Diamonds

Cannabis concentrate

Diamonds[ˈdaɪəməndz]

Definition:

In the cannabis industry, diamonds apply to crystalline products that develop in the sauce (cannabis concentrate characterized by its glossy texture).

Cannabinoids can form crystalline solids when purified and isolated under the right conditions; these concentrates are known as “diamonds.” Because of the amount of labor required to make these concentrates and their incredibly high purity level, they tend to be more expensive.

The sauce is created via a closed-loop system that allows the final solution to settle at different pressures and temperatures. This environment encourages the natural separation of the primary cannabinoids from the terpene-rich, liquid part, including THCA in the form of diamonds.

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