Structured Water & Cannabis Oil Nano Emulsions
Cannabis Nano Structured water.
Eliminate Surfactants, emulsifiers by 90% or more no alcohol.
True Nano Emulsions
Nano emulsions composed of oil and water and are stabilized by surfactants and alcohol.
Nanoemulsions are kinetically stable liquid-in-liquid dispersions with droplet sizes on the order of 100 nm. Their small size leads to useful properties such as high surface area per unit volume, robust stability, optically transparent appearance, and tunable rheology. Nanoemulsions are finding application in diverse areas such as drug delivery, food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and material synthesis. Nanoemulsions consist of fine oil-in-water dispersions, having droplets covering the size range of 100-600 nm. Nanoemulsions, usually spherical, are a group of dispersed particles used for pharmaceuticals biomedical aids and vehicles that shows great promise for the future of cosmetics, diagnostics, drug therapies and biotechnologies. Nano emulsion is a heterogeneous mixture of lipid and aqueous phase and stability are achieved by using a suitable material known as emulsifying agents. Nanoemulsion is a translucent system compare to ordinary emulsion or some time microemulsion. It has been demonstrated that with the help of nanoemulsion as a delivery system retention time of a drug in the body can be increased, so low amount of drug is required for the therapeutic action.
The collapse of the formed bubbles generates shock waves that lead to the disruption of the droplets of the crude emulsion. In this process, the droplet size can be controlled by the optimization of the following parameters: oil concentration in the emulsion, viscosity of the continuous phase, emulsification time and optimized cavitation.
More Nano Emulsions
Moreover, nanoemulsions-based encapsulation confers stability to droplet against aggregation and gravitational separation besides delivering the protected ingredient to the specific site. In particular, translucent or transparent nanoemulsions (droplet diameter: \100 nm) have received much attention by food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics sector, in the recent years. This type of nanoemulsions can be readily incorporated into sports drinks, clear beverages, cosmetics and medicinal formulations .
Our Nanoemulsions made using significantly at least 10 times less surfactant amounts then any microemulsions. They are completely water-compatible and can be easily mixed into water or any beverage. Storage life at least 1 year. No separation.
For a typical cannabinoid dose of 10 – 15 mg, requiring 20 – 30 mg of cannabis oil extract to be present in a beverage, a nanoemulsion-type formulation will only contain about 7 – 11 mg of surfactant, making the beverage much easier to bring into compliance with regulations and helping it retain its original taste. In addition, nanoemulsions can be produced using natural surfactants (formulation shown above), which avoids having any synthetic ingredients in the resulting products.
All emulsions contain water. Having good water is the key to any emulsion quality.
Complex physical and chemical processes occur in the water subject to cavitation treatment. Its hardness decreases, i.e. water becomes softer. The electrical conductivity also decreases. The color value decreases by more than two times because of the collapse of humic acid molecules into free radicals, which precipitate.
Because of intense cavitation microbiological impurities, such as bacteria, spores and viruses are almost completely neutralized in the water. Nonchemical method of cavitation treatment of water allows for its deeper purification while preserving biologically important trace elements (calcium, magnesium, potassium, fluorine, etc.). Any water treatment process consists of conversion of substances dissolved in the water into insoluble substances or gases, and their subsequent removal. The process of cavitation treatment of waste and natural waters is combined with an aeration process and degassing. Aeration is a process of oxygen enrichment and degassing is removal of dissolved gases.
The effectiveness of bactericidal effect of cavitation depends on the intensity and time of exposure. The effectiveness of cavitation affects neither turbidity, nor salt composition of water, nor color value of the original liquid. When subject to cavitation treatment, colloids and particles that can contain bacteria are destroyed. Thus, pathogens are deprived of protection to other cavitation factors: chemical, physical, electrical. Cavitation disinfection destroys even such strong mold spores as Asergoluss niger; this kind of mold spores is not destroyed by ultraviolet or ozone.