Butane vs. Propane Tag

Hydrocarbon extraction is a method used to extract cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), and terpenes from cannabis plant material. It has become a widely popular extraction method for cannabis refinement in recent years, due to its low cost, efficiency, and extraction quality, as compared to alternative methods. The hydrocarbon extraction technique involves the use of certain hydrocarbons like propane and butane – these materials act as solvents, which, when combined with plant material, strip desired chemical compounds (such as cannabinoids) out of plant material. This isolate is then further refined through a number of other methods. Highly concentrated extracts can be used to create cannabis oils, shatter, glass, hash, wax, and other products – these extracts contain little to no hydrocarbon residue when the commercial extraction is performed properly. What Are Hydrocarbons? Hydrocarbons are a classification of organic compounds consisting of carbon and hydrogen. They are formed from the compression of animal and plant...

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