Many people are familiar with cured cannabis flower buds that can be ground into a finer texture and smoked in a bowl, joint, blunt, bong or vaporizer. Those same flowers can also be used to make an endless variety of other infused products like cannabutter for edibles, topicals for external pain relief and other forms of smokeables including wax, hash, oil and concentrates.
Concentrates have been getting their time to shine thanks to festivals and even entire holidays like 7/10 that celebrate the variety of extraction techniques that make the super potent product possible.
This video by Leafly offers more insight into the various different types of marijuana concentrates. They narrow the list down to the six most commonly found concentrates on the market including kief, hash, butane hash oil (BHO), CO2, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) and tinctures.
If you’re looking to beef up your knowledge on concentrates, this is essential viewing.
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