CBD & CBG Crumble contains traces of CBG, CBD, CBDV, and CBN. The product is in crystal form and light yellow in colour. The crystal shape is irregular.
The powder form is white, and the crystal form is white to light yellow.
Our CBD/CBG isolates are available pure or with the addition of purified hemp terpenes, depending on the client’s demands.
CBD Crumble / CBG Crumble
CBD Crumble is a chromatography product with CBD standardised concentration ranging from 95% to 99%.
Cannabinoid isolates are used as an intermediate in the production of end products. The crystals, ground into a fine powder, represent the first choice for many cosmetic producers because of the non-traceable THC levels and their highest purity form.
Terpsolate is a crumble formulation with a purified terpene fraction.
CBG Crumble is a chromatography product with CBG standardised concentration ranging from 90% to 98%.
Our CBD Isolate is extracted through denatured ethyl alcohol.
Our hemp is grown according to organic methods. Our industrial hemp is sourced through United States growers who have registered locations with their State Department of Agriculture and every batch is tracked to its originating farm. Exceeding a minimum of 98% potency, our CBD Isolate is extracted in a compliant, certified environment and refined to guarantee industry-leading purity
With pure CBD Isolate, all other cannabinoids and plant impurities are removed making it virtually flavorless, odorless and versatile. Using a gentle refining process, our isolate molecules are not damaged or weakened by any harsh solvents or chemicals.
There are pros and cons to using crystals. Two advantages are purity and convenience. Since crystals contain virtually pure CBD, they are easy to portion into daily servings using a simple kitchen scale. They are also tasteless and odorless. Another benefit of CBD crystals is that they may create feelings of calm and relaxation. They could help you reduce feelings of stress and pain and sleep more soundly. Crystals do not carry the drawbacks of THC, such as impaired cognition. They are more versatile than CBD oil, and are suitable for dabbing, using in edibles, and ingesting sublingually.
There are a few easy ways in which you can use CBD crystals. You may eat them, dab them, apply them topically, blend them into oil for tinctures, or dissolve them into e-liquids. Let’s discuss each of these methods in greater detail:
How are crystals made?
Convenience is the major advantage of using CBD crystals in edibles. One drawback of ingesting crystals in edibles is that you may experience a delay in effects. It is more difficult to predict effects and timing when CBD crystals are eaten, because every person’s digestive system absorbs at different rates. This difficulty could make it more challenging for you to determine an appropriate serving size for yourself.
As a medicinal herb, cannabis can produce more than 100 distinct chemical compounds known as cannabinoids. (1) CBD crystals are one of these compounds. They are harvested from hemp plants that contain high levels of CBD. The CBD-rich plant extract is heated, cooled, and separated repeatedly. During the final cycle, chemists insert a seed blanket into the solution, place it in a cool, dark area, and use a vacuum pump to remove contaminants. The crystals soon begin to grow. The separation process continues until the crystals contain 98 to 99 percent isolated CBD.
There are pros and cons to dabbing. Dabbing is a quick, convenient way to get a daily serving of cannabidiol while inhaling less plant material. You may experience a rapid sense of calm and slight energy uplift. When you first dab CBD, you may experience a rush of blood to the head, or possibly some coughing. Since CBD is directly absorbed into the bloodstream when you inhale CBD crystals as a vapor, you may find it easier to determine an appropriate serving size when you dab. Just adjust based on how you feel immediately afterwards.