Concentrates are made to cook with, dab, or apply sublingually. As a concentrated form of the plant, they have higher cannabinoid and terpene content than other consumption methods. With fast-acting, long-lasting, and potent effects, they’re ideal for experienced consumers or those in need of powerful symptom relief.
FOR HEAVY-HITTING PAIN RELIEF
A favorite cannabis consumption method for experienced consumers and those in need of intense relief.
Cannabis concentrates are best suited for experienced consumers or those in need of intense symptom relief. Because they’re a highly concentrated form of the plant, they’re one of the most potent consumption method options. Their consistencies vary depending on the extraction method used to produce them. Some are sticky and saucy, ideal for dabbing (or flash-vaporizing). Others are crumbly or brittle like glass and can be used for dabbing or for sprinkling over flower in a bowl or joint. Depending on the concentrate you choose, you can also use them to cook with or apply them sublingually.
Expect the effects of concentrates to come on in less than a minute if dabbed and last for 1 to 4 hours.
If you use a sublingual concentrate, effects kick in within 30 minutes and last for 2 to 4 hours.
Cooking with concentrates delivers effects within the same window as edibles.
- Near immediate effects, depending on how you consume
- Extremely potent
- Minimal odor
- Stronger flavor
- Not always an on-the-go method
- Can agitate the lungs if you choose to dab
- Difficult to dose if dabbing