Cannabis concentrates can be divided among two main categories: solvent and solventless extractions. Concentrates are an isolation of cannabis compounds through different extraction processes. The end result is a pure separation of the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant. A cannabis flower might contain up to 20% THC content whereas concentrates can contain up to 100% THC. The benefits allow cannabis users to consume higher levels of compounds through much smaller doses. Concentrates include wax, rosin, live resin, oil, honey oil, budder and shatter. Cannabis concentrates can be consumed through a variety of methods including through food products, topically or using devices such as pipes, bowls, e-cigarettes, vape pens and vaporizers.