A-Synaptic’s Transdermal Technology
Custom formulated depending on need and target to accommodate CBD THC, Hemp and various tissue targets
A-Synaptic Technologies For The Delivery Of Cannabinoids
A-Synaptic’s transdermal technology (not a topical) can be thought of as liquid needle technology because it quickly and efficiently moves the active drug through all of the skin layers into the blood stream or deep local tissue depending on how it is formulated. The stable complex emulsion can be in the form of a cream or gel (not a patch).
A-Synaptic has created the most advanced, chemically active controlled dosing transdermal technology ever developed for the cannabinoid space. This technological capability allows for the creation of innovative products with built in advantages that constitute substantial barriers to entry to the competition.
A-Synaptic’s technologies can be applied through a single dose system to precisely control dosage. Further, it is an active delivery system designed to quickly penetrate into the skin unlike passive topicals that remain for an extended period on the surface of the skin as messy odorous creams or oils that allow for cross contamination of clothes or other individuals. A-Synaptic’s transdermal technology, as a liquid needle technology, provides the safety of a transdermal (no GI Impact or first pass liver effect) with the convenience of a pill.
How A-Synaptic’s Transdermal Technology Works
A-Synaptic’s technology works by using emulsion technology containing penetration agents, basement membrane disruptors, vasodilators and the active drug. The emulsion system is sufficiently labile to overcome the hydrophilic and lipophilic structures in skin utilizing the penetration agents and basement membrane disruptors to open up channels sufficient to transport the drug and vasodilator deep into the dermis.
Once in the dermis, vasodilators dilate the capillary bed creating up to a 450% increase in fluid dynamic flow into and out of the application site. This increased fluid dynamics transports the active drug into the blood stream.