Cannabis Concentrates Canada
Concentrates are, as the name states, concentrated forms of THC and CBD. They are created by extracting cannabinoids and terpenes from cannabis, and concentrates contain a higher proportion of cannabinoids and terpenes than regular cannabis flower.
With so many kinds of concentrates, Kootenay Botanicals’ menu reflects the diversity of options for all tastes and preferences.
For those who want to try a variety of hash, the Hash Sampler is a great place to start.
Most Popular Concentrates:
Concentrates Product Categories:
- Soft and pliable
- Range of colors and flavors
- Soothes pains and aches
- Relieves stress and tension
- 20-60% THC levels
Choose from crumbled cakes like Bubble Hash, Hash — Orange Cake, or concentrated oils like CO2 Oil (Shhhh) or crystalline hash like CBD Isolate (CBD Move).
- Entirely plant-derived
- Unique flavor profile
- Approximately 80% THC
- Long shelf life
BHO & CO2 Shatter Kief
- Extracted from organic cannabis
- 60- 90% THC levels
- Unrivaled aromas and flavors
- Low amount of impurities
- Easy to take
Kief (Dry Sift)
- Fine sifted
- Sweet berry aromas and vanilla hints
- Strong Kush tones
- Relief from chronic pain
- Full-body relaxation
- Extracted from quality flowers
- Unmatched purity & sheer versatility
- Most potent and pure THC concentrate
Cannabis Wax & Budder
- Solid, non-transparent
- Stronger than plant-based starting materials
- 20-30% Terpenes
- A wide selection of strains
Benefits of Concentrates:
Concentrates have a rapid onset time. They can deliver an elevated high better than natural cannabis flowers. They absorb into the bloodstream fast, so you will experience their effects almost immediately. Their effects can last from about one to three hours, depending on the dosage.
Concentrates offer cannabis in a variety of textures — oils, crystals, badder, budder, sugar, and sauce. Concentrates contain infusions of different aromas and flavors minus the fluid, peel, or pulp or other unwanted materials. Because they are pure, their flavors are also more pronounced.
How to Use Concentrates:
There are many ways of consuming concentrates. You can vaporize them using a portable vaporizer or dab rig and inhale them, add them to your food, consume them directly, or sprinkle them onto your cannabis flower before rolling a joint.