Technology and innovation in the cannabis industry are fast and furious. Here are some of the baddest new products on the market today.
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Interest in LED lighting is hot right now. And thanks to longer-lasting diodes and lower power need, they produce ample light for a more extended period without maintenance. For a more expensive investment, LEDs present a lower cost of ownership than high-pressure sodium metal halides or T5 fluorescents.
Solvent extractors and rosin presses are getting more sophisticated each day, but there’s always room for improvement.
Techniques that were once hazardous have given way to methods and tools that won’t burn down your house. And they’re speedy too! If you dab, you’ve probably already tried solventless extracts that were made in seconds using this latest technology.
Juicy and delicious “terps” sometimes need some coaxing out of the plant material by way of isolation technology which has also benefited from innovative advancements. (Ultimately made possible because of consumer interest.)
Here’s where we see some crossover tech from both the fragrance and essential oils industries. Steam distillation is one such example that works as well for cannabis as it does for other botanicals. The technique uses rising steam to pull the oils from the plant material it passes through. Even the water by-product from this process is useful.
Because of this, you can expect to see more products boasting isolated terpenes in the coming years.
Parker is a cannabis enthusiast to the core who shares a keen interest in listening to what others have to say and understanding what’s important to them. Those who know Parker know that his passion for health and wellness runs deep, and his love of Canada even deeper!