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Consuming cannabis concentrates & extracts allow you to experience a higher potency of cannabinoids and terpenes compared to smoking flower. Cannabis concentrates & extracts can be consumed in more ways than one.
Ready to experience the powerful effects of concentrates? Here's how you can smoke and vape concentrates to experience their fast-acting effects.
Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned user, our guide can help you find the right extract for you. Learn the best ways to consume marijuana concentrates below.
What Are Cannabis Concentrates & Extracts?
Cannabis concentrates & extracts are concentrated forms of the plant’s trichomes, which contain active ingredients such as cannabinoids and terpenes. As a result, concentrates & extracts are much more potent than cannabis flower buds.
Cannabis concentrates & extracts come in a variety of colors, consistencies, textures, and potencies, depending on the starting material and extraction process. Extracts refer to products made using solvents, while concentrates use mechanical or physical separation processes.
Solvent-based extracts use a closed-loop system and chemical solvents such as light hydrocarbons (butane and propane), ethanol, and carbon dioxide to dissolve the cannabinoids and terpenoids from the raw flower material.
Shatter, made using hydrocarbons, is one of the most popular extracts available. It has a glass-like, translucent, and amber appearance. Its consistency ranges from brittle to sappy.
Cannabis budder, also known as badder or butter, has a light hue and a creamy and smooth consistency. It is made by using a whipping technique during the extraction process.
Cannabis wax, made using hydrocarbons, has a waxy consistency. It has a light and opaque color.
Cannabis crumble has a crumbly and powdery consistency. Crumble can be made using hydrocarbons and CO2. It has a light and golden color.
Made from fresh-frozen cannabis buds, live resin has a higher concentration of terpenes than most other extracts. It has a golden yellow color and a sticky consistency,
Cannabis distillate refers to an odorless and flavorless oil that has a single cannabinoid, THC or CBD, without any additional terpenes. Distillate can be made with ethanol or hydrocarbons. It is found in edibles, capsules, tinctures, and vape cartridges.
Cannabis isolate of CBD or THC is a refined distillate that contains only one single cannabinoid without any other compounds. It is 99% pure cannabinoids. The product has a powdery consistency.
Terp sauce, made with hydrocarbons, has a terpene-rich and runny oil with some crystallization of cannabinoids.
Solventless concentrates are made without the use of harsh chemical solvents. Instead, a range of agitation techniques or methods using heat and pressure break apart or melt the cannabis trichomes.
Cannabis rosin has a viscous consistency and is made by squeezing raw material such as flower or kief/hash with heat and pressure. It can be easily made at home with a hair straightener and some parchment paper.
Live rosin is just like rosin except that it is made with fresh-frozen material to preserve the terpenes in the plant.
Kief has a dust-like appearance. It is the accumulation of cannabis trichomes that can be collected in a grinder or using dry sifting techniques.
Hash refers to the collection of kief that is compressed into a ball or slab.
Bubble hash, also known as water hash, has a crumbly and dry consistency. It is made using an ice water agitation technique and screen filtration.
Budder is a marijuana concentrate that looks like butter, but not just any butter – peanut butter. The butane extraction method is used in this case. Cannabis processors use a whipping technique during extraction to create the creamy consistency.
Dab hash oil is also popular, but it is usually more potent than other concentrates and can be used in a vaporizeror vape cartridge. Some people include hash oil in their edibles and topicals for high potency.
How to Consume Marijuana Concentrates and Extracts
Cannabis extracts and concentrates provide users with a higher potency than traditional flower-based products. Cannabis flower has THC levels between 10 and 25%, while concentrate levels can be between 50 to nearly 100%.
There are many ways to enjoy cannabis “dabs” at home or on the go. Dabbing is the most popular consumption method, but concentrates can also be found in vape carts, tinctures, edibles, and topicals.
Pro tip: If you want to get the most out of your concentrates, store them in an airtight container in a cool, dry, and dark place away from a heat source, which can degrade the quality of the product.
Elevate the Potency of Flower: Pipes and Joints
Cannabis extracts and concentrates can be easily added on top of packed bowls of cannabis or inside/outside of joints and blunts to give you an extra dose of potency. Add kief on top of bowls or gently heat cannabis wax to make it easier to add inside or outside of the joint.
