Chief Executive Officer
Eden Labs LLC
Industry’s most respected extraction technology company with over 24 years of experience in co2 and ethanol systems. AC is Chair of NCIA.
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AC Braddock is the CEO of an internationally known and respected extraction technology company that has specialized in supercritical co2 and ethanol systems for 24 years. While Eden Labs serves many industries, in 2009 Ms. Braddock envisioned that the purity of Supercritical CO2 derived products would be a necessity for the legalization of medical applications for cannabis. This vision and years of educational outreach about the methodologies of extraction, industry standards and infrastructure planning helped lay the foundation for an industry based on social justice and health and wellbeing around whole plant product development for the Endocannabinoid system and the Entourage Effect.
Ms. Braddock is a career entrepreneur who has a keen eye for new trends, product placement, business strategy and creating a strong corporate culture and infrastructure for effective growth. In 2010, Ms. Braddock became CEO of Eden and guided the company through 100% year over year growth for 5 years, placing hundreds of systems in businesses and universities around the world.
Eden Labs has been listed as one of the top 10 fastest growing women led companies in Seattle, Washington. Her tireless dedication to her company and those it serves has garnered her a reputation as a thought leader in modern business practice, a unifier across industries, and an inspirational speaker in this emerging industry.
She is Chair of the National Cannabis Industry Association and VP of Washington state’s largest trade org. The Cannabis Alliance, BOD’s. Ms. Braddock is also a founding supporter of three Cannabis Women’s groups, WOW (Women of Weed), The Cannabis Women’s Alliance, Women Grow and is featured in the documentary Women of Weed.
What are the various factors that may affect yield for a CO2 cannabis extraction machine? Can you give any ranges for expected yield for Eden machines?