Cannadips – True CBD originals

June 01, 2020

Hailing from Humboldt, California Cannadips is one of the most unique brands we’ve come across in a long time.

Inspired by Snus tobacco pouches, Cannadips wanted to create a similar experience for CBD users. That’s how they formulated the idea for their own THC-free, tobacco-free, CBD-infused pouches known as Cannadips.

Today we’re going to take a look at what makes these little pouches so special.

Why use Cannadips?

When looking at most CBD products, Cannadips could see that many brands used either a combustion or ingestion method of delivery. Cannabinoids are fat-soluble which means that they need to be either combusted or placed in an ingestible form.

But is it effective and safe?

Inhaling any burnt substance can be hard on the lungs and over time can cause severe damage. Added to that the absorption rate isn’t always as high as needed.

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Cannadips wanted to maximise efficacy and not risk lung damage.

So, how about ingestion?

Some CBD products can be placed under the tongue for a certain period of time. After that, they are then absorbed via mucus membranes or are ingested. This means that they have to pass through the stomach and liver which will metabolise the CBD and reduce the concentration before it reaches the bloodstream, thereby lowering the dosage.

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Taking inspiration from the Nordic Snus tobacco pouches, Cannadips was born.

Cannadips

Cannadips

Working closely with chemists, Cannadips developed small fibre pouches with porous surfaces. These could be placed between the upper, inner lip and gum and then slowly release their contents.

Cannadips use broad-spectrum CBD alongside non-GMO, vegan-friendly, and pesticide-free flavouring ingredients. They recommend users take about 35-40 minutes to allow the release of CBD, which might seem like a long time but their flavours last up to two hours. So you won’t get sick of it.

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Currently, they have three standout flavours of Natural Mint, Tangy Citrus, and American Spice. Each one has its own unique flavour profile and you’re sure to have a favourite. (We love the Natural Mint!)

Why should you care?

If you want to take CBD effectively and discreetly then there’s arguably no better product right now.

Cannadips have defined an entirely new niche within the CBD industry and one that’s surely going to be explored further. But Cannadips got there first.

Cannadips don’t require any form of inhalation or special equipment (vaping), or even any extra intake of calories (CBD edibles). You can put them in your mouth discreetly and take them with you any time, anywhere. Plus, they come in a range of flavours that taste great.

On top of all that, they come with precise dosing so you know exactly how much you’re taking and can adjust according to your own needs.





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