Hydrocarbon Extraction

Hydrocarbon extraction is the well-known extraction method used to remove terpenes and THC from the cannabis plant. This process involves the use of propane or butane as a solvent to extract the cannabis concentrate.

The highly concentrated extract is then utilized to create cannabis shatters, oils, glass, hashish, wax, and other cannabis products.

It is an uncontaminated extraction method that leaves no or little residue. As a result, the outcome extract is clean and contains very high levels of terpenes, and cannabinoids.

Usage:
“You can come into our hydrocarbon room, where we extract all of our cannabis concentrates.”

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