Glossary Terms

What it Looks Like Definition

HTFSE: High Terpene Full Spectrum Extract. This is Extractioneering's liquid extract, that has 55% THC/a and greater than 13% terpenes. We have seen up to 40% terpenes with a native extraction. Although a higher concentration is possible, it's generally the case that higher than 40% is unpleasant, and tipping the balance of natural chemistry. 50% Cannabinoids, 20-30% Terpenes, and 20-30% other trichrome cannabis bio-molecules is the optimal mix. HTFSE is a virgin run mixed hydrocarbon solvent extract, skillfully matured into a liquid THCa oleoresin, as you would find in a living and metabolizing cannabis trichome. Our HTFSE is the bulk of the extraction equation, concentrating all therapeutic bio-molecules from the trichome, while eliminating the potential impurities.

HCFSE:  High Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract. This extract is in the sugared form, where THC/a percentages can reach the mid 90s. There is always an HTFSE component to sugars, typically greater than 25% HTFSE.

EXTSE:  EXtractioneering True Spectrum Extract  This is a virgin run mixed hydrocarbon solvent extract, skillfully matured into equal parts liquid THCa oleoresin and sugared THCa crystalline. Our EXTSE is as true a representation of optimally cured cannabis oleoresin as can be found in a concentrated cannabis extract, minus the impurities of course. EXTSE is equal parts HTFSE and HCFSE. Our Full Spectrum extractions capture it all, and the true spectrum EXTSE evens it all out.

Pulp: High-Concentration THCa  This characteristic of Pulp gives it a great kick for after-work dabbing. It also enjoys the distinction of being apart of the Full Spectrum family of extracts, which means you get access to the entourage effect usually devoid in most cannabis products, especially ones that have high THCA, above 90% of inactive THC.

5150IES: This newer product is a mixture of our High Terpene Full Spectrum Extract as well as our Amber, which gives it a full body flavor as well as the strength of our Amber Distillate. Made with a 1:1 Ratio of Distillate and The Liquid HTFSE.

Distillate:  Activated THC. Our THC distillate has a high THC content, and generally no contaminants above 90% concentration. Our Distillate comes with or without added natural terpenes or Special Flavorings in a in a variety of crowd pleasing flavors.

CBD Oil: Cannabidiol  This is non-psychoactive and does not create a high, because it lacks THC. CBD is a natural component of industrial cannabis or hemp. CBD from Cannabis is feasible only by using plant material that has less than 0.3% THC. CBD from Hemp can be made from (*is made from*) the flowers, leaves and stalks of hemp.Hemp oil from Seeds do not contain CBD.


Item Definition
Tinctures: A tincture is a concentrated extract made by soaking herbs in very strong alcohol for long periods of time. A Hemp tincture, however is made by combining natural hemp oil with alcohol or another solvent. Tinctures are administered by placing a few drops of the liquid under the tongue. Only a small amount is needed for a dose because Tinctures are so highly concentrated. This method of administering Hemp appeals to people who want the fastest way to take Hemp and feel its effects quickly.

Edibles are all types of food containing Hemp , and can include gummies or chews, hard candies, chocolate, cookies, and even beverages. Edibles are popular among customers who like to take their Hemp in the form of a tasty treat. Since edibles are food products, they're subject to additional regulations that vary by state. These include food safety regulations as well as packaging requirements like childproof containers.


Hemp Capsules are just like any other gelatin capsule or soft gel; they're a fast, convenient way to administer a dose of ingredients, typically Hemp. Capsules are quicker to use than tinctures and isolates, and are often favored by customers who wish to avoid edibles, or just want to take Hemp in a familiar way. Many people are accustomed to taking multivitamins or medications in capsule form, so capsules are often a natural starting point for customers new to Hemp.


Vaporizers and Vape Concentrates: Inhalation is a popular method for Hemp delivery because, much like with tinctures, the Hemp is absorbed directly into the bloodstream and so provides immediate effects. Hemp concentrates can be vaped similarly to nicotine e-liquids.


Topical Formulations: A Hemp topical formulation is a cream, salve, lotion, massage oil, gel or other preparation, made to be applied to the skin. These products can be applied directly to inflamed or painful areas, similar to other pain relief ointments. They also provide an alternative for customers who don't like to take Hemp orally. These treatments can also include other ingredients like menthol, to provide a cooling sensation.


Hemp for Pets: Hemp has been shown to have similar beneficial effects on animals as it has on humans, so it's popular with people who have pets that suffer from pain or anxiety — even for customers who don't use Hemp themselves. Since animals can have much more sensitive systems than humans, Hemp oils for pets should be specially formulated to ensure safety. Hemp for pets can come in flavors like fish and bacon, to make it more appealing to cats and dogs.


