The World Of Concentrates
Popularity and demand for concentrates have increased dramatically with the legalization of marijuana. This exponential growth in consumer interest has refined concentrate extraction methods to innovative heights, which is why so many new and exciting forms of concentrates are emerging. Concentrates are a great option for seasoned cannabis consumers looking to increase the intensity of their high, as well as flavour connoisseurs seeking to taste the most exquisite terpene profiles. Medical marijuana patients in need of relief also turn to concentrates for a direct, economical and fast-acting solution to their ailments.
Bud Lab Concentrates
With a Canada wide marketplace, Bud Lab delivers high quality concentrates and top-of-the-line accessories, leaving satisfied customers coughing in its wake from coast to coast. All Bud Lab products are lab tested for THC & CBD percentages and include a full product description that covers aromas, flavours, effects, strain genetics and parenthood, creating a highly personalized purchasing experience where little is left to chance with the customers getting exactly what they are looking for.
A Few Terms to Know
Concentrate – Broadly refers to any cannabis product that concentrates cannabis compounds from raw plant material.
CO2 Oil – A type of cannabis oil that uses pressure and CO2 to extract essential compounds like THC, CBD, and terpenes from the plant.
Crumble – Refers to extracts that take on a soft, crumbly texture.
Dab – “Dabbing” refers to the method of flash vaporization in which oils are applied to a hot surface and inhaled (see also: dab rig, nail). “Dabs” can refer to any extract used for dabbing.
Honeycomb – Refers to extracts that take on a soft, honeycomb-like texture.
Nail – A nail refers to the metal, glass, or ceramic spike attached to a water pipe. Dabs are applied to the nail once it’s been heated.
A Few More Terms to Know
Pull-and-Snap – Refers to extracts that take on a taffy-like consistency that may “snap” when bent.
Purge – Refers to the process of removing solvents during extraction. (Note: high levels of residual solvents can be unsafe for consumption, so make sure the product you’re purchasing has been lab tested).
Rosin – A solvent-less extract that uses heat and pressure to concentrate essential cannabis compounds.
Shatter – Refers to extracts that take on a transparent glass-like consistency.
Wax – Refers to extracts that take on a soft, waxy consistency.