Death Bubba HCFSE Diamonds
These High Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract Diamonds are extra refined for quality and purity and can reach a potency of 99% THC. They are the direct result of over 10 years worth of collective experience from the people at Arcana. Beautiful, shining THCa Crystals float in a sea of HCFSE (High Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract) oil. They are a perfect balance of convenience and creativity.
Death Bubba Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain is the grandchild of the notorious OG Kush and child of the potent sedatives Death Star and Bubba Kush. It is a Western Canadian native that has been making waves since 2012. Boasting a highly potent cannabinoid range reaching up to 27% THC, this 70% indica dominant hybrid produces a strong, medicinal high. Death Bubba is bursting with a heady terpene profile of limonene and caryophyllene. Its aromas of warm-spiced citrus and piney freshness accompany this smooth, tasty smoke. As a result, it ushers in body-warming, psychoactive indica-dominant effects. Matteo Suleyman of Vancouver BC’s Sea to Sky is the breeder behind this rare British Columbia gem.
What are HCFSE Diamonds?
The term Diamonds is used to refer to the crystalline structures that develop in the production of Sauce. They are clearly visible in the mixture after the removal of the initial terpene sauce. As a result, a residual sauce usually covers these crystals. Diamonds can also refer to the THCA crystals isolated during the refining of oils.
The only real difference in the production of Sauce and Diamonds is the extraction process. In the end, both the terpene-rich sauce and the isolated crystals can reach levels of 99% THCA. It is important to remember that on their own, Diamonds do not contain any THC. Once you apply heat, the THCA converts into THC and released.
There are many different factors that determine size and appearance. Surprisingly, none of them involve the original parent material. Instead, Diamonds get their characteristics from a range of other influences. The different solvents used in the extraction process will cause a change in appearance. Additionally, the overall temperature and moisture content play a huge role in the final product. Finally, all these factors will impart small chemical impurities, each of which can affect the consistency as well. In fact, some terpenes can even cause their own impurities and hinder crystallization.
Using THC Diamonds
In their raw form, HCFSE Diamonds don’t contain any active ingredients. As a result, if you add them to food or bake them into edibles they are ineffective. The only way to enjoy the purity and strength of Diamonds is to heat them past 350 degrees Fahrenheit. It isn’t until reaching this temperature that the THC will be activated and released. We recommend using a dab rig for the best results. Just like with all of our products we recommend you follow one simple mantra; Start Low and Go Slow. If you are new to Concentrates, we recommend starting with a lower concentration before using Diamonds.
The impacts of using THC diamonds are intense and not for the faint of heart. When comparing THC crystals to the average marijuana plant, it is easy to see the difference to get an idea of the possible experience you should expect. Cannabis flowers contain an average of 20%-25% THC, and THC diamonds contain almost a full 100%. The potency of using THC crystals is 4 times stronger than that of your common dried herb.