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    What are Residual Solvents?

    Residual solvents are volatile chemicals left behind in cannabis extracts after the extraction process. These solvents, such as butane, propane, ethanol, and others, are used to dissolve cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant material during extraction. While essential for extracting cannabinoids and creating concentrated products, residual solvents pose health risks if present in high concentrations in the final product.

    Risk Assessment

    Analyzing residual solvent levels helps assess potential health risks associated with cannabis consumption.


    Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector with confirmation through Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

    Consumer Confidence

    By meeting regulatory standards, businesses instill trust in consumers regarding product quality and safety.

    Industry Integrity

    Upholding compliance with residual solvent regulations contributes to the credibility and integrity of the cannabis industry in Oklahoma.