co2 cbd oil

Co2 cbd oil

Enrichment of cannabis plants via supplemental carbon dioxide makes them grow around 30% faster, which increases yields and typically enables commercial growers to get another crop from the same floor space.

Science is uncovering the benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) oil for providing pain relief and the treatment of a host of illnesses without giving users a ‘high’. Chart’s carbon dioxide products are increasingly used during the plant growing and extraction phases and our nitrogen dosers prolong product shelf-life and reduce packaging.

The Perma-Max™ 1400 XHP MicroBulk CO2 System and CO2 Trifecta® Gas Supply System are designed to help extractors decrease operational costs and optimize batch processes

Increase CBD Oil Extraction Output and Grow Yields

Chart products are used to increase plant yields, maximize safe, non-toxic extraction of CBD oil, promote longer product shelf life and reduce waste during the packaging process.

Pressurized carbon dioxide provides the capacity to extract dozens of desirable cannabinoids, tepenes, plant waxes and flavanoids from marijuana and hemp plants. Unlike other solvents, carbon dioxide is non-flammable and produces no toxic by-products.

Cannabis & CBD Oil

The Perma-Max™ HP and VHP models, bulk storage tanks, and Carbo Series systems can reliably improve botanical yields.

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On the other hand, the solvent method often fails to remove these impurities and cannot claim to have similar efficiency to C02 extraction.

Many cannabis experts agree that the CO2 extraction method is the best for producing a high-quality oil that stays potent longer.

Popular solvents include ethanol, butane, hexane etc.

What Is the Best Method for Extracting CBD?

For example, full-spectrum CBD oil, prized for its potency and purity, is made by CO2 extraction.

CBD oil extraction is the process of removing the CBD extract from the hemp plant, turning it into a usable form of CBD such as oil or creams for skin use. Each extraction method gives a slightly different result but depending on how it is extracted, the raw CBD will have a thicker or thinner oily texture, with a dark or almost black tinge.

After the CBD oil is extracted from hemp or cannabis, the process of “winterization” begins. This process removes impurities and unwanted elements that have made it through the extraction process, such as fats, lipids and waxes.

What Happens After CBD Extraction?

This method is by far the most respectful of the plant but also of the environment. The only problem is that this method has a rather low yield. It requires a lot of material to produce little oil. For this reason, this method is very little used on a large scale.

The extract obtained with CO2 is a very safe method of extraction.