THC Distillate
THC Distillate
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THC Distillate : The Vaping One

What is THC distillate ?

When discussing THC concentrates one of the most  popular is THC distillate.  In the modern health conscious world we are often looking to healthier ways to eat, live, and in some cases ingest THC!  The THC distillation process is split into two parts.  First removing the terpenes from the cannabinoids and the second taking out the lipids, impurities and solvents.  The product remaining product is odourless, clear, nearly tasteless distillate.  After the process the terpenes can be re-added or the THC distillate can be artificially flavoured.  Modern techniques are so thorough that literally everything is separated during the process

Benefits of THC distillate.

Purity and Cleanliness

One of the main benefits of using distillate is the extremely high level of purity.  The average THC content of flower is around 15-20%, BHO, PHO and C02 extraction 70-85%.  Distillation removes almost all matter and solvent leaving 90-99percent pure THC.  Although studies have proven that the plant matter of bud isn’t carcinogenic, the smoke produced when smoking flower isn’t beneficial to the lungs- therefore can be considered harmful.  Regular Butane and propane processing required binding agents to remain behind.  With nearly all the impurities  removed, THC distillate is one of the cleanest ways to ingest THC.

Discrete, Non Invasive, Fast Acting

Due the to pure process of distillation the resulting product is nearly tasteless and odourless therefore producing an indistinct smoke or vapour.  While we love the smell of marijuana, it isn’t always appropriate at work or in public.  Marijuana smoke can bother others and attract unwanted attention.  Many medical patients use distillate due to the relatively small dose/THC content.  A small amount of THC distillate would take the equivalent of smoking a large amount of bud.  Less smoke, cleaner smoke, and more effective!  Because the THC is already activated distillate effects are felt almost immediately after consumption.

Versatility

The resting state of THC distillate coupled with having the THC already activated make its application nearly endless (so to speak).  No matter the lifestyle there is a use for distillate!

Vaporizing

Considered the healthiest way to ingest anything smokable.  There are many products from disposable, semi-disposable replaceable cartridge based battery packs, or fully reloadable high end units .  Discrete pens are the ultimate in convenience for the user on the run.

Dabbing

Dabs are one of the most popular methods to consuming THC concentrates. Vapourizing the THC on a hot surface, taking a dab form of THC distillate is a great way to consume cannabis without needlessly wasting end product.  Dab tools can very from simple pen like instruments to elaborate rigs.

Joints/flower mixing

Often overlooked, THC distillate makes the ultimate companion to the classic methods!  Adding distillate to a joint not only adds delicious flavour but also helps with even buring and adds and extra kick!  Mix some distillate in with your buds for flavour-popping, potent bowls in your pipe or bong.

Orally

Perhaps the key element of THC distillate is that the tetrahydrocannabinol is already activated.  Activated THC opens the door to distillate being able to taken orally.  A pure drop under the tongue,  tinctures and gel capsules are by far the most discrete ways to take medicine.  Adding THC distillate to baking recipes or infusing sweets with distillate have, in recent times, become the most popular to produce edibles.

Of all the THC concentrates on the market today THC distillate is by far the most versatile and without doubt is here to stay.

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “THC Distillate : The Vaping One”

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  2. BuddieID_02421

    I love Dabbing. I would rather Dab than smoke a bong or joint. Also seems to bother people less than regular smoking.

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