The use of marijuana has been on the rise in the past few years. Tons of research have helped people understand the various benefits offered by this psychoactive plant, not only for your mental health but for your physical health as well.
Cannabis has now been legalized in many places, not only for medicinal use but for recreational purposes as well. Canada has made weed completely legal as well.
There are so many ways of consuming this plant that many people aren’t even aware of the variety of options available to them. One of the most preferred ways of smoking cannabis is in the form of concentrates. There are quite a few kinds of concentrates, and so we have put together a short guide so that you are well-informed.
You might have heard the word shatter being tossed around a lot lately in conversations about concentrates. This is by far one of the most popular forms of concentrates that are out there. This has a glass-like consistency, which shatters and does not bend. It is easier to handle and smoke than wax, which can be quite sticky. Most people prefer buying and storing this in parchment paper so that it does not stick and go to waste.
Oil or honey oil is named so due to its amber-like color. The raw marijuana that we usually smoke has around 20% THC. This is enough THC to make you feel blazed out of your mind. But, if you take that same cannabis and turn it into honey oil, you will get more than 80% of THC content.
If you are looking for the best honey oil, Canada is one of its top producers. They use buds with an already high THC content in order to deliver extremely potent honey oil. You can find this in syringes or even vaporizer pens.
Budder is a form of butane hash oil or BHO. This has a taffy-like consistency and a light yellow color that is quite appealing to look at. Most users prefer this kind of concentrate since it delivers quite a tasty smoke. A lot of enthusiasts look for an opaque budder since it is of the best quality.
Live resin just means that the concentrate was extracted using live plants. This contains an extremely high terpene profile, better than any other concentrates out there in the market.
There is a lot more work going into producing live resin than other forms of cannabis since the rest use dried-out plants for the extraction process. The living plants help get an amazing, flavorful, and pungent extract.
The form of this concentrate definitely fits the name. The texture of this extract makes it quite easy to handle it with your hands. You should use a glass or silicone jar to store crumble, not parchment paper.
There are many forms of concentrates one can use. You can use these for dabbing and even vaping, but it is always important to be well-informed about your choices before you end up buying something that you did not want.