Pure Craft CBD with CEO Jason Navarrete
Pure Craft CBD with CEO Jason Navarrete today on Blunt Business only on Cannabis Radio. Our next guest is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, and adjunct professor, who recently sold his cannabis growing company for $250 Million and is now launching a CBD company with nanotechnology that he has developed with MIT engineers. seed to sale approach and hybrid business model is said to be a precursor to the evolution of the cannabis industry in the coming decades. “We only partner with farmers that understand the importance of genetics and science in regard to cultivating premium hemp biomass. Our products are made following the strictest guidelines and quality control measures, allowing us to call them a pharmaceutical grade.”
Pure Craft CBD has spent several years in research and development, partnering with scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and you have nanotized cannabinoids not only for CBD products but also for CBG and CBN products. The process of nanotization involves breaking down cannabis molecules to their smallest, subatomic form so that they can be available quicker and more efficiently in the body. From a recent press release, your company has said that they have broken that threshold to below 100 nanometers and, in some cases, as low as 5 nanometers. All Pure Craft products come with third-party lab COAs (Certificates of Analysis) so consumers know exactly what’s in them and how they were tested. Please explain those findings. Pure Craft products are 90% bio-available, where most CBD companies offer products that are no more than 18% bio-available. That’s why Pure Craft’s slogan is “Pure Till The Last Drop.” Being highly bio-available means Pure Craft products enter the body at a much quicker rate that’s more effective than other products because they are highly nanotized, broken down into particles that the body can absorb immediately.