What Is Reaction®?

Trusted as the safest, high quality, pure whole plant extraction available. This 100% extraction includes all 120+ cannabinoids, amino acids, proteins, terpenes, and all other plant compounds, extracted and maintained in their original form for maximum therapeutic effect. Always free of heavy metals, pesticides and other toxins.

ReAction® products are derived from hemp that is grown under the guidance of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). This Program was made Federally legal by the enactment of the 2018 Farm Bill. ReAction® works exclusively with a USDA Licensed Hemp Cultivator and Processor who is the only company that is ISO 9001 and certified in both. In simple terms, being ISO 9001 Certified is recognized as the ideal way for an organization to prove they take delivering a quality service seriously. In addition, ReAction® is made in an ISO 17025 Lab and Manufacturing facility. Every ReAction® product undergoes rigorous testing throughout every step of the process by a third party, state certified lab to guarantee quality, purity, safety and potency – ensuring all products meet or exceed regulatory requirements. ReAction® owns and controls every step of the process – from how the product is grown, to the processing, production and packaging – and it’s all right here in the U.S. We’re 100% committed to the highest quality, full spectrum extract product on the market today.

Why FCE™ vs.  FSE, Distillates or Isolates?
The Entourage Effect

Only ReAction® contains Full Cryosonic Extract™ Crude

With FCE™, you have the advantage of the “entourage effect.” This is where all the cannabinoids and terpenes are working together in synergy, something that typical FSE, distillates, broad spectrum and isolate products will lack. Distillates and broad spectrum products have often gone through additional processing to try to isolate and remove as much THC as possible while trying to maintain the other cannabinoids. You will not experience the exponential benefits of the “entourage effect” and will receive only some of the plant’s cannabinoids. Products labeled as isolates will generally be marketed as being 99+% “pure CBD.” Usually, these products will have nothing but synthetic, man-made CBD in them because the CBD has literally been synthesized and isolated from everything else. When using Isolate CBD, you are getting only the benefits of one of the hundreds of the plants molecules.

The Cryosonic Extraction Process

To understand extraction, initially two terms must be understood… Hydrophilic

means that a molecule or substance is attracted to water, rather than repels it...

Hydrophobic means a molecule tends to repel or fail to mix with water.

Cannabinoids are hydrophobic due to their oily base, and as we all well know,

oil and water do not mix. With that said, extraction is typically performed using

a solvent so the molecules can be placed in suspension in the solvent as part

of the extraction process. Examples of these solvents would be butane, carbon

dioxide, and ethel alcohol. There are many ways to extract, but to extract in

volume it generally boils down to only two methods…supercritical CO2 or

ethanol.The differences between extraction using carbon dioxide and ethanol

involve polarity, bio-availability and ester formation.

Carbon dioxide is a liquid gas that only extracts the non-polar chemicals of a

plant. Carbon Dioxide also extracts heavy metals and pesticides from the plant

biomass and concentrates their volume in the final extracted product. Hemp is

an “accumulator plant,” which means as it grows it removes and absorbs

nutrients and any contaminates that are in the soil where they are grown. This

would include heavy metals like arsenic, boron, cadmium, including pesticides.

Caution is the operative word for this type of extraction.  The use of carbon dioxide results in a very limited extraction of the plant.  Since the extracts of carbon dioxide are non-polar; carbon dioxide extracts are not water-soluble. This plays a vital role in bio-availability. Since our bodies are 70% water, oils must be digested by different acids and enzymes to become active. During this digestion process, the active ingredients of the oils are degraded.

Alcohol (Ethanol) is a solvent that is made as a result of plant fermentation and is a by-product of plants themselves. It is a solvent made “by the plants for the plants”. Alcohol is also the only solvent that maintains the original chemical ratios contained in the plant. This is due to alcohol extracting both water soluble and oil soluble components. The CryoSonic™ Extraction Process uses pure ethanol (similar to the 200 proof alcohol that is sold in liquor stores) and sub-zero temperatures combined with Ultrasonic sound waves to extract all the compounds found in the plant…. exactly as they exist in the plant. All 120+ cannabinoids, amino acids, proteins, terpenes, etc. are extracted and maintained in their original form for maximum therapeutic effect.

Since alcohol is both non-polar and polar, it can dissolve a much wider range of molecules, that includes almost all of the plants medicinal oils, polysaccharides, carboxylic acids and other beneficial chemicals. In other words, alcohol dissolves both water and oil soluble chemicals found in the plant while carbon dioxide can only dissolve the oil soluble chemicals.  In terms of keeping the plant whole and together, alcohol is the only solvent for the job.

     Cryosonic™ Extraction Using Nanotechnology

The Cryosonic™ extraction process, in part, uses highly specialized equipment
incorporating ultrasonic electric generators used to power titanium reactor transducers. Piezoelectric crystals convert the electrical signal into a mechanical sonic vibration which is preserved, amplified and transferred to the hemp biomass during the extraction process. The alternating ultrasonic pressure forms microscopic vacuum bubbles in the mixture causing a reaction known as “cavitation.” This creates an immense amount of energy in the cavitation field, disrupting the biomass at a molecular level which causes
the cell walls of the biomass to collapse and release all the compounds (cannabinoids, lipids, proteins, etc.) contained in the plant. During the extraction process, hemp biomass, maintained in a cryogenic state is broken up at a molecular level via sonication and all components in the plants are emulsified into a solution. In doing so, these tiny particles of matter, measured at 100nm or less, are afforded enhanced bioavailability and absorb easier because of their small size. Ultimately, research has shown nanosized

particles obtain absorption rates as high as 100 percent. With nanosized cannabinoids, when the consumer takes a 20mg dose, they can absorb the entire dose. This increased bioavailability results in achieving the same results using a much smaller dose when compared to doses delivered by other conventional methods. “In other words… you get more bang for your buck” and because nano particles are more easily absorbed, the consumer experiences faster onset than usually expected.

CBD Conundrum

Push play and turn volume on to watch video on details on the Science behind Reaction

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CULTIVATION

Our Patent Pending Aeroponics System eliminates pesticides and the possibility of soil contaminate ingestion