Royalty Report: Cannabis, Medical, Device – Collection: 301256


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Cannabis
  • Medical
  • Device
  • Machinery
  • Agriculture Forestry & Fishing
  • Drugs

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IPSCIO Record ID: 301256

License Grant
The Parties entered into a non-exclusive license agreement for the Licensors patent and technology.
License Property
The license is for super-critical fluid cannabis extraction patents which cover methods enabled by the licensee’s extraction equipment.
Field of Use
The Licensee has the rights to Licensor's portfolio of issued and pending process and composition patents for isolating cannabinoids using an advanced supercritical fluid extraction technology utilizing carbon dioxide as the solvent. While the patents cover the incorporation of cannabis extracts into multiple dosage forms, CURE has reserved all rights to applying these methods in oral thin film.

The Licensee is a botanical extraction equipment manufacturer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28034

License Grant
The Licensor entered into a preliminary Product Research and Development Agreement with the Licensee, for the botanical extractor device.
License Property
The Agreement is subject to the Licensor securing additional funding. The objectives of the Agreement are to undertake research on a variety of potentially new extractor designs, different extraction methodologies and investigating the possible utilization of different organic or inorganic media as solvents.  Any new technology, scientific advancement, innovative equipment designs, or new products resulting from work by the Licensee will become the property of the Licensor.

A botanical extractor is a device that utilizes one or more techniques to extract cannabinoids and other active ingredients from by-products, waste and trim derived from a marijuana plants after they have been harvested.

IPSCIO Record ID: 266631

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive, world-wide, License to use the HDI Technology solely in the Cannabis Application, for the purpose of processing Cannabis Materials using the SPR in the Cannabis Industry. (The aforesaid license grant is herein sometimes referred to as the “License”).

Licensor grants an exclusive license to all Licensors Intellectual Property and patented technology and creates a partnership to bring their patented controlled cavitation process to the cannabis industry.

License Property
Licensor has the Shockwave Powerâ„¢ Reactor (SPR) rights for mixing and Heating, Hydrogenating Substances, Continuous Hydrodynamics cavitation crystallization, and four other patents.

Licensor is the owner of certain Technology called ShockWave Power™. Licensor owns Intellectual Property (“IP”, defined below), manifested in Patents, Trade Secrets, and Know How, which are embodied in Licensor's proprietary ShockWave Power Reactor/Extractor (“SPR™), and which IP is useful in a variety of industries including but not limited to those industries that extract, mix, heat, hydrate, homogenize and crystallize materials.

“Cannabis Industry” means the industry where cannabis oils and other compounds containing cannabis (“Cannabis Materials”, defined below) are derived from the cannabis sativa, cannabis indica, and cannabis ruderalis plants, including marijuana and hemp, either singularly or by mixing with substances other than cannabis oils.

“Cannabis Application” means the use of the Licensor Technology to achieve a specific result when processing only “Cannabis Materials”.

“ShockWave Power Reactor/Xtractor (SPR™”) means HDI’s proprietary device that embodies the HDI Technology in performing multiple heating, mixing and extraction functions.

“ShockWave Power Reactor/Xtractor (SPR™”) means HDI’s proprietary device that embodies the HDI Technology in performing multiple heating, mixing and extraction functions.

“Standalone SPR” means an SPR mounted on a skid containing no other equipment other than that necessary to run the SPR.

Field of Use
Illustrative, but not all, areas of use of the Licensed Technology covered by this Agreement are
(i) UV light for decarboxylation of THC
(ii) Crystallization of CBD or THC
(iii) mixing of cannabis oil with other substances to create foods, beverages, or other products which are themselves not cannabis oils
(iv) Use of Electrochemistry or UltraViolate (UV) SPR’s or other advanced oxidation materials to produce radicals for the production of CBN
(v) Hydrogenation of cannabis oils
(vi) processing of hemp oils for biofuels.
(vii) Development of an SPR for supercritical CO2
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