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Cannabis and CBD Derivatives, Extracts and Concentrates

Are you curious about CBD concentrates? What about terpenes? If you’re looking to learn more about these two, you have found yourself in the right place. People are starting to learn more about cannabis and the different constituents that make up this widely misunderstood plant. When asked what they know about cannabis, many people will tell you it has THC and/or that it gets you high or gives you a buzz. This is true of cannabis in the form of marijuana. Marijuana differs from hemp in that they both contain different levels of cannabinoids.

Marijuana is illegal in many places around the world. Hemp, on the other hand, is legal in many places globally. Cannabis legalisation is beginning to happen on a larger scale after decades of prohibition. More people are trying cannabis products, and they aren't just trying them; they're telling others about them too. To this day, the best form of advertising is good old-fashioned word-of-mouth.

Word of mouth on something gets around, and before you know it, it seems like everyone is talking about it and knows about it. This is kind of what is happening with CBD. People are trying CBD products and loving them so much that they are telling everyone they know about them. This has helped lead to an explosion in CBD sales across the UK. People seem to love CBD, all kinds of CBD.

Cannabis concentrates, in particular, industrial hemp concentrates, are an extremely popular way to consume cannabis in the UK. Industrial hemp is different from marijuana. In order for cannabis to be considered industrial hemp in the UK, it must adhere to having 0.2% THC or less. In addition, the EU regulatory authority also only permits hemp products produced from EU-approved industrial hemp cultivars.

Most of the CBD sold in the UK is currently imported due to heavy restrictions on what farmers and processors of industrial hemp would be allowed to work with. These restrictions make it more profitable to import industrial hemp products. This means that all industrial hemp products imported to the UK undergo rigorous independent lab testing to make sure it meets EU requirements.

When it comes to CBD products, many people enjoy concentrates. By purchasing CBD concentrates, consumers get the most CBD in the smallest amount. When it comes to buying high-quality CBD concentrates in the UK, this can be a little bit more complicated than one might think, especially if you are new to the world of CBD. There are many different types of CBD concentrates, and another rising star in the cannabis community in the UK is CBG.

CBD is short for Cannabidiol, and CBG stands for Cannabigerol. Just like CBD, CBG is considered a non-intoxicating cannabinoid. Both CBG and CBD are found in EU-approved industrial hemp cultivars. CBG is gaining such popularity that it is beginning to be made into a 99.9% pure isolate, like CBD. CBD concentrates are also packed with terpenes. The cannabis plant has dozens of terpenes. Terpenes influence the way the concentrate tastes and smells. Terpenes are found all throughout life in anything that has a smell or taste. Studies on terpenes UK also show they have beneficial properties. Some of the most common terpenes found in hemp are listed below:

  • Linalool: is a terpene that is commonly associated with lavender and tea tree oil.
  • Humulene: is an earthy terpene not only found in cannabis but also heavily present in hops.
  • Beta-Caryophyllene: is a spicy terpene commonly associated with black peppercorns. It is also present in Rosemary, clove oil, and hops.
  • D-Limonene: is a terpene commonly found in grapefruits, lemons, limes, oranges, and other varieties of citrus fruit. It is also considered to be the third most common terpene present in cannabis.
  • Alpha-Pinene: distinctly smells like a pine forest because it is a dominant terpene in many coniferous trees.
  • Myrcene: is a peppery terpene present in hops and one of the most common terpenes present in cannabis.
  • Nerolidol: is a terpene present in lemongrass, tea tree, jasmine, and certain varieties of cannabis. It is said to have an aroma similar to that of fresh tree bark.

Now you have a better understanding of terpenes and some of their potential properties. It is important to know about this because terpenes are very commonly found in many cannabis products. Sometimes terpenes are even added back to cannabis products after extraction processes. During the extraction, process temperatures can destroy precious terpenes. These terpenes are often replaced with other natural plant-based terpenes.

Concentrating on Cannabis CBD Concentrates

There are all different types of CBD products being sold in stores and online across the UK. You can get CBD in the form of CBD edibles, CBD beverages, CBD topicals, CBD bath bombs, and more. All of these are great products, and they all have one thing in common besides CBD. None of these products are concentrated. Quite possibly, the most potent way to get CBD would be to buy cannabis CBD concentrates.

When it comes to these concentrates, you will find a wide variety of CBD products available in the UK, like CBD paste, CBD isolate, CBD wax, CBD shatter, and CBD crystals. Products such as CBG isolate are also starting to become popular. Let's take a look at these products and learn a little bit about them. Keep in mind that these products may be consumed orally, in electronic vaping devices, dab rigs, foods, beverages, or added to topicals.

CBD Paste

CBD paste is a form of cannabis concentrate that uses high concentrations of CBD mixed with waxes, oils, or butter. CBD paste offers versatility thanks to the natural formulations of oils used as a carrier, such as hemp oil, coconut oil, or avocado oil. This means you can add CBD paste to foods or beverages, or you can consume it sublingually by placing a small amount under the tongue.

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is a pure form of CBD. It has had all other cannabinoids, terpenes, vitamins, minerals, and plant constituents removed. CBD isolate most commonly comes in the form of a powder or crystalline solid.

CBG Isolate

Just like CBD isolate, CBG isolate is free from all other cannabinoids and plant constituents. It also comes in the form of a crystalline solid or powder.

These next three CBD products are most commonly consumed using some form of smoking or vaping apparatus. Most commonly, they are consumed using dab rigs or electronic dabbing devices:

CBD Crystals

These crystals are made from CBD isolate. This makes them a pure form of CBD. These crystals can be consumed by smoking them, or they can also be added to edibles and beverages.


CBD wax is a distillate-based concentrate rich in CBD and minor amounts of other cannabinoids such as CBC, CBN, and CBG. CBD wax typically has a much higher terpene profile making it taste better to many people.

CBD Shatter

CBD shatter is a hard, sticky material that can be smoked or added to food or beverages. CBD shatter typically has a flavourful terpene profile thanks to terpenes being added to the concentrate. CBD shatter is one of the more concentrated and stronger forms of CBD concentrates on the market. You only need a very small dab of it compared to CBD paste or isolate.

Concentrate on CBD Concentrate to Make CBD Products at Home Great

Now you have a better understanding of CBD concentrates. These unique blends of CBD concentrates open doors to a multitude of different ways to consume CBD. Many people enjoy adding CBD concentrates to foods and beverages or even their favourite soaps, lotions, and creams. There are easy-to-follow recipes online to follow that guide you each step of the way in crafting your very own CBD products at home. All you have to do is have all the ingredients and a little time.

The wide variety of different CBD concentrates available in the UK helps with making different CBD products. From CBD paste to CBD shatter and the other CBD concentrates mentioned, they all have a unique texture and taste to help make your CBD-infused favourites the best they can be. When you're ready to start making CBD products at home, remember you need CBD concentrates.

Disclaimer: All of our products are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is recommended to check with doctor before starting a new dietary supplement program. All CBD products sold have less than 0.2% THC content and abide by both EU an UK law.



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