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We Offer Something for Everyone.

Extractioneering uses only the best dried and cured cannabis material and extracts the full complement of cannabis biomolecules. The better the material, the better the result. We only retail the best of all our extractions and pass along the ‘headies’ for our customers to enjoy.


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Every single package we release has the test results with batch size available right on the box and on the jar so you can easily access what our extracts are all about. The flavor profile along with the make-up of the extract itself. Check for your preferred terpene ratios and look at a photo of the product before you make the purchase. 


about us

Extractioneering is a biotechnological cannabis company having over 25 years of experience in both science and cannabis. Fundamental understanding of plant biochemistry and the trials of plant nucleic acid extractions gave tremendous insight into capturing and then balancing oleoresin extracts. We surround ourselves with dedicated, professional, and passionate cannabis enthusiasts. We are proud consumers and our CEO personally evaluates every retail product batch prior to sale.

We aim to develop new standards of quality for cannabis products.

- Daniel M. Hayden PhD

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Our product is a cannabis solvent extraction that is performed using a mixed hydrocarbon solvent in conjunction with CO2 as a Cosolvent which captures greater oleoresin complexity than extractions performed with butane or CO2 extractions alone. The CO2 buffers all molecules so they don’t polymerize during the solvent process. This buffer allows for efficient precipitation of waxes during winterization and the subsequent vacuum oven removal of residual solvents while preserving the precise flavors and smells from a native, single solvent extract.

Upon completion of residual solvent removal, the oleoresin is free to relax and release CO2 while forming crystalline THCa.  This process includes crystal size, formation, and also the amount of time required is unique to each cannabis batch. 

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