NYC Diesel CO2 Oil Information
This NYC Diesel CO2 Oil is a masterful balance of both flavour and function. This NYC Diesel is the child of longtime favourite Sour Diesel. This Sativa dominant hybrid (60% Sativa / 40% Indica) boasts a decent cannabinoid range of upwards of 21% THC and 1% CBD, making it an excellent pain reliever with a delicious taste. The effects are mainly Sativa dominant from the Sour Diesel lineage, offering enhanced energy and sociability. The high is very cerebral at first, taking hold of your mind with creative energy. Over time your muscles will relax and give way to a nice body high that compliments the rest of the experience. In other words, NYC Diesel allows you to experience the relaxation of an indica while offering the peppy head buzz of a Sativa.
Gelato CO2 Oil Effects
It helps relieve: low appetite/ eating disorders, depression, insomnia, pain, muscle spasticity, muscle aches, glaucoma, nausea, anxiety and stress.
NYC Diesel CO2 Oil by Daily is a dream of the earth-conscious cannabis extract experts at Daily Extracts. They have a documented passion for making use of the most effective ingredients nature has to offer. Daily combines potent, naturally occurring antioxidants, botanicals and vitamins with cannabis extraction expertise. As a result, you get an environmentally conscious product of the highest possible quality. Daily’s main agenda is to be completely open about the ingredients that go into their products. They proudly post ass of their ingredients and lab results often to ensure full transparency with their consumers.
What is CO2 Oil?
CO2 oil is the name used to refer to any cannabis concentrate that is made using Carbon Dioxide as a solvent. As a result, CO2 oil can refer to several specific types of cannabis concentrates. As long as you use CO2 during the extraction process, the final product can be called CO2 oil. Similarly, this includes CO2 hemp extracts, which use hemp plants to extract CBD oils.
What are Concentrates?
Concentrates are made by either isolating or extracting cannabinoids and terpenes from Cannabis Flower. There are many different methods for isolation and extraction. However, the process generally uses a combination of pressure and solvents to separate the active ingredients. As a result, you end up with a substance rich in cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids but free of biomass (organic vegetation), like the CO2 Oil by Daily.
You have no doubt seen the tiny hairs that cover the Cannabis plant before. They give it a crystal-like shine and are generally quite sticky. These tiny hairs are actually Trichomes. They are tiny glands responsible for producing cannabinoids and terpenes. Concentrates isolate these compounds and concentrate them, providing a higher potency and fuller flavour. In fact, Concentrates can reach a potency of up to 95% THC and higher. In addition, they also pack in an array of flavours and effects from a high terpene profile.