Great question, and it’s one that not enough people think to ask. When we talk about bioavailability we mean how much of any given bioactive can actually be used by your body.
For instance, there are many different formats for ingesting hemp — tinctures, gummies, capsules, etc. — but there’s little consistency in terms of how much of the plant’s biomolecules your body is actually getting when you use each of those.
Let’s say you ingest 20mg of CBD isolate. How much of that is your body going to use, and how much of it is going to waste? With other formats, your body is getting less than half of that. With Zolt, your body is tapping into almost all of it –its biomolecules are teensy and optimized for water-solubility and bioavailability. Check it out!
||Bioavailability (% your body uses)
||13 – 19%; some claims of up to 35%
|Edibles, capsules, gummies, concentrates
||6 – 20%
That’s right. With Zolt, you tap into more of the good stuff.