Shatter CBD : Premium CBD Concentrate


CBD shatter is an extract, which is a type of cannabis concentrate produced using a combination of herb plant materials and solvents.

Shatter can be easier to handle than oil, and there is something satisfying about vaporizing this amber glass.

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The appearance of the shatter extract is typically translucent, although its coloration can vary from a bright honey-like amber to a darker yellow hue like olive oil.

How to consume Shatter CBD

Shatter can be dabbed, but not all dab is considered shatter.

Called “dabbing,” this popular method involves a small tube of water 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 and extracts can also be considered Dabs.

It generally takes only one minute of heating the plant material with butane before the gold-colored oil leaks out of the glass tube and into the container.

The oil in the glass container is then heated to evaporation levels by the butane and the harmful substances from the oil are removed.

How to store it?

Cleaned oil should be stored in an airtight container until ready to use.

Ideally it is best stored in the refrigerator (avoid freezers).

With time and moisture in the air, it can turn into a wax with a butter-like consistency.

This does not mean it has gone bad; it is a natural evolution of the product over time.


How is Shatter CBD made ?

It is also known as “budder” or “honeycomb” and “shatter” and has been reported to have a CBD concentration of about 80% (compared to traditional cannabis which is about 14-25%).

The process for making shatter is relatively easy. It involves soaking, or “sandblasting,” the cannabis buds and finishing them with liquefied butane ( see BHO ) to separate the trichomes from the plant. The resulting mixture is then collected and heated to purge as much butane as possible.

The purged mixture is then allowed to settle and settle so that a thin sheet of extract can be formed.

Wax, budder, and other types of concentrates are often stirred, whipped, or shaken during various stages of the production process. This agitates the individual molecules within the extract and creates a final product that has a cloudy, perhaps even creamy, appearance and consistency.

Shatter is not agitated during the heating processes. This is why it has its translucent appearance .

Contrary to what some people like to believe, translucency has nothing to do with its purity; the purity of the extract depends on how well it has been purified of its solvents and the quality of the cannabis used to produce it.