Today, honey oil stands as the more potent brother of traditional cannabis. Being a THC concentrate, honey oil sets the standard when it comes to sheer power and efficacy of cannabis treatments.
Setting aside the obvious benefits of a high potency product, honey oil has value that stretches far beyond that.
Not only does the refinement of THC create a more delicate and nuanced flavor profile, but it also addresses issues relating to a speedier relief and treatment in consumers who are seeking something a bit faster acting.
The experience of honey oil is also commonly considered to be easier on the lungs and redolent of a crisper and cleaner overall experience when compared to smoking joints.
The concentrate endures an extraction process that preserves many of its resins and terpenes in the process.
The result is a highly viscous cannabis oil that generally contains a THC content of around 50-75 percent with instances of concentrations reaching records as high as 90 percent. For reference, your typical high-quality harvest of marijuana will consist of approximately 20 percent THC.
Honey oil is highly regarded for both its intensity and high concentration of terpenes relative to its weight. Due to these characteristics, honey oil offers a unique tasting experience for those who are both new and experienced with cannabis.
The dense concentration of terpenes can accentuate the intricate flavor profiles of many strains and highlight otherwise sub-perceptible flavors providing a unique experience in its own right.
How to Use Honey Oil
THC concentrates have been around for quite a while, although recently they have become increasingly potent.
This characteristic of high potency lends honey oil to be highly popular in dabbing.
Aside from dabbing, honey oil may also be consumed by means of ingestion by incorporating the oil into cannabis-infused food recipes.