Cannabis Concentrates

A cannabis concentrate is a highly potent tetra-hydrocannabinol. And/or cannabidiol concentrated mass. Non-active forms of concentrate need to be heat. SO as to experience their effects. You’ve probably noticed the tiny hairs. That cover the cannabis plant. Giving it a crystal-like sheen and sticky feel. These glandular hairs. Or trichomes, produce and hold the plant’s cannabinoids and terpenes. Cannabis concentrates isolate. And accumulate these compounds. From the plant’s trichome glands. In other words, concentrates are pack with everything users love about cannabis. They’re guarantee to be more potent than flower, thus accounting for their rapid rise in popularity.

Types of Concentrates | Buy cannabis concentrates online

As any cannabis connoisseur knows, once you start finding new concentrates, you just don’t want to stop exploring. Because of that, there are quite a few different types to discuss.

  • Shatter — this brittle, glass-like concentrate is made by processing cannabis with a hydrocarbon solvent. High in both terpenes and cannabinoids, the most popular way to enjoy shatter is with a dab rig or a vape pen.
  • Batter — a soft, creamy concentrate that’s high in terpene flavor and potent to boot. Batter is a versatile type of cannabis concentrate which is also made with our hydrocarbon process. Most people choose to dab batter, but you can also vape it, or sprinkle it on top of a bowl for extra enhancement and flavor.
  • Wax — Cannabis wax is  having the same consistency has candle wax, and it’s rich in terpenes and cannabinoids after the solvent extraction process. Wax is best for dabbing or vaping.
  • Dry Sift Kief — when you remove resin glands from cannabis and sift them through fine screens, kief is what’s left; this concentrate can be sprinkle into a bowl, blunt, or joint.

How do you make concentrated edibles?

Put your wax, shatter, crumble, or budder on the center of your parchment lined baking sheet. Place in the oven and bake for about 20-25 minutes. You will want to watch your concentrate very closely and make sure it doesn’t overcook. Once it melts down and starts to really bubble, you know it is ready.


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