21st Solutions has been granted a new U.S. patent for "Starch-Derived Clathrate-Forming Compositions," a groundbreaking technology that could reshape the cannabis, nutraceutical, food and pharmaceutical sectors. The patent details an innovative molecular dispersion technique designed to solve the age-old issue of mixing oil and water, offering solutions far beyond traditional emulsion technologies.

This landmark patent employs guest/host chemistry to produce "slinky-like" molecules with selectable hydrophobic cores. These tunnels effectively encapsulate oil molecules in water, achieving an unprecedented degree of solubility. The resultant molecular dispersion not only paves the way for new product development but also promises to enhance the bioavailability and taste of existing products.

Gary Nickel, founder of 21st Solutions, shared his …

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