Google, Apple: Google, Google, and Apple want to make dab water pipes
Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are working on a new version of the dab-water pipe that could be sold in stores, according to a patent filed on Friday.
The new product could also be used to produce medicinal cannabis oil, which would then be distributed by a third party.
According to the patent filing, the new device could be used as a dispensing device, a vaporizer, or a “dab bag.”
It would use “an electrostatic discharge battery” to “create a vapor pressure gradient with a high voltage that will allow the vapor to pass through the water pipe and be absorbed by the patient,” the filing states.
The new device would be able to deliver THC vapor into a pipe that’s “mounted to a vapor diffuser,” according to the filing.
The device would also “discharge the THC vapor directly into the patient’s nasal passages” and would “reduce the amount of THC delivered by the user.”
The patent filing states that the new product would also be able “to deliver a concentrated cannabinoid extract, such as cannabidiol, that is used to treat pain, nausea, vomiting, and anxiety.”
It further states that “the liquid that is dispensed by the device can be extracted to be further purified to be used in a pharmaceutical formulation.”