Adding lecithin will increase the potency of your edibles. It is also safe and nutritionally beneficial. This article explores why it is the best and cheapest way to make the most of edibles.Continue reading Lecithin to increase edible potency
The following is a quick guide to get the most out of your Mars-Hydro LED grow light.Continue reading Mars-Hydro LED Grow Light Quick Guide
Infrared light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Technically, it is outside the range of light visible to the unaided human eye. However, infrared waves affect how plants grow.Continue reading The benefits of infrared for plant growth.
Many cannabis producers have moved beyond using solvent extractions to isolate cannabinoids and other desirable compounds from cannabis plants. However, there are still plenty of concentrate products available that involve the use of hydrocarbons—such as butane and propane—ethanol, or carbon dioxide to pull THC, CBD, terpenes, and more from raw cannabis plants.
While efforts are made to remove these solvents, it’s likely that some amount will end up in the final product. In regulated markets, there are specified levels of solvents that are allowed in products sold or prescribed to consumers. This article was adapted from Leafly.com and looks at ways to minimise your risk in South Africa.
Alcohol is a general term which refers to many organic compounds used in industry and science as reagents, solvents, and fuels. This article discusses different types of Monohydric alcohols and when to use which for cannabis concentrates and extraction.Continue reading Alcohol Solvents FAQ