As you may know from reading articles and watching product videos, Zilis UltraCell is emerging as one of the premier water soluble full spectrum hemp CBD products on the market.
A key to Zilis' success has been their commitment to product quality and transparency. Additionally, the strong leadership of Dr. Derrick DeSilva, who serves as chairman of the medical board of directors, is successfully guiding the growth and development of Zilis products.
As we routinely talk with customers, we are often asked, "How is this product different than others on the market?"
Here's what makes our CBD oil superior from the rest:
We wrote a post earlier this year about Finding the best CBD Oil, and this article details how to differentiate a quality product as well as what to look for.
In this article, we will explore the ingredients of Zilis UltraCell and identify the reasons why they are so important.
It's truly amazing to understand how the "Entourage Effect" works and how the right formulation of ingredients can work together for optimum benefits.
First, let's review the basics. What is Zilis UltraCell?
The product Zilis UltraCell is a water-soluble Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil. The product is carefully formulated using organically sourced hemp.
It's also full-spectrum meaning that the oil is derived from the entire plant rather than just the hemp seeds which is often referred to as an isolate.
This is important because a full-spectrum oil will include all of the naturally beneficial compounds found throughout the entire plant and not just the phytocannabinoid Cannabidiol (CBD), which is the most popular right now.
The product also contains the Zilis' proprietary water-soluble delivery system called UltraCell.
Zilis studies have shown that the UltraCell delivery system has up to 94% absorption, which means more health benefits and a faster onset of action.
Do you want to view independent lab testing? Each bottle of Zilis has a QR code that can produce the lab testing results down to the specific batch number. To learn more about how this works check out How to find Zilis Independent Testing.
Phytocannabinoids are cannabinoids that naturally occur in the hemp plant. Studies have shown that the therapeutic properties of individual cannabinoids were less without their sibling compounds.
It suggests that the synergistic action between the phytocannabinoids may make a full spectrum formulation more effective.
To understand Phytocannabinoids, we first need to understand how they work in the body. When receptors interact with a cannabinoid, they send molecular-messages throughout the cells, tissues, organs, and body.
Think of the cannabinoid and a cannabinoid receptor similar to an analogy of a lock and key.
A cannabinoid “unlocks” the cannabinoid receptor by physically interacting with it and therefore initiating changes in cells.
When we look at the hemp plant, there are 113 known cannabinoids naturally occurring throughout the plant. Below is a list of the most useful cannabinoids and their benefits.
As we mentioned earlier, a full spectrum hemp CBD product captures oil from the entire plant and therefore contains many active compounds relative to the entourage effect.
Flavonoids are a diverse group of plant chemicals called phytonutrients.
In recent years, scientists have begun to understand more about flavonoids as they have related to benefits seen in diets rich in fruits and vegetables.
Diets rich in foods containing flavonoids have been associated with the prevention of cardiovascular.
Many fruits and vegetables like onions, brussels sprouts, strawberries, kale, citrus fruit, tea, grapes, and many spices are known to be rich in flavonoids.
They are part of the polyphenol class of phytonutrients. Some fascinating facts about polyphenols: they have historically been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.
They can help with skin protection, brain function, blood sugar, and blood pressure regulation. They are also known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Another interesting fact about flavonoids is that often times cooking and storage of food can alter or decrease the flavonoid composition.
For example, storing onions at room temperature for up to two weeks could lose up to one-third of the flavonoid content. This is why flavonoid deficiency can be common and lead to imbalance.
A terpene is a large group of volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons found in the essential oils of plants, especially conifers and citrus trees.
What's fascinating is that plants can often use the strong aroma of the compound to ward off herbivores and in some cases to attract pollinating insects.
The terpenes found naturally in the hemp plant are responsible for producing the entourage effect and, in simple terms, help the natural compounds work together for your benefit.
If you are looking for the entire benefits of the hemp plant, it is important to select a full spectrum product that incorporates all of the naturally occurring compounds found in the plant, including terpenes.
Below is a list of some common terpenes founds in a wide range of plants.
Common in citrus, it is highly-energetic and a known anti-depressant.
A smokey or woody aroma that is slightly sedative, antioxidant, and antibacterial.
Gastroprotective and a strong anti-inflammatory with a woody, peppery taste.
Energetic and therapeutic, this terpene is common in pine needles, of course.
The main constituent of hops is a strong anti-inflammatory agent and a hunger-suppressant.
Here is a fun graphic analogy to get an idea of prebiotics purpose. This image was first seen on Re MED's website.
This topic may not be as popular in the mainstream news but it is critical to overall health and wellness.
In simple terms, prebiotics can be helpful for maintaining digestive health. Our stomach and intestines are rich with bacteria often referred to as the intestinal flora.
In some cases, we can become deficient in the "good" digestive bacteria leading to an influx of harmful bacteria that can create an imbalanced digestive system.
Prebiotics can help aid intestinal flora and lead to benefits including attenuating blood glucose, maintaining gastrointestinal health, positively affecting the bioavailability of calcium and magnesium, and improving immune function.
This prebiotic can often be found in seaweed, aloe, and other fermented foods.
The UltraCell full spectrum hemp CBD oil is carefully formulated and delicately extracted. It includes the complete oil profile of USDA organic hemp to make sure every bottle contains an entourage effect of phytocannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, and more.
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