The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved any of the following for medicinal use. It is sold as a supplement only and should not replace any prescribed course of treatment. If you choose to use this essential oil, the FDA does not monitor these products. There may be concerns about purity, safety, or quality. Only purchase essential oils from reputable companies. Discuss any use of essential oils, herbs, or supplements with your doctor if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

Ingredient Benefits

Calendula: oil is a natural oil extracted from marigold flowers. It’s often used as a complementary or alternative treatment. Calendula oil may have antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that might make it useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, and relieving diaper rash. It’s also used as an antiseptic. Calendula oil might accelerate wound healing. Some people use calendula oil to treat acne.

Cayenne: The Capsicum in cayenne pepper offers a variety of benefits. It boosts metabolism and heart health, and even clears congestion. Cayenne pepper is also known to relieve joint pains and other inflammatory conditions. Though we have less research on this, some reports promote the benefits of cayenne pepper for ones' skin and hair. It can soothe skin redness (due to its anti-inflammatory properties) and can also aid in repairing skin discoloration.

Cayenne pepper can cause irritation in certain people. This can include skin irritation, irritation of the eyes, stomach, throat and nose. In general, never apply the pepper to broken or injured skin.

Coconut: oil contains the (12-carbon) lauric acid, comprising about 50% of its fatty acids. When lauric acid is digested, it also forms a substance called monolaurin. Both lauric acid and monolaurin can kill harmful pathogens like bacteria, viruses and fungi. For example, these substances have been shown to help kill the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (a very dangerous pathogen) and the yeast Candida albicans (a common source of yeast infections in humans). Studies on individuals with dry skin show that coconut oil can improve the skins' moisture content. It can also reduce symptoms of eczema. Coconut oil can also protect against hair damage, and one study shows effectiveness as a weak sunscreen, blocking about 20% of the suns' ultraviolet rays.

Cypress: This powerful plant is valued for its ability to fight infections, aid the respiratory system, remove toxins from the body, and work as a stimulant that relieves nervousness and anxiety. It also heals wounds and infections, treats cramps, is a natural deodorant, tightens skin and muscles, eliminates odor and can treat certain respiratory conditions.

Ginger: Scientific analysis shows that ginger contains hundreds of compounds and metabolites, some of which may contribute to health and healing. Of these, the gingerols and shogaols have been most extensively researched. It contains around 40 antioxidant properties that prevent free radical damage and protect against aging. In addition, ginger can reduce the appearance of hypo-pigmented scars, increase circulation, soothe burns and blisters and can help reverse sun damage.

Honey: has a variety of antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Modern medical science has managed to find uses for honey in chronic wound management and for combating infection. It can be mixed with other remedies and consumed or rubbed onto the skin. Practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine have used honey as a remedy for many ailments: stress, weakness, sleep disturbance, vision problems, bad breath, cough, stomach ulcers, diarrhea, vomiting, high blood pressure, hangover relief, eczema, dermatitis, burns, cuts, wounds and arthritis.

Honey should never be given to young infants as it can cause botulism, a rare but severe type of food poisoning.

Lavender: oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Some studies suggest that consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach and abdominal swelling. In addition to helping with digestive problems, lavender is used to help relieve pain from headaches, sprains, toothaches, and sores. It can also be used to prevent hair loss.

Lime: Dermatologists love vitamin C for its positive effect on the production of collagen, a protein that helps prevent skin from wrinkling and is often broken down by exposure to the sun and pollution. The juice of limes and lemons can also be used as a natural remedy for acne because of their astringent and antibacterial properties, which can exfoliate the skin and prevent pores from getting clogged. The vitamin C in limes can boost your immune system, thus reducing the duration of your cold. Studies have shown that limes can have the same effects on influenza as well.

Mango: Made from the seeds of the mango, this creamy mango seed butter is full of antioxidants that deeply moisturize your skin and leave your skin glowing. It also boasts skin cell repair due to antioxidants which defend skin against damage caused by free radicals. Mangiferin, found in the seeds, skin and kernels of the mango is a powerful antioxidant. This antioxidant helps to ease the inflammation produced by acne and other inflammatory skin conditions.

Peppermint benefits

Peppermint: Menthol gives peppermint its cooling properties and recognizably minty scent. As peppermint acts as a muscle relaxant and pain reliever, it may diminish certain types of headaches. In addition to its pleasant smell, peppermint has antibacterial properties that help kill germs that cause dental plaque — which may improve your breath. Peppermint has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Because of this, peppermint tea may fight clogged sinuses due to infections, the common cold and allergies. Peppermint tea may improve energy levels and reduce daytime fatigue. Because peppermint acts as a muscle relaxant, it may relieve menstrual cramps. And peppermint oil has been shown to effectively kill bacteria.

Turmeric: Recently, science has started to back up what India has known for a long time — turmeric really does contain compounds with medicinal properties. These compounds are called curcuminoids, the most important of which is curcumin. Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory compound. Turmeric dramatically increases the antioxidant capacity of the body. Curcumin also boosts brain-derived neurotrophic factor, linked to improved brain function and a lower risk of brain diseases. Curcumin may also be useful in preventing and treating Alzheimer's disease.

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