cbd distilate

Cbd distilate

The last many years we have all learnt that CBD Full Spectrum oils are the best way to take CBD. Made from the flowers and leaves of the Hemp plant with CO2 Extraction – and you would have the best product! CBD Distillate is the new “kid on the block”. But what is CBD distillate and why is it better?

What is CBD Distillate?

Distillation is defined as:

  • The action of purifying a liquid by a process of heating and/or cooling. Distillation is a process that creates concentrates that are “cleaner” than other concentrates in that they’re pure on a molecular level.

Distillates are also one of the most potent types of concentrates that exist.

Distillation of hemp allows for the extraction of cannabinoids that offer a pure, versatile, and potent product that has unlimited potential as far as usage is concerned.

Distillation uses heat to vaporize cannabinoids. This vapour is then collected in the distillation cooling system. This eliminates everything from the cannabinoids, including plant matter and chlorophyll.

In turn this creates a very clean, very concentrated liquid that is also completely solvent-free. The distillate can then be put into everything. And the benefit, obviously, is that there is nothing in it except the desired cannabinoids.

There’s a reason people in the hemp industry sometimes refer to CBD distillate as The Pure. That’s exactly what it is. A product that’s virtually pure cannabinoids.

Why is CBD Distillate better?

Now you understand what hemp distillate is and a little about how it is made. Then you can also imagine that it’s not only CBD distillate you can make from hemp. You can make CBG, CBC, CBN, THC, THCV distillate …. any cannabinoid from hemp or cannabis, in a very concentrated clean pure form.

Science keep finding new benefits from the different cannabinoids, and now we have it in a pure from separated from all impurities. This mean we can make different compositions for different conditions. We are no longer “slaves” to what amount of each cannabinoids, there are in a CBD extract, coming from one type of hemp. We can mix and match and add subtract,until we find the best “recipe” for a condition, all according to the individual cannabinoid’s benefit and stronghold.

CBD destillate has almost no smell and no taste because all the terpenes dissapered under the vaporization.

Something great about the potency of hemp distillates is that you can use less of them than other traditional CBD products to achieve the desired effects. Thus you don’t need to consume as much product.

How can you use hemp distillate?

There are several ways to use distillate.

It’s one of the most versatile forms of cannabinoids that exists, which is one reason why it is quickly becoming one of the most popular CBD products that exists.

The following are a few different ways to use it.


Hemp-infused topicals and CBD beauty products have become a very popular new markets. CBD (and THC) topicals offer some serious localized relief to sore muscles and chronic pain associated with inflammation.

Simply add CBD distillate to a bit of coconut oil and you’ve got a great base to make different DIY CBD-infused balm.


CBD distillate are commonly used like other concentrates and consumed by inhaling with a vape pen or an e-cigaret.

Vaping CBD distillates offers the quickest, most potent application, with effects that can be noticed almost immediately, it is virtually odorless, tasteless vapor (unless it’s been flavored with something else).

Vaping CBD distillate can also offer quick therapeutic effects that can be beneficial to those with more serious problems.


Distillates make an awesome addition to edibles and allow anyone to easily cook with cannabinoids Because distillate has already gone through decarboxylation (activation of the cannabinoids by heat) it’s ready to go. And because it’s virtually odorless and tasteless, your edibles won’t taste like hemp.

Hemp distillates make preparing edibles at home easier than ever. Just don’t forget that when it comes to edibles, a little bit goes a long way. If you plan on using CBD distillate in your home cooking, be sure to introduce distillate to your favorite dishes in low doses (5mg or less) until you find that sweet spot that works perfectly for you.

Does the Real CBD use CBD distillates?

We have started working with some scientists and a producer which can make “what we want”. This means that in the very near future you will be seeing new potent products made specifically to help certain conditions………….. Stay tuned!

CBD or hemp distillate is another way to make CBD products. Why would it better than the conventional CBD extraction methods?