CannabisNewsBreaks – Lexaria Bioscience Corp. (CSE: LXX) (OTCQX: LXRP) DehydraTECH Platform Offers Alternative to Traditional Inhalation

Lexaria Bioscience’s (CSE: LXX) (OTCQX: LXRP) innovative DehydraTECH(TM) platform works to deliver chemical compounds to the bloodstream at speeds similar to inhalation methods, offering an alternative to smoking. An article discussing the company further reads, “Lexaria’s noncombustion-based, noninhalation-based delivery method requires no chemicals or additives. . . . ‘We use a patented dehydration synthesis process to combine the nicotine with simple ingredients like sunflower oil in a unique way,’ CEO Chris Bunka told Forbes (http://cnw.fm/HpQm1). ‘It allows for the removal of the bitter taste often associated with nicotine without the need for artificial flavors that are often appealing to children. Moreover, tested in animals in 2018, we proved that DehydraTECH could deliver nicotine to the bloodstream of an animal in as little as two minutes. The fact that it is fast means that smokers might not be frustrated waiting for their nicotine experience to begin, the way they have been with traditional nicotine products such as gums and lozenges.’

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About Lexaria Bioscience Corp.

Lexaria Bioscience Corp. is a global innovator in drug-delivery platforms. Its patented DehydraTECH(TM) drug-delivery technology changes the way active pharmaceutical ingredients enter the bloodstream, promoting healthier ingestion methods, lower overall dosing and higher effectiveness for lipophilic active molecules. DehydraTECH increases bio-absorption, reduces time of onset and masks unwanted tastes for orally administered bioactive molecules including cannabinoids, vitamins, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (“NSAIDs”), nicotine and other molecules. Lexaria has licensed DehydraTECH to multiple companies in the cannabis industry for use in cannabinoid beverages, edibles and oral products, as well as to a world-leading tobacco producer for the development of smokeless, oral-based nicotine products. Lexaria operates a licensed, in-house research laboratory and holds a robust intellectual property portfolio with 16 patents granted and over 60 patents pending worldwide. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.LexariaBioscience.com.

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