Liposomes: Little Known, Mind-Blowing Game-Changers  


This Is a ClassicYou Don’t Know What You Don’t Know” Scenario …



Are You Wasting Money on Supplements? Most likely.

After you learn about liposomes, you’ll know you are.

Vitamins, healthy herbs, melatonin, even some CBD have poor bioavailability—or crappy absorption, as I like to call it.

But as we (and our guts) age, we need supplements. With our active and hectic lifestyles, we need supplements. And if we want to use everything at our disposal to fight off aging and declining health … we are going to need supplements.

So take a minute to watch this quick video about how liposomes increase the bioavailability of nutrients. And if you want to stick around after that, we’ll go further down the rabbit hole to discuss what your supplements are—but mostly aren’t—doing, and why liposomes are the solution (spoiler alert: we’ve got science to back it up).


Why Your Supplements Probably Aren’t Working

Most Supplements Have Poor Bioavailability

Most of your vitamin, melatonin or CBD may be getting rejected by your body. Studies show that typically only a small percentage of oral supplements get absorbed into the bloodstream. If they’re not obliterated by gastric juices in your stomach, then they’ll likely be ushered out by liver enzymes to become waste (on several levels, e.g. waste of time, waste of money, waste of your body’s energy).

Our Guts Become Less Efficient with Age

We’d all like to get our vitamins from a healthy diet. But lifestyle factors and aging, especially, can limit our ability to get proper nutrients from food. And not everybody has access to an all-natural, organic diet. As we age, poor appetite and an unhealthy gut can affect the quality of our nutrition. Supplements become the go-to in these situations. But if we can’t efficiently digest nutrients from food, why do we expect to get them from supplements that are processed in the same way?

Supplements Can Be Poorly Formulated

Along with an inefficient absorbency, many supplements have additional downsides that are purposely added. Vitamins often contain binders, fillers, and flow agents, used to make the ingredients stick together or to make the vitamins easier to manufacture. And sometimes companies will coat pills with wax or other substances to give them a longer shelf life. Unfortunately, all of these things can prevent vitamins from disintegrating, being absorbed, and ultimately being effective.

It Could Be Your Genes

It’s believed that some people react differently to oral supplements because of their genes. Preliminary studies have found that genetics could prevent some people from absorbing vitamins like Vitamin E. More studies are needed to determine if this might apply to other vitamin supplements. This is important because when you take a lot of vitamins that are not being absorbed, this could cause harmful effects.


Why Liposomal Supplements Work

As you saw in the video, liposomes are nano-sized bubbles with an external shell made of healthy phospholipids (fats) and a hollow liquid center.


These fat bubbles can be loaded with supplemental nutrients. Now here’s where things get really interesting …

Liposomes Speak Your Body’s Language

The phospholipids (healthy fats) used for liposomes are the major building blocks of cell membranes. This means that the liposome that is delivering your nutrient package speaks the language of your body. It has access to your bloodstream … it’s like having an inside guy.

Liposomes Are Natural

This isn’t weird, unnatural science. It’s how babies take nutrition from breast milk. Infants can’t absorb all the nutrients they need through the digestive system. Naturally occurring lipids in breast milk form around nutrients and protect them throughout the digestive process.


Natural phospholipids can come from milk, eggs, and vegetable oils. Dr. Emek Blair, from Puffin Hemp and Puffin Health, uses phospholipids from healthy sunflower oil to customize his lab-grade liposomes for a variety of nutrients.


Why We Trust Puffin Hemp and Puffin Health

Backed by Experience and Science

We can’t speak for other products on the market, but we personally know and trust Dr. Emek Blair. He is an award-winning chemist who has over a decade of experience in food manufacturing and the hemp industry, and nearly two decades of experience studying, developing, and customizing liposomes.

And, most importantly, he has taught us that mimicking nature is the best way. Letting your body absorb nutrients in a natural, preferred way is better than loading it with oral supplements that don’t get used and that your liver has to work overtime to expel from your body. In fact, liposomes are safer. You may have heard that large doses of CBD could lead to liver toxicity … Doesn’t happen with liposomal CBD, and Puffin Hemp has the studies to prove it.

Most Effective Liposomes with Proven Results

At The Hemp Haus, we use Puffin Hemp every day, so we can personally attest to its effectiveness. But you don’t have to believe us; Puffin Hemp has the scientific data to prove that these liposomes have the highest CBD absorption rate on the market—up to 85%!

Additionally, Puffin Hemp also has the first human clinical safety study on liposomal CBD published in the peer-reviewed American Journal of Endocannabinoid Medicine.

Several more studies that have already been carried-out will are forthcoming, while still more studies are being conducted using Dr. Blair’s Puffin Cellg8 liposomal formula.


The Liposome Takeaway

Puffin Cellg8 formula liposomes are safe, fast-acting, powerful, efficient, and deliver nutrients in a natural way that is familiar to your body. So why isn’t everybody using them yet? Sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know. But now that you do know, The Hemp Haus is always here to answer anyone’s questions. We are an education first establishment. We are not high-pressure salespeople. We’re confident that once people know about the products we believe in, we won’t have to try to sell them.

Our mission is to empower people with knowledge so they can make comfortable, informed decisions about their health.

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