Can terpenes, alcohols, and THC acid turn into cannabinoid esters?

THC-O-acetate is a form (ester) of THC that is 300 percent stronger than regular THC. (1) Acetic acid – the compound in tabletop vinegar – can combine with THC to form this acetate ester. Does a similar chemical reaction occur if we used a cannabinoid acid and terpene alcohol, instead of acetic acid and active […]

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Precise Cures – How Nanotechnology Enhances Cannabis Products

As the cannabis industry expands, it also gets more technologically advanced. Within the last few years, a new trend has started which will change how we use cannabis for consumption, especially on the medical front. With nanotechnology, cannabis products can be made to fit a precise diagnosis, and delivered to the exact point necessary.

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What is nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is a branch of technology that involves manipulating particles on an atomic level, with sizes under 100 nanometers. Which – to give a frame of reference – is about 1000 times the thinness of a piece of paper. Nanotechnology is similar to nanoscience, which attacks the same topic, but from the physics side. The two topics are very much intertwined.

In physics, different fields investigate how masses of different sizes behave. Astrophysics examines the nature of how large objects behave, whereas particle physics – on the other end – investigates how the very smallest of particles behave. And particles of these two different extreme sets, behave in their own strange ways. In terms of nanotechnology, particles often conduct electricity better, offer more strength, different reactivity to chemicals, and magnetic abilities.

One of the abilities of nanotechnology, is the ability to force together liquids that would ordinarily not go together: think oil and water. This is an emulsion. When done on particles of bigger sizes, it’s called macroemulsion or microemulsion. When it happens to particles at the size of 20-200 nm, it’s called nanoemulsion. Mico and macroemulsions are used in food products, and chemical industries like for pesticides. Nanoemulsions are newer, and used primarily in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and by biotech companies.

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Nanotechnology and medicine application

This process of putting together unlike substances – emulsions, allows for non-water soluble medications to be absorbed by human beings. The process of taking two immiscible liquids and turning them into one liquid, is done with an emulsifying agent like a surfactant (substance that reduces surface tension). By being absorbed into the bloodstream at a very quick rate, nanoparticles can deliver medication more quickly and effectively. Nanoemulsions are also created to increase the effectiveness of medications at their point of interaction.

Nanoparticles can be used as diagnostic tools, to mask the taste of oily liquids, to protect drugs from hydrolysis and oxidation, and to deliver medicine in a targeted fashion. They can also lengthen the time frame of a medication, and increase bioavailability. On top of all this, they can deliver stem cells, create heat, be metallic, or even be radioactive.

To give an idea of what it means to have a targeted drug delivery system, consider that with nanoparticles, instead of a drug being ingested, digested, and then put into the bloodstream where it effects the entire body, the medication can be delivered straight to the necessary site, bypassing the rest of the body. If there are infected cells, nanoparticles can attack them directly, without hurting healthy cells around. Think about how any time you take an antibiotic, it kills all the good bacteria in your stomach and digestive tract leading to all kinds of problems with reflux and superinfections. With targeted applications, these negative effects wouldn’t necessarily have to exist.

How insanely specific can these delivery systems be made? Well, researchers at MIT just created a cancer drug by combining two nanoparticles. The drug, with these two nanoparticles working in conjunction, does two things. It can both target the cancer cells in patients, and deliver a treatment to the infected cells. That’s a pretty cool one-two punch.

Nanotechnology and cannabis

We know that nanoparticles are made by essentially smashing two liquids that don’t actually mix, into one liquid. We know that this is accomplished using a surfactant, or surface tension lessening agent. And we know that once employed, a nanoparticle can provide a couple different services in disease fighting, like the ability to locate a specific site, and the ability to deliver medications to that site. On the website ‘Neurology of Cannabis’, Dr. Daniel Stein published the article Cannabis & Nanotechnology in 2020, which addresses the growing field of nanotechnology and cannabis applications.

Says Stein, when it comes to cannabis, there are several diseases like cancer, Parkinson’s, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and intense inflammation that are already being looked at in regards to cannabis nanotechnology. Since cannabinoids can be stored within nanoparticles, and delivered to a specific and targeted site, cannabis medicines can be stored, protected, and then delivered for a controlled release without degrading. Nanotechnology can even detect and locate diseases by the first few damaged cells, and deliver a cannabinoid to modify the cell’s behavior before more damage can occur.

