So, what exactly makes this THC distillate different than shatter or wax or any other concentrate? The difference exists between two things. First, THC distillate is more potent and pure. However, the major difference is in how they are made.

In today's health-conscious society, many are seeking healthier options for optimal living, this holds true with Cannabis consumption as well. The finished product from a distillate process results in 90-99% THC- That is an abundance! Compared to the 15-25% range found in flowers, or the 60-80% found in BHO and Co2 made concentrates.

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Not only is THC distillate pure with an enormous amount of THC content, but it also is a concentrate that is inherently odorless. The lack of odor lends THC distillate as the ideal choice for medicating in public spaces, like work, social gathering or events, where it is generally frowned upon or deemed unacceptable.

This level of THC content will not only appeal to recreational users, but it also benefits those who rely on THC's potency for medical reasons.

Cannabinoids have long been thought to be effective in reducing pain and findings from double-blind, placebo-controlled studies have substantiated such hypotheses. This demonstrates that smoked and vaporized marijuana decrease subjective ratings of pain in neuropathic pain populations.

Active Ingredients Δ9-THC, (89-90%)
Other Ingredients Composition Organic Terpenes/flavorants (10-11%)
Legal Status Legal in states with recreational and medical cannabis programs.
Process Drying/Curing > Decarboxylation > Superfluid Extract > Winterization > Rotory Evaporation > High-Vacuum Residual Solvent Removal > Vacuum Distillation > Flavor Addition
Relevant Literature Oregon Liquor Control Commission (2020), Meehan-Atrash et al. (2021)

Because of its recent legalization for medical use in a number of US states, marijuana is now being prescribed therapeutically to manage a wide variety of pain conditions.

In addition to their potential analgesic effects, marijuana produces additional effects, some of which may be therapeutically advantageous. For example, increased appetite, decreased nausea, and improved sleep. Whereas, others are disadvantageous, such as intoxication and dependence with daily use.