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Extraction of CBD requires starting with a plant that is rich in the cannabinoid compound. This provides a promise of a good amount of CBD yield at the right quantity. After all, you dont want to put in all the work for a product that will not give you a sufficient yield. A good pick is a Cannabis plant that has been grown naturally, without the use of artificial herbicides. The last thing you would want is to have a contaminated product that may be harmful when consumed. The main reason for extracting is always to eliminate any Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which form part of the cannabinoids we talked about earlier. THC is the main compound when it comes to the psychoactive effects of cannabis. It is, therefore, no surprise that CBD oil separation without THC and from Hemp has been legalized in many areas.
How to Extract CBD From the Hemp Plant
Ethanol and C02 extraction are two commonly used methods for extracting CBD and are two of the cleanest ways to extract CBD for human consumption.
CO2 extraction, a popular extraction method typically used when extracting smaller quantities of hemp, involves filtering plants through a series of chambers that control temperature and pressure. When different temperatures and units of pressure are applied to cannabis plants, this sophisticated system is able to isolate cannabinoids at a 90% efficiency.
An alternative method is ethanol extraction process which involves introducing the solvent ethanol to the hemp plant in order extract cannabinoids. Unlike CO2 extraction, you are able to produce a very high volume of full spectrum hemp extract with this method.
Ethanol also removes unwanted components such as chlorophyll from dried hemp when performed at very cold temperatures.
TheCBD Distillery uses CO2 extraction to extract CBD Oil since CO2 extraction is a purer form of extraction that filters the hemp plants with controlled temperature and pressure.