Making Water Soluble Cannabinoids Work For You

As the legal cannabis industry continues to grow, there is a great deal of interest in the possibilities of water soluble cannabinoids. From THC infused coffee and water, to CBD gummies and even THC beer, the list of potential products is endless.

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But in order to produce these types of drinks, the chemistry has to be right. Many current infused beverages are oil-based, meaning that they need to be shaken before use. But this is not ideal for a variety of reasons: shakes can degrade carbonated drinks, leave a residue, make the drink taste weird or look cloudy, or create an inconsistent dose.

In order to avoid this, manufacturers have to make the water soluble cannabinoids water-soluble. But how? The answer lies in a process called emulsification. Emulsification is a process that allows immiscible substances to be mixed together without separation (think oil and water). The best equipment for making these kinds of emulsions is a high pressure homogenizer, like the ones made by BEE International. These devices can make stable emulsions that are guaranteed to deliver a consistent level of water-soluble cannabinoid each and every time.

Once the cannabinoids are made water-soluble, they can be added to a variety of other drinks, including teas, smoothies and even some carbonated waters. This is because the lipids that encapsulate the cannabinoids are broken down into tiny, microscopic particles that can dissolve in any liquid. For consumers, this means they can enjoy a drink of their choice and get to work in seconds instead of minutes. And for producers, it means they can get the effects they want with a lot less fuss, ensuring that their product will be as user-friendly and convenient as possible.

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