Weed Glossary

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420:  The term 420 is used to refer to weed or to the act of smoking cannabis. The term was originally used as a code word by high school students in San Rafael, California in the 1970s when they wanted to get high.

Bake: To smoke weed or consume cannabis.

Baked: To be high or stoned.

Bat: A small, straight, one hit pipe used for smoking pot. 

BHO: Butane honey oil, also known as butane hash oil, is a cannabis extract that uses butane to heat the plant matter and extract the THC from the cannabis, leaving a sticky, wax-like resin that contains a high concentration of THC often in the 80-90% range. Smoking this form of the drug (referred to as doing dabs) produces an extremely intense high.

Blaze: To light up a joint or to smoke a joint.

Blunt: A hallowed out (Phillies) cigar filled with cannabis and rolled up like a joint.

Bogart: To keep a joint all to ones self and not share it. The term comes from the last name of ther famous actor Humphrey Bogart who seemingly perpetually used to have a cigarette hanging from his lips. Often used as, "Don't Bogart that joint", it means not to hog it and to pass it on.

Bong: A popular device used for smoking cannabis. It consists of a long tube which is filled with water at the bottom that cools down the smoke as the smoke passes through the water in the device.

Bowl: A pipe used for smoking cannabis. It's called a bowl because of it's bowl shaped head where the weed is placed. 

Bubbler: A pipe used for smoking weed that is filled with water allowing the smoke to cool down after passing through the water. 

Bubble Hash: Bubble hash is a type of cannabis extract.. It's a brown and crumbly substance. Bubble hash is made by extracting structures called trichomes that contain the majority of cannabis's THC. These structures resemble tiny hairs on cannabis flower buds. Bubble hash is named after the bubbles that form when bubble hash is smoked. Full melt is an especially refined type of bubble hash. The name also refers to the “bubble bags” that are used in the extraction process. Bubble bags allow for the use of freezing and simple ice water to filter out raw plant materials and contaminants while retaining active plant ingredients. To make bubble hash, trichome rich flower buds are typically frozen. They are then are soaked in ice water, manually agitated, and filtered through “bubble bags” which are plastic filtration bags that have holes of increasingly smaller sizes. Freezing helps to separate the THC-rich trichomes from the flowers. Several extractions, using bags with progressively finer mesh, help remove the ice water while retaining the desired trichomes and active compounds. The process filters out the excess plant material, leaving behind the intact resin. The resulting product is then air-dried to remove any residual water.

Bud: Marijuana, cannabis, pot. The flower part of the cannabis plant that is smoked.

Budder:  A cannabis concentrate that is similar to wax but it's a bit softer and more pliable. It looks and feels a bit like cake frosting. Budder is a type of hash oil that can contain 80%-95% THC and is dabbed using a rig or consumed in a vape pen. Some budder is partly sticky, leaning towards the consistency of Sauce or Rosin, while others look more like powdered crumble.

Budtender: A staff member of a cannabis dispensary who serves you cannabis like a "bartender" would serve liqour in a bar. Their job is to make suggestions and answer questions about the products. 

Burnt: Another word for stoned, baked, or high.

Butane Hash Oil: Butane hash oil, also known as butane honey oil, is a cannabis extract that uses butane to heat the plant matter and extract the THC from the cannabis, leaving a sticky, wax-like resin that contains a high concentration of THC often in the 80-95% range. Smoking this form of the drug (referred to as doing dabs) produces an extremely intense high.

Butane Honey Oil: Butane honey oil, also known as butane hash oil, is a cannabis extract that uses butane to heat the plant matter and extract the THC from the cannabis, leaving a sticky, wax-like resin that contains a high concentration of THC often in the 80-95% range. Smoking this form of the drug (referred to as doing dabs) produces an extremely intense high.

Cannabis: Cannabis, also known as weed, pot, and marijuana among other names, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis Sativa plant that can be used for medical or recreational purposes. The main psychoactive part of cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC which is the ingredient that produces cannabis's euphoric effects. It is generally consumed by smoking or eating.

