TGOD says that its cannabis products, including its cannabis oils, are certified organic by ProCert and its growing process is certified organic by both ProCert and Ecocert.
The company received its oils production license in April 2018 and installed a supercritical CO2 extraction system capable of processing organic cannabis oils.
The process is free of toxic solvents and does not require any winterization protocol. The result of the specialized extraction process is a precisely-concentrated, aromatic golden-brown oil that is as close to the original plant composition as can be achieved, according to the company.
TGOD states that its oil extraction facility was built to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) specifications, and work is currently underway for European Union GMP (EU-GMP) certification, which will allow the company to expand distribution of its certified organic cannabis oils beyond Canada to global markets.
Further, the company says that its oils will be as close to the original plant as possible, including terpene profiles to realize entourage effects. The process is easily customizable to create full-spectrum strain-specific oils, as well as oils of varying cannabinoid and terpene concentrations.