Jungle Boys Concentrates are cannabis products made from concentrated cannabinoids and terpenes found in marijuana flower. When concentrates are extracted from the plant, the main goal—besides changing the consistency—is to keep the popular elements of cannabis that affect its potency, flavor, and aroma.
To make concentrates, the flower is put through a process known as extraction that creates an aromatic, potent, and sometimes even sticky, substance. When this product is consumed, the cannabis enthusiast can experience the concentrated effect of the cannabis without the plant material. In their reduced form, some concentrates may allow you to experience higher THC levels, which average around 50-90%. (Traditional flower can be anywhere from 10-25% THC though there are some strains like Godfather OG that pack a whopping 34% THC.)
Concentrates usually come packaged in a small circular container that resembles lip-balm. However, some cannabis concentrates come packaged in a flat plastic bag. The packaging varies due to the concentrate’s consistency. And the concentrate’s consistency and compound profile depend on the method of its extraction.
Taking a “dab” or “dabbing” refers to the action of smoking cannabis concentrates. There are many ways to dab concentrates, including, in a rig, in a vape, or with a nectar collector. Each dabbing method comes with its own set of tools and unique approaches. Read on to learn about each way concentrates are smoked.