Gas leverage turbine: point-of-use, on-demand, tunable phase change (solubility of botanical in liquid), for water process reactions. The underlying science is hydrodynamic sonochemistry. The basic concept was developed back in 2004 for the rapid conversion (green chemistry) of liquid CO2 into fuel-grade ethanol, methanol, and butanol. The same technology can be used for cell lysis (current) and in-situ fractionalization of isolate (future development). The core technology is a series of devices on a common shaft, similar to a air breathing turbine, but this one uses water. Patented.