How do I consume concentrates?
Concentrates come in a variety of forms, including edibles, oils, and tinctures, so you can consume them in different ways. To take full advantage of your concentrate’s potency and purity, consider using a dab rig or a vaporizer.
Need to know
Because concentrates are just a condensed form of cannabis, they contain many of the same compounds in or on the original plant but at much higher potency. For example, while dried flower tends to have a 13-25% concentration of THC, concentrates contain closer to 80-94%. Choosing an organically grown variety will minimize your risk of accidentally consuming high levels of pesticides. To protect your health and safely manage dose, make sure to source your extracts from reliable retailers and trustworthy brands.
What are cannabis concentrates
According to California marijuana laws, cannabis concentrates are defined as follows:

“Cannabis that has undergone a process to concentrate one or more active cannabinoids, thereby increasing the product’s potency. Resin from granular trichomes from a cannabis plant is a concentrate for purposes of this division. A cannabis concentrate is not considered food.”

As the definition suggests, cannabis concentrates are of exceptional potency when compared to their flower counterpart. Wax and shatter often exceed 70% THC; distillate can breach 90% or more. Oil cartridges usually range between 70%-80%, whereas flower is typically no more than 30%.

Many strains average around 20% THC in legal marijuana markets.

What is the best temperature for dabs?

There has been a huge trend leaning towards lower, slower temperature for dabs as more research has been done on the burn rate of the complex cannabinoid system.

THC boiling point is around 315°F (157°C)
CBD boiling point is around 356°F (185°C)
THCV boiling point is around 428°F (220°C)

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Where does it come from?

Our products are made in Canada from trustd Craft cannabais growers and extract producers. All products are third-party lab tested for potency, solvents and pesticides to ensure safety and quality.