- Focused on developing remedies from cannabis oil
- Research programs in conjunction with Universities of Waterloo & Western Ontario
- Strategy to capture market share of non-smoke MMJ nutraceuticals
To acquire the benefits of cannabis, there are many pathways, with some being distinctly safer than others. There are tinctures and topicals; there is dabbing; and there is vaping. There are drinks and digestibles and, of course, there is smoking. Over the last few decades, what some wits refer to as ‘puffing the magic dragon’ has emerged as the top delivery method for users of cannabis, but smoking harms nearly every organ of the body and causes many diseases, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) (http://cnw.fm/3PntS). Given such adverse aftereffects, interest in safer delivery options, like those made possible by technology from Algae Dynamics Corp. (OTC: ADYNF), has grown. Algae Dynamics is an innovative biotech currently engaged in the development of nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals utilizing hemp, cannabis and algae oils. The company plans to be a global leader in the formulation and development of health products from cannabis derivatives, algae oils and other botanical oils.
The days when inhaling and exhaling tobacco fumes was regarded as chic or sophisticated are long gone. Now that the danger from cigarettes has been laid bare, the glamour long associated with them has evaporated much as their smoke does. Smoking is responsible for about 480,000 deaths each year in the United States; that is nearly one in five deaths, a figure that exceeds…
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