The ABCs of CBD—and Kill Cliff (Part 1) - Kill Cliff

The ABCs of CBD—and Kill Cliff (Part 1)

Some beverage companies offer FAQs about their products. At Kill Cliff, we provide the Fs, As, and Qs as well as the rest of the alphabet. Here is our Beginner’s Guide to CBD and Kill Cliff, The ABCs of CBD. (See the rest of the alphabet next week.)

A: Adesanya. Israel “Izzy” Adesanya, of course, is the UFC middleweight champion and an official Kill Cliff Fight Club Fighter. “The Last Stylebender” loves us, and we love him.

B: Bioavailability. CBD ingested as a gummy or an oil has to transverse the human digestive system, which wants to dissolve everything. Kill Cliff’s CBD is encased in a protective molecule that gets the CBD through that wet nastiness and delivers it to the place it needs to go to do the most good. Therefore, the CBD is bioavailable.

C: Cannabidiol. The good stuff extracted from hemp. Abbreviated to CBD. Now you know!

D: DrinkHole Digest. Your source of all things CBD, Kill Cliff, MMA, Fight Club, diets, 

E: Erythritol. Kill Cliff uses erythritol, an organic, low-calorie sugar alcohol derived from fruits and vegetables, and stevia, derived from a South American herb, to give Kill Cliff drinks a light sweetness you will not find in other beverages.

F: Full-spectrum. Kill Cliff uses nothing but broad-spectrum hemp extract, which removes the psychoactive THC. With full-spectrum, you get it all, including the stuff that makes you high, paranoid, and hungry, and can get you fired. Kill Cliff has none of that.

G: Gummies. Basically sugary, chewy candy with an amount of CBD somewhere inside ranging up to 1,500mg of CBD. 

H: Hemp. Officially, hemp is a botanical class of Cannabis sativa grown for industrial and medical use. Kill Cliff takes 125mg of broad-spectrum hemp and extracts 25mg of CBD for each Kill Cliff CBD beverage. There is NO THC, the psychoactive element in another kind of hemp, marijuana, in Kill Cliff’s CBD.

I: Insomnia. CBD has been shown to treat insomnia and other sleep disorders by overriding the areas of the brain and nervous system that affect sleep.

(To be continued!)