It is always a bit of a gamble with Cannabis. Properly dosed, it creates relaxation or even euphoria, but too much could cause paranoia. Marijuana takes time for casual users to be able to self – manage the effects, and it can be even more challenging for medical users who need cannabis for the treatment of conditions like pain or epilepsy.
From pills to vaporizers, cannabis has made it difficult or even impossible to realistically quantify how much medicine is being utilized. Marijuana contains over 500 chemicals that can interact in many ways. Scientists don’t really yet understand, so it is not a surprise that users are still working it out. The end result, in terms of effects, depends as much on the state of mind and physiology of the user as it will on the plant itself.
One study has found the THC levels in marijuana have increased 300% since 1995 as a result of selective breeding. This continuous change has created an uncertainty in dosing, making it especially challenging. Patients using cannabis to treat ailments like epilepsy are more interested in the higher levels of CBD, which is the non-psychoactive component. A cannabis strain with high potency THC or a high potency CBD, will create a different reaction from the use of a balanced hybrid.
Currently, botanists are tasked with labeling strains and determining what balance between THC and CBD is best in each situation. For example, most strains will relieve pain to some extent but the ratio of THC to CBD will increase or decrease the effectiveness. Unfortunately, the pain patient can not tell by looking at his or her current stash what the ratio is, even if he did know the right dosage for his ailment.
Cannabis compounds all have bi – phasic properties. As such, high and low doses produce opposite results for users. Smaller doses have more of a stimulant effect, and larger doses have a more sedative effect. CBD is more valuable therapeutically than THC, so the balance can be difficult to determine between the two in any specific plant, for any specific person, in any specific dose, for any specific ailment.
Dosing for emotional or physical problems means keeping a close eye out for negative effects which extends the dosage gamble. The continuous change in potency, plus the numerous other variables has undercut the industry’s ability to promote medical and casual marijuana as a predictable experience for users and patients.
From the consumer’s standpoint, cannabis provides them with quick relief and significantly more economical usage than other pharmaceutical options. While they know cannabis will not kill them, an overdose is very uncomfortable and can be specifically counter – productive for medical users.
Despite the lack of consistency of experience there has been a recent upsurge in interest in the usage of cannabis vapes. A reported 400% increase in purchases between 2015 and 2016 demonstrates just how much the popularity is growing.
Both medicinal and recreational clients prefer a more discreet way to use cannabis casually, or to treat their ailments. More seniors and professionals are becoming marijuana consumers, so they simply expect and demand a predictable experience.
The science is moving ahead. Quanta Technology is a bio-tech company on a mission to eliminate the unpredictable experience associated with cannabis. Quanta intends to standardize the cannabis experience on a massive scale; offering an almost side effect free environment where users can experience more energy, clarity, reliability, focus and less paranoia, anxiety, cognitive haze and red eyes.
Quanta is not a cannabis company, rather, Quanta identifies as a service to premium cannabis brands. Brands use Quanta’s resonance energy machines to take their existing product and simply make them better.
The way this is achieved largely has to do with bioenergy. For those of you that aren’t familiar: bioenergy is the physical energy that exists in any organic matter. A living lion is full of bioenergy; it is the very substance that fuels the automatic and mechanic functions keeping it alive. It is replenished by the intake of nutrition, which is just the transfer of bioenergy from one substance to another. When a lion starves it depletes its bioenergy and in extreme cases that loss of bioenergy can become so dramatic that the body physically looses the necessary energy to remain living. The same concept applies to plant matter and yes cannabis. Without a source of nutrition, the energy decomposes in all organic matter and with that the benefits associated.
Quanta uses its technology to increase the bioenergy of organic plant matter with an initial focus on cannabis.
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This process is the first of its kind to mesh together laws of quantum physics with biochemistry.
Quanta expects to expand its technology to all types of organic matter while at the moment cannabis seems like the best option for a first impression. Along with powering high quality cannabis brands Quanta also markets its own line of CDB products. Offering a unique therapeutic mixture of CBD muscle rubs, salve balm, lotion and vaporizers; all of which are polarized (increased bioenergy).
With all this being said it takes trying the product to really understand. THC products that use Quanta’s tech are expected to hit shelves in the near future. Just look for the “Powered by Quanta” sticker on the packaging. As for Quanta CBD products you can find them on their website.
Quanta believes cannabis is the perfect industry to demonstrate the capabilities quantum physics and biochemistry can have on the world. By taking an unregulated industry and standardizing products, Quanta hopes it can bring more ammunition to the fight for federal acceptance, while curating a safer and more effective environment for patients. The key to the future of the industry might just be what Quanta can offer; a predictable, repeatable experience for all cannabis users, every time. For more information about our technology, visit this page.