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Cannabis concentrates like shatter, crumble, and wax are on the rise in popularity. And, for good reason. Their final end product not only boosts potency, but flavor and convenience too. So, what exactly are concentrates and what’s the true difference behind the particular products? Let’s start with how the extracts are processed from the plants, for your purest pot pleasure.
In the modern era of marijuana, it seems you hear about a new term or trend on the daily. And full spectrum, broad spectrum or isolate products are no different. With the surge of CBD products, the classifications can make a big difference. Even in dabs or extract products, too. So what’s what, between full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolate? Here’s your basic guide to help you define their differences.
Cannabis concentrates can be intimidating as is…from product types to consistencies, varied packaging and more, you’re no longer in the old-age world of weed. But, add in a torch with a peculiar looking rig and complications can arise for even the most veteran of smokers. As ‘dabbing’ takes over the marijuana movement with its’ modern-day water bong effects, those seeking to elevate their highs are ripping dabs more than ever. So, how can you reap the benefits of cannabis concentrates, with one quick yet potent hit of a dab rig?
When purchasing a pot product nowadays, it’s a lot more complex than dealing for dimebags from your best connect. With advancements in testing, fine-tuning of strains, and labeled information – it can ‘cause canna-complications or confusion. Unless of course, you know what you’re looking for, and how to decipher packaged ratios & percentages. If that’s not the case then you’re in the right place. Here we’ll enter the world of CBD and THC ratios, and discover how to find the perfect balance.