Ebbu Genesis

ebbu Genesis

Unveiling The Future of Formulated Cannabis

From the team of Ph.D. scientists and innovators at ebbu™ comes Genesis™, a revolutionary new product designed to give consumers the most pure and consistent cannabis experience possible.

The state of the art laboratory and custom-commissioned pharmaceutical equipment gives ebbu™ the ability to isolate 18 different cannabinoids simultaneously, study them and then recombine the compounds that target specific receptors in the human body.

Genesis delivers a very potent and clear-headed high, making it the ideal oil for any social setting.

Available as a vaporizer and a premium dabbable oil, Genesis is over 99% pure, and free of contaminants, pesticides and miscellaneous extraction matter. The greatest advantage of having a formulated product is that the consumer can rest assured they will receive the exact same quality and experience each and every time.

The ebbu™ process includes sourcing Colorado cannabis, extracting the cannabinoids and terpenes into oil, using chromatography to separate and purify the cannabinoids and terpenes within the oil, and then formulating a product based on research from the pharmacology team to deliver the desired experience.

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Just like beer and wine, you should know what effect to expect with your cannabis concentrates. Genesis aims to take away the doubt and inconsistency.

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Melissa Joy

Melissa was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, where she couldn’t stay out of trouble for smoking weed--especially during college. Immediately after graduating with a business degree from Elmhurst College in 2012, Melissa made her way to the safe smoking haven of Colorado, where her love for live music and music blogging eventually led her to a part-time writing position with DOPE Magazine. Melissa enjoys medicating with indica-dominant hybrids, and will never say no to a big solventless glob. When she isn’t busy writing, Melissa loves spending her time in the mountains with friends, practicing her violin, and exploring the never-ending amounts of dank breweries and restaurants in Denver.

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