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Stirling CBD unveils potent new extracts

Water-soluble cannabinoids provide wide-range of health benefits

Stirling CBD unveils potent new extracts
Photo via Stirling CBD

A health and wellness-focused industry leader in CBD products recently developed four new potent extracts derived from cannabis, but rather than utilizing flammable liquids like butane or ethanol in the extraction process the company has simply used cold water.

California-based cannabis producer, Stirling CBD announced on Wednesday that it would be releasing the strongest water-soluble CBD products on the market – including a CBD Isolate, CBDA, CBGA and a CBGA/CBDA full-spectrum solution.

Stirling claims that those new products are the strongest available because the powders contain a 10 per cent total cannabinoid ratio by weight.

CBGA is an acidic variation of cannabigerol (CBG), which is also a biosynthetic precursor for all cannabinoids. The most noteworthy of those cannabinoids is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol – the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.

CBDA stands for cannabidiolic acid, a cannabinoid present in hemp plants. The National Institute of Health says that CBDA is the central phytocannabinoid in cannabis sativa L. plants. Greater interest in CBD in recent days has caused many of the health benefits that CBDA can offer to be overlooked.

When the two compounds are combined into Stirling’s CBGA/CBDA full-spectrum solution the benefits of both powders combine to become quite powerful. According to a press release by Stirling, the combo has been referenced in multiple national articles as being a “super-nutrient” with distinctive characteristics.

“While CBD and THC are the most known cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, other variants, such as CBGA and CBDA are gaining massive momentum in the market and attracting research dollars. It is quite amazing to see the early study results and how they have helped out patients,” said Stirling President, Joe Kryszak.

Read more: People consume cannabis to address health and wellness concerns: Curaleaf survey

Read more: Inadequate testing for CBD contaminants raises industry concerns: Leafreport

The market leader in health and wellness products has expressed that its new merchandise will enable its users to live a much healthier life and that the new powders will be capable of alleviating a multitude of symptoms including pain, sleeplessness and inflammation.

As mentioned previously, the company is also quite proud of its ability to extract cannabinoids using only cold water when other producers have been known to use ethanol, butane or CO2.

Stirling has additionally launched a series of full-spectrum hemp extracts that also contain CBDA and CBGA – alongside all other cannabinoids present within hemp plants.

The company said CBGA and CBDA are acidic precursors of CBG and CBD, which have been found to be particularly promising for having health benefits such as anti-virus protection and anti-inflammatory properties.

Stirling CBD was founded in 2014 in Santa Cruz, California. The company later launched its first CBD products in 2018 and created Stirling Professional CBD – a product that has been distributed to a wide selection of health and wellness enthusiasts and practitioners including massage therapists, weight gyms, chiropractic centres and CrossFit facilities.

 

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