High CBD / CBD-A content in frozen hemp juice may not lead to high content in freeze-dried hemp juice powder found in capsules on the market. We have made several tests on different devices to freeze-dry hemp juices. Subsequent lab analysis shows disappointing results. Freeze-drying reduces the hemp juice to a dry powder of 1/10 to 1/15 of the original weight of the juice. The powder is easy to handle, to transport and to store. However, these advantages are outweighed by very poor Cannabinoid results. The CBD / CBD-A as well as the THC / THC-A contents in the powder are no way near the amounts one would expect due to the concentration of juice into powder.
Consumers who are disappointed not to see comparable results from hemp juice powder capsules than they experienced from frozen hemp juice may want to revert back to using the juice itself. There are, however, ways to increase the CBD effectively.
- by using as much as a teaspoon full of powder instead of 1 capsule per day, but that turns out to be exceedingly costly…
- by treating the hemp juice a certain natural way before freeze drying it
Claremont-Collection GmbH, Hamburg, shares it’s know-how on the patented process to pressing hemp juice…
Hemp Juice Lady is all for quality control and consumer protection in a new market. What is happening in the CBD-extract market must not happen to the hemp juice market! There are global patents in place to regulate the manufacturing of true GreenSnake® hemp juice. The registered seal of GreenSnake® aims to protect consumers through quality standards and legality. The seal may be displayed only by those producers who have entered into license agreements with the owners of the hemp juice patents. Those producers thereby share the rich knowledge base of the inventors of pressing the hemp plant into hemp juice and to process this juice.
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