What is Supercritical CO2 Extraction?

What is Supercritical CO2 Extraction and do we think it is preferred? A lot is made of the type of extraction that you find with Hemp Extracts, in addition to all essential oils. When it comes to extracting cannabinoids from hemp there are three main types of extraction, Supercritical CO2 (which we use), Ethanol, and…
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Know Before You Buy Part 2: Extraction

Know Before you Buy Part 2 With the increased knowledge as to the many benefits of Hemp Extract Oil and cannabinoids, there has been an influx in companies starting to produce their own version of CBD Oil or Hemp Extract Oil.  The ambiguity as to which companies are producing a quality product has made it…
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Know Before You Buy Part 1: Cannabis Oil vs Hemp Seed vs Hemp Extract Oil

  With the increased knowledge as to the many benefits of Hemp Extract Oil and cannabinoids, there has been an influx in companies starting to produce their own version of CBD Oil or Hemp Extract Oil. The ambiguity as to which companies are producing a quality product has made it harder for consumers who are…
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Transdermal Hemp Extract Benefits Arthritis in Mammal Model

We came across this interesting study that researched the effects of a Transdermal CBD.  In this study the transdermal hemp extract “significantly reduced joint swelling, limb posture scores as a rating of spontaneous pain, immune cell infiltration and thickening of the synovial membrane in a dose-dependent manner”.  Please click on the link to see the…
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Cannabidiol Does Not Convert to THC

Cannabidiol does not Convert to THC In Vivo research study There had been rumors that the body would convert oral Cannabidiol (CBD) into Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol(THC) when the CBD was taken orally.  This study shows that In Vivo that doesn’t occur.  It is reassuring to many that have concerns of the psychotropic effects of THC especially on the…
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Cannabidiol Does Not Convert to THC Study

There had been rumors that the body would convert oral Cannabidiol (CBD) into Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol(THC) when the CBD was taken orally.  This study shows that In Vivo that doesn’t occur.  It is reassuring to many that have concerns of the psychotropic effects of THC especially on the brains of juveniles, but also for purposes of drug testing…
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