So, I remember reading that crystal resistant CBD distillate sells for significantly more than the non-resistant stuff. Based on my recent finding out that one can distill CBDA via wiped film, if I were a betting man, I’d say that’s how they’re doing it.
If this is true, people are paying significantly more money for technically less CBD (being that decarb leaves 87.7% CBD) which seems crazy to me.
Does this information change things? If that’s really the thing, why isn’t all of it being made this way? Maybe you can only distill so much CBDA and the ratio has to be x:y to ensure “resistance” or something.