Whether you prefer vaporizer pens, salves, infused edibles, or elixirs, chances are that you have sampled a product that was produced using carbon dioxide (CO2) supercritical fluid extraction technology.

Although fairly new in cannabis concentrate processing, this technology is anything but new to the botanical extraction industry at large.

However today, the use of CO2 for cannabis extraction is quickly positioning itself to be one of the leading technologies for industrial hash oil production.

While the reason for this paradigm shift is certainly debatable, the technology’s versatility paired with improved sustainability and safety are strong indicators.

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Patrick Bennett ~ Leafly.com ~

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