CBD extraction techniques are a variety of different methods including critical carbon dioxide extract, extraction by defrosting and extraction by solvent. The most common methods of extraction are supercrisis carbon dioxide extraction and solvent extraction.
So this time, let’s get to know the carbon dioxide extraction technology, what it can be used for.
So we divide it into: supercar CO2, subcar, and mid-car.
To extract CBD using this technique, start with liquid carbon dioxide and increase pressure Compressor, once we have liquid co2, The next step is to increase the temperature and pressure over the point where the liquid becomes “supercrisis,” which means that right now, it’s going to be supermassive. Carbon dioxide can be used between gas and liquids at the same time, with volume stored by the container such as gas, but also density such as liquid when carbon dioxide is in supercrisis conditions. It is especially suitable for extracting substances, because it does not cause degradation or damage, resulting in the perfect CBD for use It turns out to be an ideal way for the medical marijuana industry and therapy
This extract involves low temperatures and low pressure usage. Extraction of this method takes a long time and results are lower than supercrisis extraction. Although this extract contains essential oil and other essential substances, it is not able to extract large molecules. However, the benefits of Subcritical gap are very low in terms of damage to the terminal.
Mid-critical CO2: carbon dioxide is used in these subcritical regions, and some Supercritical and subcritical platforms that include Supercritical and subcritical systems. In order to create a full-spectrum CO2 cannabis extract using subcritical extraction to isolate the extracted oil, and Supercritical to extract other substances from the same plant, these oils are created into the same material.
This time we’ve introduced the carbon dioxide to the next CBD extraction. We’ll introduce you to the solvent. Keep track of it.