Cannabidiol: Cannabidiol also known as (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid discovered in the Cannabis Sativa plant in 1940. It is the 2nd most prevalent one of 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants and it accounts for up to 40% of the plant's extract. It is generally consumed by smoking or eating. While CBD is a component of marijuana, by itself, it does not cause a high or intoxicating effects. 

Cannabinoids:  Cannabinoids are natural compounds that can be found in the Cannabis sativa plant. Out of over 480 different compounds that are present in the plant, only around 66 of them are cannabinoids. The most well known among these compounds is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol better known as THC, which is the main intoxicating ingredient in cannabis. Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is another important component, which makes up about 40% of the plant resin extract.

Capsules: A small edible case or container filled with cannabis or CBD oil.

Carb: A hole that is found in the side of a pipe or bong. The hole is covered while taking a hit and then released just before the hit is finished inhaling in order to clear the smoke from the chamber of the device.

Carb Cap: A carb cap is an extremely popular device for use with dabbing. It's sort of like a cover that is used to cover the bowl of a cannabis dab rig so that the smoke doesn't escape and so that the concentrate vaporizes more efficiently. 

CBD: Cannabidiol also known as (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid discovered in the Cannabis Sativa plant in 1940. It is the 2nd most prevalent one of 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants and it accounts for up to 40% of the plant's extract. It is generally consumed by smoking or eating. While CBD is a component of marijuana, by itself, it does not cause a high or intoxicating effects. 

 

Cheeba: A term used to describe marijuana, such as pot, weed, or cannabis. 

Chillum: A chillum is a type of pipe used for smoking cannabis with the bowl piece on top in the same direction as the pipe (like a bat or one hitter). The word chillum is derived from the Hindi word cilam, which means pipe. Smaller chillums are often called one-hitters or bats.

Chronic: A high quality strain of cannabis.

Clone: A clone refers to a cannabis plant that is an exact reproduction of an original mother plant. The term is most often used to describe adult plants and strains, whereas the term cuttings is used to refer to clones that have yet to be rooted and begin to grow. In science speak, cloning is the process of asexually propagating cannabis plants to create genetic copies (clones). The process of making clones (cloning plants) is very common in cannabis propagation because it is a budget-friendly method of propagation and is considered faster than growing plants from seed. Plus, it results in plants with the same genetics and predictable growth habits as the healthy, desirable plant in which the clones have come from. It should be noted that hybrid strains, which are the result of cross-breeding two separate strains, are only able to reproduce via taking cuttings and making clones.

CO2 Extraction: CO2 extraction uses pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract THC (and other phytochemicals) from the cannabis plant. CO2 can act like a solvent at certain temperatures allowing for the extraction. While it is safe and effective, it also involves expensive equipment which freezes the CO2 gas and compresses it into a cold liquid state.

Cola: A cola is a botanical term that refers to a cluster of buds that grow tightly together. While smaller colas occur along the budding sites of lower branches of the cannabis plant, the main cola (which is sometimes called the apical or terminal bud) forms at the very top of the plant.

Concentrates: Cannabis concentrates are substances in which the THC has been extracted from the plant into a highly concentrated substance. Cannabis concentrates are available in a wide array of forms such as waxes, oils, rosin, shatter, budder, live resin, hash, and oral tinctures.

Cone: A cone is a joint that is rolled in the shape of a cone. 

Cotton mouth: The condition that consists of dryness of the mouth that can occur after consuming cannabis.

Crystals: Crystals refer to the cannabis plant’s trichomes. The trichomes contain cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). If a cannabis plant has a lot of crystals, then it is usually very potent, with high levels of cannabinoids.

Cure: Curing is the method used to properly dry and cut marijuana flowers before they are suitable for consumption. The cannabis curing process - which is from when the flowers are harvested to when they are ready for consumption - usually takes around a month.

Dab: Dabbing is a method of smoking cannabis concentrates by placing the concentrate on an extremely hot metal object called a nail, which is basically the bowl piece of a dab rig, and then inhaling the THC vapors that are produced. The nail is usually heated with a blowtorch, the nail is then allowed to cool for a few seconds, then the cannabis concentrate is placed on the nail and the vapors are inhaled.

