Hey everyone i just grabbed some co2 cannabis derviced terpenes and they smell amazing. We are going to be using them with our cbd carts to give a true cannabis experience that is fully compliant. The one thing I have noticed is a small ampunt of lipids or fats at the bottom of the jars and in wondering what is the best way to remove them. I may just leave them in there as its quite minimal. Looking forward to sharing these at the glg meet up in California. Im going to get cannabinoid and terpene tests to see the quality and get feedback from the terp lords @Betroit and @drjackhughes i missed out on their last batch and hopefully will be on the next.
Sour diesel is next to perfect
Lemon kush is quite cloudy
Better photo of them all from the side
From the top
prehaps a cold crash? fallowed by filtering with a vacuum flask with a regulated shallow vacuum depth??? not really sure havent ran into this problem
my gut tells me you dont wana dilute with etoh, as removing the EtOH will prolly remove the lower BP terps as well
You are correct, ethanol will ruin it. A small centrifuge would do the trick
that would be dope! terpfuge! lol
if you vacuum flask it throw a cold trap between your flask and pump to catch anything!!
Send them through a syringe filter maybe?
cold crash → syringe filtration
lets all take a second to appreciate that pun!! LOL
The lemon kush looks like it may still have some water on it. Try freezing it and pouring off your terpenes into another vessel
Have you done any analytics? I’d be curious to see a terpene analysis and potency. What’s the viscosity?
Going to get some testing done on it today. Thank you everyone for the help. Im going to free and pour off. There seems to be a big lack of terpenes testing so im going to send it back to MA to my lab. Hopefully will have the results next week. The viscosity is pretty thin.
What did they test at? Did freezing and pushing through a syringe filter help?