Stabilization of cannabis resin and solid oral cannabinoid formulations

today’s cyclodextrin:
using CDs to solubilize and stabilize cannabinoids is very popular in the pharma and nutraceutical/food industries. The most recent paper I read on the topic is from Canntab Therapeutics, yet in the past 25 years, since the first paper from Pekka Jarho et al., we have seen cannabis seed oil stabilized by BCD, an herbal medicine pill for treating constipation, fructus cannabis pill for the treatment of constipation and bowel discomfort, tea for patients in gastric cancer, intestine-lubricating and bowel relaxing granules. Among foods, yogurt enriched with herbal excipients, such as cannabis seeds, and BCD as a health food is claimed useful for soothing nerves, reducing blood pressure and blood fat, dispelling wind-damp, cold, and heat, losing weight, resisting aging, and relaxing bowels. On the analogy of powdered alcohol (Palcohol) prepared by complexing alcoholic drinks with CD, powdered weed, the cyclodextrin-encapsulated cannabinoid is expected to get on the market. 

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Formulation, composition or foodstuff additives for the modification of glycemic response methods of manufacturing and using the same 

The story of two stone and one bird:
It is very rare that different cyclodextrins are combined in the same formulation, but there are examples on the market. Hoow Foods‘s invention uses one CD which hides the unpleasant taste of any phenylpropanoid from the sensory receptors. This will have the added advantage that the phenylpropanoids will be protected from the acidic environment of the stomach allowing more of them to reach the intestines. Adding a second cyclodextrin that has not been complexed makes the composition behave similarly to known sugars and starches thereby minimising any effect on the texture of the foods to which it is added.

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