How to Make THC Vape Oil With 7 Different Concentrates

 

Experiencing cannabis is more than just smoking a usual joint or munching on edibles, these aren’t even the most potent products and they’re already a hit. It’s time to branch out to the good stuff –  the diverse world of concentrates and extracts. 

 

At first, the jargon and options can be overwhelming, but here’s what you only need to know: it can get you super high. Possibly higher than you’ve ever been. If that got your attention, then dive in.

 

If this is your first time hearing about cannabis concentrates, it’s basically the extracted product from cannabis plants which is then processed to remove impurities and only keep the desirable compounds: cannabinoids and terpenes. If you enjoy getting intoxicated in the effect of cannabis, it’s because of these two compounds.

 

Concentrates can be consumed in various ways, but one of the most popular methods is by vaporizing it.  If you’re an avid vaper with a curiosity for homemade chemistry, then making THC vape oil would be an exciting process.

 

YouTuber HowToWeed provides a step-by-step guide on how to make THC vape oil from various concentrates and comparing which one is the best. Consider this your crash course to the different kinds of concentrates to upgrade your vape game.

 

Introduction to different concentrates

Live resin

This concentrate is produced in a similar fashion to BHO or butane honey oil except being made from fresh flowers, which are then flash frozen as opposed to bud that has been dried and cured. The cryogenic freezing of fresh and non-dried cannabis blossoms help attract a wide range of cannabinoids and terpenes.

 

Caviar

Caviar is made in the same process as a high-terpene full-spectrum extract. What makes caviar different is that during the purging process, terpenes are actively captured through a sophisticated method of subzero terpene trapping. The terpenes are then reintroduced into the mixture by breaking down the crystals to the point where it looks like its namesake.

 

Terp Sauce

This solvent concentrate has a sticky, liquid consistency. Terp Sauce contains high levels of terpenes and is typically the most flavorful out of all extracts. The sauce is produced by utilizing a closed-loop system, allowing the resulting solution to settle under various pressures and temperatures.

Shatter

Shatter is a solidified solvent-based extract. Its moniker came from its translucent appearance and tendency to break like glass.

Butter

This particular concentrate is unique in structure as it has a soft, solid consistency that is strikingly similar to a stick of butter. It’s one of many concentrate textures and appears in rosin and solvent-based extractions.

Sugar Wax

Sugar Wax has a full flavor and slightly grainy texture. It’s thicker and not as sticky compared to other concentrates. Many people prefer Sugar Wax for its rich and more complex flavor profile.

Distillate

A potent cannabis concentrate that has been systematically stripped off of all materials and compounds except one specific cannabinoid: THC.

Making THC vape oil with concentrates

Transfer the concentrates to separate containers

If you’re dealing with various concentrates, it’s best to put it in separate containers to properly taste and vaporize each one.

 

Sugar Wax can be quite difficult to transfer to another container due to its sticky consistency. If any material gets