Fast-Acting, Intense Potency: Dabbing
One of the best ways to enjoy cannabis concentrates is with a traditional dab rig or an e-nail. Dab rigs are usually made of borosilicate glass and look like a bong. However, instead of a bowl piece, it has a nail that you heat up with a blowtorch. Then you apply the dab to the nail surface for vaporization. Water can go inside the rig to filter the vapor.
E-nails are more convenient and efficient ways to dab cannabis concentrates. They have a temperature control box and coil that keeps the nail at a specific temperature without having to use a blowtorch.
At-Home or On-the-Go High: Vaporizers
Cannabis vaporizers, whether they be portable or desktop versions, allow you to add a dab of concentrate to the heating chamber, which turns it into a vapor. Then, you just inhale and enjoy. Some vaporizers can work with both dry herb and extracts.
Pre-filled vape cartridges contain cannabis oil and can screw into a 510-threaded battery or you can buy disposable vape pens that already come with a battery. Disposable vapes usually have one temperature setting.
Vaporizers can have a range of pre-set temperatures or the ability to zero in on a specific temperature degree to get the maximum level of terpenes and cannabinoids.
Long-Lasting High: Edibles
All the edible products on dispensary shelves are made with cannabis concentrate. Enjoy the benefits of a concentrate with none of the smoke. Edibles have a longer onset time (1 to 2 hours) and duration time of effects (6 to 8 hours). The experience will depend on your tolerance, amount consumed, metabolism, and potency of the product.
Localized Relief: Topicals
Cannabis concentrates can also make topicals such as salves, creams, and lotions. A topical infusion can be applied directly to the affected area for relief. Topicals do not absorb into the bloodstream or cause intoxication.
Smoking Concentrates: What Dabbing Tools Do You Need?
Smoking and dabbing concentrates allows you to inhale the concentrated cannabinoids and terpenes to experience the fast-acting and high-potency effects.
Here are some of the dabbing tools you will need to smoke and dab these products
Using an oil/dab rig, you will be able to smoke the wax dabs that you have extracted or purchased. What is anoil/dab rig? Well, it is a water pipe usually made of borosilicate glass that you can modify by adding certain accessories, but in most cases, you would add a nail to dab the extracts.
Pro tip: Don't have a dab rig yet? That's okay. Check out our blog resource on how to make a homemade dab rigusing supplies you already have around the house.
The quartz or titanium nail would be attached to the water pipe's intake. Dab nails are heated with a torch or electronic heater coil (e-nail). A user places a small dab of concentrate on the surface of the heated nail to vaporize it. E-nails provide better temperature control for a consistent dab time after time..
A carb cap acts like a lid on a boiling pot by restricting airflow and trapping heat so you can vaporize concentrates at a lower temperature and preserve its flavor. After you’ve heated your nail, you can cover it with the carb cap. Directional flow carb caps can be rotated to push the airflow and oil around the nail for more efficient heating. When you're ready to inhale, remove the carb cap and inhale.
A dabber is a long and thin tool that comes with a variety of tips that allow you to scoop, cut, poke, or scrape concentrates from their storage container and onto your dab rig nail. Dabbers are usually made of glass or stainless steel.
A dab torch is used to heat up the dab nail or banger. Heat-up times vary based on the dab nail material and thickness. Generally, it can take between 45 seconds to a minute to heat the nail. You must allow the nail to cool a bit before placing your dab on its surface. You can also consume concentrates without a torch.
Terp pearls are small balls made out of borosilicate glass that can help distribute the oil around the nail. When inhaling, the air flow from the carb cap can make the terp pearls spin around the bottom of the nail for a more efficient dab.
Quartz inserts are small dishes that are placed inside the dab nail. They can be used to keep your nail cleaner for longer and take lower temperature dabs.
You can heat the nail first and then drop the quartz insert with your dab inside or drop your insert and dab first and then slowly heat it until the concentrate begins to bubble.
