THC Distillates by Klar
THC Distillate by Klar is brought to you by the good people at ScienceLab. These glass syringes contain premium THC distillate that ScienceLab infuses with a blend of cannabis and plant-derived terpenes. Typical THC %’s for the strains are around 94%, with Raw being a slightly higher percentage, around 96% because it contains no cannabis or plant terpenes.
Daily lab tests of these concentrates to ensure they contain no residual byproducts. That means no fillers, no artificial flavours, no Propylene Glycol, no Vegetable Glycerin or anything else unnatural. Distillates by Klar are artisanal craft quality and are always made in small batches.
What are Distillates?
THC Distillates by Klar are a cannabis extract that has been carefully refined. This refining process removes all materials and compounds except one specific Cannabinoid, either THC or CBD. Depending on the process used in production, Distillates can reach a potency of up to 98%.
They are created using a solvent, usually alcohol, to isolate either the THC or CBD in the Cannabis Flower. After that, they undergo a strict refining process separating Cannabinoids from the original plant matter. The final result a light liquid that can be used it a variety of different ways.
How to use THC Distillates
Yes, Distillates are extremely potent, but they are also exceptionally diverse. There is no limit to the ways you can experience them. Distillates come ready to use. You can enjoy them on their own, add them to Cannabis Flower, combine them into a Topical, or cook them into Edibles with relative ease.
Additionally, as they come in glass syringes, measuring units of Distillate is far easier than measuring other Concentrates. This makes them ideal for cooking with. In the case of edibles, they deliver cannabinoids into the body without unpleasant plant-like tastes or aromas.
Finally, you can smoke or vape distillates with relative ease. These cartridges have become increasingly popular as they allow manufacturers full control over the flavour profile of the final product.