frequently asked questions

CBD is extracted from the same cannabis plants that THC comes from, but the CBD is separated from the THC during the extraction process and does not create feelings of intoxication.

THC is the natural secretion of the cannabis plant. This one plant can be transformed into all the wonderful ways to safely consume cannabis. Such as; concentrates, vapes, tinctures, rolls, the list goes on through refined harvesting and processing. Here at Dymond Concentrates, we have refined and perfected the concentrates process.

Resin is where the THC is extracted from. This is a dark brown or golden sticky residue that almost all concentrates products are made from, such as live resin, rosin, and oils.
Rosin can be one of the purest forms of cannabis concentrates. This is accomplished through a highly pressurized heating process to separate cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant. Due to this specialized process, rosin doesn’t have any solvent residue.
This refers to the consumption of cannabis in a vapourised state, such as with a dab rig, vaporizer, or e-rig. This term also describes different types of cannabis concentrates like shatter, sauce, crumble, and similar.
Named for how it looks, shatter is a cannabis extract that is mainly used for dabbing.

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Vaping is done with vape pens and similar rigs. Vaporizing is when cannabis is heated up and turned into steam in a vapourising unit—then inhaled when it’s in a cloud form. Smoking is consuming the dried flower by burning it in the traditional form of a joint or pipe.

None at all. We follow all Health Canada regulations, and Vitamin E acetate has been found to have dangerous effects and is often found in illegal vaping products. Be sure always to check your products for this ingredient!

This depends on your frequency of use. Some use their cartridges for weeks or longer, while others enjoy theirs sooner. Whatever feels right for you.

Each province and territory in Canada has its own set of regulations licensed producers are required to follow in vape manufacturing to ensure safety. Health Canada advises Canadians who use vaping products to monitor themselves for symptoms of pulmonary illness (e.g., cough, shortness of breath, chest pain) and to seek medical attention promptly if they have concerns about their health.

The main difference between CBD Tinctures and CBD Concentrate is how much CBD is in each mL of liquid… With CBD concentrate, many customers choose to vape the liquid, while with the CBD tincture, it is common to place it under the tongue (sublingual) or add it with food or drink.

Each strain is made unique by the levels of THC and CBD in each strain and the terpenes. These are what carry the unique tastes and flavours.

This depends on what type of experience you’re looking for. Things to consider are how you would like to consume; smoke, vape, dab, etc. The intensity of intoxication you are looking for and what your preferred taste and budget are. Browse our product pages to learn about the potency levels and effects of our products.

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