Where science meets nature
meet our lab team
MEET OUR LAB TEAMThe Ieso laboratory was built from the ground up at the initiation of the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program to the tune of one goal: to provide cutting-edge science catered specifically to the cannabis industry. Ieso employs industry-leading chemists that strive to tap the full medicinal potential that cannabis has to offer. By combining state-of-the-art extraction and purification instrumentation with in-house analytical testing, Ieso has the ability offer patients high purity products that are dialed in to a specific potency. Dedicated to patient satisfaction and relief, our chemists break down the components of our sun-nurtured medicine in order to recreate cannabis in a scientific, efficient and comfortable form. With no artificial additives or adjuncts science truly meets nature at Ieso.
MAking clean medicine for patients
health + wellness
In order to best serve the patients of Illinois, the lab at Ieso works around the clock to create the very best products available for patients.
WE LOVE SCIENCE
We are constantly working to create new and innovative products for the patients of Illinois.
WE LOVE TERPS
Terpenes are found in many plants, including cannabis. Terpenes offer a wide variety of benefits, including stress relief, anti-depressants, and mood elevating properties.
In our lab, we are constantly exploring many of our terpenes and using them to their fullest potential.
elevated mood, anti-anxiety, stress relief
Limonene is the second most common terpene in nature and a prominent terpene in cannabis.
The fragrance of citrus fruit peels is comprised mostly of limonene, so you’d be correct to assume that this terpene takes its name from the lemon. Limonene’s pleasant odor has made it a common additive in perfumes and food. Learn more on Leafly.com here.
calming, anti-anxiety, anti-convulsant
The aromatic compounds found in cannabis, called terpenes, have an increasingly appreciated role in the plant’s medicinal benefits. These terpenes fall into a different class than cannabinoids (e.g., THC, CBD), and perhaps for that reason, have received substantially less research attention. Cannabis products often have prominent labels for THC or CBD levels, but you rarely see it touting terpenes such as linalool, pinene, or limonene. Learn more on Leafly.com here.