Last week I sent out a survey to subscribers on the HempHacker email list. The goal was to find what content interests readers the most. The numbers and comments speak for themselves. Overall, everyone loves actionable content, but they would also like to see more blog posts about what’s going on at HempHacker.
The people’s choice is extraction content. If the people will have it, it shall be done. However, I am looking for an experienced writer and cannabis alchemist to join the HempHacker team to write for the crowd. My time is being placed mostly on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) consulting lately, and I haven’t been able to focus on extraction content.
I received some very helpful constructive criticism, which I greatly appreciate. It helps me understand how I could do my job better. It’s slightly difficult to scale it for all situations since there are different variables for each system, but I understand the need for specific parameters in doing extractions. I will work to improve this.
64% want more extraction content
- New extraction techniques on the market
- Wiped film evaporation
- Short path distillation
- Specific parameters for supercritical extractions – i.e. useable parameters
- Amounts to be extracted
- Solvents used
- Solventless extractions
- SFE vs BHO comparisons
36% want more GMP Cannabis related content
- How to establish GMP systems in your facility
- GMP Training
- Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
- Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) Practices
While I understand the majority want to see more extraction content, GMP consulting pays the bills, and is my primary focus. I really hope that the GMP Cannabis content will also be useful to people doing extractions. It is the definite future of the industry, and I would like to help everyone learn the practices before the FDA regulates the production and processing of cannabis and its extracts.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey. Your feedback is very useful to me. As usual, you have an open line of communication to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.