Extracting CBD from Hemp
Hemp as a Cash Crop
We've got good news; the legalization of hemp has turned the plant into a booming cash crop, and the demand for hemp-derived, non-psychoactive cannabinoids are on the rise.
Read all about how Eighth Revolution can help you with your extraction process, targeting key cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBGA.
We'll work with you every step of the way, from brainstorming potential next steps to plotting a full-scale build-out of your newest extraction facility, to assure your success.
Return on Investment
We know it can be expensive to start an extraction facility, which is why it's incredibly important to have a clear understanding of what lies ahead. With our guidance, Eighth Revolution can help craft a customized ROI document that breaks down the financials, understand where the funds are allocated, and project when you'll break even.
By understanding the the time it takes to begin making profit, you'll be able to better position yourself for stable success.
Teach a Man to Fish
At Eighth, our goal isn't to leave you in the dark about what we do, but instead to show you just why we're doing it. In addition to the face-to-face time with our lead scientist during your project, our monthly intelligence report includes exclusive content that will be sure to help you generate a deeper understanding of extraction.
Distillate is a term used in the cannabinoid industry to describe an enriched CBD, THC, CBG, etc. oil typically testing above 85% for a single cannabinoid. The chemical technique or method known as distillation has permeated human history for the past 5,000 years.
Distillation is a technique used in chemistry to enrich certain chemicals or components from a liquid solution using selective boiling and condensing. The process utilizes the difference in boiling point and volatility of specific chemicals or components in a liquid mixture in order to isolate and/or enrich specific chemicals or components.
Distillation is the cornerstone of the modern day industrial chemical industry, and its use is universal, however, it is important to note that the separation process is a physical separation, NOT a chemical reaction.
Each month's topic features a look at a different the world of extraction and cannabis & hemp education. If you want to learn more, make sure to take a look at this month's edition.