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Brio Broad Spectrum CBD Probiotic Capsules, Gut - 60ct (a Capsules) made by Brio Nutrition sold at CBD Emporium

    Brio Broad Spectrum CBD Probiotic Capsules, Gut - 60ct

    $89.99
    DESCRIPTION

    Brio Nutrition wanted to prove why Nutrition is in the name. Food has a big impact on wellness, energy, and comfort. Take two vegetarian GUT capsules that are made with 16.6mg of Broad Spectrum CBD per serving. This powder capsule is made with a mixture of probiotics and prebiotics to improve our gut wellness. Just don't forget to enjoy a delicious healthy meal with it!

    Ingredients

    • 500mg Broad Spectrum Hemp Oil
    • Ginger Root Extract
    • Reshi Mushroom
    • Probiotic Blen
    • Organic Agave Inulin
    • Enzyme Blend
    • Hypromellose
    • Microcrystalline Cellulose
    • Silica
    • Magnesium Sterate
    • Beta Carotene (color)

    Sizes

    • 500mg Hemp Extract per Bottle; 60 Capsules; 8.3mg Hemp Extract per Capsule
    • 410mg CBD per Bottle; 60 Capsules; 6.8mg CBD per Capsule
    • 90mg CBG per Bottle; 60 Capsules; 1.5mg CBD per Capsule

    Benefits

    • Calculated Sized Phytocannabinoids
    • Prebiotic/Probiotic
    • CBG Infusion

    The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.

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    FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE

    This product has not been evaluated for or intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This product should be used only as directed on the label. Consult with a physician if you have a serious medical condition, concern, or use prescription medications.

    FAQs About CBD Capsules

    How long does it take for CBD capsules to take effect?

    When taking CBD capsules, you should allow as much as 90 minutes before it takes full effect. That being said, many regular users can feel the onset of effects within 30 minutes after swallowing a CBD capsule. As with most things CBD, the effects vary greatly between users. If you expect it to take 90 minutes to gain its benefits, and it comes earlier, so much the better!

    How often should I take CBD capsules?

    Most experienced users say a CBD capsule will last between six and eight hours, so if you are benefiting from the CBD effects, you may wish to "refuel" two or three times a day. If you are experiencing an unusually stressful day, feel free to take another capsule for possible calming and soothing effects. However, we do recommend following a regular schedule as a general practice.

    What's the difference between CBD capsules and CBD softgels?

    Generally, a CBD capsule contains dry ingredients while CBD softgels hold liquid contents. Both dry and liquid CBD ingredients can be equally effective, assuming similar strengths and types (full spectrum, broad spectrum, or isolate). Many customers feel that softgels are easier to swallow, but rest assured that all of our CBD capsules and softgels are easy to swallow, ingest and deliver similar positive results.

    How effective are CBD capsules?

    Many of our clients find CBD capsules to be amazingly effective in meeting their wellness needs and fitting into their wellness regimen. From countless independent studies we have reviewed and regular feedback from our own clients, we believe a regularly scheduled program for consuming your CBD products, including CBD capsules, is ideal and should be planned out in advance for the best possible results.

    How should I take a CBD capsule?

    Because they are tasteless and easy on the stomach, you can swallow a CBD capsule with a drink of water. However, feel free to enjoy your favorite beverage, be it coffee, tea, juice, or even wine, because CBD capsules go down well with any drink without complications or known counter effects.

    What can I try besides CBD capsules?

    Many users prefer CBD capsules because they are familiar and hassle free. As the industry continues to expand, you will find more methods for consuming CBD, including these ways:

    • Tincture - also popular, our line of tinctures are easy to measure and use sublingually
    • Topical - great for focusing on specific sore spots, our creams and lotions deliver CBD where it is most needed
    • Edible - ideal for satisfying your sweet tooth while treating your body to quality CBD, our gummies are the perfect answer
    • Drinks - what better way to quench your thirst than with our drinks while also drenching your body in CBD
    • Vapes - infinitely better and more effective than smoking, our various vape pens produce different mood effects for our customers

    As always, at CBD Emporium, we only select the finest CBD products after they have successfully cleared our rigorous, three-faceted evaluation process, which involves an independent third party testing process, a thorough brand background check, and an in-depth vetting process. We do the work you cannot do practically, with the intention of saving you money and avoiding disappointment by ending up with an inferior product.

    Should I take Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, or Isolate CBD capsules?

    We recognize that different customers have different needs or concerns, which is why you will find all three types of CBD capsules at CBD Emporium: full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate CBD capsules. Briefly, the differences between the three types are as follows:

    • Full Spectrum - this process extracts all the phytocannabinoids from the hemp plant including the minor traces (less than 0.3%) of THC
    • Broad Spectrum - this process extracts all the phytocannabinoids from the hemp plant excepting the minor traces (less than 0.3%) of THC
    • Isolate - this process extracts only cannabidiol (CBD) from the hemp plant

    If you want more detailed explanations for things like phytocannabinoids and cannabidiol, we invite you to read our informative article explaining the differences between full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate CBD.

    As always, our online support is always ready to respond to your requests or other questions, so never hesitate to contact us. Likewise, we would love to see you in person in any of our many locations in Arizona and Nevada where you can view our quality products firsthand.