This can be found under Lifestyles. Ares will be around for a proper intro, but as the title suggests, this forum should be used for the discussion of anything vapor related.
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Posted 05 September 2015 - 03:02 PM
I have already made a few threads. Make sure to check it out
Posted 05 September 2015 - 03:37 PM
I did check it out, and thanks for posting the info.
I still have a question about the vaping products, We usually use pho extract but have tried most of the products available here in a legal recreational state, (for smoking).
Are the extracted cannabanoids that are contained in the glycerine and other oil products changed by the process by which they are extracted to either include or eliminate the cannabanoids that are useful in topicals and edibles?
This is a side subject that I personally am involved in creating new products for the future market, and since most of the processing of cannabis is aimed towards smoking, and not towards the many other uses, I was wondering if in your (Ares, or ??) research has led you to any information on this subject.
Thank you, Happy.
Posted 05 September 2015 - 04:08 PM
I would suggest making this post in the vape forum so others may learn from the response. :)
I would say, generally, no. Each method of extraction does pull different essential oils and terpenes from the plant materials, but any of those methods can be used to mix ejuice. Different extraction methods may be better suited to different types of end products one desires to use based on what the specific extraction pulls.
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