Cannabis products that have been processed to remove many extraneous components, leaving only the most active compounds, primarily cannabinoids and terpenes. Concentrates typically contain a greater proportion of active compounds compared to flowers. They can be consumed on their own, or used to increase the potency of cannabis flower-based products. Concentrates yield more potent effects with a more rapid onset, with their absorption into the body happening almost immediately.
An extremely potent, thick, sticky cannabis extract, typically containing between 70% and 90% THC. Due to its high potency and quick-acting effects, wax is most commonly used by medical patients and recreational cannabis users with a high THC tolerance. Wax can be dabbed or vaped.
Hash oil cannabis extract with a translucent, glasslike texture. Similar to wax and other concentrates, shatter has THC levels that range between 70%-90%.
Cannabis in pill form, capsules can contain various forms of cannabis to deliver a range of effects.
Products composed of extracted cannabis molecules distilled in common edible oils. Cannabis oils vary in potency, and can be infused with either CBD or THC (or both).
Concentrated doses of cannabis that are produced by extracting cannabinoids from the plant with a solvent like butane, carbon dioxide or ethanol. Dabs have a consistency similar to sticky oil, and are typically consumed by heating on a hot surface, and then inhaled through a dab rig.