How to Use a Dab Rig
Using a dab rig may seem daunting at first glance, especially the torching part, but it is super easy and safe. If you don't want to deal with torching your nail, you can invest in an electronic nail for easier dabbing.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to use a traditional dab rig:
- Fill up the water pipe with sufficient water and then attach the nail to the pipe's intake.
- Use the torch on the quartz or titanium nail, heating it until it is red hot. Try not to overheat or the nail will be damaged.
- As soon as the nail is sufficiently heated, allow it to cool for between 20 to 30 seconds.
- Then, it is time to place a small dab on the dab nail.. For a good dab hit, you only need a small amount of dab because of its heavy concentration.
- Place your carb cap on top of the dab nail and inhale through the mouthpiece until all the vapor is gone.
- Exhale and repeat as necessary.
Pro tip: Clean your dab rig and dab tools regularly to ensure you have a flavorful experience time after time.
How to Vape Concentrates
Cannabis concentrates can also be vaped using a portable or desktop vaporizer designed for cannabis oil. Users load the dab of concentrate into the heating chamber (or screw in the vape cartridge into the battery) and heat it using temperature presets or precise temperature controls.
How to Use an E-Nail
An electronic heating coil is placed into the dab rig. First, you have to connect your e-nail controller to a power source. You can set a specific temperature using the temperature control box and allow the e-nail to heat up. The e-nail will remain this temperature for as long as the control box is left on.
How to Use a Health Stone
A health stone is a carbon vapor stone that is very porous and fits within a health stone bowl. You will need to insert the stone into a health stone bowl and apply your dab onto the stone. Use a butane torch to gently melt the dab on the stone without burning it. As the oil seeps into the pores, you can inhale from the mouthpiece.
How to Make a Twaxed Joint
Concentrates can also be applied to your flower products for added potency. The application process will depend on the consistency of the concentrate, but generally, you will either top off your bowl with your concentrate or add the concentrate inside or outside of your joint.
While burning the concentrate directly with a butane lighter won't give you the best flavor, it will increase the potency of your high.
Cannabis concentrates are one of the fastest growing markets in the cannabis space. These potent products pack a big punch and are usually vaped in a dab rig or other device rather than smoked—unlike hashish, a concentrate known to generations of cannabis enthusiasts. Besides hash, hash oil is another powerful concentrate that’s been around for decades.
Hash and hash oil remain popular concentrate products in the emerging cannabis industry, but now there are a plethora of newer, more potent, and interesting concentrates from which to choose. This variety of products often borrow names to describe their consistency or form.
Concentrates in the modern industry are marketed as shatter, wax, crumble, taffy, rosin, batter, and moon rocks.
Cannabis concentrates are manufactured in a variety of ways. Several extraction methods exist, some reserved for producing specific products, but all of them intended to extract THC—and sometimes CBD—into a concentrated form.
The methods used to create various concentrates include a variety of substances and processes, some of them using harsh solvents like propane and butane, as well as methods using water, heat, and CO2.
Distillate concentrates are also available today, and these are usually extremely pure and high in THC. The resulting products are then referred to as “concentrates” or “extracts.” In today’s industry, many concentrates are strain-specific, so the buyer knows exactly which plant strain the concentrate came from, which provides a good indication of its effects.
To learn more about current cannabis concentrates, let’s examine and define what you may find in a typical dispensary. We’ll begin with a couple of historically significant concentrates and then move to the most common of the more recent products.
Hashish, or “hash” as it is commonly called, is the oldest cannabis concentrate and has a history of use that spans thousands of years. The countries of origin for hash production are Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, and it most commonly comes from indica plants, so the effect is quite relaxing and sedative.
The original form of hash was “finger hash,” which is created at the time cannabis plants are harvested by rubbing human hands on the sticky, trichome-covered buds to collect a thick, sticky, sap-like residue that the plant harvesters roll into balls rich in THC (commonly 40-50 percent).
The hash is literally a collection of trichomes stuck together with trace amounts of flower. This concentrated form of tetrahydrocannabinol was potent and compact, which made it easy to transport.
The hash commonly imported during the ’70s and ’80s came in a variety of colors, and hash slabs would sometimes carry a Middle Eastern stamp, which provided indications of its country of origin.
