How can I rapidly remediate THC from CBD in my hemp extract using flash column chromatography?

Tetrahydrocannabinol, aka THC, is a hallucinogen found in cannabis and, to a lesser degree, in hemp.  Though THC is legal in some locations in the US and Canada, there is a growing market for its non-hallucinogenic cousin, cannabidiol (CBD), which has purported medical benefits.

The problem with isolating CBD from cannabis and hemp is contamination from THC, which is typically present at a moderate to high percentage. In this post, I will provide some insight into rapidly purifying CBD to remove THC.

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Pesticide remediation of Cannabis oil- Myclobutanil removal by flash chromatography

Myclobutanil is a fungicide of considerable concern to the cannabis industry.  Its removal from extracted cannabinoid oil is the hot topic among processors and extractors.  In today’s post we will present how flash chromatography can be used for the remediation of the pesticide, thereby significantly reducing it from the final product in a single step.

Flash column chromatography has been applied to cannabis oils.  We have previously posted an orthogonal approach to isolating cannabinoids from winterized extract.  Give it read if you have not seen it.

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