Marijuana Concentrates for Sale
A cannabis concentrate (also called marijuana concentrate, marijuana extract, or cannabis extract) is a highly potent tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and/or cannabidiol (CBD) concentrated mass. Marijuana concentrates contain extraordinarily high THC levels that could once range from 40 to 80%, up to four times stronger in THC content than high grade or top shelf marijuana, which normally measures around 20% THC levels. By 2017, distilled concentrate was reportedly available at 99.58% THC content.
Volatile solvents such as ethanol, butane, propane and hexane are often used to prepare extracts, leading to fire and explosion hazards in uncontrolled environments. Super-critical fluid extraction using carbon dioxide alleviates concerns of fire and explosion and results in a high quality product.
Legally produced concentrates for retail sale in legalized states are often packaged in small lip-balm sized containers.]]
Common types of cannabis concentrate:
- Cannabis flower essential oil
- Caviar (moon rocks) – Cannabis buds dipped in or sprayed with hash oil, then rolled in kief.
- Dry sift
- Hashish or hash – a cannabis concentrate traditionally made by drying the cannabis plant and beating the dried female plant material over a series of screens and then sifting, collecting, and pressing the particles.
- Bubble hash – water-purified hashish
- Charas – a cannabis concentrate created by expressing the flower of Cannabis Indica between the hands and removing the residue.
- Hash oil
- Fully extracted cannabis oil (FECO)
- Butane hash oil (BHO)
- CO2 oil
- Live resin
- Pull and snap
- Terp sauce
- Tincture of cannabis
The major difference between live resin and other cannabis concentrates lies in the way they are produced. The manufacturing of live resin involves fresh, live cannabis either freshly harvested or flash-frozen marijuana. This helps protect plant’s content matter, aroma and flavor.