If you’re looking to enhance the therapeutic potential of your CBD, why not try our CBG/CBD terpsolate dabs? Often called the Mother Cannabinoid, cannabigerol (CBG) has complementary properties to CBD. Together, they allow consumers to take advantage of the entourage effect. Our dabs combine 99% pure CBD isolate with a hefty portion of isolated CBG and delicious hemp terpenes.
We invite you to choose from our wide selection of flavors, including:
- Blue Dream
- Cherry Pie
- Durban Poison
- Pineapple Express
- Purple Haze
You’ll find plenty more if you peruse our list of available strains. We also carry sweet, fruit flavors like Guava, Key Lime, and Watermelon. We’re continually adding to our list of dab strains and tastes, so make sure you check back with us.
CBD Isolate Crystal
Our 99% pure CBD Isolate Crystal is a versatile product you can use for dabbing or adding to edibles and cosmetics. CBD Isolate Crystal is tasteless and odorless, so you can use it to enhance drinks and foods without changing the flavor. We offer packages ranging from 1 gram to 1 kilogram.
CBD Dabs FAQ
Why should I dab CBD?
Dabbing provides a more bioavailable method of ingesting CBD for faster onset of effects. Some CBD connoisseurs also prefer dabs for the clean and smooth flavor they provide.
Will CBD dabs get me high?
CBD dabs contain cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive component of hemp plants. All of our dabs are well under the legal limit of .3% THC. You will never need to be concerned about unwanted psychoactive effects from our CBD dabs.
How much CBD should I dab?
As the name suggests, a little dab will do. Dabs are highly concentrated forms of CBD. Beginners should start with a 5-10 mg dab and wait at least 30 minutes before dabbing more CBD. If you experience any unwanted effects like dizziness or unusual tiredness, stop dabbing and start with a smaller amount next time.
What’s the difference between CBD terpsolate and CBD isolate?
CBD isolate is an odorless and tasteless form of 99% pure CBD. Our CBD terpsolate uses natural plant terpenes to add flavor to our dabs and allow customers to take advantage of the entourage effect between CBD and terpenes.
What equipment can I use to dab CBD?
You can dab CBD with a dab rig, dab pen, or a vaporizer designed for concentrates.
Can I make edibles with CBD dabs?
Yes. You can use dabs to infuse butter, oils, or tinctures for cooking.
How do CBD dabs taste?
The taste and smell of CBD dabs depend on the variety you select. Our CBD isolate crystals are flavorless and odorless, which is best suited for people who don’t particularly like the taste of cannabis. We also offer our CBD terpsolate in a wide selection of strains and fruit flavors for those who enjoy the complex taste of herbal products.
How are dabs made?
Manufacturers typically extract CBD and terpenes for dabs using a solvent such as butane or carbon dioxide. The solvent is then purged from the extracted material, leaving behind nearly 100% pure CBD.