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Written By: Just Cannabis Staff

Medically Review By: Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.

Updated On: February 24, 2021

 

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Cannabis concentrates (aka weed extracts) is a broad term used to describe concentrated cannabinoid products that come in various forms.  They are known for their potency and high THC levels, making them popular amongst experienced cannabis enthusiasts. From weed waxes like shatter, hash, and budder to distillates and oils, there is no shortage of cannabis concentrates in Canada.

Come shop at Just Cannabis and browse through our massive inventory of quality THC concentrates.

JustCannabis is proud to bring you a massive selection of Canada’s most popular weed concentrates. We source our extracts from the most trusted cannabis distributors in Canada. You can find a wide-range of cannabis concentrates in our shop, such as our shatter, hash, oil, budder, live resin, kief, distillate, moon rocks, phoenix tears, and more. You have to see for yourself just how expansive our selection of marijuana concentrates is. Also, we carry a variety of cannabis topicals, such as our weed creams, balms, lotions, and sprays.

Furthermore, our team takes extra measures to ensure that all our weed concentrates are of the highest quality. We do this by assuring that we only offer products from reliable brands and producers. Our partners lab-test their products, and our team does our tests as well. We carefully handle and store our THC concentrates in custom-designed storage facilities that help keep things as fresh as possible. 

Lastly, our mission is to save you as much as possible when you buy THC concentrates online in Canada at JustCannabis. To make sure this is a reality, we will price match any comparable concentrates that you find at a lower price. Don’t forget about our generous loyalty points system. With each purchase, you will earn points that can be saved and spent on upcoming orders. But most importantly, be sure to check out our promotions page for the latest weekly deals. For instance, you can find fantastic deals such as our February with 50% off sale of select shatter, liver resin, and budder products. We release three new promos each week, so be sure to check in often or sign up and be the first to be notified when new deals go live.

So browse through our vast selection of marijuana concentrates or continue reading for more information on the different categories of products you can find in our cannabis shop.

 

What are Cannabis Concentrates?

Cannabis concentrates are essential oils1 extracted from the cannabis plant. These essential oils are unique in their way; some are used for their anti-microbial properties, whereas you can use others for their aroma. 

The primary component of weed concentrates is THC. Trichomes, which surround the budding plant, contain almost 90% of the plant’s total THC content. These trichomes are the primary source of THC in cannabis concentrates and are either vaporized or inhaled. 

Just be sure to use caution since the potency is much higher than regular marijuana buds, and the high is often more intense. 

 

Different Types of Cannabis Concentrates

There have been various weed concentrates enter the market in recent times. The common attribute of concentrates is that they have high THC levels compared to the original buds. Below are some of the most common cannabis concentrates found in Canada.

Shatter: This group of concentrate belongs to the weed wax family. Shatter weed is a wax that is a hard substance that is clear and typically amber in colour.

Hash: You can make hashish by compressing trichomes together. This process is done so by hand-rubbing and screen-sieving.

Oil: Cannabis oil is one of the most common forms of cannabis concentrate in Canada. You can find these items in the form of tinctures, and you can take them by placing a few drops of oil under your tongue. 

Budder: A clever wordplay on “butter,” the cannabis product budder is just as smooth and creamy.

Kief | Dry Sift: These are the crystals that you remove from buds. Dry sift (aka kief) is any trichome that falls off the plant. 

Distillate: THC Distillate is one of the purest forms of cannabis concentrate. The majority of unwanted plant material gets removed in the distillation process.

Moon Rocks: These are buds that have been dipped in a concentrate and then covered in kief. Moonrocks are a triple treat of marihuana goodness. 

Phoenix Tears: These items belong to the cannabis oil family. The difference between THC Phoenix Tears and marijuana oil is in the method of extraction. The result is a product that you take in the same way as you would weed oil. 

