All You Need to Know About Concentrates

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past couple of years, then you probably know about how large the cannabis industry has become. In the previous years, the only variants of cannabis that we know of are the recreational and medical variants. Through the power of science, however, comes a potent variant derived directly from the plants themselves.

    If you want to uncover the secrets of cannabis in more ways than one, then you should consider concentrating the next time. Before we dive deep into the benefits of concentrates, let’s first talk about what they are.

    What Are Concentrates?

    Concentrates are basically something that’s derived from a certain product. As the name suggests, a concentrate is jam-packed with what you’ll usually find in that product but in smaller doses. As such, these are more potent than what you’d usually find on the market.

    For cannabis,  concentrates are powerful doses of usually one of two compounds found within cannabis –  THC or CBD. 

    If you want to get high or if you are hoping to find a sense of euphoria, then you’ll have to choose THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. THC concentrates are potent meaning even in small amounts, you are going to get intoxicated already.  Do keep in mind that THC is usually the compound in marijuana that congress speaks up against. As such, THC concentrates are not legal in states where recreational marijuana is prohibited.

    Alternatively, if you want to experience the medical benefits of marijuana, you may want to try CBD or cannabidiol. Often referred to as the miracle compound, CBD is known to have various health benefits such as its anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, and sleep-inducing properties. It’s also known to treat symptoms related to epilepsy.

    Concentrates come packed with CBD, THC, and in some cases, a mix of both. It’s up to you which one you choose and which ones are legal in your state. These aren’t your typical doses of marijuana though. Concentrates can be consumed in more ways than one and you are free to experiment.

    How Do You Consume Concentrates?

    Concentrates are available in various forms. What’s even better is that manufacturers are always looking to develop more and more ways to consume these concentrated products. The most common form of concentrates comes in oil tinctures. These can be taken directly by taking a drop or two in your tongue. You can also use it to damp cigarettes or even your regular marijuana roll with.

    Believe it or not, concentrates can be used for cooking. You can find countless CBD oil dishes online. That’s all on top of edible concentrates which come in the form of sweet treats such as cake pops, gummies, chocolates, and more. Some beverage manufacturers are also making THC or CBD-infused drinks.

    If you want to take the concentrates in their form, then you’ll need to invest in an intricate rig. We are, of course, talking about the nectar collector which is basically like a dab rig used to vaporize hash and concentrates. The resulting vapor from the process is what you inhale.

    Inhaling vapor is much more preferred as compared to inhaling smoke. Even if it’s marijuana or concentrates that you are smoking, the smoke can still cause serious lung issues that you may want to avoid. Dab rigs offer the safest alternative to smoking and more people are trying it out already.

    Why Choose Concentrates?

    Next comes the important question, why should you choose concentrates over regular marijuana or other forms of it? 

    For starters,  these products are more potent than all other cannabis products. For instance, potency levels of a THC concentrate are usually at around 50%-90%. On the other hand, cannabis flowers are at 8%-25% only. If you want to get the most out of CBD or THC without having to take copious amounts of it, then concentrates are the way to go.

    Another benefit is that concentrates come in more forms as compared to regular marijuana. This means you are free to choose whichever way you want to take your CBD or THC. Marijuana is often mostly smoked. Not everyone is a smoker but thanks to concentrates, you can eat, vape, and even rub them on your body.

    Concentrates are perhaps the best evolution coming from the cannabis industry. Whether you want THC or CBD, there’s bound to be a concentrate product that’s just for you. If you’re still worried about the effectiveness of these products, then it is a must that you try out some products first.

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