The Press Release reads

Next Frontier Brands’ Subsidiary TreeHouse Biosciences™ Announces the Launch of its THC Remediation Services Business Based on Patented Technology

Patent No. 10,239,808 Issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a Federally-Compliant Method for the Removal of THC From Extracts

The Patented Technology Removes the THC Found in Hemp Extracts and Converts the Extract, into Federally-Compliant Ingredients Using Chromatography

BOULDER, Colo.July 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Next Frontier Brands, an international consumer packaged goods company with a focus on beverage and wellness products, along with its subsidiary TreeHouse Biosciences™, today announced that TreeHouse Biosciences™ has launched a “THC Remediation Services” business for the removal of THC from hemp extracts. TreeHouse Biosciences™ has amassed a platform of intellectual properties related to accessing cannabinoids, both organic and synthetic, including two methods for removing THC from hemp extracts: one method using chromatography, which is covered by U.S. Patent No. 10,239,808, and one USDA Organic Certified method using heat and oxygen, which is covered by a pending patent application.

Next Frontier Brands (PRNewsfoto/Next Frontier Brands)
Next Frontier Brands (PRNewsfoto/Next Frontier Brands)

TreeHouse Biosciences™ Patent No. 10,293,808 compromises a method of removing one or more cannabis compounds from a cannabis oil. This method utilizes chromatography, a process which separates chemical compounds based on their unique molecular properties. By carefully separating the cannabinoids, TreeHouse Biosciences™ is able to provide hemp extracts with federally-compliant levels of THC while maintaining the full profile of other cannabinoids, yielding superior extracts compared to many products currently in the marketplace.

TreeHouse Biosciences™ also has filed a patent for the removal of THC from hemp extracts utilizing a mild combination of heat and oxygen. This carefully tailored method mimics the natural conversion of THC to CBN that occurs in the plant. In addition to yielding extracts rich in minor cannabinoids, this method is also USDA Organic Certified.

“There are three primary methods to remove THC from hemp extracts: chromatography, heat, and dilution,” said Jake Black, Chief Science Officer of Next Frontier Brands. “Dilution is the most popular, though it yields an inferior product because in addition to reducing THC levels, it also reduces the minor cannabinoid content that is so sought after by consumers. Chromatography offers a robust extract rich in minor cannabinoids but the mild heat method is the most viable when looking to produce extracts on an industrial scale. The legitimate THC compliant ingredients produced through our patented process will provide brands with a federally compliant and USDA Organic Certified ingredient, enabling manufacturers to optimize their processes while minimizing costs.”