The popularity of CBD (cannabidiol) is booming. There are so many CBD products on the market today. In this article, you will learn more about the different kinds of CBD concentrates – from wax to shatter.
Before we look deeper into CBD concentrates. Let us understand first what is CBD.
CBD is the second most popular cannabinoids found in the cannabis
CBD was first isolated in the 1940s. Unlike THC, it does not get you high. It is known to have numerous health benefits including treating seizures and schizophrenia, reducing chronic pain and inflammation, and preventing cancer from spreading in the body.
CBD also alleviates stress, promotes better sleep, and the growth of new neurons in the brain. It acts on your endocannabinoid system (ECS) – particularly the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
Now that you know some of the incredible benefits of CBD, let us discuss how to take CBD.
What is a CBD Concentrate?
CBD Hash. It is relatively easy to create
CBD Oil. This is the simplest form of CBD
CBD Isolate. This is the purest form of CBD. Unlike CBD oil and hash, it doesn’t contain any other chemicals. CBD isolates only contain CBD. You can use CO2 extraction method to produce CBD isolate.
CO2 extraction is the most common method of producing CBD oil. It is super safe and produces a very pure oil. However, it requires expensive equipment and expertise. You will likely not try this at home.
Another method of extracting CBD is using a solvent like butane or ethanol to collect the CBD. The cannabis
If you don’t prefer to ingest CBD orally, you may try dabbing. This involves heating it and inhaling the vapor. This is suitable for you if you use CBD to treat chronic pain. You can take large quantities of CBD quickly through the lungs.
To dab CBD, you choose the right form like a CBD budder, wax, or shatter. These concentrates are prepared in different ways.