If you have been researching about weed or looking for, you must have come across the term distillates. Well, the thing is, people are becoming creative when it comes to consumption of weed. Delivery also has seen an equal amount of attention as you can now . Amazing right?
Now, what exactly is cannabis distillate? What happens is that cannabinoids are distilled (as the term suggests) from the cannabis plant. The extracts come out pure: that is if you look at it at the molecular level. So where are the distillates used, or how are they applied?
You have heard about edibles. Or even tried them out. Most of the time you will find that they have the weedy flavor. Some people worship the flavor and will not take an edible if they can’t see traces of the plant or the herbal aroma.
Thanks to distillation techniques, you can now take an edible with no trace of the flavor. This has made everything better in the cannabis industry. You are now spoilt for choice. The consumption is limitless for both recreational and medical states.
2. Accurate Dosing
This one might be useful especially in medicine. If a patient requires specific doses of marijuana, it is easy to administer. All that needs to be done is to measure per milligrams. The same goes for the edibles. While making them, you will be able to moderate the dosage. Remember that edibles give a stronger and longer-lasting high. There is undoubtedly the need to control the levels of cannabis.
3. Infusing liquids
Liquids are also edibles; you need to note that. It is not only limited to cookies and biscuits. For the edibles that can be eaten, it may not be too challenging to get the ground leaves to be infused. But what happens to the liquid ones?
That is where the distillates come in. They can quickly be infused to the liquid edibles. This has opened doors for many possibilities in the cannabis industry. Those taking it for recreational purposes have found comfort in the discreteness that comes with this method of intake. Dabbing is the most common way in which the distillates are applied, but there is so much more they can do.
Distillation of the cannabis plant has opened doors for many opportunities. The demand is surprisingly high. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about the supply. Most people have not accepted this method of extraction as the traditionalists prefer having it naturally to what they term as ‘engineered cannabis.’ However, the future is bright. The possibilities outweigh the setbacks and researchers are continuing to find more ways in which they can be applied: and also better methods of extraction.
What distillates have done to the pharmaceutical industry is legendary. They are doing even better for the edibles and slowly and successfully encroaching into the cosmetic industry. Next time you make your order, consider asking your dealer to give you edibles made of cannabis distillates. You will love them!