Industrial Hemp CBD Processing

Indiana's #1 Rated Extraction Facility


located in the heart of indianapolis indiana, just north in Westfield IN.  Our state of the art, CO2 Extraction & Processing Facility is just off of Highway 31. 

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NXT Labs was Indiana's first vertically integrated & fully licensed Hemp Processing Company


NXT Labs specializes in manufacturing, processing and distribution

of hemp derived products. Find out how NXT Labs can help you with

all your CBD needs.

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CO2 Solvent Extraction Process
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Extraction 

CO2 Enters the machine in a precisely monitored state (subcritical or supercritical), programmed in accordance with your the stats shown by your biomass' certificate(s) of analysis (COAs) - this "COA" tells staff at NXT Labs what parameters are specific to your biomass and allows us to control the output performance for your CBD oil. 


Solvent Density 
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Extraction 
CO2 enters our equipment in a highly controlled atmosphere, loaded from the top of the solvent canister, the CO2 gently washed the Hemp Biomass, releasing the phytocannabinoids from the botanical and non-desired compounds based upon solvent density.  Controlling the time, temperature and pressure allows NXT Labs to precisely calculate the specific needs of your Hemp in order to extract the most beneficial Cannabinoid oil profile for your team. 

NXT Labs Extraction

Indiana's #1 Rated Industrial Hemp CO2 extraction facility,

located in the heart of Indiana Hemp Country. 

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Formulation Ready Distillate Level Extracts 



CO2 extraction produces the cleanest, ultra-concentrated, phytocannabinoid-rich, full-spectrum extract. One of the greatest differentiating powers of Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) and subcritical fluid extraction with carbon dioxide (CO2) is the tunable selectivity of the extraction workflow. This allows for NXT Labs extractors to selectively target cannabinoids while avoiding other polar and non-polar elements of the cannabis plant like sugars, chlorophylls, waxes, fats/lipids, and pesticides (that are water-soluble).


Ethanol Extraction cannot selectively target cannabinoids or other polar and non-polar molecules and acts as an aggressive solvent.






Why CO2 Extraction?



When a cannabis product degrades over time due to the chemical breakdown of molecular bonds, extractions lose their potency and cannabinoids isomerize. Under certain conditions, like air oxidation, products will isomerize into other cannabinoids. The same rule applies to terpene potency as well. That means your product may not function, smell, or taste as expected when stored improperly or beyond its recommended shelf life.