Wholesale Concentrates .Concentrates are cannabis-derived extracts that contain concentrated amounts of the psychoactive compound
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and a multiplicity of other cannabinoids and terpenes.
Popularity and demand for concentrates have increased dramatically with the legalization of marijuana in several states. This exponential growth in
consumer interest has refined concentrate extraction methods to innovative heights,
which is why so many new and exciting forms of concentrates are
emerging. Concentrates are a great option for seasoned cannabis consumers looking to increase the intensity of their high, as well as flavor
connoisseurs seeking to taste the most exquisite terpene profiles. Medical marijuana patients in need of relief also turn to concentrates for a direct, economical and fast-acting solution to their ailments.
Hashish is the oldest form of concentrate known to man and despite the illegality of cannabis in some of the Middle East, countries like Lebanon and India still produce black market hash for export.
There is many ways to collect the resin glands from cannabis flowers, but arguably the most common method of trichome collection over the years is
facilitated through the use of a three-chamber grinder. During the grinding process, trichomes sieves through a mesh screen and broken off of the
cannabis flower through what we know as agitation. The collected trichomes can then be used for a variety of concentrate production methods, or simply smoked as kief.
Why Consume Concentrates?
Along with cannabis edibles, Health Canada is taking extra time to develop the regulations that will govern commercially-produced cannabis concentrates. (The official word is that license production and sales of concentrates and edibles will “permit no later than 12 months following the coming into force of the proposed legislation” — in other words, no later than Oct. 17, 2019.)
For more information, you might want to read this Leaf News story from April about vape pens, an increasingly popular form of marijuana consumption that involves concentrated cannabis oil. When we contacted Health Canada to ask why they were taking so long to create the rules that
will allow vape pens and other concentrates, a spokeswoman provided us with the following statement:
“We have learned from U.S. states that have legalized and regulated access to cannabis that concentrates,
including liquid vaping solutions that
typically have potencies of 50 per cent to 60 per cent THC, present unique health and safety risks and require careful study in order to develop
appropriate regulatory safeguards. And as such, we are taking a cautious, public health approach to the development of these regulations, based on
the best evidence available.”
The Health Canada spokeswoman also told us that the federal cannabis legalization task force highlighted a key issue for regulating concentrates: “The health risks associated with products that have high levels of THC.”
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