Bulk CBC Distillate: THC and CBD can be consumed in numerous ways. You’ve probably heard of weed oil, CBC distillate, honey oil, wax, concentrates, and other similar terms, but what exactly is distillate? What makes a distillate different from other THC and CBC products? This guide covers the entire distillation process, from lab certification and testing to extraction, filtering, and packaging.

What Is Distillation, Exactly?

The formal definition of CBC distillation is the process of extracting and refining the active components of marijuana derived from the hemp plant. CBC distillate is a highly concentrated CBC extract that has been thoroughly stripped of all materials and compounds except one specific cannabinoid, most commonly THC or CBC.

The Bulk CBC Distillate production technique combines science and art to produce a pure molecular level CBC concentrate that is virtually tasteless, odorless, and contains nearly 99 percent pure THC concentrate with tremendous medicinal properties.

How Is CBC Distillate Made?

Distillation is a well-known science that produces an ultra-pure and potent form of THC. The distillate produced by Bona Voluntate Extracts is created in a cutting-edge laboratory, resulting in a high-potency Wholesale CBC  extract free of contaminants, pesticides, and other impurities for the best quality and smoothest delivery possible.

The premium distillate of Bona Voluntate Extracts is made in the following manner:

1. LABORATORY APPROVAL AND TESTING

Bulk is processed in Bona Voluntate Extracts’ cutting-edge laboratory. A large amount of CBC flower or bud is used to make CBC Distillate. The flower strain has little effect on the end product because all plant matter and biomass are removed, resulting in a pure THC concentrate.

Wholesale CBC Distillate farmers in Oklahoma supply Bona Voluntate Extracts with CBC flower. The flower is tested for contaminants, heavy metals, pesticides, and harmful chemical residues, as well as THC potency, by an independent third-party lab. The flower is shredded and ground up for further processing.

2.DECARBOXYLATION

To achieve the necessary medicinal properties, the CBC flower must be decarboxylated in order for the THC acid to interact with the human body effectively. This method involves heating marijuana to activate the cannabinoids and remove the carboxylic acid from the cannabinoid chemical compound. THC can then bind to receptors in the body and provide medicinal benefits.

3.CO2 EXTRACTION

Bona Voluntate Extracts uses CO2 to extract crude oils from Wholesale CBC Distillate plant matter (carbon dioxide). This is a non-solvent extraction method. While CO2 extraction takes longer than other solvent-based processes, it yields a cleaner, smoother extract than alternatives like butane.

4. WINTERIZATION & COLD-FILTERING

CBC distillation uses heating and cooling processes to separate and remove fats from weed oil. Pre-winterizing and winterizing the Wholesale CBC Distillate concentrate involves cooling and warming the concentrate to remove waxes, fats, and other undesirable compounds. Cold filtering produces a clear, solvent-free liquid.

This process is repeated several times by Bona Voluntate Extracts to achieve an ultra-pure extract, resulting in a cleaner, crude extract.

5. DISTILLATION

Heat, pressure, and evaporation are used in the final steps of the Bulk CBC Distillate process to separate cannabinoids (THC and/or CBC) from any remaining plant matter and high-burning terpenes. When this final process is finished, the finished product has reached its maximum potency.

THREE TERPENES

Following the completion of the Wholesale CBC Distillate distillation process, Bona Voluntate Extracts takes one more step to create a distinct and truly one-of-a-kind CBC experience. For flavor and medicinal properties, natural terpenes such as Myrcene, Limonene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Luteolin are reintroduced into the distillate. This final step determines the CBC strain and flavor of the finished product, yielding a tasty and highly potent Bulk CBC Distillate.

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