Well, there really isn’t anything named “terpsolate crystals.” There are, however, terpsolates and CBD crystals, so we will cover both in this article.
Let’s start with CBD crystals. CBD crystals are basically CBD in its purest form. It is CBD only, stripped from all other compounds found in the cannabis plant, including terpenes and, most importantly, THC. The crystals are what is left after the manufacturing process takes everything else away.
So, how are CBD crystals used?
Well, they can be used in several ways.
Some people add them to their food or drinks, but it is important to keep in mind that high heat can reduce the effects of the CBD.
Others use CBD crystals to vape by mixing them with their favourite e-liquid.
CBD crystals can also be ingested by dabbing them directly under the tongue.
If you decide to ingest CBD crystals with your food, it is important that you ingest them after eating a substantial meal. You do not want to consume CBD crystals on an empty stomach as that can make it difficult for your body to absorb.
Also, if you plan to ingest CBD crystals in your food, keep in mind, it can take longer to feel the effects of the CBD and can take up to 30-90 minutes to kick in. Vaping CBD crystals helps you to feel the effects much quicker.
So, what is CBD terpsolate?
Ok, so now that we know a little about CBD crystals, let’s discuss terpsolates. Terpsolates are made by mixing terpenes with CBD isolate to create the ultimate combo of pure CBD with the amazing aroma and taste of terpenes. Most people love terpenes because of their aroma and flavor, but they do not want to chance having THC in their CBD products.
So, the combination of pure CBD isolate with pure terpenes ensures a product that does not contain THC, but still has the yummy flavors and aromas of some of the most sought-after cannabis strains. Terpsolates are usually made for the consumption of food products. The terpenes that are added to pure CBD isolate enhance flavors and can be used as additions to drinks and foods.
- Terpsolates are also commonly dabbed under the tongue and used in edibles and in topicals.
- The most common terpenes that are added to CBD isolates to make terpsolates are:
- Myrcene: this has a sweet and musky scent
- Limonene: this has a scent like a burst of citrus and is also found in lemons and oranges
- Linalool: this has a lavender scent and is known for its calming properties
- Pinene: this is the fresh yet earthy smell that you get from a pine tree
- Caryophyllene: this has a more peppery scent
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