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      How can I rapidly remediate THC from CBD in my hemp extract using flash column chromatography?

      September 20, 2019 at 2:52 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in cannabis, CBD, hemp, linear gradient, remediate, remediation, reversed-phase, step-gradient, terpenes, THC, User Tips

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      Tetrahydrocannabinol, aka THC, is a hallucinogen found in cannabis and, to a lesser degree, in hemp.  Though THC is legal in some locations in the US and Canada, there is a growing market for its non-hallucinogenic cousin, cannabidiol (CBD), which has purported medical benefits.

      The problem with isolating CBD from cannabis and hemp is contamination from THC, which is typically present at a moderate to high percentage. In this post, I will provide some insight into rapidly purifying CBD to remove THC.

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      Minor Cannabinoid Separation by Reversed-phase Flash Chromatography

      May 17, 2019 at 8:30 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in hemp, purify, cannabinoid, isolate

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      Previously, I have posted on a normal-phase flash chromatography method to separate and isolate CBG from a CBD-rich hemp distillate. CBG is just one of many naturally occurring minor cannabinoids of interest in this fast-growing market.

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