henko

organic water soluble

broad spectrum CBD powder

henko broad spectrum cbd powder

Henko describes a symbiosis in which all things are connected, and all things change. Finding harmony in this mosaic environment requires an openness and adaptability, an acceptance of external change, and an awareness of internal change.

water soluble CBD science

Fringe healthcare professionals have partnered with a team of food scientists to improve the experience, reliability, and effectiveness of using CBD to support our overall health.

Water soluble CBD products are tasteless, odorless, and easy to consume. Importantly, they act fast – in 15 minutes, and your body utilizes 4-5 times more of the CBD than in an oil or gummy.

getting started

1.

morning

Start with taking 1 stick pack of Fringe Henko in the morning. See how it makes you feel.

2.

daytime 

For support with stress, mood, focus, recovery, and general health take Fringe Henko during the day.

3.

night time 

To help support a restorative night's sleep, take Fringe Henko 15-30 minutes before bed.

commitment to testing and quality

We are 100% dedicated to ensuring quality in our products. Fringe mana is originally farmed, USA grown, non-GMO Hemp. It is tested for potency, purity, heavy metals, microbials, residual solvents, and pesticides at three stages in our production.

Scan the QR Code on your packaging to view the certificate of analysis of your batch.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question that you can't find the answer to below, please contact us. We would love to hear from you!   hi@joinfringe.com

How Do I Get Started With CBD?

Should you decide to try CBD, the general rule is to “start low and go slow.” When using CBD to help symptoms and improve health, it’s advisable to establish a routine that involves taking the product at approximately the same time each day and recording how you feel.

You can expect that each dose of orally ingested CBD will last up to approximately 6 hours. Water soluble CBD does not need to be taken with food and takes effect quickly, usually in about 10-15 minutes. Oil soluble CBD should be taken with food, and effects can be delayed anywhere from 1-4 hours. Based on this, you can determine what schedule and timing are appropriate for you and plan accordingly.

If an effect is not observed at a dose of 30mg, this dose could be increased. Track your symptoms and intake of CBD carefully so that you know how your body is responding. You will only need to take more if you don’t see an improvement when you track symptoms. It isn’t recommended to start with more than 30mg, as this might cause you to mistake your optimal dose as being higher than it really is.

Change can be immediate or gradual and there are many factors that can affect how you are feeling or sleeping.

How Does CBD Help?

How can it be that one molecule can supposedly help with so many aspects of human health? The answer to that question is both compelling and complex. The complexity of CBD’s physiological effects increases exponentially when you consider that CBD has more than 65 molecular targets in the body.
CBD is said to exhibit “promiscuous pharmacological activity” because it affects such a wide range of receptor targets, which may have a profound effect on our overall health. Everyone experiences results from CBD differently, so check out our advice on how to get started on your personal journey.

How does a CBD broad spectrum work differently in your body than an isolate?

CBD isolate products only contain CBD, while broad spectrum CBD products will contain CBD along with several other cannabinoids and possibly terpenes (the molecules that give the plant its fragrance). Neither CBD isolate nor broad spectrum products will contain THC. It is assumed that each compound in the product will exert an effect, and/or that compounds will interact synergistically, but precisely how this happens is unclear for two reasons.


First, the cannabis extracts that are in a broad spectrum product will vary depending on the strain of cannabis, and the degree of processing. Given the wide diversity in the chemical composition of different cannabis strains, it’s impossible to provide a general statement that describes how a broad spectrum CBD product will work in the body.

Second, because most pre-clinical and clinical research has been done using CBD isolates, or CBD combined with only THC, there is a lack of evidence that describes how different cannabis-derived compounds will interact. This issue is not likely to be resolved soon, as the wide variability in the chemistry of different cannabis strains make it very difficult to experimentally assess different combinations. Because CBD is the dominant phytocannabinoid in both isolate and broad spectrum products, the difference in effects may or may not be significant. The best way to assess your response to different products is to keep a daily record of your symptoms.

Why Does Solubility Matter?

Solubility refers to a product’s ability to dissolve in water. Oil (also known as lipid or fat) soluble CBD products are oily, and do not dissolve in water. Water soluble products are fine powders and do dissolve in water. This difference affects bioavailability, with water soluble products being more bioavailable than oil soluble products. Water soluble products also have a more consistent bioavailability because they are less influenced by factors like taking them with meals.

Studies have shown that only about 6-24% of oil soluble CBD ends up in the bloodstream. In contrast, water soluble CBD is up to 4.5 more bioavailable. 

Bioavailability refers to how much of a product gets into the blood and how much ultimately has an effect on the body. Bioavailability varies depending on how a product is ingested and how it is manufactured; not all of the product that gets ingested will be absorbed into the body. This is an important consideration when it comes to choosing products and doses.