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Water Soluble CBDA Powder

  • 10% of total cannabinoids by weight
  • Solventless Extraction
  • Robust Terpene Profile
  • Federally Legal and Contain Less than 0.3% Delta 9

$29.95$1,250.00

  • 10% of total cannabinoids by weight
  • Solventless Extraction
  • Robust Terpene Profile
  • Federally Legal and Contain Less than 0.3% Delta 9
Estimated delivery dates: Jun 17, 2024 - Jun 21, 2024
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09/11/2023
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I recommend this product

An ideal solution for every day.

I did not expect such a cool result from CBDA Powder, but I am 100/100 satisfied. I definitely feel an improvement in my well-being, I have become more focused and calm, and this has finally increased my productivity at work and I got the promotion I wanted. It is very good that there is no psychoactive effect, only a charge of energy and strength. I like to just drink it dissolved in water, without extra additives, before leaving the house. The perfect solution for every day.

Frequently asked questions

What does CBDA do with the body?

Research suggests CBDA may have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and mood-stabilizing effects in the body.

How does CBDA differ from CBD?

CBDA is more bioavailable than CBD and has a slightly different molecular structure, but they share many potential therapeutic benefits.

Does CBDA make you high?

No, CBDA does not make you high. CBDA is the acidic precursor to CBD, and it does not possess psychoactive properties like THC.

How fast does CBDA work?

CBDa may have a faster onset of effects compared to CBD due to its potentially higher bioavailability.

Does CBDA have any side effects?

The side effects of CBDa are not extensively studied, but anecdotal evidence suggests they are likely mild and similar to those of CBD, such as dry mouth, tiredness, and low blood pressure.

Water Soluble CBDA Powder DESCRIPTION

Due to the popularity of CBD and THC, CBDA (which means cannabidiolic acid) is a still-overlooked bioactive compound. Stirling takes advantage of the availability of CBDA in its water-soluble CBDA powder. Several studies suggest CBDA interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system to produce desirable results, such as specific health benefits.

One cannabidiolic acid research states that this cannabinoid can treat some discomfort and can even promote sleepfulness.

For a long time, people growing cannabis plants have had direct access to its health benefits. However, with the passing of the Farm Bill, CBDA is accessible because it is also available among hemp plants, which contain less than 0.3% THC.

Stirling Water Soluble CBDA contains only the good stuff, and this quality helps boost CBDA’s wonders that will benefit the human body.


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Product Information

Product name

Stirling Water Soluble CBDA Powder

Synonym

Water-Based CBDA Powder, CDBA Powder

Concentration level

10% of total cannabinoids by weight


What is CBDA?

Stirling extracts CBDA using a technique that is unique only to our team. We are referring to the solventless extraction to acquire CBDA from our USA-grown hemp plants. This is an innovative technique alternative to traditional extraction methods.

In solventless extraction, the method does not use any chemical or solvent during the extraction process. Key to this extraction approach is the induction of the cavitation method.

Cavitation occurs when rapid changes in pressure within a liquid create tiny vapor-filled cavities or bubbles. These bubbles implode, generating shockwaves that lead to local heating. In solventless extraction, cavitation separates the desired cannabinoid-rich trichomes from the plant matter.

Because Stirling employs the solventless method, we guarantee our buyers that their CBDA powder is pure and has zero harmful compounds or other plant matter.

CBDA stands for cannabidiolic acid, and it is an essential cannabinoid in a hemp plant. Its importance lies in the fact that CBDA is a precursor to another vital cannabinoid, which is CBD (cannabidiol).

When you cut, dry, and heat a hemp plant, CBDA converts to CBD. In the raw hemp plant, CBDA is the most abundant cannabinoid you’ll find. Even though most cannabinoid research studies center on THC and CBD, we have enough anecdotal reports that suggest CBDA’s potential health benefits.

Aside from being an acidic version of CBD, CBDA is also a non-psychoactive compound. This property of CBDA explains why it has become a popular choice among many users who want to enjoy the “therapeutic benefits” of CBDA without getting high.

CBDA transforms into CBD through a process called decarboxylation. In the mentioned process, CBDA loses its carboxyl group to become the chemically neutral CBD we are all familiar with.


CBDA vs. CBD

CBD Acid or CBDA differs from CBD only by a pair of oxygen and an extra carbon atom. Below is a detailed discussion of the similarities and differences between CBDA and CBD.

Similarities

Both CBDA and CBD are derived from hemp plants.

Both CBDA and CBD are non-psychoactive, meaning taking them should not lead to a high we commonly associate with THC usage.

Both CBDA and CBD offer certain therapeutical benefits to their users. However, more in-depth studies about their effects are needed to verify their health advantages.

Differences

In comparison to CBD, CBDA is most abundant in nature. This is because the hemp plant produces CBDA the most since you will need to “decarb” to obtain CBD.

CBDA is acidic, while CBD is not.

CBD has a lesser bioavailability as compared with CBDA. This means the body will need more time to absorb CBD into the bloodstream.

CBD is more stable than CBDA when exposed to light and heat. CBDA transforms into CBD once the heat is applied to the cannabinoid.


