We had a companty offer us cat 3 distillate and when they sent the COA it showed 63% delta 9 and 32% delta 8. Is this a common thing? I was under the assumption a quality distillate would be over 90% delta 9.
I am also curious if this is not normal if someone can explain how they got such a high delta 8 unless theyre converting cbd distillate into delta 9 and didnt let it sit long enough to covert fully to delta 9. Instead of extractionn from actual thc biomass
If theres a sizable portion of CBD left in material that is strangely significant in comparison to conventionally extracted material then I’d say it very well might be converted material.
However; if the CBD content is minimal; then the anomalous D8 could of been due to abnormally acidic conditions in the boiling flask during distillation. Refinement media potentially contaminated the crude.
I drilled the processor and found out that it is converted material which is useless to me with the delta 8. I appreciate everyones time in helping figure out the possibilities. This has also opened me up to some other knowledge that i did not have and ill continue my search for a solid traditional distillate processor.
So let me guess they started with CBD Isolate at $750. Converted it to a D8/D9 mix and then sold it to you as 90 percent D9 CAT3 at $5,500. Shit is happening in every damn state. Smart move posting the question.
They were trying at $3800-$4000 claiming cat 3 and over 90% but i dont touch unless i can verify a report. What is even crazier is we are in the cbd distillate side of business and bulk buy at about $400/ KG i assume the conversion cost next to nothing so i cant believe this is going to be the new rip off in the market.