CANNAMED® will be the first vaporiser based on Bluetooth 4.0 compatibility with medical THC or CBD (Tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol) in combination with monitoring software and biometric scanning security.
CANNAMED® will be a world first blue-tooth enabled medical regulatory
approved vaporizer & health platform designed for the use of medical cannabis. CANNAMED® allows for individual controlled treatment with maximum safety for the patient.
Track & Measure Progress with Real Time Reporting.
Partnering with Life-Spot Health who operate within the tele-digital health sector, the blue-tooth vape technology enables the patient to safely consume medical cannabis while their doctor has access to real-time information via web based software.
So, how does the technology work?
★ Q3/2016: European market entry, starting with Germany, under the brand “seng vital”
★ Q1/2017: Finance expansion through Investors
★ Q2/2017: Start the development of Mediale®
★ Q3/2017: Searching a producer with ISO 13485:2016 certification
★ Q4/2017: Design study and development of hardware components
★ Q1/2018: Construction of the first 3D-sample
★ Q3/2018: Completion of the tool and construction of the first vaporiser
★ Q4/2018: Start mass production of Mediale® Solution Vaporiser
★ Q1/2019: Lifespot Health Ltd. is teaming up with seng vital and Bodytel to showcase the new technology at the Toronto show Cantech
Founder and Managing Director of the Company More than 25 years of professional experience in development, last several years as CEO of a Germany-based Asian company. He is a specialist in brand building and brand launch.
Vaping is short for “vapourising”, which in this context unsurprisingly refers to the process of heating a substance to create a vapour. Sometimes this vapour may be the drug in its gaseous form, or it may be a suspension of liquid particles in the air as they cool after evaporating.
The effect is the same though – it allows the drug molecules to be inhaled (breathed in) so they can be absorbed by the enormous surface area of the lungs directly into the blood, bypassing the digestive system. Drugs used this way, just like smoking will hit your brain in about 5 seconds (which is almost as quick as injecting)
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