Flowable and Guaranteed Crystal Resistant CBD Oil
Vanna Crystal Resistant CBD™ is a medium-potency CBD oil that is designed to resist crystallization, which can be an issue with some hemp extracts. By keeping CBD concentrations in the 50% range and maximizing both terpenes and minor cannabinoids, our all-natural CRD remains shelf-stable in products like vape pens and cartridges, the product types most affected by recrystallization. Though it is primarily in demand for vape products, CRD is also generally valued for its high minor cannabinoid content.
Best uses for THC-Free Crystal Resistant Oil
Vanna Crystal Resistant CBD Oil™ is most useful in products that tend toward recrystallization, like vape cartridges. The CBD molecule is an inherently crystalline compound, so when there aren’t enough other natural chemicals serving as buffers, vape concentrates have a tendency to form rigid structures that resist heat. CRD is especially popular when advertised as being “crystal-resistant,” a phrase many savvy hemp and cannabis shoppers now know.
Ideal product types for THC-Free Crystal Resistant CBD Oil
Vanna Crystal Resistant CBD Oil™ is best suited for disposable vape cartridges and disposable vape pens with tanks ranging from 500-1000ml. The type of vape technology used is up to your discretion, but CCELL coils usually provide better results, a point to take note of when crafting high-end, crystal-free vape cartridges. CRD can also be useful in certain topical applications, and some brands choose CRD merely for its high minor cannabinoid content.
Broad Spectrum Crystal Resistant CBD Oil cannabinoid content
Arvanna’s Vanna Crystal Resistant CBD Oil™ contains 48-52% CBD and 15% minor cannabinoids like CBT, CBG, CBC, CBL, CBN, and CBDV with 0.0% THC. Unlike other broad spectrum crystal resistant CBD distillates, our broad spectrum oils, on the other hand, contain high concentrations of unoxidized terpenes, leading to a richer and fuller user experience.
At Arvanna, we use separation-based technology to remove THC, while almost all other “broad spectrum” manufacturers use a degradation-based method.
Degrdation-based is when a manufacturer takes a full spectrum distillate and degrades/converts THC to CBN and other unknown compounds that no expert in the cannabis industry really knows at this moment. This is possible through prolonged heating (12h+ @ 302°F+ (150°C+) and exposure to air, significantly reducing the bioavailability of cannabinoids.
Separation-based, which we do at Arvanna, is a method that relies on very expensive and knowledge-extensive chromatography. During this process, we separate and remove THC from our Flavian Full Spectrum Oil™ to further purify it than it already is to levels below 0.001% THC, far below other non-detect broad spectrum distillates and oils.
The Arvanna Difference
Distillation uses high heat that causes degradation of cannabinoids and completely wipes out all terpenes and flavonoids naturally present in an undistilled oil. Any “CBD distillate” that claims to contain terpenes or flavonoids is inaccurate and misleading.
During CBD distillation, temperatures range from 356 to 428 degrees Fahrenheit, causing degradation of cannabinoids and wiping out all terpenes because terpenes can’t exceed higher than 70-100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Instead, at Arvanna, our proprietary process uses a technology and science approach to purify hemp extracts with almost no heat and the ability to purify an oil to levels all distillation processes cannot achieve.
Typical Broad Spectrum Crystal Resistant CBD Cannabinoid Profile
Cannabinoids interact with your Endocannabinoid System. This system plays a crucial role in regulating pain, stress, appetite, energy, sleep, fertility and many other physical processes.
Typical Terpene Profile on our Broad Spectrum Crystal Resistant CBD
Terpenes are compounds in hemp responsible for our flowers unique flavor and aromatic profile. However, terpenes play an significant role as different combinations produce different effects and health benefits, enhancing the therapeutic properties of cannabinoids.
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What is Crystal Resistant CBD Oil?
Our innovative Crystal Resistant Oil retains its smooth, silky consistency for the entirety of the intended shelf life of the product, offering a significant — and critical — step up for vapes and other products in which resisting crystallization is imperative. This crystal-resistant CBD oil is made using a proprietary separation process that removes unwanted compounds without the need for distillation.
As a result, the cannabinoid liquid remains flowable despite the fact that CBD is an inherently crystalline compound. The same process that allows CBD to resist crystallization also allows for higher concentrations of minor cannabinoids, making this proprietary distillate desirable for a variety of unique reasons.
This is a broad-spectrum product in which many minor cannabinoids are present, but not THC. Without resorting to any cutting agents or other artificial substances, this extract is optimized for crystal resistance and potency. Crystal Resistant CBD Distillate resists crystallization for its entire shelf life, which usually spans more than a year.
Despite being highly refined, this extract is provided in a remarkably natural state marked by both high minor cannabinoid content and the presence of unoxidized terpenes. It is usually used in vapes, but CRD is also sometimes desirable in other products, such as topical creams.
Maintaining the industry’s highest standards of purity, CRD comes in an ultra-refined distillate form that is ready to be poured into vape cartridges or disposable vapes. Arvanna CRD is guaranteed shelf-stable for the expected duration and includes impressive concentrations of minor cannabinoids and terpenes due to our proprietary extraction process.
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