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Ultrasonic extraction is used for the extraction and isolation of active compounds such as CBD, THC, CBG terpenes from cannabis. Ultrasonically-assisted extraction (UAE) can be used for the extraction of cannabinoids from hemp and marijuana.
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Ultrasonic retting of fibrous materials such as hemp and flax fibers allows for a fast and efficient fiber modification. Ultrasonically processed bast fibers are fibrillated and show a significantly higher specific surface, increased tensile strength and flexibility. Ultrasonic fiber…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-hemp-fibre-processing.htm
Saponin extracts of the Quillaja saponaria Molina tree are the main source of saponins for industrial applications. Ultrasonic extraction of Quillaja saponins yields in high quality saponins. Ultrasonic extraction is a highly efficient method to produce high yields of…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-extraction-of-quillaja-saponins.htm
Extraction of bioactive compounds such as THC and CBD from cannabis can be performed with different techniques. Ultrasonic extraction equipment has many benefits which makes it the superior extraction method. Due to its high yields, high quality extracts, rapid…https://www.hielscher.com/cannabis-extraction-equipment-the-advantage-of-sonication.htm
For the cannabis sativa plant, two species can be differentiated: marijuana and hemp. Ultrasonic is well known as superior method to isolate cannabinoids from both, marijuana and hemp. Hemp vs Marijuana Cannabis is a family of plants which can…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-extraction-using-hemp-as-raw-material.htm
Caryophyllene oxide is a terpene found in cannabis, hops, pepper, basil and rosemary. As an active compound, the terpene caryophyllene oxide is used as flavouring additive and health supplement. ltrasonic extraction has been proven to give high yields of…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-terpene-extraction.htm
Ultrasonic nanoemulsions excel as drug carrier due to a significantly higher solubilization capacity than simple micelle solutions. Their thermodynamic stability offers advantages over unstable systems such as macro-sized emulsions, dispersions and suspensions. Hielscher's ultrasonicators are used to prepare nanoemulsions…https://www.hielscher.com/why-nanoformulated-medicines.htm
Hielscher ultrasonic extractors are the state-of-art technique when it comes to the reliable and efficient extraction of hemp and CBD oils. Ultrasonication is well-known as a highly potent extraction technique to release valuable compounds from botanicals. In comparison to…https://www.hielscher.com/highly-efficient-ultrasonic-cannabidiol-cbd-extraction-from-cannabis.htm
Psilocybin is the active substance extracted from hallucinogenic mushrooms. Ultrasonic extraction is often used to extract the psilocybin efficiently from mushrooms. Ultrasonic extraction gives high psilocybin yield in a very rapid extraction time. Ultrasonic Isolation of Psilocybin Ultrasonic extraction…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-psilocybin-extraction-from-mushrooms.htm
Cannabis extraction in glycerin is a comfortable way to extract cannabinoids directly from the dry plant material. Cannabis glycerin concentrates can be easily formulated in any kind of cannabis-infused product such as tinctures, vapes, baking ingredient, lotions etc. Ultrasonic…https://www.hielscher.com/preparation-of-cannabis-glycerin-extract-with-ultrasonics.htm
Cannabinoids such as THC, CBD etc. are lipophilic (= hydrophobic) and thereby hardly to disperse in water-based formulations. Ultrasonic homogenizers are powerful emulsifiers, so that they are widely used to produce stable nano-emulsions of cannabinoids in water or any…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-cannabis-oil-emulsion.htm
Ultrasonic extraction is a proven method for the production of THC, but it can be used for analytical purposes, too. Ultrasonication is a common sample prep method used for analysis of the total content of THC in cannabis products.…https://www.hielscher.com/ultrasonic-sample-preparation-for-thc-analysis.htm