A Growing Demand: Ultrasonic Processors for Cannabis Nanotechnology
Solving bioavailability issues with cannabinoids, nanoemulsion technology and ultrasonic techniques increase product effectiveness.
Our host Ellis Smith and guest N'Gai Barbero, of Protein Solutions Group ('PSG'), provide a look at an innovative and unique proteomic processing agent that protects, rapidly dehydrates, and preserves any natural substance without damaging cellular integrity.
The pharmaceutical industry has long perceived cannabis as a threat. Only recently has the pharmaceutical begun to change its perspective of the infamous herb—from an illicit substance to a potential goldmine.
Retraining atomic energy may sound like science fiction, but one company in California is using quantum mechanics to increase the bioactivity of cannabinoid molecules and other rare botanical ingredients.
While Seattle, home of Microsoft, has always had roots in technology, on Friday and Saturday, thousands of people will converge in the Washington city for CBD Expo Northwest to learn about a new realm of technology: innovations and advances in the technology and medical science of cannabidiol.