Topicals: These items are different from the rest of the cannabis concentrates because you can apply topicals externally and not consume them. THC topicals are not products that you eat or smoke. Instead, you use cannabis creams on affected areas on the skin.

Benefits of THC
Benefits of THC

Benefits of Using Weed Extracts

The most significant benefit of cannabis extracts is that you get high with less plant material.

Furthermore, cannabis concentrates provide users with a wide range of therapeutic effects. It may help the consumer in alleviating chronic pain, stress, and anxiety. 

 

Below are some of the most common effects associated with marijuana concentrates use:

Relaxation Happiness Uplifted-ness
Focus Creativity Energy 
Euphoria Lethargy Sedation
Hunger Lethargy Giggles

 

Medical Benefits

Medical weed users love cannabis extracts because of their potent nature. The high THC levels are great for relaxation and numbing effects, making concentrates great for easing muscle pains and stress-related symptoms. Other uses include promoting hunger and inducing sleep.

Perhaps, the most common uses for cannabis extracts are to help counteract the adverse effects of stress, anxiety, and depression.

However, take THC concentrates in appropriate doses so that you receive the ideal set of balanced effects. Overconsumption can often cause uncomfortable sensations that can interfere with the desired therapeutic effects. 

Below are some of the most common medical uses of marijuana:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Aches Pains Inflammation
Muscle Spasms Insomnia Lack of Appetite
Vomiting ADD/ADHD PTSD
Glaucoma Epilepsy Addictions
Fatigue Nausea Spasticity
Movement Disorders Autoimmune Issues Psychiatric Symptoms

 

Possible Side Effects

Below are some of the most common adverse effects associated with cannabis concentrate use.

Dry Mouth Red Eyes Lethargy
Dizziness Paranoia Anxiousness
Headaches Nausea Vomiting
Chest Pain Rapid Heart Rate Memory Retention Issues
Coordination Issues Respiratory Irritation Increased Heart Rate
Low Blood Pressure Drowsiness Restlessness

 

Ways to take Cannabis Extracts

The method to use will largely depend on what type of marijuana concentrate you are taking. For example, many weed waxes such as shatter you can dab, whereas distillates are usually vaped or infused into edibles meant for consumption. However, some methods suit specific THC concentrates more than others. 

Below are some of the most common ways to take cannabis extracts.

Dabbing: The dab is the most common method of taking most cannabis concentrates. This method requires a dab rig.

Vaping: Requires a vape pen and vape cartridge, or you can buy pre-filled vape cartridges.

Smoking: Smoking involves mixing extracts in a bong, pipe, or joint.

Eating: Cannabis edibles are the most discreet way of consuming cannabis.

 

Alternative Products 

Cannabis holds title to a wide range of THC-based products. There are marijuana flowers, weed edibles, concentrates, and vapes. Also, there are CBD products that don’t cause intoxication. There are even magic mushroom products that are sure to take you on a psychedelic journey.

 

Below are some of the most popular alternatives to cannabis concentrates.

  • Weed Edibles: For non-smokers, or for anyone who just can’t smoke in a particular situation, cannabis edibles are perfect.
  • Cannabis Flower: For those old-fashioned stoners out there, you can never replace traditional marijuana buds. 
  • CBD Products: If you want the benefits that cannabinoids provide without getting high, CBD oil is worth a shot. 
  • Magic Mushrooms: These psilocybin-based goodies are for those looking for an out-of-this-world hallucinogenic experience.

 

Buy Weed Edibles Online in Canada | Just Cannabis

The many types of weed extract have different price ranges due to several factors. On the lower end of the price range, you can generally find hash. On the higher end, you can find live diamonds, terp sauces, and live resin. And in the middle, you can find the weed waxes, such as shatter, budder, and crumble. Whatever it is you are looking for, at Just Cannabis, we have you covered. So come shop at Canada’s best online dispensary and start saving big now! Join the cannabis concentrate Canada community and see what the big deal is. 

 

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