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  • 12 JAN2015
    Is Cannabis Extraction the Future of a Multi-Billion Dollar Industry?
    Angela Bacca / Smell the Truth

    With one year of legal adult use cannabis sales in Colorado and an additional four states and Washington D.C. voting to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, headlines have prompted increasingly bigger waves of investment in the semi-legal industry. Read more...

  • 02 JAN2015
    Ryan Abernathy/ Dope Magazine

    With more states adding medical marijuana to the law books, there is an increased focus on maximizing the medicinal effects of cannabis. Read more...

  • 14-16 NOV2014
    Cannabis Grand Cru
    Aspen, CO — November 14-16, 2014

    Ryan Abernathy is co-founder of X-tracted Laboratories and X-Tracted Laboratories 502. Read more...

  • 08 SEPT2014
    Michael Condon Jr. / Dope Magazine

    The rage boils on. Concentrates, waxes…They look like lip balms apparently to inexperienced journalists in the Southern regions of the U.S. but here in Washington they are the hottest market around. Read more...

  • 09 apr2014
    Bailey Rahn / Leafly
    Last week, we recruited the help of X-Tracted Labs to debunk popular myths about what good hash oil looks like. Read more...
  • 02 apr2014
    Bailey Rahn / Leafly
    One of the most exciting developments to come from the union of cannabis technology is hash oil, a highly potent form of marijuana that can deliver therapeutic compounds patients need without involving combusted plant material. Read more...
  • 02 apr2014
    Drake Dorm / MedicalJane
    There is no shortage of concentrate makers, although the level of quality can differ greatly. There are a few reasons for this difference, but the best concentrates often have a way of making themselves obvious. Read more...
  • 14 jul2013
    Gene Johnson / Associated Press
    Jim Andersen has a 40-year history with hashish, the concentrated cannabis sometimes referred to as the cognac of the marijuana world. When he served in the Air Force in Southeast Asia, he said he smuggled it home in his boots. Read more...
  • 02 may2013
    Wes Abney / Northwest Leaf
    Ounce for ounce, the highest-end Cannabis concentrates are surpassing the value of gold. No, really. A gram of concentrate can fetch about $60, while the same amount of lowly old gold bars would cost you only $47.36 as of press time. Read more...