Buy mixed Indica CO2 Shatter
Co2 shatter extraction results in a clean, pure, solvent-free extract while retaining Indica terpenes to preserve the natural flavor of the starter strains of cannabis utilized
Shatter is a potent hash oil concentrate.
Hash oils are made by soaking cannabis plant material in solvent, filtering out the spent plant material,
and then using a vacuum oven to boil or “purge” the solvent from the product.
The end result of this process is a potent cannabis oil, or concentrate.
Hashish is one of the most basic types of concentrate – dating back nearly 1,000 years.
It was made by sifting cannabis to collect trichomes (the glands on cannabis that contain THC and other cannabinoids) and pressing with gentle heat into a single bar.
Today, there are many different types of concentrate choices available.
They are increasing in popularity across the country as more and more people find them to be an effective form of medicine.
firstly, Cannabis concentrates are extracts of THC and other active compounds from the cannabis plant.
also, These extracts eliminate plant material concentrating the active compounds found in the plant.
This process increases the potency of the medicine which.
in turn, allows less material to be consumed to reach the desired effect.
Some Few Basic characteristics of this Shatter
Strains: Master Kush, Yoda OG, Sensi Star
Similar to: Mixed Indica Hash, Mixed Indica Kief
Flavors: Earth, Tangerine, Kush-like
Effects: firstly Relaxing, secondly Euphoric, thirdly Hungry, Sleepy, Happy
Medical: Pain, Inflammation, Nausea, Depression, Muscle Spasms
Potency: 70-90% THC Content
Mixed Indica Co2 Shatter is made using Co2 extraction and the highest quality Indica strains of cannabis grown in Canada.
firstly, Indica strains of cannabis and Mixed Indica Co2 Shatter will provide consumers with an intense full body buzz that is purely euphoric and relaxing.
secondly, Indicas are known for providing relief from pain, stress, depression, anxiety and more
making them great products for medical marijuana patients and retail consumers alike.
A look at the new CO2 Shatter
At Canuvo, our shatter is made using supercritical extraction.
This method uses carbon dioxide which is safe and inert, rather than butane, to extract from our premium flower.
Butane is a highly flammable solvent and can remain in concentrates even after purging.
As mentioned above, shatter is a very potent, full spectrum concentrate.
Canuvo’s shatter is high in THCA, accompanied by a broad spectrum of cannabinoids from our flower.
When “dabbed” or vaporized in a pen,
it has a rapid onset and a soaring head high that can bring relief from symptoms including pain and depression CO2 .
however, Many patients feel that shatter has a cleaner, clearer effect than flower on its own.
Shatter is recommended for the experienced cannabis user, as it may be overwhelming for patients with a low tolerance.
Our CO2 shatter is on the shelves now at the dispensary, and is available in ½ gram sizes.
also, Try it now during our introductory promotion at $25
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WAX AND SHATTER
HOW THEY ARE MADE;
The difference between wax and shatter begins in the processing steps.
They are both extractions, which means that the major oils in the marijuana plant that produces psychedelic effects.
The terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids are collected to create a concentrated product to generate a more drastic high that lasts longer than smoking the plant alone.
Extraction that produces wax will use less heat than one that produces shatter.
It will also mix the concentrate much more aggressively for wax than shatter.
In wax, the molecules are much more loosely held together in a haphazard fashion.
This is the easier product to create. Shatter requires more precision.
Instead of the muddle of molecules in wax, the molecules in shatter are tightly aligned.
The filtration of shatter is also more meticulous, leading to a more pure product than wax.
The Obvious Difference
While both options offer roughly 60% higher concentration than traditional cannabis options.
their appearance and texture are very different. Each option is named for its physical characteristics.
Wax is an opaque substance that has a softer consistency and is very easy to handle.
The texture of wax is almost like a butter or thick oil.
Initially, after the extraction, the liquid that will become wax looks like what will become shatteR.
but the final product is a yellowy brown color that looks much like a large piece of earwax.
Shatter has a much harder texture than wax. In fact, it is comparable to rock candy or caramelized sugar.
Rather than being thick and opaque like wax.
shatter is transparent because the tightly packed molecules allow light to pierce through it.
It is a more pure shade of amber.
Use and Results
Most people consider the choice between wax and shatter based on preferences related to use and results.
Due to its glassy texture, shatter is more difficult to use.
However, it has a longer shelf life than that of wax.
When smoked or heated, shatter is often stronger but releases a weaker aroma than wax.
even though wax offers the same medicinal benefits.
The soft state also makes wax less stable than shatter.
so it breaks down more quickly and must be used sooner, but it can be used in different ways more easily.
Both products are suitable for dabbing, and offer many of the same benefits.
though it is more common to use wax for bowl topping.
The surface area is greater with wax which means you need more to last the same amount of time as shatter.
Bowl topping with wax allows you to increase the potency of other kinds of marijuana as well.
Making the Choice
The difference between wax and shatter boils down to preference.
Whether you want something easy to use or more shelf life, both options give the same benefits and results.
If you are new to concentrates, you may want to start with wax and gain some experience before using shatter.
The higher concentration in both and more intense high are helpful for reducing anxiety and pain.
which is why they are growing in popularity with medical marijuana users.
So What’s The Difference?
Nothing really. Both shatter and wax are BHO concentrates that have roughly the same THC potency. They’re both used in dabbing. And they both provide a more powerful, longer-lasting high. The only real difference is in their appearance. This appearance is merely a product of how the concentrate is produced.
That said, there are some use and storage differences that need to be considered:
- Shatter can be more difficult to produce (it’s very finicky).
- Wax can be easier to produce (you don’t have to be as careful).
- Shatter is more stable and tends to last longer.
- Wax is less stable and tends to degrade faster.
- Shatter can be harder to handle, measure, and use because of its brittle nature.
- Wax is usually easier to handle, measure, and use because of its coconut oil consistency.