Marijuana Concentrates – Shatter – Extracts
What are marijuana concentrates?
Concentrates refer to the product of a cannabinoid extraction process that often uses a solvent (H2O, C2O, butane, alcohol, etc). The goal of concentrates is to eliminate all plant matter and extract the resin glands from the plant matter. Concentrates are made by mixing the plant matter with a solvent then strained or purged to remove plant matter and any remaining solvents from the product. A marijuana concentrate also known as wax, ear wax, honey oil, budder, butane is hash oil, butane honey oil (BHO), shatter is a highly potent THC- (Tetrahydrocannabinol) concentrated mass that looks like honey or butter. For that reason, it's often called “honey oil” or “budder” on the street.
How potent is this form of marijuana?
contain extraordinarily high THC levels ranging from 40 to 80 percent THC amounts. This form of marijuana can be up to four times stronger in THC content than high grade or top shelf marijuana, which normally measures around 20 percent THC levels.
What are the effects of using marijuana concentrates?
Being a highly concentrated form of marijuana, the effects upon the user may be more psychologically and physically intense than plant marijuana use.
To date, long term effects of marijuana concentrate use are not yet fully known..