High-Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract (HCFSE)

Last Updated: January 30, 2019

Definition - What does High-Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract (HCFSE) mean?

High-cannabinoid full spectrum extract (HCFSE) is a hash oil product that features exceptional flavors and aromas, creating a complex combination that titillates all the senses.

Extraction artists who create high-cannabinoid full spectrum extracts work to achieve a product that retains all of the taste and strength of the plant. The completed product will contain high cannabinoid levels, and exceptional terpenes, flavonoids, phenolic amides, and sterols.

MaximumYield explains High-Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract (HCFSE)

High-cannabinoid full spectrum extract is a top-shelf product that is favored by true cannabis connoisseurs. It usually appears in a crystallized form. The terpene profile of the product often exceeds 20 per cent.

Generally, HCFSE will also have a higher tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of around 55 per cent, but in sugared form, the THC of HCFSE can reach 90 per cent or greater. The cannabinoid levels hover at 20-30 per cent.

HCFSE also features trichomes of 20-30 per cent. High-cannabinoid full spectrum extract is solvent free and pure.

The extract goes through intense dewaxing to remove any solvent residue. It is also vacuum-purged further to create an optimally clean product with ample THC crystals. Ideally, all of the user's senses should be able to distinguish and enjoy the unique aspects of the cannabis concentrate.

This definition was written in the context of Cannabis
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