The Emulsification Process Of Cannabis

The Emulsification Process Of Cannabis

The emulsification process of cannabis with Tyler Peterson Director of Business Development at SōRSE Technology. Our next guest’s company focuses on the emulsification process of cannabis and CBD products and they have come up with a process (that over 30 brands on the market currently use) to ensure edibles and beverages are shelf-stable and have consistent dosing of the active ingredient from the first bite or sip to the last. SōRSE Technology sells and licenses a proprietary water-soluble cannabinoid emulsion technology (patent-pending) that enables increased bioavailability, accurate dosing, and over 12 months of shelf stability. His company has explained that the telltale signs of liquid separation and sour odor will have you lunging for the door.

The Emulsification Process Of Cannabis

On the other hand, the shelf life of cannabis-infused edibles is not so telling. It isn’t just a buzz lost when it comes to expired cannabis products. Consumers should be aware that expired edibles can make you sick if other ingredients go bad. Scott Riefler, chief scientific officer for SoRSE spoke to BevNet and said the company has seen significant jumps in sales in the CBD space. He said consumer purchases were up and that there had been a 45% increase in B2B sales between February and March. With the reliability of so many CBD products sold anywhere that might not be effective. SōRSE helps with that greatly. They actually have products that are labeled with “Powered by SōRSE” stickers.