Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca oils have been extracted using super-critical CO2 method. They have their full terpene profile in tact, ie raw oil  and raw paste.

Decarb oils are this same extract which has been put through a heating process causing them to decarboxylate.

This heating process, bringing to a temperature of 125 degrees, basically cooks the extract.

As this damages the temperature sensitive terpenes, Endoca extract the terpenes after extraction but prior to decarboxylation, then put them back in afterwards.

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

However, it is not just the terpenes which make something ‘full spectrum’, or not.

Raw CBD extract has the cannibinoids in both their acidic and non-acidic forms, CBD and CBDa, CBG and CBGa, CBN and CBNa, etc

The decarboxylation process converts the acidic-form cannabinoids to their non-acidic form. ie the CBDa becomes CBD, and adds to the original CBD content. Same with all of them, CBG, CBN, CBG etc.

As the raw extract has a) a wider range of active CBD molecules (both the a’s and non-a’s) as well as a more complete terpene profile, this is what is ‘broad-spectrum’ oils/pastes are.

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Decarb oils/pastes have a slightly less complete terpene profile due to losses and inefficiencies in the process of removing them and putting them back in after decarb.

To help explain the a and non a difference in another way.

People who eat raw cannabis dont get ‘high’. This is because the THC in cannabis is actually THCa. THCa is non-psychoactive to us.

However, when it is smoked, baked into cookies, etc, people get high.

This is because the heating of the THCa decarboxylates it into THC.

Basically, a ‘carboxyl group’ is removed from its molecular structure, changing its shape, making it able to lock in to the CB1 receptors in the brain and central nervous system. THCa does not fit the lock/key receptor and this is why eating raw cannabis has no psychoactive effect.

Oils and pastes are the same.

Everything starts off a raw paste. This is raw paste.

To make it into raw oil, it is simply filtered a few times to remove most of the natural waxes and parafins. This is raw oil.

So, in short, Raw Oil and Raw Paste, both 2000mg CBD, both 10ml, are virtually identical except for their thickness/consistency.

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained
Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained
Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained
Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained
Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

Endoca Oil Extraction Process, Terpenes, Raw & Decarboxylated CBD Explained

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