New to concentrates?

Since nobody is born with this information, and cannabis is relatively new to Alaska, we have compiled some resources that we feel could be useful for all you wonderful, smart and resourceful cannabis lovers out there. We have been doing this long enough now that we have a pretty good sense of all the things we wish we would have known at the outset of Good Titrations.

If you have any questions about any of the resources on this page or about Good Titrations in general, feel free to give us a buzz at 907.474.GOOD (4663) or drop us a line


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Dabbing refers to the process of heating a concentrate on a hot surface and then inhaling it through what is known as a dab rig. Dabbing is a very popular way of consuming concentrates as it produces an intense high. Although it depends upon the type of dab that you are consuming, whether it be oil or shatter, typically dabbing is more potent. Because of this, people that have chronic pain or other medical issues often prefer to consume concentrates in the form of dabs.

Whether you choose to consume wax, shatter or oil depends upon your needs. For more information about concentrates, contact Good Titrations today. Our specialists will be glad to answer your questions and help you find the right concentrate for your needs.

Butane hash oil is a very potent concentrate that is used either in vape pens or for dabbing or in vape pens. In BHO extraction, cannabinoids are drawn out of the plant. This produces a wax-like substance that can either be hard or sticky. THC content can reach as high as 80 percent in BHO. This makes it a very popular concentrate for medical uses. We always ensure that our BHO is pure.

Wax, sometimes referred to as earwax for its consistency, is created during the BHO extraction process like oil. However, wax is created by whipping hash oil during the purging process. The THC level of wax is a little less than oil due to the amount of terpene wax that it contains. This makes wax a more flavorful, yet less potent concentrate.

One popular type of wax is budder. This is is probably one of the most popular concentrates on the market. Budder is made by using a solvent, such as butane or CO2, to blast through the marijuana and extract the THC. The THC is then purged using air pressure and heat. This removes the solvent, leaving only the budder.

Crumble is made similarly to shatter. The pre-purged oils used for crumble tend to have more moisture and a thicker consistency, which creates the crumble texture. Crumble isn’t ideal for dabbing because of its loose texture. It works well for topping bowls of flower and in portable vaporizers.

Here are a few helpful links to get you started!

Concentrate Guide
How to Consume

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If you have any questions about any of the resources on this page or about Good Titrations in general, feel free to give us a buzz at 907.474.GOOD (4663) or drop us a line