This hash came in a variety of colors, including blond, red, and black. The color variations were due to the types of cannabis plants used, the manner in which it was collected, as well as the color of their original packaging—particularly the red and blond varieties.
The hash most commonly found today—and a staple of the cannabis industry—is “bubble hash,” made from ice water and cannabis flowers. Creating bubble hash involves a process where a series of collection bags with varying levels of minute filtration are arranged, one within another, with the filtration bag having the largest-micron filter being the first bag and the smallest, most-minute filter the last.
Either dried flower or freshly harvested flower will work to make bubble hash. When using fresh flower, the resulting hash is sometimes referred to as “live hash.” Some people believe that the live hash terpene experience—the aroma and flavor of the hash—is superior to that of hash created with dried flower.
To make the hash, a bucket or large vessel containing the series of collection bags fits snuggly like a trash bag within a trash can filled with ice water. Then, the flower—either dried or fresh—is put in the ice water (some people choose to freeze the flower prior to placing it in the ice water).
Once allowed to sit for an hour or so, the water is agitated with a heavy spoon or paddle (some people use an electric cake mixer, using extreme caution not to let it get it fully emerged in water, for obvious reasons). The water is mixed and agitated fully before being allowed to settle once again.
This process allows the trichomes on the flowers to become nearly frozen, which causes them to drop off and collect at the bottom of the bag.
When removing the first couple of bags, the plant material is strained out. The remaining bags include residue that is collected and dried, resulting in hash of varying purity depending on which bag it came from.
Bubble hash remains one of the easiest and safest cannabis concentrates to make. The resulting hash can either be smoked by itself or combined with flower in a joint or as a bowl topper. It can also be used in making a tarantula joint. It adds a potent kick when smoked.
Hash oil is a popular cannabis concentrate to consume on its own or to make other concentrates. It’s also used to make edibles. The color of the oil can vary depending on the extraction method or purity, but most commonly it’s a golden amber color. Hash oil is made with either cannabis flower or hash.
Making hash oil involves using solvent extraction methods, utilizing one of a wide variety of solvents, including dichloromethane, chloroform, petroleum ether, ethanol, butane, and methanol, among others. The potency and versatility of this concentrate makes it very popular, which makes hash oil one of the most commonly made extracts.
Like bubble hash, rosin is a cannabis concentrate that doesn’t include the use of solvents. Like hash oil, you can make rosin with either cannabis flowers or hash. From this, the person doing the extraction employs heat and pressure to create a rich, potent hash oil.
Most of the rosin made for sale in dispensaries is produced in large quantities using sophisticated industrial equipment, but many people make it at home using simple household devices and materials. Many people favor rosin because it doesn’t use harsh solvents, which result in an extract that contains zero residual solvents.
You can create homemade rosin with an adjustable flat iron or other heat press, cannabis flower or hash, nonstick parchment paper cut into 4- by 8-inch strips, a collection device (dab tool; small, sharp knife; or razor blade), and pieces of 25u micron screen. By wrapping .25- to .50-gram pieces of flower or piece of hash in a 25u micron screen and pressing it flat, you then place it on a piece of parchment paper and fold the paper over, enveloping the screen and its contents.
Then, you apply pressure for 3 to 5 second with the flat iron. Carefully apply firm pressure for 4 to 6 seconds, then unfold the parchment paper and remove the screen and its contents, being careful to leave all of the rosin oil on the paper, which you then scrape off and gather with the collection tool. Repeat this process until you have the desired amount of rosin.
Lower iron temperatures (250 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit) will result in less rosin but a more flavorful terpene experience than rosin created with the iron set at a higher temperature (300 to 335 degrees Fahrenheit), which has higher yield but less flavor.
Moon rocks fall into the cannabis concentrates category and are easy to make if you have the necessary ingredients. They consist of prime cannabis flowers, hash oil, and kief (the THC-rich, trichome-laden particles that collect in the bottom trap of many cannabis grinders).
