What is Full Spectrum Extraction?
Our CBD oils are made using state-of-the-art full spectrum extraction technology. The aim of this process is to extract all the beneficial phytocannabinoids while removing THC and chlorophyll. Here’s how the process works:
We start with the whole plant from our industrial hemp farm in Colorado. After harvest, the plants move into our cutting-edge 50,000 square foot extraction facility in Colorado Springs.
Our proprietary technology extracts a wide spectrum of beneficial compounds, while advanced chromatography techniques help to completely remove the trace amounts of THC from the oil.
The end result is a THC-free extract that is rich not only in CBD but also in cannabigerol (CBG), cannabinol (CBN), cannabichromene (CBC), and natural terpenes.
While CBD has the most benefits of all the phytocannabinoids, there are positive attributes to most of these compounds. While most CBD oil manufacturers focus solely on CBD content, we use proprietary technology to ensure a full-spectrum extraction. Find out more about all the phytocannabinoids right here.
A finished NuLife CBD Oil will contain a cannabinoid composition similar to the breakdown below:
As you can see, about 90% of the cannabinoid content is CBD, with the remaining 10% split between CBG, CBN, CBC, CBDA, minor cannabinoids, and terpenes. Total terpenes account for between 1 and 4% of the oil’s composition.
Our process has been refined over the years to ensure quality and consistency. Beyond utilizing the latest technologies and equipment, we also follow rigorous quality control measures.
We test all of our products in-house using chromatographic technology. We also utilize a 3rd-party tester to evaluate finished products, ensuring accuracy in reported phytocannabinoid content and THC content.
The end result is, quite simply, the highest quality CBD oil on the market. We are proud to produce full spectrum, hemp-derived and phytocannabinoid-rich oils that contain zero THC and no solvents, heavy metals, or pesticides.
Interested in learning more about CBD? Check out this article on the difference between hemp and marijuana.