Lemon Haze CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Lemon Haze CBD Terp Sauce Label
Mai Tai CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Mai Tai CBD Terp Sauce Lid Label
Forbidden Fruit CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Forbidden Fruit CBD Terp Sauce Label
2020 Indiana Cannabis Award for Best Hemp Concentrate in Indiana
Lemon Haze CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Lemon Haze CBD Terp Sauce Label
Mai Tai CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Mai Tai CBD Terp Sauce Lid Label
Forbidden Fruit CBD Terp Sauce
Urban Daze Forbidden Fruit CBD Terp Sauce Label
2020 Indiana Cannabis Award for Best Hemp Concentrate in Indiana

Terp Sauce

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Terpene Profile Mai Tai

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This sauce is made from 99% pure CBD Isolate and natural terpenes from world renown strains.  The terps in this sauce are on point, great aromas and fantastic taste.  It isn't surprising Urban Daze Terp Sauce won Indiana's 'Best Hemp Concentrate' Award.  

Available in three terpene profiles:
  • Mai Tai
  • Forbidden Fruit
  • Lemon Haze

1 Gram

•Mixed consistency
•Added terpenes
•Hydrocarbon extraction

1 Gram
Total CBD: 76.5%
Delta 9 THC: 0%
THCa: 0%

Terp sauce is a high-terpene hemp extract that typically has a saucy, syrup-like consistency. Terpenes are aromatic oils that give hemp flower its many different aromas, such as skunk, pine, lemon, & gas. Terpenes also contribute to the effects of cannabinoids in hemp flower and CBD concentrates. Terp sauce is often combined with isolates or other extracts.

Terp sauce is a popular type of concentrate in both the high-THC cannabis market and the low-THC hemp & CBD market. In some cases, this high-terpene sauce is also known as “high terpene full spectrum extract” or HTFSE. Terpenes mimic the effects of cannabinoids when used on their own, and when combined with cannabinoids they intensify their effects. They also contribute to the sweet, earthy, and sour aromas of cannabis and hemp flower.

Some of the effects associated with terpenes are reduced stress, feeling relaxed, uplifted, and even increased focus. Terp sauce combines these terpenes and often cannabinoids into a runny “sauce” which is typically dabbed or vaporized.

Terp sauce exists in many different forms. Terpene extracts that have a liquid consistency are often combined with THCA or CBD isolate, but they may also be combined with distillate. The consistency is usually somewhere between runny syrup and a soft, sugary, wax. The characteristic that all terp sauces share however is their higher-than-average terpene content. It is common for terp sauce to contain as little as 30% cannabinoids like CBD or THC, and as much as 70% terpene extract.

How is Terp Sauce Made?

Terp sauce can be made using a variety of processes that extract terpenes from cannabis. Terpenes are extracted from cannabis just like cannabinoids are with the use of solvents like butane, hydrocarbons, or CO2. Afterwards the terpenes are separated from the cannabinoids resulting in a fragrant liquid concentrate. The terpene rich concentrate is then combined with cannabinoids of varying consistencies.

Live resin and terp sauce may be easily confused as they are both terpene rich concentrates that contain high levels of cannabinoids.

Live resin tends to have a sugary consistency and its impressive terpene profile is due to the source material being frozen before extraction. By eliminating the traditional drying and curing processes more terpenes can survive the processing stages and make it into the final live resin concentrate.

While live resin does contain higher amounts of terpenes compared to most other types of concentrates, it is still predominately higher in cannabinoids like THC or CBD. Alternatively, terp sauce is a highly concentrated terpene extract that is combined with cannabinoid concentrates like isolate or distillate. This means the terpene content of terp sauce is much higher than that of live resin.

With that said, terpene enthusiasts cherish both terpene rich concentrates equally. The choice really comes down to your personal preference for terpene & cannabinoid ratios.

Terp Sauce Lack of Consistency

The volatility of terp sauce can be an issue for some. It has proven difficult for dispensaries to maintain terp sauce as the texture can change to something completely unidentifiable. This can be seen in aging live resin, shatter, and other extracts that tend to change consistency especially when exposed to warm weather.

Terp sauce is generally consumed just like any other concentrate or oil. For beginners, it is recommended that you start with a small glass dab rig, a torch, a dab tool, and a carb cap.
You may decide to use terp pearls in your banger which will allow for more consistent heating of the terp sauce.

Alternative methods of using terp sauce include a portable vaporizer, a dab pen, vape cartridges – sometimes called a sauce cart, or you can also simply add it to a bowl of flower or a joint/blunt.

An E-rig or an E-nail is another option which is essentially just a dab rig which uses an electric heating element and a power source to vaporize your extract. The advantage of using electricity over a torch is consistent heating and temperature control. E-rigs are also battery powered which makes them portable and easy to use on the go. An E-nail on the other hand requires a wall outlet and uses a coil to convert your regular glass rig into an e-rig.

Important: Dabbing Temperature

Terpenes are extremely volatile and variations in temperature can quickly degrade them. To ensure you get the most flavor and the greatest effect from terp sauce, it is very important to use the right dabbing equipment that can control the temperature. Dabbing terp sauce at lower temperatures is crucial in maintaining the terpene profile.

When it comes to dabbing temperature it’s a good rule of thumb to start low and slow while working your way up. Find the temperature that suits your needs and your concentrate the best, then enjoy!

What is Terp Sauce CBD?

Terp Sauce CBD is a type of terp sauce that is not only high in terpenes but high in the cannabinoid cannabidiol, or CBD. High CBD TerpSauce is a highly concentrated extract that provides the entourage effect produced when using terpenes and cannabinoids side by side.

Terpenes have been found to mimic cannabinoid effects when used on their own, but when combined with cannabinoids they potentiate their effects. In most cases Terp Sauce CBD will consist of CBD isolate that has been mixed with cannabis derived terpenes (CDT’s), hemp derived terpenes (HDT’s), or botanically derived terpenes (BDT’s). This sauce has a sugary, soft-wax consistency that may also be a bit runny or syrupy in some cases.

CBD terp sauce may have a broad spectrum cannabinoid profile or a full spectrum cannabinoid profile depending upon the cannabinoid extract the terpenes have been mixed with.

How is it Made?

CBD terpsauce contains hemp oil or isolate that is carefully extracted via supercritical CO2 extraction. Terpenes that are extracted from cannabis, hemp, or other plants are then added to the cannabinoids to form a terpene-rich sauce. Sauce Warehouse provides 3rd party cannabinoid potency lab results for all the products offered on the site.

How to Use?

Sauce Warehouse works with the best vendors and processors in the industry to source only the best, most flavorful terp sauce CBD concentrates on the market. Full spectrum and broad spectrum options are available with natural terpene profiles. We offer a variety of concentrates containing terpenes derived from various organically grown hemp strains, and also from purely organic, grade a botanical plants with unique terpene profiles.

Terp sauce CBD concentrates from Sauce Warehouse are extremely versatile and the ways they can be used are limitless. This is because they are simply a raw, highly concentrated form of CBD that can easily be added to anyone’s daily routine.

• Terp sauce can be dabbed in any dab rig or e-rig
• Vaporize terp sauce in a dab pen, wax pen, or any portable vaporizer device
• Load terp sauce into a bowl with your favorite flower
• Add terp sauce to foods & drinks, or simply swallow it as it is from the jar!
• Roll terp sauce into a joint or a blunt with your flower