Ugh, such nonsense. Removing the terpenes isnt going to get you any more or less "high" but it may deter from the pain killing "entourage effect".
In this manner they made more of a recreational oil. But they are a medical company...
If you just want edibles, its extremely easy, and legal, to make edible oil yourself. Just go slow with it, eat a little a time, and eventually you will find your own dosing. No lab testing needed.
I was recently on hold for an hour waiting to place an order with Mettrum. They told me the wait was because of all the customers trying to order the yellow oil they just released.
I told mettrum I was interested in using their extract machine to make real concentrates and they told me that it would be an "insurance problem".
I said I wasnt interested in edible oil I can easily make myself (I want real concentrates). To my surprise the customer service agent said "I know right?", acknowledging they are hardly doing us a favour making this stuff.
If you just want cheap oil, buy the cheapest LP cannabis ($3-$4/g shake) and cook with it. It will end up being more economical than buying these oils.
You could even use AVB (which is what I do) and your edible oil is essentially free (since you already got medicated by vaping it, and cant vape it further).
The price of edibles at a dispensary is usually extremely cheap too, you get ~2g in a $10 edible from the more trusted companies out there.
In no way does purchasing LP edible oil seem like a good idea to me.
Its overpriced and THC limited.
Its legal and not hard to extract cannabinoids into fat, and the process isnt worth the premium they are charging.
It is legal, hard and expensive to produce nice concentrates, thats why they call the people who make them "artists".
LPs not being able to produce CO2 shatter is nonsense.
Curious how the shake seems to vanish off tweeds menu when the oils come out too. If they are making them with shake, its even more of a rip off in price.