Smokeable extracts are cannabis concentrates that can be smoked in a variety of ways. The smokeable cannabis concentrated extracts category includes products such as hash, butane hash oil (BHO), trim run, nug run, rosin, wax, keef, shatter, budder, crumble, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), dry sift, full melt, and many others.
Methods to smoke smokeable extracts consist of bongs, pipes, joints, dab rigs, and vaporizers. Some smoking methods are better than others for specific kinds of smokeable extracts.
Smokeable extracts are cannabis concentrates that have been created to be smoked through a variety of methods. The solid extracts can be crumbled and rolled into a joint or placed into the bowl of a pipe, dab rig, bong or vaporizer, whereas the liquid extracts like RSO and BHO are more appropriate for vaporizers.
Extracts, as opposed to dried herb/plant matter, in general tend to be high in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabinol (CBD), other cannabinoids, and terpenes compared to dried marijuana plant material.
A smokeable extract typically contains levels of THC that range from 50 to 80 percent and some even push 90 percent.
An alternative to smokeable extracts are edible extracts, which are ingested orally through cannabis-infused candies, foods, and beverages, rather than smoked/inhaled. Many smokeable extracts are used to make edible extracts, and vice versa. There is much crossover in these products.