Contaminants in Your Cannabis Concentrates – A Cause for Real Concern?

Cannabis concentrates can be gotten as an end-products of extractions using different solvents like alcohol, propane, butane, and carbon dioxide. These solvents are used to extract the potent compounds embedded in the plant matrixes of cannabis plants after which they are evaporated from the final product. When the extraction and manufacturing processes are not properly done, these toxic solvents remain as residues and are part of the final products of the extraction process.

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