About Extract Labs :
After his tour in Iraq, combat veteran Craig Henderson developed an interest in the medicinal application of cannabis. While initial research showed promise, the psychoactive component remained an obstacle that would eventually lead him to discover CBD. Witnessing the benefits of CBD alongside a community of veterans fueled a desire to start his own business. From a dusty corner of his garage with no more than what was absolutely necessary, Craig began extracting hemp into an oil, and soon thereafter, Extract Labs was born. Today, the company employs roughly 50 people and occupies 2 buildings: one for hemp processing, the other for further refinement and end-to-end business operations. All Extract Labs growing & processing practices are organic & natural!
About CBD Dabs :
Extract Labs CBD Dabs are meant to be “dabbed”. This common term amongst the cannabis community means to vaporize a small amount, or a dab, of concentrate. CBD dabs are some of the most potent CBD products available with nearly 900mg total cannibinoids per 1000mg. You don’t need much as they say, a dab will do ya!
WHAT IS CBD CRUMBLE?
Extract Labs crumble is a “CBD take” on traditional THC concentrates. CBD crumble is made from a combination of broad spectrum distillate and plant derived terpenes. Each CBD crumble features a variety of terpenes based on classic cannabis strains. These strains are known for providing specific effects, and are often blended through hybridization in order to maximize the desired array of qualities. For example, Granddaddy Purp is a classic Indica variety known for its calming, sedative effects. Crumble has a wax like consistency. Other CBD concentrates, like shatter, have a much more brittle texture and also don’t provide a rich mixture of minor cannabinoids, terpenes, and other naturally occurring plant compounds.
WHAT ARE TERPENES?
Terpenes are chemical compounds prevalent throughout plant life that have distinct aromatic and flavor profiles that define them. Increasingly, it is thought that terpenes play a more central role in distinguishing one strain from another by providing the unique effects each strain has become known for. For example, the terpene Myrcene is found in many relaxing strains like Blue Dream and Grandaddy Purp, whereas Terpinolene is found in more uplifting strains. This is not unlike drinking a cup of tea for, on the one-hand soothing the nervous system (think chamomile and lavender), and on the other, orange zinger, to get a little pep in your step.
HOW DO I USE CBD CRUMBLE?
While all our crumble is already “activated” (meaning it can be ingested orally and it will work), the crumble is best consumed by being either vaporized, smoked, or dabbed. You can use a vape/dab pen that is rated for concentrate use, you can dab on a hot nail like you would with THC concentrates, or you can sprinkle them on your other smoke-ables (or smoke them by themselves).
WHY WOULD I CHOOSE CBD CRUMBLE?
If you are a seasoned dabber or curious about consuming CBD concentrates in this way. Dabbing CBD offers another way to experience the effects of CBD. Unlike tinctures, CBD concentrates deliver the full dose to your bloodstream immediately when dabbed, so you can better assess the effects it has on your overall system. Our CBD Crumble is mostly chosen by those who smoke or dab already. Products such as our tinctures and softgels are typically best for beginners. Crumble gives those who prefer to smoke cannabis products an easy way to work CBD into their current daily routine. For those already using other cannabis products, our CBD crumble is an easy way to balance out their current smoking routine and supplement THC heavy products with CBD.
All products contain less than 0.3% THC and is federally legal industrial hemp or derived thereof. **This product contains 0% THC.**
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**ANY STATEMENT ABOUT HERE REGARDING CBD, VAPORIZATION, SMOKING, OR CANNABIS IN GENERAL HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA. Please do your own research and consult with your primary care provider before beginning any new regimen.**