The process of stripping the trichomes, as well as the essential oils, from the cannabis plant by using either isopropyl alcohol or ethyl alcohol is referred to as alcohol extraction. At the point when the extra plant material is filtered out, and alcohol is successfully evaporated, the result is a sticky, potent, golden-colored hash oil. Depending on the extraction process that follows, the texture of the resulting hash oil can be changed to budder, oil, or shatter, through different purification methods, such as agitation, pressure, or heat.
“Do you think it is safe to try alcohol extraction at home? I have been considering giving DIY cannabis concentrates a try for quite some time now.”
“Did you know that this golden hash oil is made via ethyl alcohol extraction?”