Chromatography

Chromatography has revolutionized analytical chemistry. It involves separating individual molecules from multi-compound formulas and falls into two main categories:

Analytical Chromatography is used to separate and identify chemical or biological compounds. This is essential in the production of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food and beverages.

Preparative Chromatography is to obtain sufficient quantities of compounds at the required purity, with the highest throughput.

The final commercial product is free of all forms of THC, chlorophyll, plant compounds and undesired lipids. This is achieved through the proprietary chromatography method and vital in developing legally compliant hemp-derived commercial products.

 

Chromatography extraction method

This method uses technology to eliminate unwanted levels of THC and chlorophyll while allowing high levels of phytocannabinoids to remain.

This is achieved by identifying and completely removing trace amounts of THC that occur naturally in the oil. This chromatography technique leaves the full spectrum profile of non-psychoactive phytocannabinoids and synergistic compounds intact. 

To ensure the highest quality hemp-derived phytocannabinoid-rich (PCR) oil extract is produced, a strict testing system is in place.  Chromatography extraction takes place on-site and third parties test batches to confirm the removal of THC and verify no pesticides, solvents or heavy metals are present.