- Lexaria has developed an oral digestion technology that may translate into lower dosages and shorter treatment regimens
- Company is expanding its edible product offerings through a licensing agreement with a Canadian cannabis chocolate manufacturer
- Lexaria continues to develop products for demonstration, testing and sales
Lexaria Bioscience Corp. (CSE: LXX) (OTCQX: LXRP) has developed DehydraTECH™, an oral digestion technology believed to improve the absorption rates of nicotine, non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), vitamins and cannabinoids by as much as five to ten times the normal rate. The time of onset is also reduced, and effects are felt within 15 to 20 minutes versus the normal 60 to 120 minutes. This proprietary technology also eliminates the undesired taste of cannabinoid edibles. By changing the way active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) enter the body, the user can benefit from lower dosages and quicker effects. The bioavailability of the APIs is improved, while side effects are tempered. As a result, this technology promotes far healthier ingestion methods than smoking or vaping.
Recently, the company announced its entry into a licensing agreement with Cannfections Group Inc. This agreement offers Lexaria the ability to provide commercial clients with high quality chocolate edibles. Cannfections is an infused chocolate and gummies contract manufacturer that was recently…
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