Possible Benefits of CBDA

Similar to the cannabinoids we know of, CBDA shows promise in giving us some health benefits we need. Below are a few of the potential benefits CBDA may bring.

CBDA and Virus

Antiviral compounds of the immune system hinder the replication of the viruses. Many antiviral drugs target viral enzymes, vital for a virus’s ability to multiply and cause infection. Also, some antivirals strengthen the immune system’s ability to combat the virus.

Extensive research on cannabinoids, both naturally occurring within the body and those obtained from external sources, has explored their impact on viral infections in vivo and in vitro studies. These studies have indicated that the anti-inflammatory properties of cannabinoids could be a great help in countering anti-viral activities.

CBDA and Stomach Issues

Maintaining gut health is critical for your overall health, and there is a complex interplay between the gastrointestinal system and the brain. Viral infections, hormonal changes, and various medications are some of the factors that trigger this sensation. When external factors disrupt the balance between the gut and the brain, it activates a particular region in the brain that can trigger a severely upset stomach. This area is responsible for orchestrating the muscle movements required to throw up.

CBD’s raw form, CBDA, may reduce the occurrences of the mentioned stomach issues.

Studies about raw CBDA products discovered that this CBDA interacts with the 5-HT1A receptor. The result of such interaction is the person becomes less sluggish and dizzy. The same property also explains why cannabidiolic acid prevents frequent throwing up.

CBDA and Inflammation

Inflammation is the natural response to stress, injury, or infections. It’s a vital part of the immune system’s strategy to heal the body and combat harmful substances. It accomplishes this by increasing blood flow to the affected area and facilitating the repair of the damaged tissue.

When inflammation persists for a more extended period of time, it becomes a problem. Prolonged inflammation is commonly associated with various health issues like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Some minor cannabinoids, especially CBDA products, might offer similar advantages to THC and CBD when it comes to anti-inflammatory effects.

One research suggests that CBDA can inhibit the COX-2 enzyme, a key player in regulating inflammation triggered by injuries and illnesses. This enzyme is also the target of many over-the-counter and prescription drugs used to manage pain and inflammation.

CBDA and Mood

Helping people with mood challenges is one of the CBDA benefits that is worth mentioning.

Hemp plants have garnered significant attention for their potential to address some mood disorders. Some of the studies done on hemp include the cannabinoid precursor to CBD, which is CBDA. Studies indicate that CBDA appears to influence serotonin receptors, which play a role in regulating one’s emotional well-being and mood.


Safety of Stirling Water Soluble CBDA Powder

To date, we have little research done that investigates CBDA’s potential side effects. Having said that, you should know that hemp-derived cannabinoids that have undergone research studies are generally tolerated by many.

Since Stirling can extract pure and organic CBDA (We do not use synthetic CBDA), all our CBDA-based products are safe to use. But in case side effects occur, here are some symptoms of what you can expect:

  • Dry mouth
  • Upset stomach
  • Changes in appetite
  • Fatigue

 

Although adverse reactions may occur, most of Stirling’s customers do not report side effects in using our products.


How does cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) work?

CBD and CBDA have almost similar mechanisms of action.

Before undergoing decarboxylation, CBD, a cannabinoid found in hemp, is present in an acidic form known as CBDA. Heating CBDA leads to decarboxylation and undergoes a transformation that changes its natural composition.

During this process, CBDA loses its acidic nature and transforms into CBD. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is also released. This transition results in a potent and therapeutic compound, CBD, that is believed to possess some heating potential.

Many scientists believe that CBD is not merely “neutral” but instead possesses substantial potency, capable of addressing a wide range of conditions.

CBDA will likely work most effectively when combined with other cannabinoids and terpenes. This cooperative action is commonly referred to as the “entourage effect.” Consequently, CBDA has the potential to enhance the therapeutic properties of CBD and vice versa.

In isolation, CBDA might not exhibit its full potential. But the solution here is allowing CBDA to perform a collaborative action of various chemical components. To experience the entourage effect, it is advisable to seek out products labeled as “full spectrum” or “broad spectrum,” especially if you have concerns about tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCa) sensitivity.

Researchers affiliated with Oregon State University published a report that says certain cannabinoids block cellular entry of specific viruses.

According to the study, two active cannabinoids from hemp plants could bind to the spike protein of harmful organisms. These cannabinoids include cannabigerolic acid, or CBGA, and cannabidiolic acid, also known as CBDA.


How to Use CBDA

For the best results in using our CBDA product, we suggest you take the following steps:

Select the right CBDA for you

Today, you will find CBDA in different forms. Our CBDA powder gives you more freedom because of its amazing versatility.

Dosage

Finding the dosage that works for you is supercritical. To be safe, you may start with a lower dose; then, you may gradually increase the quantity until you experience your required effects.

Choose your administration

  • Take Stirling Water Soluble CBDA Powder sublingually. This step means you place the CBDA product under your tongue.
  • Add CBDA to your drinks.
  • Include the CBDA powder in your concentrated herbal extracts.
  • Mix the CBDA powder with topical products such as lotions, balm, and cream.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will CBDA make me high?

