Scientific studies have found that CBD oil can work as a treatment for various mental and physical illnesses (such as anxiety, cancer and chronic pain), as well as possessing beneficial properties such as antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, anticonvulsants and antipsychotics.
Instead, these phytocannabinoids are found in an acidic state, better known as cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) and tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA).
This process is highly complicated and can’t simply be done in a kitchen. It requires an exact science and specifically-engineered cannabis extraction technology, such as the oil and ethanol recovery systems designed by Cannabis Oil Tech.
So, what actually is decarboxylation?
There is more information than ever before on the extraction processes of CBD oil and the benefits of using such products, but there are still a large number of things that many people do not understand – Decarboxylation is one of those.
The decarboxylation process converts these inactive components in cannabis, which are not psychoactive, into active components – converting CBDA into CBD and THCA into THC.
Decarboxylation is an essential step in the process of creating CBD hemp oil, which is a popular daily supplement that can be used to help remedy a variety of ailments. This process applies to all types of cannabis, and in the use of CBD oil products created from the industrial hemp plant.
How does this process work?
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1 drop = approximately 2,5 mg of CBD, 1 pack = 750 mg of CBD
• cold pressed hemp oil,
• hemp extract obtained from monitored Alba Hemp crops
Recommended daily dose: 4-12 drops a day (2-3 times a day for 2-4 drops), however, it should be remembered that in the case of CBD products the optimal dose depends on the individual predispositions and needs of the body. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
• CBD oil with a concentration of 5% obtained by a modern and ecological method of extracting supercritical carbon dioxide
• Contains the full spectrum of CBD oils and other cannabinoids naturally occurring in hemp (CBG, CBDa, CBD, CBN)
• One 15 ml pack contains 750 mg of CBD
• 1 drop of oil contains approximately 2,5 mg of CBD
• The product comes from certified Alba Hemp crops and is 100% vegan
• The product is delivered in an elegant cardboard tube that protects the bottle with oil during transport
A 15 ml package of 5% CBD product contains 750 mg of cannabidiol. The product is free from the psychoactive effects of THC <0.2%.
Industrial hemp extract obtained by extraction of supercritical CO2. The process takes place without air access, thanks to which the ingredients are not subject to oxidation, and carbon dioxide is completely released after its completion. The oils obtained in this way are microbiologically pure and retain the full spectrum of ingredients.
Seeing that both non-decarboxylated CBD and decarboxylated CBD both contain therapeutic benefits, a product that blends both has the potential to offer increased benefit.
Decarboxylation converts acidic cannabinoids present in cannabis into non-acidic cannabinoids. But, the process does not convert all acidic cannabinoids.
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How is CBD Decarboxylated?
There are, however, benefits of non-decarboxylated CBD and other cannabinoids in their raw, non-decarboxylated state as well.
Smoking and vaporizing cannabis heat up the compounds present in the plant immediately and offer the desired effects.
CBD was even mistaken for the THC component of the cannabis that is well-known to make people high and addicted. But, one new factor that everyone should start learning about is the decarboxylation.
In other words, decarboxylation of CBD is necessary to get the most out of the beneficial cannabinoid. But, there are still some benefits to non-decarboxylated CBD and other cannabinoids .