WHY USE CBD CONCENTRATES?
ORDERING CBD CONCENTRATES FROM NATURE & BLOOM
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF VAPING A CBD CONCENTRATE?
CBD CONCENTRATES FAQs
The most common concentrate is CBD Isolate, found in almost all CBD vape juice bottles, but as it is highly refined, it lacks a broad spectrum cannabinoid profile – which is preferred by most users who dab CBD.
Products like CBD crumble are broad spectrum, and can be infused with terpenes to mirror profiles found naturally throughout hemp and cannabis.
Depending on the extraction method used, along with the level of refinement a concentrate can range from raw crude CBD (a whole plant extract), tasting very earthy right through to pure CBD Isolate which has no taste at all.
Each concentrate has a different viscosity along with potency, meaning some are easier to use than others.
Other concentrates include crystal, wax and many more.
Terpenes are naturally found all around us, they are the reason why citrus fruits have such a specific taste and why the smell of lavender is considered soothing.
Terpenes have their own effects, and are found abundantly in hemp. Working in partnership with cannabinoids, terpenes can add natural flavour along with improved effects.
Vaping CBD is the most common way to use a concentrate. You can either create your own CBD vape juice, use a dab pen to take hits of CBD dabs or use a dab rig (very popular in the states).
A Concentrate is a high potency CBD extract, exceeding 70% CBD and up to 99.9% depending on the exact type.
CBD oil is a concentrate diluted in a carrier oil. Hence it features a lower percentage of CBD. CBD extracts when consumed on their own, without dilution offer stronger effects than those typically felt by using CBD oil.
Also, CBD concentrates are often consumed via a CBD vape pen or dab rig (or pen) and as a result, are felt quicker as the CBD enters the bloodstream much faster when vaping than when using CBD drops.