CannaPowder is developing revolutionary nanometric cannabis powders – an Innovative delivery system to enable cannabis users, whether for recreational or medicinal purposes, to enjoy the benefits of the human endo-Cannabinoid mechanism in a more effective way. To achieve the desired benefits, the cannabinoids must be “activated” by heating them to above 70 degrees Celsius. Currently, the common practices to achieve activation are: Smoking, Extracting the plant into oil and Vaporizing. Each practice has its own deficiencies
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