Important Information About CBD Concentrates
In years gone by, there were limitations about what could be done with hemp and cannabis plants. This has all changed thanks to new technology and innovative extraction processes. It’s now possible to take much greater quantities of cannabinoids at once. For the natural health market, this has meant the arrival of cannabidiol (CBD) concentrates.
In this post, we’ll explore all the different CBD concentrate products available, and discuss the benefits of using them.
An introduction to CBD
CBD is everywhere, and surveys have shown that the reasons for taking it are widespread. From mental conditions like anxiety and depression, to physical problems such as chronic pain and arthritis, people are finding that CBD can offer them relief.
CBD has emerged from nowhere, due to a new wave in cannabinoid research. Uncovering the endocannabinoid system (ECS) has sparked study after study into the benefits of CBD. The beauty of CBD products in comparison to cannabis is that they are non-psychoactive.
Given the reputation of cannabis as a recreational drug with side effects, many are reluctant to use it for therapeutic purposes. That dilemma is non-existent with CBD, which is not only non-intoxicating, but non-addictive, too.
Different types of CBD concentrate
Crystals are perhaps the best-known type of CBD concentrate. It’s not unusual for CBD crystals to be almost entirely comprised of CBD. These CBD-isolate crystals are often used as the base for various CBD products, particularly e-liquids.
Also popular is CBD wax, shatter and crumble. While slightly different, all of these products essentially offer the same thing – lots of highly concentrated CBD.
The benefits of CBD concentrates
For those seeking potent CBD relief in very high doses, CBD concentrates are head and shoulders above any other CBD product on the market. Concentrates also allow large doses to be administered in just seconds.
This is extremely useful for conditions like neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, migraines and anxiety, where symptoms are intense and acute. Any treatment for these health problems needs to work quickly, or the user won’t receive the benefits needed to improve their quality of life.
How to use CBD concentrates
Concentrate enthusiasts may wish to invest in a dabbing rig with a nail or electronic nail. Dabbing is essentially a supercharged version of vaping. The concentrate is held up to the nail, and the cool CBD-rich vapor is then inhaled.
You can also vape extracts like wax in vaporizers that are designed to cope with concentrates. As CBD-isolate crystals will dissolve into e-liquid, you could add some to your vape tank to increase the potency of a vape juice.
While less common, some like to eat their crystals for a potent edible experience. Similarly, CBD concentrate wax can be added to a hot beverage. The versatility of concentrates is a big plus for any CBD user, and especially those who like to experiment with their products.
CBD concentrate for sale at CBDVapeJuice.net
We have plenty of CBD oil concentrate products available at CBDVapeJuice.net. Here’s a more detailed look at a few of them.
CBD Genesis DABWAX
This is our very own CBD concentrate product, which is made with a pure hemp extract that has been taken from the plant using the supercritical CO2 extraction process.
This type of extraction is much preferable to solvent extraction, ensuring that the end product is as pure as can be, and contains no foreign matter. The benefits of CO2 extraction are reflected in the third-party lab report provided by Botanacor Services, which is freely accessible on the product page.
CBDistillery is one of the most recognizable hemp-derived CBD brands in America. We have three types of CBD concentrate from them in our store, all of which have some unique properties.
Pure Isolate Slab: CBD is the only therapeutic agent in this CBD-isolate concentrate. As concentrate use tends to involve taking high doses of CBD, for people who always face the possibility of a random drugs test, keeping THC out of the body completely is a priority. Hemp-based products are legally allowed to have as much as 0.3 percent THC, but this CO2-extracted isolate is THC-free. The product weighs 1g and contains almost 1000mg of CBD.
Broad-spectrum: This concentrate is made with a whole-plant hemp extract, providing the user with all the benefits offered by the lesser cannabinoids and terpenes. A full extract is also able to produce the synergistic ‘entourage effect’, increasing the therapeutic potential of all cannabinoids. The broad-spectrum concentrate from CBDistillery has cannabigerol (CBG) as well as CBD. As an 80% wax, there is 800mg of full-spectrum extract in this 1g product.
Terpsolate: The Terpsolate is a combination of CBD-isolate and terpenes. This THC-free product has enhanced flavor thanks to the terpenes, but is still made with 99% pure CBD. Various terpene profiles are available, with their names taken from famous cannabis strains like Jack Herer and Blue Dream.
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