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Slashnuts   Tuesday, 03/12/19 03:42:53 PM
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Cannabis Yield Enhancement/Oil/CBD/Cannabinoid Extraction Hemp

I never did see any information shared about GERS using their processes for cannabis related products. Is there a real connection?

Yes, there certainly is. In January of 2016, it was revealed GERS had invested in intellectual property covering cannabinoid extraction.

FCC and GreenShift have assembled a portfolio of intellectual properties with application potential in three sectors: agriculture, energy, and lifestyle. The technologies cover renewable fuels and chemicals, solar energy and fuels, energy and chemical detection, cannabinoid extraction...

At that time, additional transactions were planned. Namely, the transfer of FCC's stake in Pervasip to GreenShift. It's important to note, GERS already had cannabinoid extraction before it's planned transaction of Pervasip.

Planned additional transactions include the transfer of FCC’s stakes in Pervasip Corp. (OTCQB: PVSP), FLUX Carbon Technologies LLC, FLUX Photon Corporation, and Noveda Technologies, Inc., among others to GreenShift for no additional consideration...


Pervasip owns/owned Canalytix, a company focused on yield enhancement and oil extraction.

Comprehensive Cannabis Analytics, Extraction and Testing

Recreational marijuana use in Colorado was legalized effective January 1, 2014 for individuals 21 and over. Our goal is to be at the forefront of the analytics, extraction and testing process in Colorado, and to eventually provide those services for cannabis products in other states.

We have developed scientific methods for the analysis of cannabinoids in flowers, concentrates, and edibles with the use of various instrumentation. We also plan to assist medical marijuana specialty production facilities in order to better regulate, calculate proper dosage, and understand the importance of consistency in product...

We believe we possess the know-how to offer commercial clients the ability to double the yield at approximately 30% of the cost of other plant enhancement techniques. Implementation of advanced instrumentation is a major key to efficient operations where plant yields are maximized, costs are reduced, and impacts on the environment are minimized.


I believe the ownership of Pervasip was transferred to GERS. Pervasip had a store in Colorado called Grow Big Supply. The last I heard is they shut the store down and made a deal with a licensed grower and dispensary in Colorado. The plan was to focus on cannabis yield and oil extraction services to licensed growers.

We planned to use part of the Grow Big facility to provide laboratory testing and oil extraction services. The facility, however, was in a warehouse district and it was too difficult to maintain the cleanliness required for laboratory work. In February 2016, we were provided significant financial incentives from Grow Big’s landlord to close our Grow Big store and move it to another location. We laid off our staff at the store, except for our Chief Science Officer and Chief Operating Officer, and we moved our inventory to temporary storage while we searched for a location that would allow us to perform scientific work and sell off our remaining inventory. In November 2016, we secured a verbal agreement with a licensed grower and dispensary and we moved inventory from storage into its warehouse. When our existing inventory is sold, we do not plan to continue the sale of gardening products. We believe there is more value in providing scientific analysis and extraction services to entities that are operating under a cannabis license.


To tie this all together, on February 20, 2019, Mr. Kreisler confirmed on SkunK's blog that we are doing cannabis yield enhancement and oil extraction technology.

As previously disclosed, the company has been focused on diversification for several years. Thus, in addition to the corn oil business and Attis transaction (e.g., purchase price, appeal/litigation, Method II/III, biodiesel, bioplastics, etc; see links below), and the company's continuing 20% stake in the Attis JVCo (dilution protected until 2027), the company has the following previously-disclosed development programs:
- carbon dioxide conversion into ethanol
- water harvesting
- energy efficiency and renewable energy projects
- cannabis yield enhancement and oil extraction


In general, there's 3 methods to extract cannabinoids like CBD and THC.

1. CO2 extraction. "CO2 method uses carbon dioxide under high pressure and extremely low temperatures to isolate, preserve, and maintain the purity of the medicinal oil." (Plenty of CO2 in an ethanol plant. Throw the waste hemp fibers into the bio-plastic?)

2. Ethanol extract. "High-grade grain alcohol can be used to create high-quality cannabis oil appropriate for vape pen cartridges and other products. But this extraction method destroys the plant waxes, which may have health benefits that are favored by some product-makers." (Plenty of alcohol in an ethanol plant)

3. Vegetable oil extraction. "Vegetable oil can also be used to extract cannabis oil. This method is both safe and inexpensive. Cannabinoids stick to other oils resulting in CBD/THC infused vegetable oil." (Plenty of corn oil in an ethanol plant)

Good Luck To All!$!$

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