Cannabis flower refers to the dried flower bud, sometimes referred to as a “nug,” of a female cannabis plant. Typically, the flower of a marijuana plant is what’s harvested, dried, cured, and sold at dispensaries, but flower is also used to create other cannabis products like concentrates, tinctures, and oils. Flower contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids that help to create the psychoactive effects experienced when smoking marijuana. It also contains flavonoids and trichomes, a significant source of THC and terpenes, the organic aromas found in the oils of flowering marijuana. Marijuana flowers are so complex that researchers are still trying to understand exactly all the compounds that exist within these unique plants and how they may affect our bodies.
Cannabis pre-rolls contain pre-ground cannabis flower, rolled and ready-to-go. Pre-rolls are simply cannabis joints that have been rolled ahead of time for you. Standard pre-rolls contain three components: cannabis, wrapping (or rolling) paper, and a small filter (crutch) at the end that goes into your mouth.
Live rosin is a high-end product produced by using fresh frozen cannabis flower that is washed in ice water hash baths, freeze-dried, and then pressed. Connoisseurs understand how SKUs made with live rosin preserve terpene profiles while offering a pure solvent-free extract.
Dry Cure Rosin
Cured means that they have been dried and cured after harvest before being extracted. Curing rosin involves subjecting rosin to various temperatures within a sealed glass jar over time. The specific way in which rosin is cured has an impact on the flavor, potency, and consistency of the final product.
Bubble hash is essentially isolated trichomes which have been collected from cannabis plants using cold water and ice, which are then filtered by micron size and dried for consumption.
THCA diamonds are one of the purest THC-dominant cannabis concentrates on the market, containing up to 99.9% THC when heated.
THCA diamonds are typically vaporized or “dabbed,” either in combination with flower, within a concentrate, or for those with very high tolerance, on their own. Before they’re exposed to heat, diamonds are composed of Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA). THCA is the precursor to THC, the cannabinoid primarily responsible for the intoxicating feelings associated with cannabis, among its other therapeutic benefits like pain relief or appetite stimulation.
When heated, the THCA content converts to THC. The high levels of THC makes THCA diamonds among the most potent cannabis concentrates on the market.