You’ve got to give credit to Vinergy Resources (VIN.C), AKA MJ Biopharma, they said they were going to have plenty of news over the coming months, and they’ve definitely delivered.
Today’s news? The company boasts of:
“..a major breakthrough while conducting research and development on oral cannabinoid complex (Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinol (CBN) and Terpenes) delivery strips and controlled time release capsule technology. This novel approach will be the basis for several products where water or saliva is the catalyst used to activate the carrier for delivery and absorption of the cannabinoid complex into the body.”
“This unique approach forms the basis for a fundamentally new technology and product category. The technology is called “BURST” due to its incredibly fast action and ability to enhance the body’s absorption of various medicinal ingredients contained in the Company’s products. The BURST system is built on natural botanical polymers delivering specially processed high purity cannabinoid complexes. The unique system for cannabinoid activation maintains the natural balance of THC, CBD, CBN and terpenes while preserving the maximum therapeutic effect and potentially delivering it to the body faster than any currently available delivery method. The patent pending technology allows for a more complete palatable drug delivery system that is effective and enhances the patient or user experience while intensifying flavour.
And if that makes sense to you, congratulations on your PhD. Here’s the layman’s version:
- VIN’s pointy-heads have been working on ‘breath strip’ delivery platforms for weed, which companies such as Lifestyle Delivery Systems (LDS.C) have also been cracking on with.
- The problem with strips as a delivery system is the good stuff (THC, CBDs) tends to congeal, meaning you might get a bunch of THC on one corner of the strip and nothing on the other side. Both VIN and LDS say they have a solution to this – I’ve heard both described, and they’re not the same.
- You kind of want the effect of the strip to be as immediate as possible, otherwise you get the ‘gummy bear effect’, where someone takes one, has no reaction after ten minutes, then takes another four, and spends the next eight hours complaining that their face is covered in ants.
- Vinergy’s new tech, they claim, will make the strip work better, be faster absorbed into the body, and in a way that will intensify flavour.
Now, it’s one thing to claim such a thing exists. It’s another to deliver it in a form that is market-ready. Vinergy’s origins come from a long successful family business that specifically does this kind of work, creating formulations for pharma companies, so they’re perfectly placed to not only deliver on these promises, but get them to market in a way that’s good for cannabis delivery, but also other pharma needs.
What’s also important is not just that the nutrients get into the body, but that they all get into it at the same time, because they work together. The VIN ‘BURST’ tech is claimed to do just that.
Whatever is happening at the pointy end of the Vinergy labs, the share price shows the market is really liking what they’re up to. In mid-December, this was a $0.23 stock, fresh off the boat. Today, two months later, holders are sitting on a three-bagger.
And the story is just warming up.
— Chris Parry
FULL DISCLOSURE: Vinergy Resources is an Equity.Guru marketing client, and the author owns stock in the company that he acquired on the open market.