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Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml
Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml
Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml
Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml
Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30mlCritical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml
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Critical Cannabinoid Mycrene 30ml

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Our Solventless Full Spectrum Oil, supplemented with myrcene, the most common terpene found in cannabis.  Also found in number of herbs such thyme and basil this natural product is also present in mangoes.  It has been shown to have great healing potential as a powerful antibiotic, antimutagenic and an effective analgesic and muscle relaxant. Its signature sedative effects make it an excellent choice for people who suffer from sleep disorders like insomnia. In addition, its anti-inflammatory properties help with relieving pain and bodily discomfort. 

We chose the solventless path for extraction. This means that we strive to ensure the best quality for the end user, no left-over butanepropane or ethanol just the pure extract as nature intended it.    

How do we achieve this? 

Using rosin tech we press the oil from the plant which is then ready for processing into its desired application.

We also understand the value of protecting the consumer that's why each batch that is made is laboratory tested and issued with a certificate of analysis available via email on request. 

What do we have planned for the future?

We have developed a critical CO2 extractor. This is another path to achieving solventless extraction but on a much larger scale.

We test our Full Specrum Drops for the following:

  • Potency Analysis and Profile
  • Microbial Analysis
  • Heavy Metals
  • Residual Solvents 


Critical Extracts products are homeopathic in nature. the products and statements you see on this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. if you are unsure... consult your GP.