If you are looking for some extra potent cannabis to take things up a notch, you might want to try cannabis concentrates. At Off The Charts Cannabis in Vista and Palm Springs, CA, we offer a wide variety of different types of concentrates at our medicinal marijuana dispensary.
If you are an experienced cannabis consumer, try dabbling with concentrates today. To learn more about cannabis concentrates or the types of concentrates we currently have in stock at Off The Charts Cannabis, contact us today by calling (760) 330-9599.
What are Cannabis Concentrates?
Cannabis concentrates is the name given to all products that feature only the most desirable parts of the cannabis plant, removing any superfluous parts of the plant that would make the concentrate in any way impure. This results in a hyper potent concentrate that features a high level of THC.
Cannabis concentrates come in a variety of different forms and can be enjoyed in a number of different ways. Some people like to add a small amount of concentrate to cannabis flower to up the strength of a bowl or joint. Others like to consume cannabis concentrates on its own, resulting in a more intense high. In general, concentrates result in a stronger high that hits the user almost immediately.
What are the Different Types of Cannabis Concentrates?
There is a seemingly endless array of different types of cannabis concentrates, all with their own unique names and instructions for proper consumption. Below, learn more about a few of the most popular types of cannabis concentrates.
Cannabis wax is a softer oil that has lost any and all transparency following extraction. Wax can take a variety of different shapes based on the state of oil before extraction. Wax is the broader name used to describe budder, shatter, and crumble.
Shatter is a glass-like concentrate that is typically bright in color and very brittle. This hardened wax is usually vaporized or dabbed by users by using a vape pen or a water pipe. This marijuana extract is hyper potent, and when vaporized has almost immediate effects.
Budder, also known as badder, is a cannabis concentrate that looks and feels like a stick of butter. This oiler and softer extract is usually yellow or orange in color, and very malleable. Since it is so malleable, budder can be consumed in a variety of ways, including being added to blunts or joints, dabbed, or vaporized.
Crumble marks the middle ground between budder and shatter. Not as soft as budder or as hard as shatter, crumble earned its name because of the crumbling consistency of this cannabis extract.
Distillate is the name given to distilled cannabis oil. Distillate is when cannabis concentrates come in a liquid form, usually administered from a syringe or other type of applicator. Distillate is very versatile, as it can be consumed orally, placed under the tongue, rubbed on the skin, or inhaled as a vapor.
Live resin is the name given to concentrates that are extracted from a cannabis plant that was never dried or cured. As a result, it can be more potent than concentrates that are extracted after the plant is dried or cured. Live resin also tends to be more flavorful and higher in quality. Live resin usually needs to be consumed through dabbing.
Sauce is the name for cannabis concentrates that have a very liquid and sticky appearance. This is usually the most flavorful concentrate, featuring an intense taste. Sauce is kind of like a liquid version of shatter.
Cannabis Concentrates at Off The Charts Cannabis in Vista and Palm Springs, CA
If you are interested in wax, shatter, sauce, budder, distillate, live resin, crumble, or another type of cannabis concentrate, contact Off The Charts Cannabis today. Located in Vista and Palm Springs, our medical marijuana dispensary offers a huge selection of cannabis concentrates to choose from. To learn more, contact Off The Charts Cannabis today by calling (760) 330-9599.