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Full Melt

Full Melt Hash refers to concentrates that melt and bubble with the presence of even very low heat. These full melt products usually create big and clear bubbles indicating higher quality hash. Full melt is a marijuana resin concentrate that is typically collected through a process of ice and water extraction. Though a dry sieve process can also be used to extract full melt hash. Both these processes of extraction don’t require the use of any solvents and they efficiently separate the resin heads of the cannabis plant from the material of the plant. The main objective full melt is to get the pure trichome heads of the plant. ⠀

Bubble hash is commonly referred to as full melt because it is such a high concentration. When heated from flame or vaporization, the cannabis concentrate easily melts and bubbles. Visually, full melt hash looks like a combination of sand and brown sugar. It’s incredibly fine-textured and looks like a hue of light brown tan. It has a fragrance that is surprisingly strong. Generally, full melt will contain a nice and pure taste. It can be consumed in a vaporizer, dab rig, or pen. Any cannabis user searching for a safe, contaminate-free product that is processed using a solvent-free method will consider full melt to be a fantastic choice. Interestingly, full melt contains high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) levels, cannabinoids and terpenes.

Full melt is known to be a high-shelf product that many cannabis users have grown to like. Full melt typically contains THC levels ranging anywhere from 30% to 60%, whereas solvent-based extract will reach between 60% to 80% and pure THC isolates can reach all the way up to 99%. Full melt will leave the consumer feeling euphoric and they may not have to deal with any of the negative side effects after consuming.

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You know it’s Full Melt if you hash’s bubbles are clear.

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