About BioCBD Plus

By HighYa Staff
Updated on: Oct 24, 2017

BioCBD Plus products promise to combine high quality, water-soluble cannabidiol (CBD), along with a “full spectrum of other cannabinoids and terpenes” and nutraceutical grade Ayurvedic herbs.

According to their website, the company claims to have put 30 years of research and development into their supplements, in addition to their patented Hybrid-Nanoengineering process that provides 100 percent bioavailable and all-natural CBD, compared to an average of six percent bioavailability for other CDB oils.

With the swift rise in popularity (and legality) within the marijuana industry, you might be curious to learn more about the potential health benefits related to CBD, as well as whether or not BioCBD Plus is the right product for you.

We’ll answer all your important questions in a moment, but let’s first take a look at BioCBD Plus’ products and manufacturing process.

BioCBD Plus Products

Overall, BioCBD Plus manufactures a line of three products:

  • Total Body Care – Contains 10mg of BioCBD and a 490mg Proprietary Blend of curcumin, magnesium, starch, and cellulose.
  • Muscle & Joint Relief Topical Oil – Contains hemp oil, eucalyptus, frankincense, ginger, curcumin, white willow bark, and CBD.
  • Vape Bright Thrive Cartridge – 200mg (2mg per puff) of pure, extra-strength hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD), which can be absorbed by your body more quickly than through the stomach or skin. No additives, propylene glycol, or vegetable glycerin.

BioCBD Plus’ Manufacturing Process

According to the company, BioCBD Plus obtains their exclusive variety of industrial hemp (known as Endoca) from Scandinavia, which is shipped in the form of a CBD-rich, CO2 extracted oil.

Then, once they receive this oil, BioCBD Plus uses a patented process known as Hybrid-Nanoengineering to make the CBD it contains more available for your body to use (known as bioavailability). Here’s how the company explains it:

"Through the use of patented Hybrid-NanoEngineering™, our CBD* + Ayurvedic herbs have been transformed into BioCBD™, transforming the phytonutrients into particles on the nano level. Nanoparticles (1/100 the width of a human hair) are easier for your body to absorb and transport to where they are needed within your body. We have set out to prove that BioCBD™ is over 10x more bioavailable in the body than any oil based CBD currently on the market. Our initial tests show that 10 mg of BioCBD is the equivalent of taking at least 100 mg of oil-based CBD."

Because of this process, BioCBD Plus is claimed to be high in cannabidiol (CBD), but to contain less than 0.001% THC (much lower than the 0.3% allowed by the FDA). As such, it’s available in all 50 states and across 45 countries, and is claimed to be generally safe for consumption by all people.

In addition, BioCBD is free of artificial coloring and flavoring, soy, nuts, GMOs, and binding solutions and solvents, including glycerides.

What’s the Difference Between Hemp & Marijuana?

Probably the first question you asked yourself when reading through the BioCBD Plus website was, "Is there a difference between hemp and marijuana?" After all, one appears to be legal, and the other is not.

As it turns out, according to an in-depth article on Alternet, hemp and marijuana is actually the same thing, and are derived from a plant known as cannabis sativa. But, the difference largely comes down to how each of these plants is cultivated and genetically bred.

For example, the article explains that “Hemp refers to strains of Cannabis sativa that have been bred specifically for fiber used for clothing and construction, oils and topical ointments, nutritional benefits and a wide and growing variety of other purposes that don’t involve intoxication.”

On the other hand, “Marijuana is a slang term used to describe strains of Cannabis sativa specifically bred for the potent resinous glands (trichomes) that grow on the flowers and some leaves (buds).”

Will the CBD in BioCBD Plus Get You “High?”

Because we just learned that hemp and marijuana share much of the same genetics, the second question you probably asked yourself was, “Will BioCBD Plus make me intoxicated?” Let’s find out.

The short answer: No.

The detailed answer: The trichomes on marijuana-bred plants contain concentrated amounts of a chemical known as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), a psychoactive cannabinoid component generally associated with the feeling of being “high,” since it affects “certain areas of the brain associated with thinking, memory, pleasure, coordination and time perception.”

