MichaelGoeree, the Company's Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, said: "Now we begin to acquire the pieces we need to become a major player in the area of plant based oil concentrates."
Mr.Goereefurther states, "We will open a wholly owned subsidiary to handle this business and are already negotiating with
The Company's present wholesale product lines can be reviewed atwww.ramocorp.com.A new webpage is under development to represent the expansion and addition of our new wholly owned subsidiary. All vapor oil and other plant based products are expects to be completed and ready for market by late August, 2014.
About Plant Based Supercritical CO2 Molecular Extraction.
-"Supercritical CO2 Extraction" method which is used by the finest companies in the world to extract essential oils organically. CO2 extraction or Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE,) is known for being the most effective way to extract beneficial essences from plant matter. This method is used to create pure essential oils and to strip out or separate different elements of botanicals. Popular products manufactured usingthis method are; herbal essential oils, hops for beer, high value pharmaceutical precursors and decaffeinated coffee.
-Why CO2?Supercritical CO2's high diffusion rates allow it to penetrate solids faster than a liquid solvent. The benefit of using Carbon Dioxide as an extraction solvent is its place in nature. Carbon Dioxide is a natural product which leaves behind no residues. CO2's purity is its biggest advantage over all other solvents used for plant extraction.
-Why not butane?Butane extracted oils (BEO) are high in some properties but can destroy other, very important properties. Butane extracted oils also can potentially leave heavy metals behind in your finished product.
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