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Some Frequently Asked Questions

What is a marijuana concentrate and how do I consume it?
Marijuana concentrates, available in many forms such as Live Resin, Rosin, and Pure Distillate, is an expertly extracted version of cannabis derived originally from high quality bud strains, usually AAA or Quads. There are many ways to add concentrates to your regular consumption of weed, or even to ingest it on its own. Most users who pack their own pre-rolls like to mix a bit of concentrate into their joint, adding minimal impact to the size but drastically increasing potency. Other usages include smoking directly, such as pulling from a nail or dab rig.
Of all the options available, between Shatter, Pure Distillate, and the newer options such as THC Sugar and Diamonds, it’s hard to pick out one single concentrate to crown as the best option of the batch. While Pure Distillate has the longest track record of being the go-to choice for dabbers and pre-roll veterans, newer options like THC Diamonds have refined the process so much to almost achieve 100% THC purity, skyrocketing the potency level we previously had thought was already maxed out.
THC Diamonds are an extract of high quality cannabis packing up to 99.9% THC purity. This makes THC Diamonds the undisputed #1 most potent concentrate available in the Canadian market, only comparable to Sugar and some select strains of Shatter. THC Diamonds earn its name from the intense crystallization process that needs to occur to achieve this pure state of THC, yielding a substance shining like little diamonds to the naked eye.
THC Sugar is another form of concentrate, achieving incredibly high potency only outmatched by Diamonds. Sugar is categorized by a sticky, liquid consistency unlike Live Resin or Shatter. The specialty with Sugar is its high levels of terpene, giving them an incredibly robust flavour profile depending on the strain. Made by stripping cannabis plants of any oil or trichomes with a solvent, Sugar is a “winterized” substance with all fats and lipids removed, resulting in a yellow or amber colour indicating its high potency.
If you have never tried concentrate before, we recommend starting with shatter. It is potent, easy to break into small dabs, and great for smoking or vaping.

The World Of Concentrates

Even though most concentrates today are produced using modern technologies and extraction methods, they have a very extensive and established history. The first known uses of concentrated cannabis can be dated back to 10,000 B.C. in the Steppe Mountains of China. 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 concentrate use on the rise, certain strains of cannabis are getting more popular for wax extraction. These strains are chosen for high THC levels as well as terpene and trichome content.

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.

Top Concentrate Terms to Know

If you’re looking to purchase concentrates, here are some terms that you should be familiar with:

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.

More Concentrate Terms to Learn

Oil – A broad term that refers to many different cannabis concentrates. It implies a runny, oil-like consistency, but cannabis oil has become a ubiquitous term that describes extracts of many forms and consistencies.
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.

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