Yo, what’s good? It’s ya boy Dan, and we’re here to talk about cannabis concentrates. If you’re an experienced smoker and looking for a way to get super high real quick, then you gotta check out these bad boys.
Now, we all know about the usual ways to smoke weed, like using flower, vapes, or oils. But with cannabis concentrates, you’re looking at THC levels ranging from 40 to 95%. Yeah, you heard that right – these things pack a punch.
One of the most popular forms of cannabis concentrate is called crumble. And let me tell you, this stuff is fire. It’s got a dry, crumbly texture (hence the name) and comes in a bunch of different colors, from yellow to golden brown. Some types are more solid, while others have a sugary-like texture.
But what really sets crumble apart is its potency. This stuff typically has THC levels ranging from 80 to 90%. So if you’re new to smoking or don’t have much experience with concentrates, this might not be the best option for you.
Now, how do they make this stuff? Well, there are a few different methods, but generally a solvent like propane, butane, or CO2 is used to extract the plant compounds. The solvent and compounds pass through a filtration system, leaving behind only the potent concentrate.
Afterward, they pour this mixture into a humidifier to remove excess moisture and solvents. And voila! You’re left with crumbly concentrate.
But let me tell you, making this stuff can be dangerous. So unless you know what you’re doing, it’s probably best to leave it to the professionals and just buy your concentrates ready-made.
So why should you try crumble? Well aside from being super potent, it’s also packed with terpenes that give it a unique flavor profile. And for medical marijuana patients, crumble can be a great option if you don’t want to smoke or consume too much to get the therapeutic benefits of THC.
Now, how do you consume this stuff? There are a few different ways, depending on your preference. You can sprinkle it onto a joint or add it to your bong or pipe. Just keep in mind that smoking crumble can be harsher than smoking flower.
If you’re looking for a smoother experience, using a concentrate vaporizer might be more your speed. Or if you’re feeling fancy, you can try dabbing – which is basically like using a bong, but specifically designed for concentrates.
And if you’re interested in CBD crumble, there’s plenty of that out there too. CBD won’t get you high like THC will, but it’s still powerful enough to help with anxiety, stress, and insomnia.
So there you have it, folks – everything you need to know about cannabis concentrates, especially crumble. Just remember to start slow and work your way up if you’re new to this stuff. Stay safe out there, and happy smoking!