COF has partnered with a Licensed Extraction Company in LA to offer our customers the highest quality cannabis Oil Extracts on the Market. We currently have 3 strains available that we have approved for production and the products are now available on our website. We plan to expand production in the near future to offer more stains, but are quite pleased with our current picks. Please visit our store to place your order today and find out why COF has the highest quality products of plants and oils on the market.
What Makes Good, Clean Cannabis Oil?
A few crucial factors come into play when extracting cannabis oil: the quality of the starting material; a dialed-in extraction method; and proper post-processing.
1. High-Quality Starting Material
Great cannabis oil is sourced from clean, well-grown cannabis that is rich in cannabinoids and terpenes. Some things to consider when evaluated the source material include:
- The quality of strain genetics
- Freshness of the starting material
- What part of the plant was extracted
- How carefully the cannabis was handled after harvest
Not only will extracts consolidate the desirable qualities of the strain, but they’ll also concentrate any negative attributes or contaminants found on the plant; that means any defects will be amplified in the oil. That’s why the best cannabis oil comes from clean, high-quality cannabis flower.
2. Good Extraction Practices
Proper extraction preserves the chemical profile of the strain, creating a potent and flavorful iteration that accentuates the subtle nuances not always apparent in flower form.
If the extraction method isn’t fine-tuned, there’s a greater chance of the product taking on defects such as lackluster flavor, contamination, or other imperfections that lead to an underwhelming or negative experience.
3. Proper Post-Processing
Similar to the way an improper cure can ruin an otherwise prosperous cannabis harvest, the same can be said for post-processing cannabis concentrates.
Most cannabis oils go through some form of post-processing after their initial extraction. This involves drying and storing practices, purging excess solvents, and distilling or isolating specific cannabinoids, among other refinement processes.