CO2 Extraction
CO2 extraction is an extraction method used to isolate desired chemical components of plant matter. CO2, when controlled, and placed under high pressure, becomes a “tunable solvent” allowing for the creation of multiple end products. This phase change occurs when CO2 is placed under high pressure, transforming into a supercritical liquid. This phase change creates a stable environment for the isolation of different cannabinoids, despite their varied molecular weights.

Extraction Explained: Solventless vs Hydrocarbon – Truth About Residual Solvents

The terms residual solvent and residual solvent analysis get thrown around pretty regularly in the extraction industry. Today, we’re going to break down: What that means How [...]