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One thought is that if a nanoparticle can identify and focus on a specific cannabinoid receptor right when a disease is first starting to grow, it might be able to pull a 180degree turn, and keep the entire inflammatory process at bay. Other researchers are working on nanoparticles of a ‘superclass’ which would have the ability to treat illnesses across a much broader spectrum. Future research into the use of nanotechnology and cannabis will focus on making the physical particles stronger, increasing the bioavailability, and improving on routes of administration via pills, injections, or sublingual drops, according to Stein.

Future versions of nanotechnology might include ways to maximize absorption and minimize side effects to create the most potent products possible. Considering all the different varieties of cannabis, with all their specific properties, companies can use nanotechnology to offer custom-made therapeutic products. General benefits could also be enhanced through bioengineering to create a more effective version of nearly anything.

Nanotechnology and the blood brain barrier

The blood brain barrier is a barrier that exists around the brain, and which keeps particles from being able to penetrate into the brain. Drugs that cause a person to feel different mentally, have crossed the barrier. In fact, the barrier can be thought of as a bouncer that keeps unwanted molecules out of the brain.

So when it comes to taking medications for anything that would effect the brain, like antidepressants, or for treatment of nervous system disorders like Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis, it’s important to get active compounds into the brain. In answer to this, researchers are currently working to engineer lipid nanocapsules that will contain cannabinoids, that will be able to get through the blood brain barrier, and deliver treatment to areas of the brain.

Nanotechnology and cannabis edibles

Cannabis edibles are becoming more widely used these days with tons of options for food and drink-related products. However, edibles are tricky in that its hard to define how a specific person will absorb them, and how quickly they will actually start working. The company Sunderstorm started manufacturing Kanha Nanotech Gummies, which CEO of the company Cameron Clarke says should kick in within 15 minutes. At the very least this dissuades people from taking a second dose too early, and possibly overdosing on THC.

It seems there is already quite a building competition between brands in the ‘nanotechnology for cannabis edibles’ department. Back in 2019, as Trait Biosciences – a Toronto-based cannabis company, introduced its own product line developed from technology which transforms fat-based cannabinoids to water-soluble ones, it warned consumers against the very technology it was employing, if it was coming from another company.

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Yup, as the company put out its nanotechnology line of cannabis products, it warned consumers “Nanoparticles can permeate into many different types of tissues and you can’t really control that.” And that comes from Dr. Richard Sayre, the Chief Scientific Officer for Trait.

This, of course, doesn’t make what Sayre is saying untrue, in fact, its quite the opposite. He essentially pointed out possible faults in his own company’s products by pointing this out, as well as mentioning his general concern over the use of emulsifying agents like surfactants, and their ability to accumulate in a human system.

There are also other questions which can’t be accounted for yet, like whether nanoparticles can pass from a mother to her unborn child, and if nanoparticles can accumulate in different parts of the body, like the heart, liver, or lungs. Says Dr. Anubhav Pratap Singh, University of B.C.’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems assistant professor, people should know about risks associated with nanotechnology ingestion, especially when the particle size goes under 100 nm.

Companies that sell nanotechnology cannabis products

There are already plenty of companies using nanotechnology to produce cannabis products. Sunderstorm and Trait have already been mentioned, but there are lots more. One such company to be aware of is Geyser Brands, which reportedly closed a deal with Chinese HMI – Hanma Investment Group, which is China’s biggest hemp conglomerate, and a major global technology innovator. Geyser is a cannabis company that develops health and wellness products. They create CBD and hemp-based preparations for conditions like anxiety, pain, and insomnia, using patented nanotechnology delivery systems to allow for slow release.

When it comes to companies specifically in the CBD field which are using nanotechnology, there’s Pressure BioSciences, Inc, a technology company specializing technology solutions, consumables, and, pressure-based instruments. In 2020, it was reported that Pressure signed a deal with Can B Corp for a CBD oil processing system to create a water-soluble nanoparticle solution.

There’s also CBDLiving, which according to COO Sean McDonald, helps with the problem of bioavailability in edibles. Edibles are known to have a low bioavailability. Sometimes only 4-20%, according to McDonald, is actually taken up by the body. He stated, “By nanosizing the protein down to a molecular level, the protein is more easily absorbed into the body, thus increasing the bioavailability to 90 to 100 percent.”

