We all know that concentrates have become significant players in the cannabis scene in recent years. However, despite the hype, many people remain slightly confused about the different types of concentrates out there. We’re going to tell you all about the most common cannabis concentrates on the market, so let’s get into it!
Rosin is one of the more popular choices when it comes to cannabis concentrates. The extract is made with a combination of pressure and heat. Usually, heated pads are used where the cannabis plant is placed between them and compressed in an effort to squeeze out the hot rosin oil. This process is solventless and therefore uses no chemicals at all.
On the surface, one might assume that rosin and hash rosin aren’t all that different. However, some distinct differences separate the two. For starters, the process of making hash rosin uses an ice water extraction hash. From there, it is filtered, dried, cured, and pressed for final extraction. The final result of hash rosin is a concentrate more refined, pure, and full of flavor.
If you want something incredibly specific, then you want distillates. Distillates are highly concentrated oils and void of all terpenes, waxes, flavonoids, and various other compounds commonly found in cannabis plants. A common potent element focused on by producers of distillates is THC; In contrast, CBD distillates exist; they’re not nearly as common.
The process that distillates undergo to achieve the final product is extensive. It’s a thorough process of extraction, separation, and finally purification. The process begins with removing all cannabinoids and terpenes. Through the use of a variety of factors such as temperature, pressure, etc., they isolate the specific ingredient they’re after. A final product of a properly made distillate contains 99% purity.
To produce CO2 Oils, a process of extraction using CO2 gas is necessary. The process involves extractors shooting CO2 into tubes filled with cannabis buds before removing cannabinoids, terpenes, and other elements from plant matter. What’s left behind is a golden-colored concentrate which is CO2 Oil.
Shatter/Wax/Oil and Various Other BHO’s
A BHO is butane hash oil; this is the base of all these concentrates. It’s one of the most popular, if not the most popular, concentrates on the market. The first step is the BHO extraction before a process of filtration is undertaken to remove impurities. No solvents are used in the process, ensuring that the final product is clean as possible.
It’s essential to be careful as inexperienced BHO producers can be sloppy in their work, leaving behind impurities in the process of creating shatters, waxes, oils, and all the other amazing BHO concentrates on the market in abundance.
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