Dabber: A long glass or metal piece with a pointy end to stick to cannabis concentrates, which is then touched to a heated dab nail while you inhale from the rig to get the smoke.

Dabbing: Dabbing is a method of smoking cannabis concentrates by placing the concentrate on an extremely hot metal object called a nail, which is basically the bowl piece of a dab rig, and then inhaling the THC vapors that are produced. The nail is usually heated with a blowtorch, the nail is then allowed to cool for a few seconds, then the cannabis concentrate is placed on the nail and the vapors are inhaled.

Dab Rig: A dab rig is a device similar to a bong that is used for smoking cannabis extracts. It's bowl piece is referred to as a nail. 

Dank: Is a term used to describe sticky, smelly, potent, high quality marijuana.

Decarb: Decarboxylation or to “decarb” or is a chemical reaction that removes a carboxyl group and releases carbon dioxide (CO2). When referring to the decarboxylation of cannabis, it is the process of turning the non-psychoactive compound THCA found in cannabis into the psychoactive THC which is what gets you “high”. If you want to feel a buzz or get high from your weed, it needs to be decarbed or "activated".  

Decarboxylation: Decarboxylation or “decarbing” or is a chemical reaction that removes a carboxyl group and releases carbon dioxide (CO2). When referring to the decarboxylation of cannabis, it is the process of turning the non-psychoactive compound THCA found in cannabis into the psychoactive THC which is what gets you “high”. If you want to feel a buzz or get high from your weed, it needs to be decarbed or "activated".  

Dime: A ‘dime’ bag of weed is a $10 bag of weed. As it is a set dollar amount, the quantity of marijuana you’ll receive varies significantly depending on the quality of the strain.

Dirt Weed: "Dirt weed" is crappy, extremely low quality marijuana.

Dispensary: A dispensary is a recreational or medical store or clinic that provides cannabis and cannabis products.

Distillate: Cannabis Distillate is a runny, sticky, and translucent cannabis oil that doesn't have any of the waxes or undesirable compounds left over from the original plant. Distillate is popular due to its potency and versatility. It can be used to dab, or as an ingredient in edibles, or topicals. Distillate concentrates are made using a refinement process that separates the THC compounds from the cannabis plant matter. Distillation is a technique for creating cannabis extracts that are pure on a molecular level allowing to create odorless and tasteless THC (or CBD) that is 99% pure concentrate.

Domeless Nail: In a dab rig, the nail is used for heating the concentrate to the point where it produces vapor. They come in a few different styles, including domed and domeless. A domeless nail allows cannabis users to consume concentrates easily and efficiently. As opposed to a domed nail, the domeless nail boasts a larger size, which means that more cannabis concentrate can be used at once. The lack of a dome also makes it easier to heat the concentrate. However, without the protective dome that other nails feature, the concentrate in the domeless nail also quickly loses heat prompting some users to place a carb cap on the domeless nail to help prevent heat loss.

Doobie: A slang word used for describing a joint or a marijuana cigarette.

Doobage: A slang term used to describe marijuana. Other terms include cannabis, weed, or pot. 

Dope: A slang term used to describe marijuana. Other terms include cannabis, weed, or pot. 

Dry Mouth: Also known as cotton mouth, the condition that consists of dryness of the mouth that can occur after consuming cannabis.

Dub sack: A dub sack is a $20 bag of weed. A dub is a unit of measurement that derives from the word “dubs,” which is a slang term for car rims that are at least 20 inches in diameter.

Edible: Cannabis edibles, also known as a cannabis-infused foods, are food products that contain THC. Although edibles may refer to either foods or drinks, cannabis infused drinks are often called liquid edibles or drinkables. THC edibles are consumed for recreational and medical purposes. Some edibles contain a negligible amount of THC and are instead dominant in other cannabinoids, such as cannabidiol or CBD. CBD edibles are primarily used for medical purposes.

Eighth: An eighth refers to an eighth of an ounce of weed. Since there are 28 grams of weed in an ounce an eighth is 3.5 grams of weed.

Elbow: An elbow is a pound of cannabis.

