What separates the distillation process from others is the method of preparation, which uses “Short Path Distillation”, a process that has been around a long time, but is generally new to the marijuana industry.

  • Solvent

    First, the marijuana plant material is ground and extracted into a solvent. The solvent is separated from the cannabinoids using the following process.


    Due to high boiling point,  a short path distillation process is used to vaporize the components under a high power vacuum is used to distill at a lower temperature.

  • Molecular

    Virtually everything is separated; from the THC, from terpenes, to additional lipids, pesticides, plant material and all the other components. The THC distillation process is split into two parts.


    Terpenes are removed from the cannabinoids at lower temperatures.

  • Lipids

    Removes the lipids, impurities and solvents, which leaves an odourless high value clear distillate (contains the THC, CBD and other cannabinoids).


The cannabinoids present depends entirely on the strain you have chosen.. The wiped film evaporator creates a distillate that can produce a fine oil used in vape cartridges, tinctures or edibles.

Cannabinoids’ high boiling point means that they are very high viscosity, or thick like heavy oil, honey or tar. The extraction and separation system must be designed to cope these viscous substances. Note that the CBD crystallizes, while the THC is thick like goo.


Distillation may be relatively new to the current cannabis concentrate market, but rest assured that this well-developed botanical extraction technique is suited to set the paradigm for cannabis extraction and refinement. If you desire the cleanest, clearest, and by far the most potent concentrate available on the market, cannabis oil distillate may just be the perfect product for you.

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