PureForm CBD has invented a proprietary process that turns organic molecules into bioidentical cannabinoids.
From the start, our research was aimed at the development of true cannabinoids, identical to those found in nature, at a level of purity and consistency not achievable with plant extracts. Our goal was to bring the promise of these natural compounds to the market without the shortfalls and limitations of processing "natural" plant extracts, which involve toxic industrial solvents, environmentally resource-intensive crops, are subject to seasonal variations in crop yield, and are often tainted with heavy metals, mycotoxins, and pesticides which cannot be entirely removed.
Our process chemists worked for months to determine a mix of catalysts, temperatures and cooling rates, to combine starting materials derived from renewable resources, such as citrus peel. We call this unique technology Cyclic Terpene Assembly, a method for combining organic molecules without sullying them with toxic solvents or destroying their essence.
We also sought ways to make PureForm cannabinoids superior to those derived from cannabis. Because of their chemical structure, cannabinoids are fat-soluble, meaning they can be dissolved in oils but not in water. In water, they often fall out of solution as solids, or cling to the sides of containers. PureForm CBD has changed that with our GRAS solvent approach, which uses our trademarked InterMolecular Stacking Technology (“iMOST”) to improve solubility and shelf stability. iMOST works on a wide range of cannabinoids, giving them predictable dissolution characteristics in a range of environments.
Unlike synthetic cannabinoids, which are analogs of naturally-occurring molecules and can have unpredictable and sometimes dangerous effects, PureForm cannabinoids are molecularly identical to those naturally occurring in plants and therefore act in the body in the exact same way. Utilizing other plant materials for building blocks, PureForm cannabinoids are true to mother nature's design, unadulterated.