Discover true consistency CBD concentrates. Our genuine extracts are extracted from hemp flower and contain no added isolate or terpenes.

Our concentrate menu features genuine CBD concentrates that are sorted by consistency allowing you to find exactly what you are looking for. All products are 3rd party tested and lab tests are available on each product page. Most product pages will also feature genetic lineages and flavor profiles.

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BEST CBD Concentrates

• Small batch quality
• 3rd party lab tested
• Professionally extracted

Advantages of CBD Concentrates

• More potent and flavorful
• Quick, easy, & discreet dosing
• Clean, pure, & smooth - no hot smoke

Endocannabinoid System

Cannabinoids, such as CBD, interact with two types of receptors in the body's endocannabinoid system - the CB1 receptors and the CB2 receptors.

Endocannabinoid Receptors

CB1 receptors are predominantly found in the cells of the nervous system, whereas CB2 receptors are more prevalent in the cells of the immune system.

Potential Uses

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Discover the best CBD concentrates of 2023

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CBD Crumble

CBD Crumble is usually dry and it easily crumbles apart. It can also be moist and have a dough like consistency.

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CBD Diamonds

CBD Diamonds are CBD crystals made using a special extraction process. They are potent and are often mixed with terp sauce for flavor.

CBD Distillate

CBD distillate is a highly refined hemp extract that contains high concentrations of CBD. It is typically a thick golden oil.

CBD Isolate

CBD Isolate is one of the purest forms of CBD extract you can get. This white powder often contains upwards of 99% CBD.

CBD Live Resin

CBD live resin is favored by all for its superior flavor and potency. Because it is extracted from fresh frozen flower it is rich in terpenes.

CBD Rosin

CBD rosin is a unique extract in that it is extracted using only heat and pressure - no solvents. Solventless CBD rosin is in high demand but rare.

CBD Sauce

CBD sauce, also known as terp sauce is a high CBD concentrate that has a very saucy consistency. Think applesauce.

CBD Shatter

CBD shatter is a glass-like extract that will shatter like glass when handled. Real CBD shatter is rare with most of it being a mix of isolate and terpenes.


CBD wax has a waxy consistency that can range from dry to extremely moist. BHO (butane hash oil) wax is another term used to describe this type of extract.

Frequently Asked Questions

Because CBD concentrates are so highly concentrated, their effects tend to come on stronger and faster compared to gummies, tinctures, and other forms of CBD.

CBD concentrates are also great for users of cannabis concentrates that are seeking to cut down on their consumption of THC-heavy extracts and/or flower. Supplementing or alternating high CBD dabs with high THC dabs can help with lowering the bodies tolerance to THC and creating a more balanced experience.

Other popular reasons for using CBD concentrates:

Highly concentrated form of CBD

Take higher doses while using less product

More cost effective

• Avoid intoxicating effects of THCa and THC

Enjoy the combined effect of CBD and THC plus minor cannabinoids and terpenes

 Microdosing THC

Stretching/diluting regular cannabis extracts

 Adding flavor and consistency to THCa diamonds

• Quick absorption = immediate effects

• Easy and discreet use

CBD concentrates are a potent type of CBD product. These concentrates are extracted from hemp plants and contain high concentrations of cannabidiol and other cannabinoids.

Yes. THCa (tetrahydrocannabinol acid) and THC are both broken down into the THC-COOH metabolite in the body. Urine screens test for this metabolite. THCa may not show up on hair or blood tests.

If you are heating the THCa when consuming it, the THCa will shed its carboxyl group and convert to Delta-9 THC. This is why smoking THCa flower or vaporizing THCa concentrates results in psychoactive effects. In this case, you aren't really ingesting THCa, you are converting it to THC and ingesting regular old THC.

In both cases the THC-COOH metabolite stays in your system and can show up on a drug test.

Remember, some of the extracts on our concentrate menu do contain small amounts of THCa.

Dabbing (vaporizing) using dab rigs or vape pens is the most common method of use amongst our customers. CBD concentrates can also be eaten raw, infused with food or drink, and even mixed with topical applications.

