Distillate | Noun

/dis-tə-ˌlāt/

  1. The distillation process employs heat to vaporize cannabinoids, along with a cooling system to float and separate them. A cannabis extract is put within moss, where heat is applied. The vapor then condenses and drips into another glass container which holds the distillate.

    This method divides the clarified cannabinoids from unwanted goods, creating an incredibly clear and pure substance.

    Since terpenes and other more volatile, yet beneficial chemicals have a much lower boiling point, they may be destroyed in this process. However, it is possible to extract these valuable compounds separately beforehand then to add them into the mix after both procedures have been carried out