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CANNABIS OIL EXTRACTS

What to Look For

can be taken orally, sublingually or applied topically. Concentrated cannabis oil extracts can also be utilized as an ingredient to vaporize or cook with. Some cannabis oils come with an applicator for measured dosing. These oil extracts—CBD-rich and THC-dominant—are very potent. The time of onset and duration of effect vary depending on the method of administration.

ü CBD-rich products. Choose products that include both CBD, a non-intoxicating compound, and THC, the main psychoactive component of cannabis. CBD and THC work best together, enhancing each other's therapeutic benefits.

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ü Quality ingredients. Select products with quality ingredients. (No corn syrup, GMOs, transfats, preservatives, and artificial additives.)

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ü Safe extraction. Avoid products extracted with toxic solvents like BHO, propane, hexane or other hydrocarbons. Solvent residues are especially dangerous for immune- compromised patients. Look for products that entail a safer method of extraction like supercritical CO2.

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ü Products made from organic cannabis not industrial hemp. Compared to high resin cannabis, hemp is typically low in cannabinoid content. A huge amount of hemp is required to extract a small amount of CBD, raising the risk of contaminants because hemp, a bioaccumulator, draws toxins from the soil. The robust terpene profile of whole plant cannabis enhances the therapeutic benefits of CBD and THC.

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ü Clear labels. Look for product labels showing the quantity and ratio of CBD and THC per dose, a manufacturing date and batch number (for quality control).

ü Lab testing. Look for products that are tested for consistency, and verified as free of mold, bacteria, pesticides, solvent residues, and other contaminants.

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