The world of cannabis hash and concentrates is one with many variables and a lot of interesting terminology. The Trichome Institute aims to grow the level of understanding of the array of hash and concentrate products available as well as how they are made, consumed, their relative potencies, dangers, and more. From kief to shatter and bubble hash to live resin, the Trichome Institute’s guide to hash and concentrate is well rounded and provides a great platform of information for anyone interested in the line of products.
Upon completion students will…
- be able to discuss the properties, differences, and methods of use of the various forms of hash and concentrate available today.
- understand the advantages, disadvantages and process of dabbing.
- understand the issues surrounding residual solvents in concentrates.
Section 1: A Very Short History of Hash
Section 2: Who uses Hash and Concentrates and Why?
Section 3: Kief
Section 4: Water Hash
Section 5: Dabbing: What It Is and How You Do It
Section 6: Safe Concentrates for Dabbing
Section 7: CO2 Extracted Concentrate: What It Is and How It’s Made
Section 8: Wax, Crumble and Honeycomb: What These Are and How They Are Made
Section 9: Shatter: What It Is and How It’s Made
Section 10: Budder: What It Is and How It’s Made
Section 11: Hash Oil: What It Is and How It’s Made
Section 12: Live Resin: The Best Concentrate?
Section 13: Rosin: The cleanest and safest concentrate?
Section 14: Testing for Residual Solvents