WELCOME TO AVANI BOTANICALS
When it comes to your health you should never have to sacrifice quality because of inflated prices. We have the best price per milligram in the CBD industry and we will price match any competitor in the USA.
Our mission is to offer our customers the highest quality hemp extract products (CBD) at the most affordable prices. We are also actively involved in funding The Michael Seyglinski Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by the owners of the Avani brand. This foundation is focused on spreading early awareness about drug and alcohol addiction and educating the youth in our country because the best way to combat addiction is to never start and “Just Say No”
WHAT SEPARATES OUR PRODUCTS FROM THE REST?
Cannabis oil distillates are arguably the future of cannabis concentrates. With unmatched purity and sheer versatility, distillate oils provide a clean and potent product with limitless application potential. Our proprietary extraction process uses the entire plant for a TRUE full spectrum oil, containing all of the cannabinoids and terpenes naturally found in medical cannabis.
When it comes to creating a CBD distillate, cannabinoids, terpenes, and ﬂavonoids are pulled from the vegetative material of the cannabis plant together though various extraction processes. In order to distill these compounds into their purest form, additional layers of reﬁnement must be executed. This process is known as “fractional” or “short path distillation.” These processes can produce single compound oils that can reach upwards of 99% purity.
In order to isolate compounds such as CBD into a pure and viscous oil, there are multiple layers of reﬁnement that must ﬁrst occur. Given that THC as well as other cannabinoids and terpenes are volatile and have varying boiling points, they must ﬁrst be separated from the cannabis plant via hydrocarbon or CO2 solvent-based extraction techniques. This process removes the valuable and volatile compounds from the plant itself, while many lipids and other compounds remain. This necessitates further reﬁnement through a process called winterization, whereby a solvent such as ethanol is used in order to remove these undesirable compounds.