Extract: Cannabis extracts are substances in which the THC has been extracted from the plant into a highly concentrated substance. Cannabis extracts, also known as concentrates, are available in a wide array of forms such as waxes, oils, rosin, shatter, budder, live resin, hash, and oral tinctures.

Fatty: Slang term for a really fat joint.

Feminized: Feminized cannabis plants come from seeds that have been specially bred in order to make only female plants. Female plants are the ones that produce the flowers or buds that you smoke. Feminized seeds make things easier for growers by eliminating the need to determine the sex of the plants and remove the males to prevent fertilization. 

Flower: Cannabis flowers are the hairy, sticky, crystal-covered buds that are harvested, dried, then consumed.

Flowing Time: Flowering time refers to the amount of time that it takes for a cannabis plant to produce mature buds. Cannabis flowering times are affected by the strain and the length of daily exposure the plant receives to the sun.

Fresh Frozen:  Fresh frozen refers to cannabis that has been cryogenically frozen immediately after harvest in order to preserve the plant’s terpenes. Fresh frozen is also the name of a type of hashish that is created using only fresh frozen cannabis buds and trim. The process of fresh freezing the cannabis immediately after harvesting is advantageous because the plant material is not dried and crumbled as it typically is after harvest and it keeps more of the trichomes.

Full Melt Hash: The term full melt, or full melt bubble hash, refers to a type of hashish. It is a cannabis resin concentrate that is usually produced using an ice and water extraction method. However, full melt hash can also be made using a dry sieve process.

Ganja: A slang term for cannabis.

Germination: Germination is a term used in botany. Germination occurs when a cannabis seed starts to grow and it produces a shoot or seedling from the seed.

Gram: A unit of measurement used for cannabis. It's a metric unit of mass equal to one thousandth of a kilogram.

Grass: A slang term for marijuana.

Gravity Bong: A gravity bong is a smoking device that is designed to use the force of gravity and air pressure to pull weed smoke into the chamber, using water as the means for drawing the smoke down into the chamber. It is also referred to as a bucket bong. A gravity bong is made out of two containers, with the larger, open top container filled with water. The smaller has an attached bowl piece and an open bottom, and the smaller is placed into the larger. Once the bowl is lit, the user must move the small container up, which causes a pressure difference making smoke slowly fill the small jar until the user removes the bowl and inhales the contents. 

Grinder: A grinder is a small cylindrical device with two halves and pegged teeth designed to grind up the cannabis plant into small pieces in order to roll it easily into a joint.

Half: A half ounce of cannabis or 14 grams. 

Hash: Hash or hashish is a cannabis extract made from the resin of the cannabis plant. It's THC levels are generally around 40-50% making it much more potent than regular cannabis flowers. 

Hash Oil: Hash oil is a resinous oil extracted from the cannabis plant using a solvent, and then ingested, smoked, or vaporized for its intoxicating effects. Hash oil often has THC levels in the 50-60% range.

Hashish: Hash or hashish is a cannabis extract made from the resin of the cannabis plant. It's THC levels are generally around 40-50% making it much more potent than regular cannabis flowers. 

Heady Glass: Heady glass is high quality, colourful, creative, and beautifully designed glass cannabis smoking paraphernalia painstakenly crafted with intricate designs.

Herb: A slang term for marijuana.

High: To be stoned

Hot Box: To fill a small space such as a car with smoke.

Hybrid: Hybrid strains are created from cannabis plants that are cross bred with each other. There are very few pure sativa or pure indica strains. Most strains are a hybrid blend of the two. They can inherit traits from both of the parent strains. Hybrids can be either Indica or Sativa dominant in their genetic makeup and effects. Strains can be created that allow the various properties of the two parents to blend with each other and create something entirely different from either of the two strains on their own.Hybrids are typically grown on farms or greenhouses from a combination of sativa and indica strains. Many hybrid cannabis plants are grown in order to increase the THC percentage, but each type has a unique ratio of the two cannabinoids. The appearance of hybrid strains depends on the combination of the parent plants. Hybrid strains are known for smells and tastes that range from earthy tones like wood, musk, pine, and grass, to sweet and fruity like citrus, berries and grapes.

