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C02 Extraction at Evolab: The Art of Extraction with Roxy Striar

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In this episode of The Art of Extraction, Roxy visits Evolab in Denver, Colorado to learn about their unique CO2 extraction process. She meets up with founder Alex Cahoj and managing scientific director Dr. Steven Bennet, who give her a behind-the-scenes look at how Evolab is able to re-create strain-specific, whole plant profiles in extract form with their proprietary method of terpene isolation and extraction. After learning about how Evolab’s terpene-rich extracts are made, Roxy sits down with Alex to sample some of them.

About the Series:
Cannabis oil, hash oil, dabs, wax, shatter, BHO, and rosin: cannabis concentrates take on many forms, and seem to have about a thousand names. There’s a strong argument to be made about why concentrates might be the future of cannabis, but few are familiar with how these concentrates are crafted. Join host Roxy Striar as she travels the country to learn about the science (and art) of cannabis extraction.

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