To create moon rocks, you take a cannabis flower and cover it in cannabis oil, making sure you completely saturate the flower. Then, you roll the oily flower in kief until it has a thick coating. The resulting coated flowers are known in the industry as moon rocks, although some companies opt to create their own names for this product.
Moon rocks are smoked, usually in a pipe. While the hash oil may result in some initial bubbling, the moon rocks will soon smoke consistently and result in a potent rush.
The overall effect will depend largely on the type of flower used (indica or sativa), as well as the sour material used to create the oil and kief. Moon rocks are fun to both consume and create, and they make a nice change of pace over more traditional concentrates.
Shatter and Wax
The popular concentrates shatter and wax are usually made with harsh solvents like butane. These products are best created in modern MIP facilities with established safety measures in practice.
While shatter, wax, and other concentrates can be made at home, the process can be dangerous because of the solvents and heat used.
Because of the risk and potential danger with the home-creation process, we will not go into detail about it here, but suffice it to say that these extracts pack a powerful punch and are definitely worthy of your attention if you’re looking for an intense cannabis experience.
Shatter and wax—as well as other cannabis concentrates like batter, crumble, and taffy—are quite similar in the production, but the consistency of each is quite different, which results in the variety of names for them.
Unlike hash and moon rocks (and sometimes hash oil), shatter and wax are consumed using a dab rig (a bong-like apparatus used for concentrates) or another dabbing device.
A hand-held blow torch is the most common method of heating the dab nail to a searing heat level. When a piece of shatter or wax meets the dab nail, usually using a dab tool to prevent unintentional burns to the fingers, a thick vapor results that the consumer inhales into his or her lungs.
Consuming cannabis in this manner is known as dabbing, and a single dab is usually all that’s necessary to achieve a very elevated cannabis state of mind. Although some seasoned dab consumers may enjoy a second or even third dab, more is not usually necessary.
Live resin is quickly becoming a favorite among dabbers and vapers. Packed with cannabis terpenes and cannabinoids, it is considered by many as the holy grail of cannabis concentrates. But what exactly is live resin, how can it be used – and why is it so ever-popular? Let’s take a look.
What Makes Live Resin So Special?
Following harvest, a cannabis plant must be taken care of on extreme levels, otherwise, its flavor and natural terpene profile may be altered. The goodness and liveliness of the plant must be kept alive, so to speak. By the time cannabis flowers are ready to be extracted, they must have retained all of their goodness before they ever make it to your dab rig.
With that said, it’s important to note that resin is unlike other concentrates. Live resin is extracted from plant matter that is immediately frozen after harvest.
In this manner, most of the plant’s natural terpenes are salvaged, and as a result, live resin has a more much more complex terpene content than other concentrates like shatter, rosin, and wax. Speaking of which, let’s differentiate it even further…
The Difference Between Resin, Rosin, and Live Resin
Resin is defined as a sticky ooze that certain plants such as cannabis exude in different ways. Resin contains the active chemistry that identifies the plant itself and differentiates it from others. In particular, resin circulates those highly valued cannabinoids. Anything resinous will stick to your fingers when you handle it. Resin is popularly collected to make the finest of hashish.
Regarding cannabis rosin, the main thing to mention is that it’s produced under a lot of heat and physical pressure. The former is applied to dried buds between sheets of parchment paper, and melts and squeezes the trichomes like grilled cheese. The result, when finished, is rosin, or honey-colored shatter.
Live resin is the product of freezing – as opposed to heating. Freshly harvested buds are flash-frozen immediately without curing or drying. The result is a product with an abundance of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids in a concentrated form. When made with solvents, it may lose some of its natural ingredients, though…
How Live Resin is Created
Live Resin can be dated back to 2012-2013 when a team of Colorado growers pioneered the extraction process. As briefly mentioned before, the process begins by flash freezing fresh cannabis, by placing it in a freezer with dry ice or by being slowly dipped in liquid nitrogen.
The plant matter is then kept frozen until it is ready for extraction, which usually takes place within 36 hours. Live resin is then extracted using a process that is similar to the one used to make other concentrates. The precious plant material is sometimes ran through solvent which is then vaporized when the product is finally consumed.
