CBD Extraction Methods
The CBD extraction method used to produce HemPūr CBD tincture is a patent pending process; free of heat, CO2, and ethanol. The hemp used in this process is never dried, which will maintain the complete chemistry of the plant. The result is a cleaner, more pure CBD oil with high levels of cannabinoid fractions and terpenes.
The Hemp is sourced sustainably from organic non-GMO and pesticide-free hemp farms. We are involved in each step of the process from soil-to-shelf in order to ensure the quality and purity everyone deserves.
Fresh Hemp CBD
When you get a bottle of HemPūr’s Full Spectrum CBD Tincture, you are receiving CBD that was captured within less than 2 hours of being cut. Most CBD companies have to dry out their hemp plants before they can begin extracting the medicinal properties.
What is the Best Extraction Method For CBD Oil?
There are two commonly used methods of extraction, neither of which HemPur uses. Both begin with dried hemp, by soaking the dried hemp in a solvent solution, such as:
- Supercritical CO2
- Ethanol (other solvents used may be Butane or Propane)
HemPūr offers a new extraction process that is CO2-free, ethanol free, and only uses fresh, organically grown hemp. We believe that fresh, natural ingredients create the best product possible.
HemPur CBD is extracted using water and condensed terpenes found naturally in the hemp plant. Clean and simple = higher levels of terpenes and cannabinoid fractions, making the most beneficial product on the market.
The CBD Oil extraction method used for HemPur creates the purest CBD oil in the industry.
Organically grown fresh hemp, never dried
HemPūr extracts our CBD oil via a patent-pending technology. The technology utilizes condensed terpenes found naturally in the hemp plant to separate the oil from the plant biomass. This technology allows the extraction plant to take place in a “wet” state, providing a superior yield of cannabinoids and terpenes.
What are terpenes?
Terpenes are the chemicals that determine the scent of plants and fruits, and they can also help heal. Within the hemp plant, there are about 100 terpenes found, some of them are, Myrcene, Limonene, Pinene, Linalool, Caryophyllene, Humulene, Terpinolene, and Bisabolol. Each one of these has its own medicinal properties.
Each terpene is recognized for different health benefits which are helpful on their own but when combined with the complete chemistry of the plant it creates what is being called the Entourage Effect. The entourage effect is whole plant medicine. The full plant chemistry (Cannabinoids, Terpenes, along with remaining chemical compounds) working together to offer the greatest benefits.