Solventless Dry Ice Kief Extraction Tutorial

<p></p> <p>The primary goal of any extraction method is to separate the cannabinoid-rich resin of the cannabis plant from the inert plant matter. In the dry ice kief separation process, dry CO2 literally freezes the resin glands on the plant, making them easy to shake loose from foliage. These frozen glands fall through my 160 and 220-micron mesh bags and are collected in my container below. As with any kief or concentrate, that final product is contingent on the original buds. Resinous buds make the best kief. Lower-quality leaf and buds make lower-quality kief. The final product can be of many grades, but the first few shakes will always yield the highest quality. These smaller sieves (120, 160, etc.) let less green matter through. Larger mesh (200, 220, etc.) lets a lot through! I used Cream Caramel Autoflower that I grew from seed indoors. As you can see my product started out light golden but got greener every time I did another run. If you liked this video make sure to subscribe for more weekly content. For more up close photos of my plants, kief, and grow process follow me on my Instagram. Thanks for watching!</p>