The use of cannabidiol (CBD) health and wellness products is increasing especially after the US Farm Act of 2018 that legalized the cultivation of hemp plant strains that have less than 0.3% of psychotropic THC. One of the popular methods of consuming cannabidiol, especially among experienced users is inhaling vapors of CBD concentrate because of its fast onset time and higher potency. This method is popular also due to the higher bioavailability of the method, as CBD directly enters the bloodstream through the lungs. In this article, we will discuss CBD terpsolate, read on to know more about it.
What Is CBD Terpsolate?
Terpsolate is a term made by combining the words terpenes and isolate. CBD terpsolate is made by mixing CBD isolate with terpenes, giving it the benefit of both. This product was made because CBD isolates are made by highly purifying hemp plant extracts, removing all the extra cannabinoids and terpenes so that you get 98% to 99% pure cannabidiol. It appears in the form of white crystalline powder and is a highly potent product. By mixing it with terpenes, you get a more flavourful version of CBD isolate. Above all, it can be considered as a type of CBD concentrate.
Why Should You Use CBD Terpsolate?
The advantage of full-spectrum CBD over CBD isolate is that they have the added benefit of the entourage effect enhancing the benefits. So, by adding terpenes to CBD isolate, it bolsters its effects. Also, according to the type of terpene(s) used in terpsolate, users can tailor their cannabidiol smoking experience. It is very much preferred by experienced users and connoisseurs who are particular about the flavor. Moreover, the terpenes have therapeutic and medical benefits like the cannabinoids found in the hemp plants. Above all, people are using it to experience the entourage effect that makes it a better option than smoking CBD isolate.
Some of the terpenes used in terpsolate are listed below.
- Myrcene: This is the most abundant terpene found in the hemp plant.
- Beta-Caryophyllene: This is a peppery flavored terpene that interacts directly with the ECS.
- Linalool: This a terpene naturally found in the lavender plant.
- Limonene: This terpene has a citrusy flavor, and it is commonly found in lemons.
- Alpha pinene: This terpene is commonly found in pine trees and cones.
- Humulene: This terpene has earthy, woody, and spicy taste like hoppy beer.
How To Use CBD Terpsolate?
CBD terpsolate is used for dabbing CBD concentrate which is a popular method among seasoned cannabidiol users. To dab CBD, you require a dab rig, dab nail, and a heat source. The dab nail is heated to the required temperature using a butane torch, and the CBD concentrate is applied on the heated nail. The vapors produced is inhaled slowly through the dab rig to experience CBD effects. After inhalation, you immediately exhale the vapors to complete the smoking process.
CBD terpsolate is one of the newest cannabidiol (CBD) products gaining popularity due to its tailormade smoking experience.