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Another is EmbarkNano, formerly Axiomm Technologies, which is coming in from a slightly different direction. Instead of producing a nanoparticle product directly, EmbarkNano produces a precursor to a nanoparticle, in the form of a micro goo, called µGOO. This special goo makes it easy to create nano products, and in that sense acts as a general base for product manufacturing. µGOO is available to other companies, and can help keep R&D budgets in check by offering this service. Companies can then use the goo to build their own individual products. Like a white-label starter kit for nano cannabis products.

Conclusion

A 5-second internet search will tell you that the field of nanotechnology for cannabis use is competitive and growing. By this time next year, there will likely be at least a hundred products out using nanotechnology for cannabis delivery, or other purposes. It should be kept in mind that nanoparticles are like little rebels, doing what they please, and often in an unpredictable way. So perhaps before we get too comfortable in this new nano-sized world, we should make sure that it’s safe, and not doing harm as it gets us our meds.

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What is diatomaceous earth and why is it used for cannabis cultivation?

A well-known integrated pest management system, known as diatomaceous earth, has been approved for Canada’s cannabis cultivation. This pesticide is comprised of silicon dioxide – a natural substance. (1) What is diatomaceous earth and where did it come from? In reality, diatomaceous earth, or diatomite, is simply a sedimentary rock. Diatoms are single-celled algae that […]

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All about seed-to-sale tracking: the good, the bad, and the ugly

As cannabis legalization is gaining momentum all around the world, the topic of seed-to-sale tracking is also getting more attention—both good and bad. As we’ve come to learn, legalization isn’t just a matter of signing on the dotted line, it requires a complete overhaul of the industry. For regulators and legislators, it’s become imperative to […]

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Who tried to use Vitamin E for cannabis oil common in vape pens

The act of vaping cannabis oil, as well as nicotine, appears to be far safer than smoking. But, a deadly illness suddenly appeared and disappeared just three years ago. The main culprit for the illness, known as Vaping Associated Pulmonary Injury (VAPI), has been cannabis and nicotine vape pens with an unorthodox ingredient, Vitamin E […]

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4 non-cannabis stocks advancing the cannabis industry

These companies are advancing the cannabis industry. Interestingly enough, they aren’t the cannabis stocks many were jumping to a couple of years ago. “Where do I invest my money?” You’ve likely asked someone this question; or hopefully, you’ve perplexed it yourself, at one time or another, in your conquest through adulthood. It’s not such a […]

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How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Cannabis Industry

AI is transforming the world—and the cannabis industry. Some view Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an existential risk that could wipe out humanity, others see it as an exciting new frontier to advance civilization. Regardless of one’s views, its prevalence today cannot be understated. Its application is so ubiquitous that even those critical of AI may […]

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The facts are in: here’s how THC vapes cause lung damage

2,807 cases of e-cigarette or vaping product use associated with lung injury (EVALI) have been reported up to February 2020. EVALI, or VAPI (Vaping Associated Pulmonary Injury), is an illness related to THC (and nicotine) vapes (portable vaporizer devices) that have killed at least 68 vapers. (1) But, what is the science behind vapes, surfactants […]

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Guide: How to Make Delta-8 THC at Home

The new vape ban which starts March 28th, 2021, will make it more difficult to get products like delta-8 THC to people’s homes. Unlike standard delta-9, it does necessitate some processing, so it cannot be simply extracted from the plant as it occurs in far too small amounts. Fortunately, it’s not the hardest thing to make delta-8 THC, and you can even do it in your home.

We’re down to just a few more days before the US 2021 vape ban goes into effect making it nearly impossible to order delta-8 THC through the mail. Delta-8 is preferable to delta-9 THC for many people, and this vape ban will make products harder to obtain. Check out our great Delta-8 THC deals to take advantage of mail order, while we can still ship to you!

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To simply say that a person has the ability to buy the products to create delta-8 THC, does not mean they should do it. The processes mentioned below often use dangerous chemicals, and should not be handled by those who are unfamiliar with them. Having said that, for especially the more scientifically-minded out there, the idea that a person can make delta-8 THC at home, is a project worth undertaking, especially as access to it goes down because of the ban.

