Concentrate Slurry is pre-purged concentrate containing a increased parts per million of solvents. This concentrate can take a variety of forms from solid to airy or liquid and runny. Concentrate slurry can either be solidified, liquefied, runny, or aerated. In most cases, though, a concentrated slurry has a semi-liquid consistency and may contain many different amounts of cannabis plant material.
A lot of concentrate slurry products are even further refined through different extraction methods to produce highly potent concentrate products like butane honey oil, honeycomb, shatter, hash, wax, budder, rosin, bubble hash, full melt, oil, and a multitude of other concentrated products widely used in vaping, dabbing, and cannabis edibles. Concentrate slurry contains many different levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), terpenes, and essential oils.
One specific example is that when hash is being manufactured, the concentrated slurry is the residue that is squeezed from the bagged plant material. It is known to be fairly rich in resin. The condensed slurry is the highly potent residue derived from the content of cannabis plants during the production of CO2 or butane hash oil (BHO). Concentrate slurry is a term that also is often used to refer to the process of cold extraction involving either oil or alcohol to remove THC and CBD from the cannabis plant material.
Often the residual concentrate slurry obtained from the process of cold extraction is used in making things like edibles or tinctures. For the safety and effectiveness of consumption, it is highly recommended to remove any and all traces of solvents and residue of the finished product before consuming. No one wants to be ingesting butane when they are taking a dab of their favorite concentrate and it will just take away from what should be an overall enjoyable experience for the user.
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Make sure you you purged that concentrate slurry properly.