Marijuana oils are often used to make capsules, tinctures, and topical products

These extracts can be made with chemical solvents like butane, ethanol, and CO2, or with heat and pressure.

I love spending my free time away from my job watching educational videos on the internet. For a while I was addicted to nature videos and live streams with animals in them. A lot of people have bird feeders and feeding stations for forest animals that are broadcasted 24/7 on the internet. If you have an interest in these animals, it’s one of the best ways to learn about their behaviors. One of the most popular animal live cams in the country is a bald eagle live cam in southwest Florida. It has been active since as early as 2013 or earlier, but it’s continually growing in popularity over the years. Lately I’ve moved away from animal videos and have gravitated towards science and cannabis. I like learning more about the plant, like how it’s grown and processed and how cannabis extracts like distillate oil are created. Cannabis dispensary products like capsules, tinctures, and topical creams are typically created from cannabis oil which is extracted from dry-cured marijuana flower buds. These extracts can be made with chemical solvents like butane, ethanol, and CO2, or with heat and pressure. Although most marijuana products made with chemical solvents have little to no chemical residue leftover from the extraction process, solventless extracts like rosin and bubble hash are more desirable and therefore cost more money. They’re also harder to make, which is the primary factor in their higher cost. Live rosin and live bubble hash are made from fresh cannabis plants that are frozen right after harvest instead of dry-cured. This results in a product that is rich in terpenes and also costs more to make.

 

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