These extracts may also undergo additional processes like nanoemulsion encapsulation, which gives the product higher bioavailability to help CBD and other compounds enter the bloodstream with greater ease.
The resulting product is a mild-flavored, light gold liquid with a higher concentration of CBD and lower concentration of terpenes and other cannabinoids.
There are two main ways that CBD can be extracted. The first is by using a solvent and the second is by using temperature and pressure. Solvent-based extraction methods involve passing a solvent through the product and then burning off the solvent, so that only the desired chemical compound, like CBD, remains. There are a number of different solvents that can be used, but ethanol and butane are the most common. Solvent-based extraction methods are used frequently with the cannabis plant because the solvents work well with the cannabis flower.
Raw CBD oil is exactly what it sounds like: “raw.” Once extracted from the hemp plant, this type of oil undergoes no further processing or filtration, resulting in a green, viscous oil packed with plant compounds and cannabinoids like CBDA and THCA.
Typically dark or light gold in color, these oils contain a wide range of compounds found naturally occurring in the plant, including terpenes, cannabinoids, and essential oils.
Once the CBD has been extracted, it can undergo a filtering process that determines the color of the oil. There are generally three different categories that CBD oils fall into:
MCT oil promotes improved absorption in the digestive tract, and it helps the liver integrate all incoming compounds. These formulas appear clear, and may even turn a shade pink.
This plant compound has likely been ingested for millennia. While we weren’t performing frequent chemical analysis on the hemp and cannabis we were using historically, CBD seems to be one of the more prominent cannabinoids expressed in natural cannabis sativa L. plants. This means that most cannabis users throughout history, have been consuming mild to medium dosages of cannabidiol with every sesh.
Pink CBD Tinctures
Cannabidiol boosts levels of an internally produced cannabinoid compound called AEA. AEA, or anandamide, the “bliss” molecule, activates both CB1 and CB2 receptors, primarily CB1. AEA self regulates its levels, balancing its concentrations with another endocannabinoid 2-AG. As AEA rises, 2-AG naturally rises too. 2-AG has a higher affinity for CB2, but also frequently activates CB1 receptors.
Cannabidiol is an organic, natural cannabinoid that is 100% non-psychoactive. This compound, and the endogenously produced compounds that it supports, frequently interact with receptors associated with serotonin regulation, dopamine transmission, and much more. These receptors can be found in almost all tissues, from head to toe, giving cannabinoids extensive access to a variety of paramount welfare promoting pathways.
Pink cannabinoid infusions often indicate a highly pure, natural extraction process. These oils contain polyphenol oxidase, a compound found in a variety of plants, including hemp. As light and oxygen are gradually introduced to this oxidase, its colour changes and the pure carrier oil picks up a pink hint. Beyond this colour shift, the total value of these hemp infusions remains unaltered.
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