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Powerful Cannabis Extractions
Concentrates are any plant extraction that concentrates the plant’s chemical compounds. The chemical compounds, or cannabinoids, concentrated in the extraction process include the notorious high-inducing cannabinoid THC. While flower potency generally ranges from 10-25% THC, concentrates commonly range from 40-80% THC.
Concentrates are growing in popularity among connoisseurs looking to increase their high and savor the terpenes (flavor profile) inherent to the plant. For medicinal users, CBD rich concentrates are becoming a popular choice for powerful, fast-acting relief.
Cannabis concentrates are extracted through processes that either involve the use of a chemical solvent like butane or CO2, or a non-solvent process like ice water, heat or pressure. The extraction process results in a variety of concentrate products that vary in consistency and appearance. Scroll down to learn about popular concentrate products.
Concentrates are most commonly consumed by dabbing or vaporizing. Dabbing involves the use of a customizable dab rig and butane torch for heating an element (nail) to evaporate the concentrate for inhalation. Vaporizers use convective heat to heat a controlled chamber to temperatures that vaporize the concentrate without direct heat being applied to the concentrate. Handheld vaporizers offer discreet and portable convective heating methods for most concentrates. Concentrates can also be used as a ‘bowl-topper’, but most concentrate consistencies will not vaporize properly this way.
To preserve freshness and consistency, it is best to store concentrates in a cool, dark place. Silicone containers are a popular storage container and can be purchased at The Greenery.
New to the Concentrates game? See helpful tips here for a positive first-time experience.
Popular Cannabis Concentrate Products
Kief: The powder-like substance created by shaking or tumbling the flower over a fine screen to break off the trichomes (the cannabinoid crystals on the plant). Also known as dry sift, this is a classic method.
Kief Brick: A unit of Kief— the unprocessed powder-like concentration of the plant’s trichomes—compressed to form a solid brick. It is still considered an unprocessed extract, but it makes handling the fine, powdery Kief convenient.
Moroccan Hash: Made by heating or “browning” Kief to decarboxylate cannabis, which is the process of using heat to chemically activate the psychoactive THC cannabinoids in the plant. Heating Kief is a traditional favorite for maximizing THC potency and creating subtle changes to the plant’s terpene profile.
Bubble Hash: Also known as Ice Water Hash, created from a process of putting flower into an ice water bath to freeze the trichomes, then manually or mechanically agitating the flower to extract the brittle frozen trichomes. The water with the trichomes is then put through a series of filters to extract the potent hash.
Rosin: Uses heat and extreme pressure to squeeze the cannabinoids out of the plant or dry sift material. The lower the heat the more waxy or oily the concentrate. Higher temperatures create a shatter like concentrate. This is one of the newest and most popular concentrates as it is solvent free and highly potent.
BHO Butane Hash Oil: The most common extraction method. Dried flower is placed in a pressurized vessel where butane, propane or some other hydrocarbon is forced through. The oil that is extracted is then placed in a vacuum to purge the residual solvent out of the product. The extracted and purged oil is then finished to create products of varying consistencies such as wax, shatter, crumble, budder, honeycomb and more.
CO2: Considered safer and less harmful than butane, carbon dioxide is placed in a pressurized vessel with flower to extract the cannabinoids. Unlike BHO, CO2 purges itself eliminating the need for a chemical purging process.
Live Resin: A BHO using fresh cut flower that is flash frozen before the extraction process. This method retains more flavor and aroma from the living flower.
Infused Flower: Commonly referred to as Caviar, is a trifecta of potency! A bud of premium flower is coated in sticky cannabis oil and then battered generously in Kief.
Tinctures: A liquid concentrate that uses alcohol as a solvent. Flower is soaked in alcohol then strained. Commonly placed under the tongue but can also be mixed into food or drink.