A term used to describe one of the two portions that are formed when a full spectrum extract is made from cannabis flowers and allows time for separation in a lab. This fraction contains more terpenes than what’s found within high-cannabinoid extracts, which makes up only about 30 percent or so on average with most commercial brands depending upon their specific production methodologies.

Full Spectrum Extracts are an excellent way to capture the entire plant’s therapeutic properties without sacrificing any of its goodness! Unlike selective extracts that leave behind unnecessary byproducts like fats, lipids and waxes; this method involves isolating just what you want while leaving behind everything else.

High-quality cannabis starts with the highest level of terpenes. When extractors use harsh methods, like extreme heat and pressure to remove cannabinoids from plants it compromises their flavor profiles by destroying these essential oils that give a synergistic effect when combined together in one product or consumed raw!

Modern-day manufacturers have perfected their solvent based and closed loop process for capturing as much of the terpenes in raw material. Extraction companies can use a variety of solvents such butane, propane or carbon dioxide to dissolve chemical compounds within it before isolating them with state-of-art equipment using low temperatures which fragile aromatics are captured within these processes.

After extraction, the concentrate is left to naturally separate into its individual components. HTFSE and HCFSE form after a cannabinoid crystal formation process occurs when purged with any leftover solvents in order to remove them from solution for use as an extract or tincture of cannabis oils that may provide users different effects according their desired goals compared those achieved through dabbing heated butane honey oil (or other similar products).

Consumers can consume HTFSE through dabbing for the best results. Desktop or portable equipment is used to decarboxylate compounds in the “sauce”, which ensures you have control over temperature and avoid ruining perfectly good terpenes during extract smoking; if consumed as an edible product like cookies, these harsh elements may be lost due precision cooking processes at high temperatures–although this does not happen often because most kitchens don’t reach upwards past 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

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