Indica: Indica strains are a variety of cannabis that are thought to have originated near Central Asia and spread to regions in Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Turkey. With certain strains such as Hindu Kush coming from the Hindu Kush mountain region where the durable plants are able to grow in its harsh climate. Indica plants are typically short (under 6 feet tall) stout stocky bushy plants with broad and thick dark green leaves. Flowers of an indica plant are usually very dense. Because they grow smaller, indica strains are great for growing indoors. Indica plants typically produce less of a yield than sativa plants but this lower yield is generally offset by the indica plant's shorter growing cycle taking anywhere from 8-12 weeks to fully flower. Indica strains are known for smells and tastes that range from  wood, musk and earthy tones to sweet and fruity, like berries and grapes.

Isolate: THC isolate or CBD isolate is the purest form of concentrate that you can get, because at this point you basically have the pure THC and CBD molecules. Distillate on the other hand can still have some other cannabinoids present. Isolate is basically refined distillate. 

Jay: A slang term for a joint or marijuana cigarette

Jelly Hash: Jelly hash is a highly potent mixture of bubble hash and hash oil. It's produced by mixing hash oil with bubble hash under heat and it's known for its jelly like texture because the oil doesn't mix very well with the water.

Joint: A marijuana cigarette

Keif: Also known as keef, kif, and cannabis crystals among other names, refers to the resinous trichomes of cannabis that is sifted from loose, dry cannabis with a mesh screen or sieve. Kief contains a very high concentration of THC and produces a very intense high.

Kind: Very good, potent, high quality cannabis.

Kush: A popular strain of cannabis

Live Resin: Live resin is a sticky wax-like cannabis concentrate that has more intense terpene flavours and smells than many other marijuana concentrates with the THC or CBD content ranging up to 95%. Live resin is created from entire plants that are frozen right after they are harvested preserving all of the terpenes that are usually lost during the drying and extraction process.

Magic Butter: A cooking machine similar to a crockpot that is used to make cannabis infused edibles such as cannabis infused butter.

Marijuana: Another word for the cannabis sativa plant.

Mary Jane: A slang term for marijuana.

Muggle: Well before J.K. Rowling used the term Muggle for a non magical person, it was used in the 1930's as a jazz slang term for someone who used cannabis. 

Nail: In a dab rig, the nail is used for heating the concentrate to the point where it produces vapor. They come in a few different styles, including domed and domeless. A domeless nail allows cannabis users to consume concentrates easily and efficiently. As opposed to a domed nail, the domeless nail boasts a larger size, which means that more cannabis concentrate can be used at once. The lack of a dome also makes it easier to heat the concentrate. However, without the protective dome that other nails feature, the concentrate in the domeless nail also quickly loses heat prompting some users to place a carb cap on the domeless nail to help prevent heat loss.

Nickle: A $5 bag of weed.

Nitrous Bong Hit:

Nug: Bud or flower of a cannabis plant. 

Nuggets: Buds or flowers of a cannabis plant. 

Oil: THC oil refers to psychoactive cannabis oils that deliver euphoric effects. 

One Hitter: A small pipe used for taking one hit of cannabis at a time.

Ounce: A common unit of measurement for cannabis. One Ounce is equal to 28 grams.

 

Pack A Bowl: To fill a pipe or bong with weed.

Papers: Short for rolling papers - the paper that a joint is rolled with.

Perc: A perc or percolator is an extra water chamber that is common in many bongs. It helps to cool down the smoke allowing for a smoother hit.

Percolator: A percolator is an extra water chamber that is common in many bongs. It helps to cool down the smoke allowing for a smoother hit.

Philly: A (Phillies cigar) emptied out, filled with cannabis and smoked like a joint.

Phillies Blunt: A (Phillies cigar) emptied out, filled with cannabis and smoked like a joint.

Pinner: A small, tightly rolled up marijuana joint.

Pipe: A handheld smoking device used to inhale the smoke of a burning substance. Also often referred to as a bowl or a piece.

Pot: A slang term for cannabis.

Pre-roll: A joint (marijuana cigarette) that's been rolled in advance. Often available for purchase in dispensaries. 

