Information on THC Distillate :
A drop of distillate sits perched on the edge of a dabbing tool. Taut like a raindrop, this viscus and opaque orb glimmers as it rests within the concave folds of titanium. Encased within this drop of goodness is a semi-translucent, 99% pure decarboxylated and distilled tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) sap. Dollar for dollar, this morsel of oil is worth more by weight than just about any other consumable substance on the market, and for good reason: Cannabis oil distillates are arguably the future of cannabis concentrates.
A mature cannabis plant is known to contain hundreds of identifiable cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, each responsible for playing a role in interacting with our endocannabinoid systems. Through what is widely referred to as “the entourage effect,” these compounds interact with one another to give us the unique experiences we desire. When it comes to creating cannabis concentrates, cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are pulled from the vegetative material of the cannabis plant together though various extraction processes. In order to distill these compounds into their purest form, additional layers of refinement must be executed. This process is known as “fractional” or “short path distillation,” and it is known to produce single compound oils that can reach upwards of 99% purity.
Fractionation and short path distillation in and of themselves are nothing new. In fact, these methods have been used for many years, both in the early days of cannabis distillation research as well as in other commercial industries alike. For example, the fragrance and essential oil industries can be credited for piloting many of the same fundamental refinement principles that we see overlapping in today’s cannabis distillate manufacturing scene. Steam distillation as well as fractionation are two common techniques that have been adopted from the botanical oil extraction markets by cannabis processors to make various oil distillates. These techniques work specifically for cannabis in the same ways they would for other botanical refinement systems ranging from fragrances to cooking oils.
ROBERT GUILLEMETTE –
Very good high amazing product 10 out of 10.
This Delta8’s is a nice head buzz , not crazy couch locking, perfect for those who are trying distillate for the first time. Not ae potent as some rso’s I’ve made from the shake I purchased from you guys, but still a good deal for the price point.
Andrew Raven –
Last time these were 399 now 299 woot woot
I’ve been into concentrates since the very early 70’s back in the 70’s back when law enforcement didn’t have a clue what hashoil was.
Ive had golden and amber hued honey oils, regional imported hashoil oils,
With the availability of these concentrates today and new technologies, quality, price point, palate and potency, I don’t understand why the masses are still combusting unnecessary plant material. Concentrates are the way to go. Why inhale all that unnecessary plant material with all those tars, clogging your airway? Oils are a much healthier option.
Judy Bailey –
Excellent Quality! Very clear and super thick. I’ll definitely be buying this again.