What are the differences between concentrates and extracts?
Although the same terms are often used interchangeably, there is a distinction between the two. An extract is a type of concentrate that is produced by using a solvent; whereas, concentrates can be made without using a solvent, and by other means which use physical or mechanical methods to gather and remove trichomes.
When you look at extracts and concentrates, it’s not always easy to tell them apart.
An extract is a type of cannabinoid product that is made with either CO2, pressure, and high-heat or by using a hydrocarbon-based solvent that extracts the cannabinoids from the plant.
How are concentrates and extracts consumed?
- Topicals are best-suited for targeted relief and usually come with an oil or cream base.
- Vape Pens are portable, discreet, and reusable.
- Edibles are best for smoke-free longer-lasting effects.
- Tinctures offer convenient dosing that can be easily dropped on the tongue or in a drink.
- Dabbing is best for its fast-acting effects and potent delivery method.
What are the different textures and consistencies of concentrates and extracts?
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