Cannabis Therapy explains the primary differences between Cannabis shatter and Cannabis Wax in this article. You will have a clear idea of what each one is and in which instances you should use it – so read on…
We refer to it as Cannabis Shatter, but there are many industry names for the same product. You may have heard of Cannabis wax, honeycomb, crumble, sap, budder, pull and snap or oil. All these names refer to the same product, namely Cannabis Shatter.
For our readers who are only hearing about this version of cannabis extract today, let us explain more clearly what a cannabis extract is. A cannabis extract is a concentrated form of the cannabis plant’s most effective compounds, THC and CBD. The process of extracting the essence of the cannabis plant can be done in several ways, the most common method involving the use of solvents and butane. Cannabis Therapy believes that the chemical extraction process damages the product. We therefore use a highly scientific method to get the concentrate out, without compromising the creation process. Once the process is complete, you are left with a very high quality, potent oil that is ideal for use in a vaporiser or for dabbing. You will also discover that after the process to extract the concentrate, depending on the method you have used, you will end up with a product with a particular consistency – which is evidence of the quality of the extracts. If you would like to know more about our in-house method, please do not hesitate to contact us today.
What exactly is Cannabis Shatter?
The extract known more commonly as Cannabis Shatter, has the reputation in the cannabis world of being the cleanest and purest type of cannabis extract.The primary reason that the shatter resembles a clear sheet of glass is because of the process that was used to extract the cannabis extract.
What exactly is Cannabis Wax?
Have you heard of Cannabis Wax? Cannabis Wax is a term describing oils that have lost some of their transparency during the extraction process. The fact that the product is not purely transparent does not mean it is sub-standard. It is simply a by-product of the manufacturing process. Example: A bread baking in the oven is left in for 1 or two minutes longer. The result is a slightly browner but not burnt loaf. Similarly, we have the colour distinction between the Cannabis Wax and Cannabis Shatter.