Some basics on delta-8 THC

Delta-8 THC is a naturally occurring derivative of delta-9 THC, the most commonly associated THC in cannabis, though neither form occur in large amounts in fresh cannabis flowers. The form in fresh cannabis flowers is THCA which decarboxylates to form delta-9 THC. In the decarboxylation process, which can occur naturally over time from sun exposure, or by applying high temperatures, a CO2 molecule is dropped. That chemical change is also relevant for the activation of THC’s psychoactive effects, which do not exist with THCA. In that sense, there is actually no (or only miniscule amounts of) psychoactive components in a fresh cannabis plant.

Delta-8 THC is associated with a less intense psychoactive high, and less anxiety and panic response. Some say that the high is very clear, and that senses are heightened in users. Delta-8 THC is structurally similar to delta-9, and shares many of the same medical benefits.

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Once THCA has decarboxylated to form delta-9 THC, the delta-9 can account for as much as 30% of some marijuana plants. Delta-8 on the other hand, only comes from the oxidation of delta-9. The only structural difference between delta-8 THC, and delta-9 THC (and the other versions of THC created synthetically) is where the double carbon bond occurs. In delta-8, it’s on the 8th carbon atom in the chain, for delta-9, it’s the 9th, and so on. There are actually other forms of THC that have been synthesized, and which do not occur at all on their own, like delta-10 THC.

Is delta-8 legal?

Delta-8 is produced on its own from the oxidation of delta-9, but in order to make large amounts of it, it requires extra processing techniques that some might say make it synthetic. The question of whether delta-8 is synthetic is important when considering the DEA’s Interim Final Rule, and the compound’s general legality. Delta-8 THC, though originally isolated in the 1960’s, didn’t get popular until the 2018 US Farm Bill established the legal ability to cultivate, process, and sell hemp-derived products.

Since delta-8 must be sourced from delta-9, and delta-9 can be found in either high-THC marijuana, or low-THC hemp, it can technically be sourced from either plant. This creates a legal loophole whereby delta-8 THC is illegal under Schedule I of all drug treaties, yet able to be sourced through legal means. The Interim Final Rule, which was put out in 2020, and was meant to clarify the Farm Bill, only created more confusion. It stipulated that all synthetic THC’s are still illegal, bringing up the second question of, is delta-8 THC synthetic?

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Making drugs at home

The idea that you can make delta-8 THC in your own home isn’t that far out. Growing cannabis is the most popular home-made drug, and doesn’t require any chemical processing. However, that more complicated lab-oriented processes can’t be carried out at home is obviously untrue. Not only do people use solvents already to create cannabis oils, but let’s remember that the crack and meth industries both started, grew, and thrived off of home-based operations, with the creation of methamphetamine in particular being quite a process.

Crack is made by cooking cocaine and baking soda, applying heat, and then allowing to cool. This can be done almost anywhere, and isn’t associated with massive accidents or explosions. On the other hand, making meth is a more complex process, though still a quick one, and comes with many more dangers. The following is a short description of how to cook meth, and the reason I’m showing cooking instructions for this drug is just to give an idea of what people are already capable of doing in their own homes, and without professional help. So even if it sounds complicated, remember it’s being done all the time by regular people.

Meth is made primarily by the ‘Nazi Dope’ method which involves mainly household items that can be purchased at a drug store, like pseudo-ephedrine. The exception is anhydrous ammonia which is a chemical fertilizer used on farms, but still not hard to obtain. Pseudo-ephedrine tablets (used for colds and flus), are broken up and put in a mixture of water and a solvent like alcohol, denatured alcohol, or antifreeze. This process takes the pseudo-ephedrine out of the tablet.

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The next step is to take lithium pieces from batteries, and add them to anhydrous ammonia to create a chemical reaction with the ephedrine. Drain cleaners with high amounts of sulfuric acid are used in the final step to produce hydrogen chloride gas, with ether used at the end to eliminate extra ingredients. There are several steps here, several dangerous chemicals being used, and the ability for accidents like explosions.

How to make delta-8 THC from CBD

Luckily, we’re not looking to cook meth. When it comes to what we want, there is more than one way to make delta-8 THC at home. These are chemical processes that would not have been used much by individuals at home until recently. Right now, delta-8 is generally made in a lab, but as the vape ban goes into effect, being able to make delta-8 THC at home becomes that much more important.

