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  • The process of extracting terpenes and trichomes from a cannabis plant using alcohol is called Alcohol Extraction. This interaction is achieved using ethyl or isopropyl alcohol. The cannabis plant is soaked in(...) Read More
  • ASTM D8441/8441M is a standard test method by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) that provides guidelines for analyzing cannabis and cannabis-infused products. It defines the sign that the(...) Read More
  • Blasting
    Blasting is a process that creates hash oil by passing a solvent through cannabis flowers or other plant fibres. Read More
  • Butane is an organic compound which forms as a gas at room temperature. It is one of the more prominent solvents for cost effective cannabis concentrate extraction and is used in a wide variety of products. Read More
  • Cannabinoids are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. There are over 60 known cannabinoids that interact differently with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain. One of the most(...) Read More
  • THC extracts in liquid form on a white table
    Closed-loop Extraction recycles hydrocarbon solvent or CO2 in a closed system, without releasing gas into the air. This process usually refers to butane or propane extraction and is much safer than open blasting.(...) Read More
  • CO2 or Carbon Dioxide is a chemical compound composed of one carbon atom and 2 oxygen atoms. CO2 is a commonly used solvent in many different concentrate extractions to produce a variety of results. Read More
  • When liquid or gas CO2 is pressurized to its super critical state and passed through cannabis, this is referred to as CO2 extraction. Any pressure over 1078 PSI is sufficient to strip away waxes and cannabinoids to(...) Read More
  • Combustion
    Combustion refers to the process of burning any material. However, combustion in this case refers to the burning of any cannabis flower or concentrate. Read More
  • Concentrate Slurry
    Concentrate Slurry is pre-purged concentrate containing a increased parts per million of solvents. This concentrate can take a variety of forms from solid to airy or liquid and runny. Read More
  • Convection
    When air or liquid is heated and then flows away from the source carrying the heat, this is referred to as convection heating. In vaporization context, convection refers to the transfer of heat over a concentrate(...) Read More
  • Decarboxylate
    When cannabis is heated at a low temperature for a long period of time, cannabinoids THCA and CBDA are activated and transformed into THC and CBD. This process is called Decarboxylation and is used to prepare(...) Read More
  • Dewaxing
    Dewaxing involves removing waxes and fats from concentrates in order to make a more pure and stable form. This process is most commonly used when making shatter. Read More
  • Directional Airflow
    Directional Airflow refers to the process of turning a carb cap on a dab rig during combustion. Caps designed for directional airflow have curved holes that go far into the rig for better convection. Read More
  • Directional Flow
    Directional Flow is a process that involves folding and shaping parchment paper into a form that siphons concentrate resin into a single area. This resin is typically then pressed with either heat or pressure to(...) Read More
  • Dry Sifting
    Dry sifting is a method of cannabis trichome extraction where dried plant material is sifted through screens to separate the trichomes, resulting in a solventless concentrate known as kief. Read More
  • Errl
    An extract of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Errl is a slang term for BHO or Butane Hash oil. Read More
  • Ethanol Extraction
    Ethanol extraction is a process that uses ethanol (high-grade alcohol) as a solvent to extract cannabinoids and other compounds from cannabis. It is commonly used in creating tinctures and concentrates. Read More
  • Extraction Artist
    An Extraction Artist or Extraction Technician is a licensed employee or entrepreneur trained to extract cannabis concentrates. They work with a variety of different strains and mediums. Read More
  • Fresh Frozen
    When organic plant matter is cryogenically frozen instantly after harvest this is referred to as Fresh Frozen. This process helps to preserve terpenes, flavours, and aromas of a the living plant. Read More