Unlike THC and similar to CBD, CBDA does not produce psychoactive effects. This immediately suggests that CBDA will not induce the “high” effect that is common in THC. Because of such property, CBDA is a promising supplement for people who seek the health benefits of CBD without the high effect.

Is CBDA legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp. The effect of such legislation explains why CBD products flood the market. The law allows the sale of CBD products as long as they contain less than 0.3% THC in dry weight.

Since CBDA is one of the raw cannabinoids that has no intoxicating effects, it should be legal at a federal level. Some states prohibit the sale of THC, and in these states, CBDA products should be THC-free.

Will CBDA isolate make me fail a drug test?

Ideally speaking, CBDA should not make you fail a drug test because these tests are designed to identify amounts of THC.

Can I ingest CBDA from the hemp plant itself?

Many ingest CBDA from the plant itself when they eat hemp plants raw. You may have heard of some users who make raw cannabis juice from raw cannabis flowers. This is also possible with hemp leaves and flowers so that you can ingest raw CBDA.

Is CBDA present both in hemp and cannabis plants?

Yes, CBDA can be present in both hemp and cannabis plants. The presence of CBDA is typically found in the leaves and flowers of hemp plants. This is also true with CBDA in a cannabis plant.

Is CBDA isolate available as CBDA oil?

When you purchase CBDA, its common forms are powder and crystals. You can create CBDA oil by mixing it into a carrier oil such as the commonly known hemp seed oil. In some cases, CBD oil is infused with CBDA.

Why buy CBDA from Stirling?

Solventless Extraction

Stirling uses solventless extraction to gently and organically remove the trichomes from the hemp plant. The trichomes are the sticky substance of the hemp plant where all the cannabinoids are; they are what Snoop Dog calls the “Sticky Icky.” Our unique solventless extraction process freezes the trichomes by putting the hemp bio-mass in distilled ice water.

The ice water freezes the trichomes, which crystallizes them. Once the trichomes are frozen, we put the hemp flower through some pipes where they encounter an impeller that rotates at 20,000 RPM. This creates micro-bubbles, which hit the frozen trichomes and break them apart.

This is called “Cavitation,” a process only Stirling uses; it ensures you get the cleaned, purest CBD available in the market.

Stirling does not use CO2 Extraction or Ethanol Extraction to make our CBDA product – we only use air and water. This Pure CBD extraction process gives us a great cannabinoid profile in our CBDA products.

High Potency & Better Ingredients

Stirling uses only organic hemp for our Water-soluble CBDA Powder and all other CBD products. We carefully cultivate our hemp plants and ensure they meet our strict production standards.

Stirling combines the best hemp plants with our ultra-clean extraction to make the best CBDa powder. After the CBD Oil is extracted, we combine the oil with amazing additional ingredients – all organic – all the time!

Great Price Point & Amazing Customer Service

Making the best CBDA powder is not good enough. As a customer-centered hemp company, Stirling wants to bring you quality products at affordable prices. We have a great lineup of products with competitive pricing and excellent customer service.

Our customer service options include a chat tool on our company website (with a real person), a direct phone number connecting you to a real person, and you can always email info@stirlingoils.com, which will be responded to by a real person. We have real people everywhere:)

Stirling delivers the best CBDA at pricing that just makes sense.

Why is CBD a major cannabinoid as compared to CBDA?

CBD is considered a significant cannabinoid because it is more abundant in hemp extract, such as hemp oil.

Is CBDA better than CBD?

If your definition of better means more potent, then yes, CBDA could be superior to CBD. CBDA has acted more potently than CBD, as well as THCA, in a number of scientific studies on animals. Being more potent does not always mean better, as CBD and CBDA are both important components of a full-spectrum raw extract.

The challenge of CBDA is that since decarboxylation occurs even at room temperature and CBDA converts to CBD, it is far more challenging to isolate the CBDA compound for use clinically – but Stirling has developed a process that maximizes CBDA in the final product. This requires exceptional and expensive storage equipment to keep CBDA as stable as possible until it is ready for use. CBD is also much easier to extract. There is a ton of CBD found in hemp plants, and easily removed for use in drops, gummies, gels, and lotions.

How does CBDA become CBD?

When processing hemp plants for curing, the carboxyl chain present will eventually break apart. Here, CBDA and other acidic cannabinoids lose their acidic properties. They even become more excited and active. Thus, you have CBD derived from CBDA.

What is the difference between Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil?

Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant (cannabis sativa). It has no psychoactive compounds like THC and CBD. It is rich in essential fatty acids, such as omega 3 and omega 6.

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is extracted from the leaves, flowers, and stalks of the hemp plant. CBD oil also contains a non-psychoactive compound and can provide specific health benefits.

What is cannabidiolic acid methyl ester?

The cannabidiolic acid methyl ester describes a chemical compound believed to be more stable than cannabidiolic acid. The methyl ester indicates the presence of a certain methyl group (CH3) that is attached to the carboxy cluster of CBDA.

In theory, cannabidiolic acid methyl ester should have more potency than CBDA, although more studies are needed to verify this effect.


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