About Cryo Cure Cannabis

Cryo Cure revolutionizes the cannabis drying and curing process, influencing every step of the cannabis pipeline along the way.

Cryo Cure’s patented technology and methodology skips the hanging phase of drying, where human error, equipment failure, or any other pitfall can spoil a valuable harvest. The system dries cannabis in as little as 11 hours, drastically cutting processing time from weeks to days. The resulting product is light and aromatic, with trichomes and terpenes intact and flavor profile preserved as if at the height of freshness.

The consumption experience is elevating and euphoric, because the Cryo Cure process stabilizes compounds and prevents degradation into delta-9 THC and CBN, the cannabinoids which cause the “couch lock” effect.

The Cryo Cure Origin Story

Cryo Cure found inspiration in the pages of Ed Rosenthal’s The Marijuana Grower’s Handbook. In search of a way to preserve the flower’s beauty when harvested, Cryo Cure CEO Tracee McAfee and President Greg Baughman found a passing reference to freeze drying in Ed’s master guide. However, simple freeze drying cannabis was far from ideal: The result was often brittle, hard to handle, and not as potent as its traditionally dried and cured counterpart.

Inspired by the challenge, Greg, a registered cannabis caregiver in Michigan, sought out to solve the freeze drying conundrum. Which aspects of the process can be kept to retain the flower’s vibrant color and impressive size, while retaining its structural integrity? After years of research and trial and error, Greg developed the perfect balance of time, temperature, pressure that preserves all the valuable components of cannabis that enrich the consumption experience.

Today, Cryo Cure clients across the U.S. and the world benefit from the recipes Greg developed. The patented process is now in use in many states, as well as in countries on multiple continents.

Ask for Cryo Cure at your favorite dispensary!

Cryo Cure partners with cultivators across the U.S., and our technology is available in these states.

Look for the Cryo Cured seal of authenticity when you shop!

Who Loves Cryo Cure?

Cryo Cure is endorsed by cannabis cultivation legends and everyday consumers alike. Ganja Guru Ed Rosenthal and renowned cannabis breeder and advocate Rick Naya are among the cannabis legends who have tried Cryo Cure. Customers agree – here’s what they have to say:

{Once I tried Cryo Cure, I was amazed. This technology has serious implications for the cannabis industry. This is a disruptive thing for our industry. Experience Cryo Cure… and you’ll be a believer like me.{
-Danny Danko
Senior Cultivation Editor, High Times magazine
{Cryo Cure is a revolution in curing technology that keeps terpenes, trichomes and THC content more intact than any other process.{
-Ed Rosenthal
The Guru of Ganja
{The quality and the feel of the cannabis is just amazing. I am thoroughly impressed. All the trichomes, the flavors, and the terpenes are fully intact. I recommend Cryo Cure for your cannabis drying needs.{
-Rick Naya
Legendary cannabis breeder and advocate
{Cryo Cure is the Tesla of curing cannabis.{
{The result is GREAT - First time I have not coughed in years!{
Thomas M.
{Cryo Cure is the holy grail of cannabis.{
Tony K.

Meet Cryo Cure Leadership

Since 1981, Cryo Cure’s leadership has been at the forefront of game-changing innovations in several industries. President Greg Baughman and CEO Tracee McAfee have decades of experience in business, problem-solving, product development and marketing. They leverage that experience to solve some of the cannabis industry’s largest and stickiest pain points.



Read Greg's Bio

A caregiver, cultivator, and innovator, Greg made the leap into the fast-growing, ever-evolving cannabis industry in 2014, relocating from Ohio to Michigan to become a medical cannabis caregiver and cultivator.

Since changing careers from music production – he previously spent 10 years as the CEO of Trump Tight Entertainment – he has cared for dozens of patients, aiding those with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, and opiate use disorder.

Working closely with testing laboratories in Michigan, Greg has identified the unique profiles of his own cannabis strains, allowing him to apply each strain attribute to his patient’s conditions accordingly. As the head of cultivation and extraction of Cryo Cure, Greg applies his thorough and intricate strain knowledge to developing Cryo Cure’s patent-pending process.



Read Tracee's Bio

A visionary known for her “wow” factor and steely determination, Tracee artfully blends impressive industry experience and moxie with a passion for cannabis medicine.

Tracee brings a lively flair to all undertakings, sharing her intuition, awareness, and experience in a style all her own. By envisioning, developing and executing products across new market sectors, Tracee’s diverse business background offers her a unique perspective to build and thrive in the cannabis industry.

Prior to founding Cryo Cure, Tracee spent 30 years in the consumer products sector, discovering, manufacturing, and selling innovative products to a global audience. Throughout her successful career, she has built multi-million-dollar brands brought to market through channels such as QVC, HSN, Goodyear, Famous Amos, Warner Brothers, Phillip Morris, RJ Reynolds, and Lorillard.


Vapor Physicist

Read Gene's Bio

Gene is a freeze-drying and oil distillation expert, with expertise in process engineering, vacuum engineering, and vapor physics.

Gene’s focus on vapor physics, which concerns how vapors move through systems, how they condense or sublimate, gives him insight into applications like freeze-drying, allowing him to determine where the challenges and opportunities can be found. When he is not working to help Cryo Cure clients maximize their harvests, he can be found in his Kentucky garden, maximizing the yield of his tomato plants.

How does Cryo Cure work?

Using the right combination of time, temperature, and pressure, Cryo Cure machines dial in the right moisture content without completely eliminating water from the flower.