannabinoids have intoxicating effects?

Phytocannabinoids like CBD, CBG, CBC, and THCa are non-intoxicating, that’s right there is a non-psychoactive form of THC. To learn more about the different types of cannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and cannabimimetics check out our Cannabis 101 / Education / Types page.

Can I fail a drug test by using hemp products?

First, it’s important to know that drug tests are not fine-tuned instruments.

  • Drug tests do not differentiate between the many different forms of THC.
  • Drug tests do not look for a precise level of how much THC was consumed.
  • Drug tests do not look for a definitive time THC was consumed.
  • Drug tests only look for the presence of THC markers (11-Hydroxy).
When the body breaks down and metabolizes the many forms of THC, they are converted to metabolites known as 11-hydroxy, a form of THC created in the body. These THC metabolites are the markers detected by drug tests. Regardless of starting form; THC (delta-9), THCa, THCv, THCp, or delta-8. They ALL will display the chemical marker 11-Hydroxy on a drug test.

If you’re concerned about passing a drug test, it's important to know that hemp products containing phytocannabinoids may contain trace amounts of THC (0.3% or below). Therefore, if you are concerned about passing a drug test you may want to avoid these types of products for a while or all together depending on your situation.

How can I make my CBD more bioavailable?

The science behind increasing bioavailability through nanocarrier technology is not new. There are many types of nanocarriers including nanoemulsions, solid lipid nanoparticles, nanoparticles from biodegradable polymers, liposomes, and micelles. Because phytocannabinoids are highly lipophilic by nature, they’re suitable for advanced water-soluble delivery systems. Some soluble systems are more advanced than others.

Is water soluble CBD better?

Some vitamins, minerals, pharmaceutical drugs, and all phytocannabinoids have poor bioavailability, due to fat-soluble oil molecules. Because the human body is about 65% water and phytocannabinoids are oils they don’t easily absorb in the body this process is called the first-pass effect or first-pass metabolism. The efficacy of oils is very limited to a selection of uses. As such, when using conventional formulations, more milligrams are needed in a serving to achieve a specific desired result. This is inefficient, wasteful, and costly.

What is First Pass Effect?

The occurrence of vitamin, mineral, phytocannabinoid, and drug metabolization. The first-pass effect is associated with the liver because it’s a major site of metabolism. When these substances are ingested orally, the strength is greatly reduced as it moves through the digestive system and finally reaches your blood supply. For this reason, technology has continuously been researched and developed to increase bioavailability. The first-pass effect can also occur in the lungs, vasculature, gastrointestinal tract, and other metabolically active tissues in the body.

What does bioavailability mean?

Bioavailability in food and nutritional sciences is the final nutrient or dietary ingredient concentration ratio that can be absorbed for the desired physiological functions. Oral consumption is the most reviewed for bioavailability studies, because many medications, most supplements, and foods are ingested by mouth.

Are all CBD liquid delivery systems equal?

No, all CBD liquid delivery systems are not equal. View this helpful chart to see how our technology compares with others.
See & Feel The Difference  Bioavailability & Absorption Blood Circulation Surfactants  & Suspension Emulsifiers & Emulsion Oil Based Carrier Particle Stability
SoulinU Delivery  90-95%  Long No No No Excellent
Nano & Liposome  20-25% Medium Yes Yes Generally Moderate
Standard CBD Oil  4-6% Short No Yes  Yes Marginal
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