Of course, with so many concentrates to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down what types you should try first. We suggest these top Sativa concentrates the first few times you should try. Also, don't forget to follow proper dabbing etiquette when taking your hit. 

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Not everyone wants to experience a high. Many people look to cannabis as an alternative medicinal supplement – CBD offers a lot of potential benefits, such as the treatment of PTSD, epilepsy, anxiety, depression, addiction, and insomnia, and CBD oil is an excellent way to experience the positive effects without having to light up CBD flower.

CBD oil can be added to almost any type of food or drink, making it incredibly versatile. 


Not dissimilar to CBD oil, tinctures are liquid cannabis concentrates produced through an alcohol extraction process that leaves only certain cannabinoids (like CBD and THC). With an apothecary-style stopper, the cannabis oil inside can be collected and placed directly under your tongue or added to drinks and snacks. 

The effects are felt in about 20-30 minutes if consumed by placing directly under the tongue, and tinctures themselves come in a wide variety of potency and flavor. 

Vape Pens

Vape pens are a great way to introduce yourself to concentrates because they are so controllable. They are also very similar to the traditional smoking experience, so people who don't know how to use THC concentrates don't need to worry about it. 

They are very easy to use with just the push of a button and you're good to go. Additionally, they are discreet, portable, efficient, and fairly cost-effective.