The Future of Smoking

The following extract types are all smokable in your Shatter Blaster with amazing results. The preference is in the smoker because the flavours and effects are quite different. We encourage you to try each and see what your favourite is.

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Shatter is what is referred to as very stable and glass like concentrates that more than likely will break into many pieces when dropped on a hard surface. Some shatter has some adhesive properties to it, while other kinds will be smooth to the touch. In order to get some onto your nail, either drop it in with your fingers, or heat your dabber a little with a lighter to cause the extracts to melt to the tool. A lot of people try to find shatter because it is thought to be the purest substance. Wrap your shatter in parchment paper to store and move it.

Crumble | Honeycomb


Crumble has the driest consistency of all concentrates. Depending on how much it has been broken down, crumble should be able to break into desirable sized dabs before a session. If you’re the type that likes to get hands on, you’ll have no problem dunking this type in without the use of a tool. Try to avoid using parchment paper and instead keep your crumble in a silicone or glass container with a lid.



Budder takes on the space between wax and crumble with a consistency that resembles peanut butter. This form is made by whipping the original sap or shatter that you’re working with. Shatter eventually breaks down into budder with time and a little bit of heat. Budder can represent an abundance of terpenes, but can also mean that the material wasn’t purged enough. If you’re having trouble getting some on your tool, try sticking it in the freezer for about 15 minutes to solidify it. Budder is safe to keep it in either a container or parchment paper.



A drop of distillate should be viscus and with a golden hue. Encased within this golden drop of goodness is a semi-translucent, 99% pure decarboxylated and distilled tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) sap. Dollar for dollar, this morsel of oil is worth more by weight than just about any other consumable substance on the market, and for good reason: Cannabis oil distillates are arguably the future of cannabis concentrates.

Issolates | THCa | CBD


THCa Crystalline was developed as a means of delivering large, quantifiable doses of THCa and is known as the purest isolate anywhere on the market testing at 99-100%. This pure THCa converts to THC when vaped and creates a clear and highly cerebral effect, or remains non-psychoactive when ingested. 

CBD Crystalline is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that can be ingested orally or vaporized to create a calm, clear effect without compromising cognitive function.



Full Spectrum Extracts imprint a sensory snapshot of the Cannabis plant’s diverse biomolecules that exist within its trichome, with all chlorophyll, waxes, lipids, and 99.9% solvent removed, in the same ratio that they existed within the living plant.

In a Full Spectrum Extract, Terpenes should be & 5% of the overall extraction. Flavorful terpenes are liquids at room temperature, while THCA has a crystalline structure when isolated, so a full spectrum extract will appear like wet sand, or “saucy” wet THCA crystals. However, it is crucial that a residual solvent analysis and terpene analysis are both always done to confirm the liquidity is terpenes, and not a poorly purged extract. Dried out, sandy, “Live Resin,” is not a Full Spectrum Extraction due to less refined processing techniques destroying the terpenes we love, which give each plant its own unique character.

Full spectrum extracts are much more biologically complex than distillates, or any product that has separated terpenes and reintroduced them. By capturing the full spectrum of available biomolecules in a single pass extraction, with nothing added or reintroduced, the result is the essence of the living plant, unmolested, and the smell, taste, and effects speak for themselves. When comparing a Full Spectrum extract to typical sandy, dry “live resin,” or other concentrates with reintroduced terpenes, consider Grape Juice compared to wine. Try both, and experience the true connoisseurs’ product: Full Spectrum Extracts.