What Are
Cannabis Concentrates
How To Consume

cannabis concentrate in wax form

What Are Concentrates?

Cannabis concentrates are made up of psychoactive compounds such as THC, CBD and all other cannabinoids and terpenes that have been extracted from the cannabis flower.

They offer patients a more direct, economical and faster remedy than flower and come in different variations that can be soncumed in different ways.

Non-Solvent
Extracts

This extraction method involves using water, ice, pressure, and or heat to produce cannabis concentrates. This method will usually result in a much smoother product while maintaining its cannabinoid and terpene profile intact. Non-solvent extraction process is used to produce:

What Is It?

This product is one of the most historical cannabis concentrates known to still be in use today. The process to develop kief involves using filters to extract the trichomes from the cannabis flower which produces a sticky, grainy type of substance.

How To Consume?

Kief can be consumed on it's own although mlst patients prefer to use it as an add on to their flower for an increase in potency.

What Is It?

This product is made using ice, water, and bubble bags to separate unnecessary plant material from the cannabinoid and terpene rich trichomes. This extraction process is one of the safest types of extraction. Bubble hash comes in many different colors and textures, with most high-quality bubble hash featuring a tan or golden color.

How To Consume?

Bubble hash is commonly combined with flower but can also be inhaled using bowls or dab rig.

What Is It?

This concentrate is produced by using heat and pressure. Like the other products in this category it also does not use solvents during the extraction process. Using only heat and pressure helps to keep the end product’s cannabinoid and terpene profile intact. Rosin is considered one of the purest forms of concentrates available.

How To Consume?

Rosin may be smoked in a glass bowl, joint or preferably dabbed using a rig.

Solvent
Extracts

This method of extraction uses chemicals such as butane, CO2, propane, and alcohol to remove the cannabis flower’s unnecessary plant material. The process is designed to preserve the plants most beneficial compounds.

Patients can be assured that solvent based concentrates have been rigorously tested and determined safe by an independent, state approved cannabis testing laboratory as safe and effective treatment. The solvent based process results in the following:

What Is It?

This is one of the most renowned cannabis concentrates on the market. Wax and budder have a wax or hard butter like consistency with extremely high levels of potency. The only difference between wax and budder is moisture content which determines the final product’s texture.

How To Consume?

Wax can be used as a bowl-topper, but it is most effective when dabbed.

What Is It?

This product resembles a more fragile version of the wax concentrate. Crumble is subjected to an extra pressing step in the extraction process which gives it the unique honeycomb look and amber colors it is known for having. Patients will enjoy a strong taste, aroma, and effect when using this product.

How To Consume?

For optimal flavor, we recommend patients dab crumble.

What Is It?

This product features isolated cannabinoids in their pure crystal structure. It not only keeps its cannabinoid structure intact, it also provides the full taste and smell of the plant from which it was extracted. Like some of the previous products, moisture content determines the final product’s texture.

How To Consume?

Only dabbing can bring out the best of sugar products' flavor and purity/

What Is It?

Distillates require heat and specialized vaporizing equipment to produce the finished product that usually tends to be a clear liquid substance. It offers a very pure cannabinoid profile, which is then usually topped with a select terpene profile.

How To Consume?

Distillates come in portable pre-filled cartridges that allow for quick and safe consumption.

What Is It?

CO2 oil provides a much easier and cleaner substance than most others on the market. Since CO2 is a natural substance produced by the human body, it is considered a safe and ideal option for cannabis extraction.

How To Consume?

Commonly found in pre-filled cartridges for a patient to use with their vaporizer.

What Is It?

A highly potent decarboxylated cannabis concentrate with THC levels that can reach 90%. Micro-dosing makes RSO an effective way to combat many different conditions which is why it has become a favorite in the medical community.

How To Consume?

Since RSO is comes decarboxylated it can be either dabbed or consumed orally.

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