Full Spectrum Extracts: An Inside Look at This Hash Oil

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Why Cannabis Extracts Need a Spectrum of Components Spectrum is the name of the game when it comes to giving cannabis extracts their character. Recent Science & Tech Robot Budtenders Are Coming to Scan Your Fingerprints The Future of Cannabis May Lie in Terpene Isolation How Canadian Licensed Producers Are Driving Medical Marijuana Research Psychedelic Science 2017 Conference: Leafly Reports From the Front LinesLearn More About Extracts Cannabis 101 The Different Types of Cannabis Oil and Concentrates Cannabis 101 The Many Types of Solventless Cannabis Extracts Cannabis 101 How to Make Rosin Dabs Cannabis 101 How to Buy Dabs and Cannabis Extracts Full Spectrum Extracts: An Inside Look at This Hash Oil(Instagram: @extractioneering)For the hash oil aficionado, deriving value from a cannabis extract has always been a pursuit in translating the essence between a living plant and the resin itself. For one, full spectrum extracts require an extensive scientific background to master and the refinement methodology is still very much proprietary. At the forefront of this pursuit is a hash oil product that is unrivaled in flavor and complexity: the full spectrum extract.

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Full Spectrum Extracts: An Inside Look at This Hash Oil

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For the hash oil aficionado, deriving value from a cannabis extract has always been a pursuit in translating the essence between a living plant and the resin itself. For extractors, the goal has been to create a product that can present a cannabis plant’s unique profile as undisturbed and preserved as possible within a resin. As extraction technology and the science behind it have pushed this pursuit forward, the achievement is now finally being realized. At the forefront of this pursuit is a hash oil product that is unrivaled in flavor and complexity: the full spectrum extract.

Think of a cannabis extract like a well-made stew. With a stew you expect to find ingredients such as the protein, potatoes, carrots, onions, and celery, as well as the more nuanced...

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