Cannabis concentrates are exactly what they sound like – a concentrated version of the cannabis you enjoy. To make concentrates, the cannabis flower is put through a specific extraction process. Desirable cannabinoids and terpenes are saved, while excess plant matter is removed.
Cannabinoids and terpenes interact with receptors in your body to get the desired effects of cannabis. They’re also responsible for aroma and flavors.
The result of extraction is a pure sticky substance, high in THC, that can be used in a variety of ways and in different textures. Concentrates allow you to experience the best parts of the cannabis plant without any unnecessary extras.
The most common method of consuming cannabis concentrates is through inhalation using vaporizers, dabs, and bowls. You can also consume concentrates on their own, add them to joints to increase potency, or use them in making edibles (like chocolate).
Important: consider how much THC you’d be intaking when adding concentrates to other products.
Different types of cannabis concentrates can serve different purposes. You can use them in different ways, and you may need specific accessories.
Popular types of concentrates include:
Potency varies by strain and type. In their reduced form, some cannabis concentrates may contain THC levels as high as 50-90%.
In comparison, the THC content of traditional cannabis flower is 10-25% THC. The psychological and physical effects of concentrates are likely to be more intense than other methods of intake.
There are a number of reasons that cannabis concentrates in Provincetown are a great choice for experienced recreational users.
You can expect the same benefits from concentrates that you’d get from other methods of intake. These benefits might include improved mood, less restlessness, and decreased pain.
There are so many ways to use cannabis concentrates and so many options to choose from. Visit our Provincetown dispensary and our friendly staff will help you choose the right concentrates for you.
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