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Vapor Capture Technology Now Commercially Available

Mar 16, 2018 | Original story from CannRx

Vapor Capture Technology Now Commercially Available

CannRx Technology Inc., is proud to announce that its Vapor Capture Technology (VCT) is now commercially available. The CannRx revolutionary extraction technology is designed specifically to make readily available the awesome potential of the cannabis plant and get the maximum benefits in the cleanest, healthiest, and most efficient way.

 

VCT has numerous benefits including:

• High yield

• Improved therapeutic and bio-relevant profiles

• Complete extraction in single run

• Clean and efficient

• Full profile of cannabinoids

• Pre-Activated cannabinoids

• Rapid run-time

• All-in-one – combined extraction and activation of cannabinoids

• Fully water-soluble extract or powder (with CannTrrap)

 

Downloading Cannabinoids from the “Cloud”

 

VCT is the only extraction system designed specifically for the cannabis plant. It provides a pre-activated, highly bio-available cannabis extract with a unique cannabinoid/terpene profile that cannot be replicated using any other extraction technology.

 

VCT extracts the bioactive agents in the cannabis by generating a vapor or smoke cloud plume from the whole cannabis plant. The “cloud” is processed through a unique stepwise re-solubilization process that recaptures the activated full cannabis spectrum of bioactive molecules. The extract can be formulated for inhalation (aerosol or intranasal), edibles, dermal and sublingual delivery. The resultant material can be processed into a fully water-soluble powder or liquid or into an oil.

 

In vivo testing of extracts produced with the VCT technology demonstrate rapid onset with a prolonged therapeutic benefit over other extraction technologies in disease models.

 

Dr. William Levine, Executive Chairman of CannRX Technology states, “This patent protected, high-yield cannabis extraction process provides pre-activated, better quality extracts and concentrates than anything currently on the market.  This is truly breakthrough cannabis technology and we are thrilled to be ready to market the technology internationally.”

 

How Vapor Capture Technology works

 

The CannRx Cannabis Reactor works by first vaporizing or combusting selected cannabis raw material. The vaporization units utilize digitally-controlled and precise heating elements to target specific evaporation points of the cannabis plant constituents. Implementing vaporization or combustion units will result with different cannabinoids combinations suitable to address different medical conditions. Moreover, combined extraction is an option using both vaporization and combustion units that will result with differentiated fragrance and flavor of the end product. This adds the ability to control for specific cannabinoids and selective optimization of various entourage combinations. The solubilization unit captures the vapor plume, dissolves it in a liquid and then stores it in the collection unit ready for downstream processing.

 

VCT replicates the same cannabinoid profile that would be achieved by smoking or vaping cannabis flowers. All other extraction systems alter the cannabinoid profile and then package it for vaping or other delivery systems such as edibles or oils. The VCT final product is not dependent on additional heating steps. As such, it is more controlled, potent, and enables precision dosing for medical applications and full entourage effect for recreational use.

 

The VCT-1 is the first in a line of next-generation extraction technology, creating the closest thing to vaping or smoking, only cleaner, at lower cost, superior quality, and with precision dosing.


This article has been republished from materials provided by CannRx. Note: material may have been edited for length and content. For further information, please contact the cited source.

 

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