Purps: A slang term used to describe high grade marijuana strains that have purple colors such as granddaddy purps, purple haze or purple kush.

Quarter: A quarter ounce of weed or 7 grams. 

QP: A quater pound of weed.

Reefer: A slang term for cananbis.

Rig: A rig, short for dab rig, is a device similar to a bong that is used for smoking cannabis extracts. It's bowl piece is referred to as a nail. 

Roach: The remains of a joint after most of it has been smoked.

Rolling Papers: Thin paper used for rolling a joint.

Rosin:  Rosin is a cannabis concentrate made through an extraction technique that uses pressure and heat. Rosin has a very high cannabinoid and terpene concentration with THC percentages in the 80% range. An advantage of rosin is its overall purity, which is the result of using only heat, pressure and micron sift bags, instead of using any solvents, in order to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant. Because of this, rosin doesn't have any solvent residue, while other techniques may require going through more steps to purify the extract, something that is not always fully achieved.

Rosin Tech: Rosin tech is a technology that uses heat and pressure to extract THC from the cannabis plant. It is an all-natural way to make cannabis extracts. Simply put, take your flower or hash, put it in a filter bag and in between parchment paper, then apply heat around  215 degrees F and at least 800 PSI of pressure for 120 seconds, and that’s it – you’ve made a completely solventless, extremely potent, cannabis extract.

Ruderalis: A third species of Cannabis, after Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica, called Cannabis ruderalis, was classified by Russian botanist D. E. Janischewsky in 1924. Cannabis ruderalis, is a low THC variety or species of Cannabis which is native to Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. Cannabis ruderalis is widely accepted as its own species due to its unique traits which distinguish it from Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa. It has little to no intoxicating effects due to its low THC content.

Sativa: Sativas are strains of cannabis that are thought to have originated in warmer weather regions close to the equator such as Africa, Southeast Asia, Colombia, Jamaica, Mexico, Thailand, and Vietnam. Sativa strains are found growing wild today throughout many tropical areas of the world. Sativa plants are typically tall (over 6 feet tall), narrow, and lanky plants with long, thin, and narrow light green leaves. Their branches are typically spread out and grow upwards. They generally have sparse, less dense, somewhat feathery flowers. Because they grow larger, sometimes up to even 20 feet tall, sativa strains are great for growing outdoors. Sativa plants typically produce more of a yield come harvest than indica plants, but this larger yield is often offset by the sativa plant’s longer growing cycle, taking anywhere from 10-16 weeks to fully flower. Sativa strains are known for smells and tastes that range from pine, grass, citrus, and other tropical flavours.

Schwag: Low quality cannabis or "dirt weed".

Scientific Glass: Scientific glass pieces are cannabis smoking paraphernalia where functionality and ease of use are favoured over the beauty of the piece.

Sesh: A cannabis smoking session.

Session: A meeting devoted to smoking cannabis.

Shake:  Shake refers to the little bits of cannabis that collect and gather at the bottom of a bag or container of cannabis. Shake is just tiny little pieces of the buds that have fallen off over time.

 

Shatter: Shatter is a type of cannabis concentrate that is typically hard and glass like with a yellowish/brownish color. Shatter can reach up to 98% THC levels. One of the most common types of hash these days is made by extracting THC from the cannabis plant using chemicals. While they won't dissolve in water, THC glands are soluble in chemicals like butane and rubbing alcohol. For butane extractions, the cannabis is crammed into a long metal or glass cylinder that's open on both ends, and then liquid butane is sprayed down the tube and through a filter at the bottom opening. The THC is dissolved into the butane, which is collected, then carefully heated and left in a vacuum chamber to evaporate the solvent. What is left over is super strong shatter that is around 95 percent THC or higher.​

Sinsemilla: Refers to extremely potent cannabis from female plants that are specially tended and kept seedless by preventing pollination in order to produce a high resin content.

Skunk: Skunk has become a slang term that refers to any type of weed but it originally refers to a particular strain because of it's pungent skunk like smell. 

Solventless: When cannabis extracts are made without the use of chemicals. 

