Super C Extractor Lets You Make High-Grade Cannabis Oil At Home

The Super C Extractor is a serious game changer that lets you make high-grade cannabis oil right at home. With the Super C Extractor, the folks at OCO Labs have found a way to bring all the technology of a large scale extraction operation and shrink it down into a single machine that’s perfect for at-home use.

Here’s how it works:

Simply hook up the extraction machine to a standard CO2 tank. Then load the machine’s canister with up to an ounce of plant matter.

Once the canister is reattached to the machine, turn the whole thing on and open the valve on the CO2 tank.

As soon as the device hits the desired pressure and temperature, open the release valve and let it slowly depressurize.

From there, sit back and watch as the Super C Extractor spits out chunks of CO2 ice crystals. These little chunks of ice are frozen droplets of pure, high-grade, super concentrated oil.

As soon as the crystals melt, you’ve got your liquid concentrate.

You can use the Super C Extractor to make pretty much any essential oil you want. But for those interested in using cannabis oils or other types of cannabis concentrates, this machine can be a real game changer.

The entire process typically takes between 60 and 90 minutes to complete. And the simple, user-friendly design makes it ultra easy to operate the Super C Extractor.

You can now make your concentrates however and whenever you need to.

This could be immense news for anybody who regularly uses cannabis oils or concentrates, in particular for medical cannabis patients.

Super C Extractor in action:

Cannabis oil has long been used as both a health supplement and as a way to treat a variety of health conditions.

According to the National Cancer Institute, cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes for at least 3,000 years. And although it’s been outlawed virtually everywhere in the world, there is a growing body of scientific evidence suggesting that it could have enormous health benefits—especially when it comes to treating cancer.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) cited some studies when it updated its fact sheet for medical marijuana last year.

According to the NIDA, “recent animal studies have shown that marijuana extracts may help kill certain cancer cells and reduce the size of others.”

“Evidence from one cell culture study suggests that purified extracts from whole-plant cannabis can slow the growth of cancer cells from one of the most dangerous types of brain tumors.”

And tons of personal anecdotes back up what science is starting to discover.

As just one example, take a look at this video of cannabis oil being used to treat a woman’s skin cancer:

" Nick Lindsey : Nick is a Green Rush Daily writer reporting on all things cannabis. He currently lives in New York City.."