Lexaria Bioscience Corp. (CSE: LXX) (OTCQX: LXRP) Responds to High Demand for Cannabis-Infused Beverages

The company aims to promote healthier administration methods, eliminating the need for sweeteners to mask taste Lexaria’s mission is to save lives with its technology, which allows for delivery of drug molecules through ingestible means The company is seeing high demand in North American markets for DehydraTECH in cannabis-infused beverages Lexaria recently announced its entry into a CBD-beverage formulation license agreement with a Nevada-based company

Traditionally, consumers have relied on smoking to achieve higher absorption rates and fast onset of bioactive compounds such as nicotine and cannabinoids. Ingesting drugs and molecules through edibles is simply safer than inhaling them. However, the absorption of edibles has proven slow, and the taste can be unpleasant without the aid of sweeteners.

Now, thanks to a revolutionary oral technology, it is possible to deliver bioactive substances via oral ingestion without the need for the unhealthy practices of inhalational or added…

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