Pure CO2 Cannabis Oil Extractions
Supercritical fluid extraction is a method of using high pressure to force a solvent through plant matter. The solvent we use is carbon dioxide. When the solvent is pushed through the plant matter at very high pressure, it can separate the matter precisely. This precision allows us to isolate the purest essence of our botanicals- in this case, cannabis. The result is pure, transparent, amber cannabis oil.
Supercritical CO2 extraction is also used to extract essential THC oils organically, this allows us to produce well balanced and pure cannabis concentrates for your enjoyment or for the medicinal effects they produce. This is a method used by the finest companies in the world. CO2 extraction or supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE), is known for being the most effective way to extract beneficial essences from plant matter.
Carbon dioxide is a natural product which leaves behind no residues. CO2’s purity is its biggest advantage over all other solvents used for plant extraction. Currently, a popular extraction solvent is butane which can potentially leave heavy metals behind in your finished product.
Our clean extraction method
Karing Kind prides itself for being one of the very few dispensaries thatensures no additives are in our extracts! At Karing Kind Labs that is exactly what we do, we use the Super Critical Fluid Extraction method when creating our extracts to ensure that there are no additives in our concentrates and that our customers receive the highest amount of THC possible while still keeping the extract “clean”.
What is Super Critical Fluid Extraction?
Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) is the process of separating one component (the extractant) from another (the matrix) using supercritical fluids as the extracting solvent. Extraction is usually from a solid matrix, but can also be from liquids. SFE can be used as a sample preparation step for analytical purposes, or on a larger scale to either strip unwanted material from a product (e.g. decaffeination) or collect a desired product (e.g. essential oils). These essential oils can include limonene and other plant essential oils. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most used supercritical fluid.