Beginners guide to Cannabis Concentrates

Cannabis Concentrates are highly potent, super concentrated forms of cannabis andĀ are sold under many different names. Ā Wax, Shatter, Crumble, Taffy, Sap, Budder, Honey Comb, Oil. All these names can certainly be overwhelming to anyone. Basically,Ā itā€™s all in reference to the consistency of the product.

There are manyĀ variables that produce oneĀ consistency or another.

  • Type of solvent used
  • Type of starting material extracted
  • Age of material extracted

Finally, the method of purging will most greatly affect the outcome. Moisture content playsĀ a very large role in consistency, and without the use of a proper vacuum chamber, certain consistencies simply cannot be achieved. The good news is there isnā€™t really a wrong answer. Itā€™s all your own preference.

My personal preference is a productĀ that I can handle with my hands. I do not like having something so gooey that it can only be touched by your dabbing tool.

Consistencies

Hereā€™s a closer look at some of the most popular names in concentrates:

Wax

Similar to ear wax or beeā€™s wax. Think soft and malleable.

Crumble

Similar to Wax, crumble is a bit drier and crumbles like dessert streusel

Shatter

Think thin, slightly soft, peanut brittle (without the peanuts of course). It may bend if held up sideways and not touched, but true shatter should snap clean if quickly bent.

Taffy

Just like thin, rolled out salt water taffy.

Sap

Similar to Taffy, but a bit tackier to the touch.

Budder

Similar to Wax. Name is somewhat interchangeable.

Honey Comb

Almost a cross between Crumble and Wax. This is the Beeā€™s Kneeā€™s. Soft and easy to handle. Almost as airy as a muffin. This consistency is the hardest to properly achieve.

 

AtĀ Sky Dispensaries, we carry many different consistencies and the supplies you need to deliver your concentrated medication effectively. Ā See ourĀ menuĀ for current offerings. Please see one of our experienced Bud-Tenders when you visit our dispensary to learn even more!

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