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Various levels of CBD and THC in your Cannabis Oils Vary Viscosity

Posted by Grace on May 21, 2019 8:00:00 AM

In Applications, Application Focus, application notes

We recently took two commercially available cannabis oil cartridges used to refill cannabis pens and measured the viscosity. The two main differences were the variation in THC and CBD Oils. Sample 1 had 78% THC and 0.29% CBD content. Sample 2 had 80 % THC and 0% CBD.

By using 50 μL of sample, we were able to do a full temperature sweep from 40 to 70 °C which we were able to see a significant change in viscosity as temperature went from high to low.

To see the data and analyze the results, download the application note!
Cannabis Application Note with VROC initium