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zerrl710:

dewaxed:

zerrl710:

dewaxed:

Dewaxed 707 Headband. That liquid shine you see over the oil is terpene seperation. So bomb.

I am really curious about that last part. Can you explain “terpene seperation?”

 Terpenes will naturally stick together and seperate from cannabinoids if there’s high enough terpene content. This specific oil tested around 28% terpenes through Analytical 360. So technically if Math holds it’s end, 1 gram of this Oil Pictured above = .28grams terpenes. Hope this helps.

I understand the concept of terpenes and their ratio in concentrates, but can you explain how the “liquid shine” from this pictures translates to “terpene seperation?”

So what shape does this gather of terpenes take? More specifically, are you saying the terpenes are on the outer surface of the concentrate? and the cannabanoids are not? Really curious!

More like the grainy sections were in contact with the parchment paper and the shinier “wet” looking sections were not and over time smoothed out. My slabs do this all the time, jar it!

The shine is not from pressed parchment, as I am 100% aware of how parchment makes my oil look. I’m sure you have noticed this “natural seperation” take effect, and I’m sure curing your oils in jars will allow time for the cannabinoids and terpenes to combine. Terpenes are alcohol based, which means they can ferment. Do a top shelf nug run of some material that’s been curing for a few months and you will notice. We are all still learning here.

I am STILL unsure of what you are actually saying about “terpene separation” and the shine of the oil. I have kept top shelf nug run shatters, pull-n-snaps, and saps in parchment and jars for long periods of time and have never seen anything which I would describe as separation or combining. Can you provide a picture of what you are talking about? This oil in the picture looks like typical pull-n-snap to me…

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dewaxed:

zerrl710:

dewaxed:

Dewaxed 707 Headband. That liquid shine you see over the oil is terpene seperation. So bomb.

I am really curious about that last part. Can you explain “terpene seperation?”

 Terpenes will naturally stick together and seperate from cannabinoids if there’s high enough terpene content. This specific oil tested around 28% terpenes through Analytical 360. So technically if Math holds it’s end, 1 gram of this Oil Pictured above = .28grams terpenes. Hope this helps.

I understand the concept of terpenes and their ratio in concentrates, but can you explain how the “liquid shine” from this pictures translates to “terpene seperation?”

So what shape does this gather of terpenes take? More specifically, are you saying the terpenes are on the outer surface of the concentrate? and the cannabanoids are not? Really curious!