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How is CBD Oil Made?

CBD (cannabidiol) Oil is one of the cannabinoids found in marijuana and hemp. CBD has grown in popularity over the last few years, however, how is it actually made?

One of the most popular methods for extracting CBD Oil from plants is by using Carbon Dioxide (CO2). This is due to its ability to work whether it’s in a solid, liquid, or gas. The CO2 is put under very high pressures and low temperatures to remove all cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp flower. This method allows for the medicinal oil to stay intact. This results in some of the purest products available if done correctly. CO2 extractions have become a preferred way for many despite the learning curve and high cost of equipment due to the ability to create the purest cannabinoid extracts once done.

Another method is through Ethanol extraction. It is a safe and effective method, making it a great way for many producers. Through this method, high-grade grain alcohol, or ethanol, is used to separate CBD from the plant. It can be done in warm or cold conditions making it even more favorable for many and time-efficient compared to other processes.

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