Spliff: A joint or marijuana cigarette

Strain: 

When discussing cannabis, the term strain, refers to different varieties of the plant, and also refers to any of the plant's offspring that descend from genetically modified plants. Cannabis strains consist of either pure or hybrid plants. Generally, strains of cannabis are divided into three groups: indicas, sativas, and hybrids. There is also a strain called ruderalis, which isn't referenced much because it has a very low T content with little to no intoxicating effects.

Stoned: High or intoxicated from weed.

Stoner: Someone who smokes weed on a daily basis.

Terpenes: Terpenes are the organic compounds that provide aroma and flavor in cannabis and other plants. Terpenes are responsible for the different smells and tastes of different cannabis strains . Terpenes form inside cannabis trichomes. Each cannabis strain has its own unique smell because of it's own distinct terpene content. Terpenes are what determine the tasty fruity, citrusy, earthy, skunky, and tropical tastes and smells of different cannabis strains.

Tetrahydrocannibidinol: Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the chemical compound that is responsible for marijuana's intoxicating effects.

THC: THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical compound that is responsible for marijuana's intoxicating effects.

Tincture: A tincture is when compounds from a plant are extracted using an alcohol solution. It's taken by placing a few drops under the tongue. It hits you in just a few minutes and is a popular way to administer cannabis and cbd oil.

Toke: To smoke a hit of a joint.

Topical: A cannabis or CBD infused substance that is administered by applying it to a part of the body directly instead of by inhaling or ingesting it.

Torch: A butane lighter for doing dabs.

Tree: Slang term for a cannabis plant.

Trichomes: Trichomes, when referring to Cannabis, are the crystallized glands on the flowers. They are sometimes called resinous glands or sticky little hairs. When resin trichomes are near their THC concentration peak, they have a translucent color since the plant is still producing resin in the trichome glands. They're the part of the plant that carries the most THC.

Trim: The shake and leftover leaves that were cut off during the curing process of a cananbis plant.

Walking The Dog: A phrase used as code for going to get high.

Water Hash: Water hash, also called, Bubble hash, is a type of cannabis extract.. It's a brown and crumbly substance. Bubble hash is made by extracting structures called trichomes that contain the majority of cannabis's THC. These structures resemble tiny hairs on cannabis flower buds. Bubble hash is named after the bubbles that form when bubble hash is smoked. Full melt is an especially refined type of bubble hash. The name also refers to the “bubble bags” that are used in the extraction process. Bubble bags allow for the use of freezing and simple ice water to filter out raw plant materials and contaminants while retaining active plant ingredients. To make bubble hash, trichome rich flower buds are typically frozen. They are then are soaked in ice water, manually agitated, and filtered through “bubble bags” which are plastic filtration bags that have holes of increasingly smaller sizes. Freezing helps to separate the THC-rich trichomes from the flowers. Several extractions, using bags with progressively finer mesh, help remove the ice water while retaining the desired trichomes and active compounds. The process filters out the excess plant material, leaving behind the intact resin. The resulting product is then air-dried to remove any residual water.

Wax: Wax is a form of cannabis concentrate that has a sticky, ear wax like texture. It's used to describe shatter, crumble, budder, and bho. It's made by extracting THC from the cannabis plant using solvents or chemicals. While they won't dissolve in water, THC glands are soluble in chemicals like butane and rubbing alcohol. For butane extractions, the cannabis is crammed into a long metal or glass cylinder that's open on both ends, and then liquid butane is sprayed down the tube and through a filter at the bottom opening. The THC is dissolved into the butane, which is collected, then carefully heated and left in a vacuum chamber to evaporate the solvent. What is left over is super strong THC wax which is also referred to as butane honey oil (BHO) or budder, that is around 90 percent THC or higher.​

Weed: A slang term for cannabis.

Vaporizer: A cannabis smoking device that heats up the weed to the point just below combustion at which the THC is released into air vapors without burning the plant material allowing for the intoxicating effects and saving your lungs from many of the detrimental effects of smoking. Vaporizing is a much healthier way to consume cannabis than by smoking it.

Zee: An ounce of marijuana

Zipper: An ounce of cannabis

 

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