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What is clēēn:tech?

clēēn:tech is a cannabinoid life sciences company
Cannabinoids can be produced by one’s own body or supplemented through plant-based cannabinoids found in the female flower of hemp and marijuana. Cannabinoids engage the endocannabinoid system.

Humans have an entire ‘endocannabinoid system’ that uses cannabinoids and enzymes to keep the body in balance, allow us to reach peak performance, protect brain cells, and even boost our immune system. Cannabinoids are the ultimate super antioxidant that can boost your health better than traditional antioxidants and dietary supplements. In some cases, cannabinoids can also be used recreationally by adults like alcohol.

In turn, clēēn:tech licenses our cannabinoid conversion technology to regulated cannabis businesses where allowed by law.  We also produce consumer formulations & devices for use by our business customers.

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What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are both considered to be ‘cannabis’ as both are members of the cannabaceae family of plant species. Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two most popular cannabinoids found in cannabis plants, but to date, there are over 150 cannabinoids, including CBG that have been discovered. Cannabinoid consumption can be part of your wellness lifestyle.

Legal Definition

Legal Definition

Hemp and marijuana are both cannabis plants, but hemp is federally legal in North America and contains negligible amounts of the psychoactive THC molecule that gives users the high when consuming marijuana. Plants containing THC levels over 0.3% are classified as marijuana, and plants containing levels of THC under 0.3% are considered hemp. clēēn:tech believes all forms of THC (Delta 8 & Delta 9) over .3% should be regulated by each State in accordance with their existing cannabis laws.

Chemical Differences

Chemical Differences

There is no chemical difference between hemp and marijuana. Like Vitamin C can come from lemons, limes, and oranges, Cannabinoids can come from hemp or marijuana. Interestingly, all cannabinoids in hemp and marijuana start as cannabigerol acid (CBGa) and cannabigerol (CBG) are the precursors to all other cannabinoids. Increasing the amount of CBG in all forms of cannabis is a key objective of seed breeders, and it is an area of great promise in cannabinoid research institutions.

Environmental Impact

Environmental Impact

Environmental impacts of growing Hemp over traditional regulated marijuana production

    • Hemp grows outside with no human-made energy or security costs 
    • Indoor Marijuana production with human-made energy is environmentally unsustainable
    • Hemp cultivation sequesters carbon, improves soil structure, and reduces water pollution. clēēn:tech puts the customer, environment, and carbon cycle first. 
    • Hemp has the ability to absorb an estimated 8.8 tons of CO2 per acre!
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A Note About Adult-use

A Note About Adult-use

A note about adult-use: THC can harm developing brains and should only be used by adults 21+. We believe the adult consumption of cannabis is safer than consuming alcohol. For you science geeks out there, alcohol consumption has been found to reduce healthy brain cells’ production while cannabinoids and endocannabinoids stimulate healthy brain cells’ production! Furthermore, hundreds of other non-psychoactive cannabinoids have wellness benefits for people of all ages. clēēn:tech believes all forms of THC (Delta 8 & Delta 9) over .3% should be regulated by each State in accordance with their existing cannabis laws.

Our Mission

At clēēn:tech, we believe cannabinoids play an important role in making your body feel well. There is a lot more to learn, but clēēn:tech will continue to bring the most cutting edge cannabinoid development to you.

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