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This page provides additional information regarding the use and consideration of marijuana concentrates. It does not necessarily reflect what is in stock at 3rd Street Dispensary at the moment. To see what we currently have in-store, preview our menu.
Similarly to edibles, concentrates are available in many different forms. However, understanding the differences in this space requires more than your taste buds! Read on for more information.
WHY WE LOVE CONCENTRATES
Terpenes (flavor profiles)
Smoothness of the smoke
Cannabinoid system response is more intense than other consumption methods
COMMON CONCENTRATES THAT ARE UNCOMMONLY GOOD
Whipped under heat to
create a cake batter-like texture
A golden, translucent and brittle concentrate made with solvents
Water, ice and mesh screens separate out trichomes into a paste-like consistency
Isolated cannabinoids in their most pure, crystal-structured form
Dried oil with a
Concentrate made with solvents from extracted THC, highly potent
Diamonds & Sauce
Live resin that has been kept under pressure to create a high terpene and high cannabinoid extract containing THCA crystal diamonds. The diamonds float within a high terpene sauce.
Screen-sifted trichome heads. These can range in purity based on material and technique. The end product is also referred to as 'kief.'
Refined cannabinoid oil that is
free of taste, smell & flavor.
The base for most edibles
A solvent-less based concentrate resulting from the pressing of bubble hash or cannabis flower put under heat and pressure.
learn more about the different
types of cannabis concentrates
You can read more details about the different types of concentrates by clicking through the slides below.
What is BHO?
Butane hash oil (BHO) is created with the use of butane, which acts as a solvent to extract all those juicy cannabinoids and delicious terpenes!
The process is not complicated but it is dangerous because butane is highly flammable. BHO is used in the production of a number of concentrates, such as nug run, hash, badder/budder, shatter, and more.