Vediol Tutorial: Veterinary CBD for Pets

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Veterinary CBD for Pets from Hemp
Vediol™ is a 100% hemp extract, plant-based nutraceutical for support of a pet’s endocannabinoid system.

Help support your pet’s natural systems for a healthy and happy life
Derived from lawfully cultivated hemp
Multiple active components
Formulated for Maximum Absorption
Beta-Myrcene Free
Supports the Endocannabinoid System
Multiple Patented Technologies
The Vediol blend delivers a highly purified cannabinoid consortium, devoid of THC, designed for maximum effectiveness. While no causal link has been established, abundant research would suggest non-human patients may benefit from receiving hemp derived CBD in support of their endocannabinoid system. Vediol makes no medical claims from use of its products.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and are not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent any disease


Utilizing a proprietary subcritical “cold-pressed” technology to deliver a stable and high level of active CBD in every dose, ensuring there is no heat damage to active phytonutrients in the oils. As an FYI – heating oils above 115°F is damaging to phytonutrient quality and effectiveness.

Our proprietary blend insures the Entourage effect and enhanced synergistic product effectiveness.

We utilize patent-pending Taurinol™ to enhance bioavailability of fat-soluble compounds, and Piperine ester to increase bioavailability of non-fat soluble compounds.

We use a technology that creates a condition of polymorphism to enhance absorption through formation of micro-particles called (“micelles”) for holding small volumes of chemical reactants for improved assimilation of active ingredients, plus two absorption enhancing technologies to enhance mucosal penetration for accelerated onset of beneficial effect.

PBBD = Enhanced Product Effectiveness

While intravenous bioavailability of a compound is always 100%, oral bioavailability is usually less because of incomplete absorption and/or First Pass Metabolism Effects of the liver and subsequent elimination of that compound.

Bioavailability of CBD can be increased by:
Protection from gastric acid degradation and destruction.
Minimizing “First Pass Metabolism Effects” of the intestines and liver.
Enhancing Direct Absorption into the bloodstream through the lymphatics, thereby effectively bypassing “First Pass Metabolism Effects.”
How Vediol Enhances Bioavailability:

Natural plant-based enteric coatings stabilize Vediol, extend its shelf-life (lots are stamped with 3-year expiration periods), and protect it from stomach acid degradation so its components are more readily available for direct absorption in the intestines.

But, because fats do not mix with water, they are digested and absorbed into the bloodstream differently than carbs and proteins. And, are subject to First Pass Metabolism Effects (effects which are substantial for CBD). At least that’s true for most fats in the diet – but not all of them. One group of materials present in Vediol – are an exception. They are digested more like carbohydrates than fats, so they can take a more direct path to the bloodstream.

Vediol utilizes patent-pending Taurinol to enhance bioavailability of fat-soluble compounds, and Piperine ester to increase bioavailability of non-fat soluble compounds.

As muscles in the stomach churn food, fats begin to break down, but digestion of triglycerides and cholesterol doesn’t begin in earnest until they leave the stomach and enter the small intestine. The liver releases bile into the small intestine while the pancreas contributes digestive enzymes. The bile forms a coating over fats, and enzymes cleave them into smaller bile-covered pieces called micelles. Then cells in the lining of the small intestine absorb the tiny micelles.

Once inside the intestinal cells, micelles go through another repackaging. They’re now covered in a mixture of lipids and proteins. This new coating allows fats to travel through water-based environments in the body. But they still don’t go straight to the bloodstream. These fats, which are now called lipoproteins, are transported into the nearest lymph vessels. While the lymphatic system is better known for filtering body fluids to remove bacteria and other damaging substances, it also carries fats to where they finally enter the bloodstream bypassing “First Pass Metabolism Effects” of the liver, and thus enhancing bioavailability.


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