On the other hand, CBD is another type of cannabinoid found in marijuana (there are more than 50) that has the same chemical composition as THC, but is non-psychoactive, and might actually block THC from producing a “high.”

What’s the Difference Between CBDs from Marijuana and CBDs from Hemp?

According to BioCBD Plus, there is no difference between the hemp-derived CBD contained in their supplement, and CBD derived from marijuana, other than from where the CBD is obtained.

In other words, in states where medical marijuana is legal, CBD is derived from the flower (which, as we learned above, is also where the highest concentration of THC is located), whereas BioCBD Plus derives their CBD from the fibrous stalk of the plant. However, the benefits are claimed to be the same.

Is BioCBD Plus Legal? Will it Cause You to Fail a Drug Test?

Based on BioCBD Plus’ website, “If you live in the United States, you can purchase and consume our products. You can transport them across state lines, you can take them through airport checkpoints, and they will not cause a positive drug test of any kind either.”

This is because BioCBD Plus claims their supplements contain less than 0.001% THC, which is much lower than the threshold used by most urinalysis tests for THC (15 ng/ml, 20 ng/ml, 50 ng/ml, 100 ng/ml).

However, if you’re concerned about testing positive for THC based on your use of BioCBD Plus or any other CBD-based product, you’ll definitely want to consult with your physician.

BioCBD Plus Benefits & Side Effects

Because CBD research is in its infancy, there is still much to be learned about its benefits and side effects.

However, based on clinical research, we do know that CBD can potentially provide many benefits, including as an anti-inflammatory, reduce nausea and vomiting, combat tumors and cancer cells, and reduce anxiety and depression.

Despite these benefits, CBD (whether in BioCBD or another supplement) is reported to rarely causes any side effects.

BioCBD Plus Pricing & Refund Policy

BioCBD Plus’ supplements are priced as follows:

Total Body Care

  • 1 Month Supply (30 capsules): $120
  • 2 Month Supply: $220
  • 3 Month Supply: $300

Muscle & Joint Relief Oil

  • 1 Bottle: $49
  • 2 Bottles: $90
  • 3 Bottles: $125

Vape Bright Thrive Cartridge: $50

Vape Bright Battery, Charger, & Case: $20

Customers can save 15 percent on BioCBD Plus products by signing up for the company’s VIP program, which means you’ll continue receiving the same amount once per month and your credit card will be charged accordingly.

Regardless of which option you choose, all BioCBD Plus products come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. According to the company, the first 30 capsules don’t have to be returned, but any orders larger than this will have to be sent back to the company in order to prevent fraud.

To accomplish this, or to cancel your autoship enrollment, customer support can be reached at (833) BIOPLUS (246-7587).

Are BioCBD Plus’ Formulations Right for You?

Chopping to the point: When it comes down to it, authoritative sites like Healthline, WebMD, and Alternet report that CBD (whether obtained through BioCBD Plus or another source) appears to hold potential for a wide range of benefits. And when compared to the competition, BioCBD Plus’ Hybrid-Nanoengineering process promises to make this CBD more bioavailable.

On top of this, according to WebMD and the Natural Medicines Database:

  • Curcumin (turmeric) could help reduce high cholesterol, itching, and osteoarthritis symptoms
  • Boswellia (frankincense) could reduce osteoarthritis and ulcerative colitis symptoms
  • Licorice has been shown to help address eczema and heartburn
  • In some instance, saffron has been clinically shown to improve symptoms related to Alzheimer’s, depression, menstrual discomfort, and premenstrual syndrome

However, since all of these ingredients are part of a proprietary blend, we can’t be certain that BioCBD Plus’ Total Body Care supplement contains the same dosages found in supporting clinical studies.

With all of this said, BioCBD Plus’ high level of bioavailability might help you experience some positive health benefits, although you’ll have to decide whether or not its meaningfully higher price than many other CBD supplement competitors will deliver a better overall value. But if it doesn’t, the company seems to stand behind each of their products with a 30-day refund policy.

As always, though, be sure to speak with your physician before taking BioCBD Plus or any other nutritional supplement.

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