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Cannabis concentrates - your ultimate guide

Cannabis concentrates have been legal in Canada since October 17, 2019. Concentrates fall under Cannabis 2.0 categories along with edibles and vapes

A THC concentrate product contains concentrated cannabis. The flower is refined, so unwanted plant material is processed out. There are different types of THC concentrates, each with its unique properties.

THC concentrates are popular because you don’t have to smoke them like dried flower. People who find smoking irritates their throat may prefer vaporizing or dabbing. People also enjoy the high potency. Higher THC levels mean you need less to achieve similar effects as edibles, flower, or other cannabis products.

These refined products keep cannabinoids and terpenes while discarding everything else. The experience is clean and smooth.

Because THC concentrates are highly potent, start with a low amount. Wait to see how your body responds before consuming more.

Here at Budderweeds, you'll find a great selection of Cannabis concentrates that have been approved by Health Canada. Simply sign up for a Budderweeds membership to shop our collection!

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Cannabis concentrates - Common questions

How much THC is in concentrates?

THC concentrates are known for their high THC levels that can be up to four times higher than the most substantial THC dried flower. Generally, THC concentrates contain anywhere between 40 - 80% THC. However, some distillates have reached as high as 99.58% THC.

How do I use THC concentrates?

THC concentrates can be consumed in several ways depending on the type as well as your personal preferences.

You could add kief to your bowl or wrap wax around a joint. Dabbing is very involved and requires a “dab rig” that includes a glass, ceramic, or titanium “nail” that you heat. You place the concentrate on the heated nail to turn it into a vapour that you can consume.

You can also use prefilled vaporizers or refillable vaporizers. Depending on the vaporizer, it may be draw-activated. Or you may need to press a button to heat the THC concentrate to turn it into a vapour that you can consume via the mouthpiece. A refillable chamber is attached to a battery, and you draw in the vapour through the mouthpiece.

What is the difference between live resin & a concentrate?

Live resin refers to how this THC concentrate is made. The flower is kept frozen at a subcritical temperature before and after the extraction process. The typical drying and curing phases are skipped. Terpenes can be lost during these traditional phases, so skipping them preserves essential active plant material that can improve flavour and aroma.

How do I smoke THC concentrates?

The easiest way to smoke THC concentrates is to add them to a bowl of flower or a joint.

Do concentrates contain a higher percentage of THC?

THC concentrates have a higher THC percentage because unwanted plant material is processed out, leaving only the ingredients you want, namely THC.

How do concentrates work?

THC concentrates are highly potent because excess plant material is processed out, leaving only the active ingredients you want, mainly terpenes and cannabinoids. For this reason, THC concentrates are more potent than dried flower.

THC concentrates can be added to a bowl, joint, or consumed on their own via a dab rig or vaporizer. The way you consume it depends on the type of THC concentrate and personal preference.

People prefer THC concentrates because they work quickly with highs incomparable to dried flower. They also have a high bioavailability, which is why there’s an almost immediate uptake with such an intense experience. You can feel the effects anywhere between 1-3 hours.

How long do cannabis concentrates stay in my system?

Many factors determine how long THC concentrates stay in your system. We each metabolize THC at a different rate. Additionally, your body composition, your eating habits, the amount you exercise all play into how long THC concentrates stay in your system.

Plus, how frequently you use THC and how much THC you use also determines how long it takes for THC concentrates to leave your system. For example, it may take 10-20 days for heavy users. In contrast, it may take 3 - 7 days for first-time or infrequent users.

What concentrates have the highest THC content?

While there are several different THC concentrates, crystalline, isolate, and distillate can reach over 90 percent THC. These are as close to pure THC as you can get. Some will include some levels of terpenes to help with the aroma and taste.