What is Diamond Sauce?
In a cannabis context, the term diamond has a few different meanings. It’s often used to describe pure tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) crystalline, also known as “THCA diamonds” or “THC diamonds,” as well as THCA crystalline that was developed in the presence of a terpene-rich solution.
In a jar of sauce, diamonds are the crystalline structures that develop at the bottom of the container. Concentrate enthusiasts will be familiar with sauce carts, or vape cartridges loaded with terpene-heavy sauce. These cannabis diamonds may also refer to the crystalline structures leftover after terp sauce has been removed from the initial sauce mixture. These diamonds are usually coated in residual sauce. Diamonds can also refer to pure crystalline THCA that have been isolated from refined oil.
How to consume Diamond Sauce?
THC-A Diamonds is best consumed by either using it in smoke accessories like a Dab-Bong, eDab-Rig, or vaporizers. Cannabis concentrates like budders require a high temperature of 450 degrees F to fully activated all their cannabis compounds and deliver the best effects to the user. Please ensure that you do set your instruments to not exceed 550 degrees F as terpenes are susceptible to high temperatures and tend to burn off before they are consumed.
Sold in 1 gram plastic jars.
Suggested to keep in a cool, dark place free from moisture. Diamond Sauce are known to harden over time and turn into a buttery texture, it is a natural evolution of the product over time and still can be used normally.
How to soften your Diamond Sauce? Close the jar lid fully and dip the plastic jar in a cup of lukewarm water and within a half-hour, the terp sauce should become softer to handle.
What is Live Resin? Live resin is a type of cannabis concentrate that is produced using a unique technique—freshly harvested cannabis is frozen to a subcritical temperature prior to and throughout the extraction process, skipping the drying and curing phases. The drying and curing process that a cannabis plant typically undergoes can have a devastating impact on terpenes, the compounds that account for flavor and aroma. They are present in the trichomes, which line virtually every surface of a mature cannabis bud and its surrounding foliage. During drying
Be sure to use a dabber tool to get the live resin in the oven of the dab pen, then click the button and you’re set.
Green Crack is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that was bred by inbreeding Skunk #1. Green Crack is usually Sativa-dominant, but there’s also a less popular Indica-heavy version of the strain. Green Crack got its name from Snoop Dogg, though it’s also known as Green Cush or simply Cush among smokers who prefer not to reference cocaine. The high is decidedly cerebral, with a big mood boost and a jolt of energy. This strain spurs creativity and helps patients get things done. It’s most effective in treating anxiety and depression, along with ADHD, PTSD, and migraines. Green Crack has a sweet flavor with tropical and citrus notes.
What is Shatter? Shatter is an extract, which is a type of cannabis concentrate that’s produced using a combination of weed plant materials and solvents. The appearance of shatter weed is typically translucent, though its colouring can range from bright honeylike amber to a darker yellow shade like olive oil.
How to consume Shatter? Shatter can be dabbed, but not all dabs are considered to be shatter. Referred to as “dabbing,” this popular method involves a small water pipe called a rig with a flat bowl, and a “nail,” which is designed to tolerate high temperatures. In this case, the consumer would be dabbing shatter, but other forms of concentrates can also be considered as dabs.
How to store Shatter? Ideally shatters are best stored in the fridge (avoid deep freezers). With time and moisture in the air, the shatter may turn into a wax, butter-like consistency. This doesn’t mean the shatter has gone bad, it is a natural evolution of the product over time.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 65% Sativa / 45% Indica
Cerebral, Creative, Energizing, Focus, Happy
Anxiety, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, PTSD, Stress