Emulsification reduces the THC oils to very small, protected droplets.
Oil droplets will now remain dispersed as individual droplets instead of grouping back together and separating from water again.
The new liquid is an oil and water combination that plays nicely with other liquids but still has many of the properties of cannabis like taste and smell.
Terpenes provide flavors and aromas, while cannabinoids are the chemicals that either get you high or provide other sensory properties.
Next is refinement, the process of activating terpenes to bring out their effects. We distill our liquid again, potentially a few times, to remove the terpenes and isolate the desired cannabinoid. And that’s why there’s no cannabis taste or smell, just the wonderful effects of cannabis that can be mixed with other products for equal distribution and dosing.
The new droplets prefer to be uniformly and equally dispersed throughout the surrounding liquid.
Once your product goes to market, consumers will love the consistent high that comes on quicker than with oil-based infusions (sometimes as soon as 15 minutes).