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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DISSOLVABLE CANNABINOIDS

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DISSOLVABLE CANNABINOIDS

Over the past couple of years, you can probably imagine that parents have been on high alert after the news about marijuana legalization was released. After all, now that a drug is 100% legal in some states and allowed for medical use in many more, wouldn’t you (as a parent) have cause for concern? Needless to say, the little green plant has not always received a ton of positive light. Earlier this year, a 5th grader from New Mexico unintentionally gave some pot-infused gummy bears to her friends, while some Indiana teens suffered from a severe attack after consuming THC gummy candies. Now, marijuana tea, energy drinks, brownies, and sodas are on the market. What’s next? How about some cannabinoids that can dissolve in a liquid? Here is what you need to know about these tricky little chemicals.

What Is the Purpose?

Overall, many members of the cannabis community (just like the rest of us) might be turned off by the horde of sugary snacks and drinks that line the shelves of stores. Needless to say, the same could be said for their feeling towards pot-infused edibles. Likewise, regular cannabinoids are fat-soluble and do not mix very well with water. After being added to a product (e.g. batter, coffee), these chemicals coagulate and do not produce a very delightful blend. However, dissolvable cannabinoids are completely soluble and mix well with other products.

Keep in mind, though, that these cannabinoids are completely tasteless. So, your child will not be able to tell if something containing these chemicals tastes particularly odd, and neither will you.

Synthesizing Dissolvable Cannabinoids

Since 2016, Colorado-based company Stillwater Brands has been experimenting with dissolvable cannabinoids to provide a sensible, healthier solution for marijuana aficionados. In fact, founders Jeremy Goldstein, Missy Bradley, and Justin Singer joined forces to find a replacement product for Justin’s grandmother, who suffered from diabetes. As a result, the business produced its signature product: Ripple (dissolvable THC).

Here is a look at the laboratory process used to create these products:

  • Emulsification: full decarboxylation of the marijuana cannabinoids
  • Drying: ensuring all moisture evaporates
  • Packaging: sending out to the customers

Always remember that marijuana does not have control over your life. You do. Are you suffering from a substance use disorder or a severe form of addiction? Do you have a friend or family member suffering from one or more of these debilitating illnesses? If you do, get in touch with Asana Recovery today. Our counselors and healthcare experts are ready to walk you through every step of the detox and withdrawal process and rehabilitation and guide you towards living a happier, healthier, and freer lifestyle. While the road to recovery might not be an easy road to travel, we promise to help you every step of the way. Take the first step to stay fit, healthy, and safe.

The time for you to take back control of your life is now. If you are interested in one of our residential treatment or supervised detoxification/withdrawal programs, we are ready and waiting to speak with you at your disclosure. Call Asana now at (949) 438-4504 to learn how to overcome your drug abuse or addiction troubles today.

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