Concentrates are very strong masses of cannabinoid and terpene-rich cannabis resins that have been concentrated to a great degree. Concentrated cannabis often contains significant levels of either tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or cannabidiol (CBD) (CBD). Marijuana concentrates often have very high concentrations of the psychoactive cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which may be up to four times greater than the THC content of premium bud.
Concentrates are often sold in compact circular containers that are similar in appearance to lip balm containers. On the other hand, some cannabis concentrates are sold in packages that resemble flattened plastic bags. The consistency of the concentrate dictates the different packing options. The procedure that was used to extract the concentrate will determine the consistency of the concentrate as well as the component profile.
There are more than eight types of concentrates, including Distillate, Shatter, Rosin, Budder, Crumble, Sugar, Sauce, Dry Sift/Kief, and etc. Check out different types of concentrates and their textures below.
Flavorless, odorless, and terpene-free cannabis oil that has undergone extensive purification processes.
Heat-whipped concentrates make cake-batter texture.
A solvent-made, transparent, golden-to-amber concentration.
Dried oil with a honeycomb like consistency.
Isolated cannabinoids in their pure crystal structure.
Flower is broken down and filtered, with the trichome glands remaining intact. Kief is another name for the final product.
End product of cannabis being squeezed under heat and pressure.
The trichomes are extracted in their whole using ice and mesh filters to create a paste.
Post time: Aug-31-2023