CBDa (cannabidiolic acid) is the acid precursor of CBD (cannabidiol). It is typically found in plants that are still growing. When the raw cannabis plant is harvested, dried, and cured, the CBDa gets converted into CBD. This conversion process is known as decarboxylation.

The important difference to be aware of between CBD and CBDa is in how our bodies interact with each cannabinoid. CBDa will not produce the effects associated with CBD when consuming raw because we are unable to digest CBD in its acidic form. To experience the complete effects of CBD, we must decarboxylate CBDa or consume plain old CBD.

CBD is not commonly tested for on drug tests, and it is also federally legal to use and consume so there is reason to worry about failing a drug test for CBD.

However, if you are subject to drug testing and cannot test positive for THC you should be cautious when using any CBD product. These products may contain trace amounts of THC which can accumulate and trigger a positive test result.

Full Spectrum:

Full spectrum concentrates contain the full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes found in the hemp plant including THC (<0.3% Delta-9 THC).

Full spectrum products are popular because of the way they make users feel. They are often described as having a 'whole plant' flavor and effect. This is something that is known as the entourage effect.

Entourage Effect - when cannabinoids and terpenes synergistically combine to create an enhanced effect.

Broad Spectrum:

Broad spectrum concentrates only contain a broad spectrum of the total cannabinoid and terpene content found in the hemp plant. Generally speaking, they contain 0% THC.

Broad spectrum products are popular among users who are trying to avoid the effects of THC (including failed drug tests). They provide the benefits of CBD, minor cannabinoids, and in some cases, terpenes as well.


Isolate is a completely isolated cannabinoid, usually in the form of a fine powder. It is typically THC free. Isolate will contain just one cannabinoid molecule such as CBD, CBG, or CBN. It does not contain terpenes or any other compounds from the hemp plant.

Learn more about the difference between full spectrum and broad spectrum concentrates.


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Grab a Dab

Start small

Use a dab tool to scoop up a small amount - about the size of a grain of rice.

EXCEPTION: A larger dose may be required if consuming orally.



Heat your dab rig or vape device.


400°F - 450°F = more flavor.

500°F - 600°F = more vapor.

Place the dab in your nail/device and inhale!



Be Patient


Wait ≈ 30 minutes & observe the effects, what do you feel?

Satisfied? Great! Place those extracts in a cool, dry, & dark location and get out there!

(or in there, whichever is applicable)

Unsatisfied? Adjust your dose, or try something new. Feel free to reach out if you need some help!

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Most CBD dabs on the market are fake. We provide real hemp flower extracts, known as 'true consistency concentrates'.

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Other Frequently Asked Questions

Terpenes, also called terps, are organic compounds found in a variety of plants, including hemp and cannabis plants. These terpenes create the distinct aromas and flavors of different cannabis strains. Beyond aroma, terpenes can also have a profound influence on the effects of cannabinoids and your overall cannabis/hemp experience.

Check out our terpene chart for a list of common cannabis terpenes and their effects.

Yes and no. CBD oil has a fairly long shelf life in most cases and there is no strict expiration date. The raw cannabidiol CBD oil extracts we sell don’t contain any additives or flavoring. For this reason they often maintain their potency and flavor for a year or more when stored at room temperature.

Shelf life can be extended further by storing in a cool, dry, and dark place such as a fridge or freezer. A sign that your CBD oil has expired is a change in consistency and/or reduced potency.

Shatter dabs, or CBD Shatter, is a type of extract that gets its name for its glass like texture. It will literally break apart like glass when handled. Most shatter sold by CBD companies is fake. It is made using a slab of CBD Isolate that is mixed with terpenes.

Our shatter on the other hand is extracted from hemp flower and contains natural cannabinoid and terpene profiles. This means it has better flavor and higher potency than the stuff you’ll find on other CBD sites. 

Check out our CBD shatter article for more information.

Diamond dabs are crystalized chunks of pure CBD extract that can be vaporized using a dab rig or vape pen. Real CBD diamonds are often hard to find on todays market. Most found online are really just chunks of isolate. Diamonds are often mixed with terp sauce for added flavor.

What sets CBD diamonds apart from CBD Isolate is the extraction process. The process used to create diamonds forms crystaline structures from isolated CBD molecules, while the process used to create isolate does not.