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The cannabis industry offers a wide variety of weed concentrates, and it can be difficult to keep track of all the different types. In this article, we’ll break down some of the unique properties of each type of cannabis concentrate. You’ll learn about the different looks, flavors, and textures of each extract, and what makes them stand out from the rest. By the time you’re done, you’ll be an expert in all types of cannabis concentrates!

CO2 AND Butane Honey Oil

Butane Honey Oil (BHO) and CO2 Extract Oil are the bases for many popular weed concentrates. These oils are created by extracting natural oils, terpenes, and cannabinoids from the plant using butane or CO2. The resulting product is typically a yellow or brown viscous oil with a consistency similar to fine wax.

BHO oil and CO2 extract maintain the unique flavors of the weed varieties used, due to the preservation of most of the plant’s terpenes. This results in a wide range of flavors for these products.


Budder is a type of cannabis concentrate that is creamy in texture and yellow-gold in color. It is made by subjecting BHO or CO2 extract oil to a unique whipping motion, similar to that of mixing cake batter, to form a broth. Budder is one of the softest forms of concentrate and resembles butter in consistency. It is also one of the most potent concentrates available, testing between 70%-90% THC. Although budder may cost slightly more than regular concentrate, it is sure to provide an unparalleled experience.


Powdered wax is a type of cannabis concentrate that is easily broken down and has a sandy or even brown sugar-like consistency. Crumble wax is made using lower temperatures than other concentrates, which preserves the terpene content and results in a more potent product. THC levels in crumble wax can range from 60% to 90%. You can usually purchase an ounce of crumble wax for around $30.

Weed Distillates, isolates and Crystals

Marijuana distillates, isolates, and crystallines are some of the purest forms of cannabis extracts on the market. Their potencies can test up to 99.9%, making them unmatched by other concentrates. Distillates, isolates, and crystallines can all look different; for example, distillates can come in the form of oils, while isolates may appear as a powder, and crystallines typically come in small delicate crystals. Another key difference between these forms is that neither of them have flavor or color. While you can purchase these cannabis concentrates with a purity of 99.9%, they are best suited for only the most experienced cannabis connoisseurs due to their high potency levels. Prices for these concentrated forms of weed can range anywhere from $60-$120 per gram.


Hashish is a traditional and one of the oldest forms of cannabis concentrates. It is made from the resin glands of the plant and produced through heat and pressure. Hashish is typically darker in color, coming in shades of brown and dark yellow. It comes in hard, packaged forms or an extracted oil version. Hashish can have a potent and unpleasant taste when smoked directly, but it is worth it for its effective properties. More potent than its traditional flower, hashish usually has a THC level of around 50%. If you want to shop for your own hash, you can probably find some for around $20 a gram, depending on where you reside and whether or not cannabis is recreational or medically legal.

Honey Comb Wax

Honey Comb Wax is similar to crumbling wax in that it is easily broken down and softer in texture. However, alveolar wax contains psychoactive and medicinal properties. The main difference between honeycomb wax and crumbled wax is that honeycomb wax is typically more porous, with small holes throughout the product. Honeycomb wax gets its name from its golden color. Despite its delicate appearance, honeycomb wax is a powerful form of marijuana concentrate that doesn’t break the bank.


Keef or sieve is referring to the tiny crystals that are formed at the end of the resin glands of the cannabis plant. This bright green substance contains all of the best properties of the cannabis plant, making it extremely potent. The handkerchief is soft and has a consistency similar to fine-grained sand. This substance can be sprinkled into cups, added to a joint, or even put into a canabutter and used in cannabis edibles. If you want to buy your own keef, you can usually buy a gram for about $20.

Live Resin/Rosin

Live resin is a type of cannabis concentrate that is made using a specific extraction process. This process allows for more of the plant’s properties – namely, the aromatic terpenes and potent cannabinoids – to be preserved. As a result, live resin typically has a lower THC level than other weed concentrates. However, the high amount of terpenes present in live resin is said to produce a fuller, better-rounded high overall. Thanks to its unique ratio of terpenes and cannabinoids, live resin tends to be a little more expensive than other types of cannabis concentrate, with grams typically costing around $40.


Resin is the sticky substance produced by the plant’s glands, or trichomes. When dried and cured, it can be made into a handkerchief. Resin is believed to have originally been produced by the cannabis plant as a defense mechanism to protect your flowers from predators. This results in a resin with quite pungent smells and an almost bitter taste. However, its effectiveness makes this easy to ignore.

Unlike most extracts, resin can be accumulated directly from its offspring. Ever notice the black, sticky substance inside your bowl or pipe? This is resin, and if you need it, you can smoke it. Although, it is usually suggested buying resin in a dispensary instead.

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