Extract concentrates provide smokers a new a way to medicate. But they are a large investment. Smokers need to invest in obtaining a rig (or augmenting their bong into a rig), a blowtorch, butane, the dab tool, then the dab itself. It can take around 100 to 200 hundred just to have the equipment and the product. A lot of extract concentrates sell around 25 to 50 dollars for a half-gram, but there is one just as effective for less. At The Healing Center (THC) there are half-grams of Flavor: Gorrila Glue at 12 dollars a piece, half for what’s considered a good deal. They formidable to the more curated and detailed extracts.
Flavor extracts are sticky but easily separated by a dab tool, providing an effortless cut for the dabber. Its consistency is a little rubbery and clings to the dab tool no problem. That’s why it’s important for concentrates to have a glass jar as compared to a cooking sheet. By having a glass jar, it makes it easier to save more concentrates and making sure the dabber gets the most out of each toke. Flavor is robust in its constitution as the burn rate is a favorable, long one. It is also is only a few percent less than other extracts in THC percentage, ranging from around 68 – 75, usually leaning more towards 75. The only downside to this product is that the taste in the strains are indistinguishable. For Flavor, the only thing that separates one jar, one strain, from the other is the THC percentage. Though unfortunate, strain test comes second to practicality and performance. Flavor is reliable, safe-bet extract that will meet the needs of a more frugal smoker. It is also to consume than most other dabs, lighter smoke and easy on the lungs.
As the more expensive extracts get the taste of their strain down to the pine, Flavor only carriers only a couple of strains. They have Pineapple Jack, Purple Kush, Girl Scout Cookie, Sour Og, and Gorilla Glue. The concentrates are also placed in a small glass mason jar, which provides easy scooping. This happens to be one of the biggest pet peeves in concentrates as well since the ones sold in cooking sheets are harder to cut with a dab tool. Cooking sheets tear and spread the concentrates thin, making easy swirls with the dab tool non-existent. Not to mention that cooking sheets are tacky since most handy dabbers knows how to make concentrates with their flower and a hair straightener. But the input to output ration you get from flower to concentrates is a huge loss for the smoker, so its important that the concentrates that are sold at the dispensary have the glass jars for dabbers.
The best way to smoke a Flavor concentrate is to take a slow, easy breath when inhaling. It is a light smoke that likes to wash its way in, so there’s no rush to inhale all at once. This lets inexperienced smokers gauge better if they are taking in enough smoke or not. Although Flavor does not affect the dabber as much as other concentrates, it is formidable in that it does provide an experience heavier than any flower. Flavor concentrates is non-intimidating to new dabbers and dependable to the experienced.