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High-Terpene Full Spectrum Extract or HTSFE is another concentrate created through hydrocarbon extraction. In contrast to HCFSE, HTFSE emphasized terpene preservation. HTFSE is a term used to identify one of the two parts produced when a full spectrum extract is produced from marijuana flowers and can be isolated in a laboratory setting.

This portion contains more terpenes than HCSFE in cannabis-based extracts. High-terpene full-spectrum extracts are generally composed of approximately 50 percent THCA and, depending on the composition of the starting plant material, from 13 percent to 40 percent terpenes. HTFSE can sometimes be called sauce depending on its general texture. High-terpene full-spectrum extracts (HTFSE) are a full-spectrum extract with a relatively high concentration of terpenes, as the name suggests.

To protect the diverse variety of compounds within the raw cannabis plant, full-spectrum extracts are harvested with that in mind. When talking about cannabis, spectrum if used to describe the full range of compounds developed in the trichome glands of the plant, but not including the negative molecules like fats, waxes, and lipids.

The effects that are produced from cannabis are the outcome of complex cannabinoid, flavonoid, and terpene developments that occur within the glandular trichomes of the plant. Although the most famous cannabinoids, specifically tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), are primarily responsible for the most noteworthy effects of cannabis, terpenes and flavonoids make a significant difference through interacting with cannabinoids synergistically.

Sauce and live resin are common extracts that can be considered full spectrum. Sauce may be a full-spectrum product, but it is not completely confirmed as such because the process of removing the extraction solvent can modify the spectrum of favourable compounds. Additionally, live resin is not known to be a full-spectrum extract, but it typically contains more terpenes from the plant than any other extract.

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This weed actually TASTES good. Must have gone though High-Terpene Full Spectrum Extraction.

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