First off, delta-8 THC can be converted from CBD. It can be done with a solvent, by dissolving 1gram of CBD into 10 ml .005 molar H2SO4 (conc. sulfuric acid) into glacial acetic acid. After three days, the CBD will have converted 15% into delta-9, 54% to delta-8, 10% to delta-8-iso-THC, and 10% remains unchanged. This new solution is poured into water with sodium bicarbonate added to raise the ph level above 7. Petrol ether is then used to extract the cannabinoids, they’re washed with water, and then heated to evaporate solvents. This leaves the aforementioned amounts of cannabinoids after three days, along with some other byproducts depending on the specific situation.

The non-solvent way of converting CBD to delta-8 THC is to heat .5 grams of CBD with .09 grams of anhydrous ZnCl2 (zinc chloride) at a temperature of 150º. This is best done in a vacuum to avoid oxidation, and should be stirred in the process. It should take about two hours for 40-50% of the CBD to convert to both delta-9 and delta-8 THC.

How to make delta-8 THC from delta-9

Yet another method involves a spinning band distillation process, and is used to convert delta-9 THC to delta-8 THC. For this process, “Mix in 4% acidic alumina silicate with your extracted and winterized crude cannabis oil.  Distill the cannabis oil and collect the THC distillate as you normally would.  The combination of the acidic alumina silicate and boiling flask heat will catalyze the rearrangement of the THC molecule from delta-9 to delta-8-THC.”

These processes and the supplies for them, might not be cost effective for everyone, and it certainly requires somewhat of a scientific mind. But these are not extreme processes, and even the more intense sounding equipment used, can be found as home-use instruments as well. We have, after all, gotten acclimated to the idea that cooking meth is a standard thing that anyone can do.

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And if meth can be cooked, then its also possible to do a less dangerous practice like make delta-8 THC at home. This extrakTALKS youtube video episode includes Doctors Jon and Randall Thompson, as they explain in detail extraction methods, legalities, necessary equipment, and more, to make delta-8 THC.

The 2021 mail vape ban

As part of a far-reaching Omnibus Appropriations and Coronavirus Relief Package that passed congress late last year, an unattached provision was included that says vape products will not be able to be sent through the mail legally after March 28th, 2021 using UPS, FEDEX, or USPS. The ban does not illegalize use, production, or sale of items, but rather works as a barrier to make obtaining certain products significantly harder. One of the products that will likely be hit hard by this ban, is delta-8 THC. This product is generally produced in a lab, as it has to be sourced from delta-9 THC. Many businesses for delta-8 use mail-order, which will be stymied by this ban.

The ban is for all tobacco vape products, with cannabis products falling into that category due to the Federal Law for Control of Tobacco Products of 2008, which put cannabis under the term of ‘tobacco products’. This means CBD vapes, e-juice liquid, nicotine cartridges, and even vape flavorings, cannot be sent through the mail with the listed services. This ban targets both cannabis and non-cannabis products.

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It also targets smaller independent companies that have diverted revenue from larger biotech and pharmaceutical companies, and which have a harder time operating under these conditions. Governments all over the world are protecting pharmaceutical interest over smaller companies when it comes to cannabis. Take France, for example, which went to court with the entire EU to keep natural CBD illegal in the country, while allowing GW Pharmaceuticals’ Epidiolex perfect legality. The US government is not illegalizing anything, it’s not saying not to use these products, and it didn’t want you to know it was doing this, hence passing the measure in an omnibus bill. Just some things to consider.

Conclusion

This ban is awful, but it promotes the idea that individuals who need it, can make delta-8 THC in home, and perhaps it will be because of the ban that a larger number of people will learn the ins and outs of delta-8 THC home production. It also will probably mean a growth in products and equipment related to in-house delta-8 THC manufacture. There are a couple sayings that I think do well here:

  1. Where there’s a will, there’s a way
  2. Necessity is the mother of all invention

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New potent THCo and CBDo ents were created with cannabis terpenes

New marvel cannabinoids have been discovered within cannabis decades after Dr. Roger Adams first found CBD in 1942 and then later synthesized THC from CBD. (1) So, wonderous discoveries into new phytocannabinoids clearly take numerous steps to achieve. And thankfully, new potent forms of THCo and CBDo ents, have now been created from dirt-cheap and […]

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