Extraction

How to Make CBD Tincture: Which Extraction Method is Best?

How to Make CBD Tincture: Which Extraction Method is Best?

There are a variety of CBD products that are rapidly gaining popularity, and tinctures are among them. While many customers may know what they want in a CBD tincture, they may not know to make CBD tincture – let alone how they are extracted. In this article, we...
What is the Best Extraction Method for Solvent Recycling?

What is the Best Extraction Method for Solvent Recycling?

One of the costliest factors of operating any extraction business lies in solvent recycling. Depending on the choice of solvent used by a producer, solvent loss could result in just hundreds of dollars; however, other solvents can result in thousands of dollars lost...
How to Calculate Your Hemp Biomass Yield

How to Calculate Your Hemp Biomass Yield

If you are a hemp processor or extractor, knowing your potential CBD yield is critical for profitable operations. This article will help you to figure out the potential yield from your hemp biomass and will help you make the best decisions regarding your hemp...
Five Hemp Compounds You Need To Know

Five Hemp Compounds You Need To Know

There are a large number of cannabinoids and other plant components found in hemp plants; all of which have their own purposes. However, some of these compounds have been subject to more research and have found to be increasingly significant in the effects they have...
10 Reasons Ethanol is the ‘Best’ Extraction Method

10 Reasons Ethanol is the ‘Best’ Extraction Method

No doubt about it, ethanol extraction process is the best extraction solvent in the hemp industry… Or is it? In this article, we sit down with separations scientist and extraktLAB CEO, Jon Thompson, to discuss and debunk 10 common reasons that ethanol is claimed to be...
Third Party Certifications: How Safe is your CBD Product?

Third Party Certifications: How Safe is your CBD Product?

While it is always good practice to request third-party testing results for CBD products, they can’t always guarantee a pure and safe product. Denatured ethanol extraction can cause residual solvents and other materials to end up in the product at “acceptable” levels according to regulations. In this article we discuss what you need to know when it comes to third party testing and residual contamination in CBD products.