Capsules: orally administered oil, often referred to as canna caps
Distillate: activated cannabis oil that can be used in food or ingested orally
Edibles: sweet or savory foods infused with cannabis flower or concentrates
RSO (Rick Simpson Oil): highly-concentrated cannabis oil extracted from female cannabis plants with 20% or more THC content
Tincture: concentrated extract of any herb in a liquid form - typically alcohol or glycerin based.
Sublinguals: sprays and fast dissolving strips that absorb through salivary glands in the mouth and enter the bloodstream rapidly
Bud/Flower: plant matter harvested and used both medically and recreationally in a variety of smoking devices
Hydrocarbon Extraction (commonly referred to as BHO): thick, sticky concentrate popularly consumed for dabbing and other vaporization methods
Budder/Cake Batter: extract that takes on a creamy, buttery consistency.
Shatter: extract that takes on a transparent glass like consistency
Wax: extract that takes on a soft, waxy consistency, also known as honeycomb or crumble
Live Resin: extract that is immediately frozen after harvest, preserving all the cannabinoids and terpenes present.
CO2 Oil: solvent-less supercritical fluid extract used in vaporizers, edibles, topicals, and other infused products
Dry Sift Hash: form of hash that is very similar to kief, with a more refined process for manufacturing
Hash/Hashish: collection of resinous glands compressed into balls, cakes, or slabs
Kief: unpressed resinous glands collected from dry flower with use of a screen
Rosin: solvent-less extract that uses heat and pressure to concentrate essential cannabis compounds
RSO (Rick Simpson Oil): highly-concentrated cannabis oil extracted from female cannabis plants (generally indica) with 20% or more THC content
Topicals: variety of cannabis infused lotions, sprays, gels, oils, etc absorbed through the skin for localized relief
Transdermal Patches: patch adhered to a veinous area of the body which affects the bloodstream directly for a slow time release