The main difference in this process when compared to the process used for making other concentrates, is yet again, that the solvent is cooled down for extraction. The final product is then expelled of solvents at a much lower temperature than with other concentrates. Live resin really is cool – for all intents and purposes.
Live Resin is a concentrate. The most popular way to consume it is dabbing. Dabbing is where you place the concentrate on a heated bowl and inhale the vapor. Vaping is another form for consuming live resin. Lets dig into each one a little deeper.
Vaping is very much possible with live resin. You can either use a vape pen or a nectar collector to do this. Vapes use the same method as heating the coil and vaporizing the concentrate as the dab rig does. Although dabbing (below) is generally more popular, vaping is still a viable option for all vapers out there.
In addition to a regular vape, you can choose the hassle-free way and use a live resin cartridge and enjoy – as this is by far the easiest method. Simply buy a live resin cart, attach it to your battery, and you’re ready to go!
To dab the concentrates, you need a special piece of equipment known as a dab rig. A dab rig is basically a water pipe with a flat bowl called a nail. The nail is constructed from material able to withstand very high temperatures – which is very different to using glass bowls which are used with bongs to smoke flowers.
A dabber or dabbing tool is used to handle the concentrate and place it on a hot nail. For live resin, it is however advised to use a spoon-shaped tip tool instead of a flat-tipped dabber. Then, heat the nail with a lighter, typically butane lighters. It is important to note that only a very hot nail will do the job to burn the live resin.
Rosin Dabs and How To Make Them
If you are a recreational user, advocate or enthusiast of marijuana, you may already know some things about rosin dabs, smoking weed, cannabis concentrates, shatter and the like.
But, for the novice, this is not something that they may be comfortable with. We will try to simplify this as best as possible so that even the novice can get a good grip of what this is all about.
Marijuana comes in different forms and you can consume it in various ways, from vaporizers to joints to concentrates to edibles. They all have one ingredient in common and that is marijuana.
Rosin Dabs Can Be Done At Home
People who love rosin dabs will love the idea that there are instructions on how to make it at home. In fact, this concept is making waves in the cannabis industry and in many communities across the United States where marijuana is already legal.
The good thing is that making rosin dabs is an extraction method that anyone can do at home. By the time, you are done; you will have the highest quality hash oil you could ever imagine.
Rosin dabs can be made inexpensively and safety at home and can be done within minutes as long as you have all your tools, supplies and resources readily available. What does the method entail? Well, it will require pressure and heat so as to squeeze the resins from the kief, flower and bubble hash. The basic things you need are:
- Hair straightener
- Parchment paper
With these basic items, you can make quality hash oil or rosin dabs with a high level of potency and good flavor.
The Aesthetics of Rosin Dabs
Rosin is aesthetically difficult to distinguish from sap or shatter. But, there are differences.
Rosin has no residual solvents because these will usually remain behind after the extraction process that involves propane or butane. Even though, you may be using butane at home the process does not have to be risky or dangerous. You can do so safely. For that reason, rosin dabs are impacting the cannabis industry and the cannabis market.
You will definitely find these on the shelf of most marijuana dispensaries across the country. Let's look at how you would make your own instead of buying from your local cannabis dispensary.
The Initial Instructions
Make sure the heat on your hair straightener is set at about 300 degrees. If the temperature goes any higher, you might lose the value of your terpenes because they may evaporate.
You will need your marijauna flowers, kief or bubble hash. Make sure the parchment paper is unbleached. You will need a collection tool and gloves that are resistant to heat. Handle the hair straightener with caution. In fact, that is why you would need gloves to be safe.
Turn on the hair straightener and get it to its regulated temperature as discussed above. Cut parchment paper into small pieces. Fold in half and put the material you are using into the folded parchment paper and then press lightly with your fingers.
Line the marijuana buds carefully inside the parchment paper and for about seven seconds, apply pressure using your hair straightener.
After the resin has been melted under the pressure of the heat from the hair straightener, it is time to remove the sample and open up the folded parchment paper. The nug will appear flattened. Pluck it away from the parchment paper and get your collection tool.
You have to be very careful and so patient since this can be a sticky procedure to collect the rosin dabs.
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