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With a heightened importance placed on clean and pure concentrate production, many processors are now making sure to remove any undesired plant lipids and waxes from their final products. Doing so allows for clean dabbing with unadulterated flavor and cleanliness.

Currently, there are several ways to remove these unwanted materials from a product, with the most popular being de-waxing and winterization. Both processes have their pros and cons and each, if done correctly, will yield a quality end product. But is one better than the other? Let’s dive a little deeper to find out.

Why Remove Waxes and Lipids?

Before we can delve further into the methods of removing waxes and lipids, we must first understand why it’s so important to rid them from our concentrates. To put it into perspective, let’s use a common example.

You’ve just purchased a gram of concentrate from your favorite dispensary

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