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Wax and Shatter Dispensary Coupons in Englewood Colorado

If you’re looking for cheap apartments in Englewood, you’re probably out of luck, but if you want the best or cheapest deals on weed, wax, and shatter, that’s something we can actually help you with. There’s a recently opened recreational dispensary in Englewood that has some concentrates deals and low priced ounce deals that are pretty enticing. If you want the best deals for the finest craft distillate and craft wax in Englewood, you’ve got to check out Trees Dispensary at 5005 S Federal Blvd in Englewood.

Trees is an Englewood recreational dispensary that seems to have made great deals on concentrates their specialty. One of their best deals is a 500 mg Craft Distillate Cartridge for $18 and you can purchase up to 16 cartridges per store visit at this special discount price. They also have $17 Grams of Wax and Shatter. If you want craft wax or shatter deals in Englewood, Trees Dispensary near Federal and Belleview is a must-see.

It’s not just concentrate deals they offer, either. If you want a good deal on an ounce in Englewood, Trees offers one of the best ounce deals around. For $99 which is about the cheapest price for an ounce in Denver that you will find, you can get a full ounce of buds weighed right before your eyes. Many dispensaries that offer similarly low priced ounces in Denver have only pre-packaged or popcorn shake available, while at Trees you get to take a good look at the marijuana before you buy it.

Best of all next to the amazing ounce deals and wax specials is the fact that there’s no waiting room at Trees. You’re able to start browsing right away, and you can take your time shopping without feeling hurried. Trees also has a dispensary in Portland and will soon be opening another location in Denver.

Before you go to Trees Dispensary, be sure to take a look on CannaSaver for the Trees Dispensary Coupons for concentrates and weed deals in Englewood. CannaSaver is where I can shop the deals I want and find the lowest price for a wax gram, cheapest shatter, cheapest ounce deals and more from all the best dispensaries near me. And seeing as it’s nearly impossible to find cheap apartment deals in Englewood, saving all the money you can with CannaSaver weed and concentrates deals is a smart move!

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How Do You Smoke Sugar Wax

How Do You Smoke Sugar Wax

Posted by CANNASaver on Tuesday, 17 November 2020 in Canna Blog

With every innovation in cannabis, consumers have to learn the lingo. Sugar wax is yet another term to add to the marijuana dictionary, and having a definition is a much different thing than having experienced it. That’s why we not only cover what makes the wax different from other cannabis concentrates, but also the different - and equally awesome - ways you can smoke sugar wax. So how do you smoke sugar wax?

We'll teach you all there is to know.

What is Sugar Wax?

For every unique texture, refinement process, or technique to extract, there is a name for it. For casual or bargain cannabis consumers that are searching out the THC molecule, these distinctions do not offer much, yet for the engaged connoisseur, it can be the difference that builds brands.  

Sugar wax is no exception.

Sugar wax has a lower viscosity than other forms of wax and offers a robust aroma and flavor. The crystalline texture helps preserve the terpenes of the strain or strains the wax is extracted from, as does the agitation process during extraction. We will get into that later.

Sugar Wax Color

Sugar Wax describes a texture and a method of refining extracted THC and other cannabinoids from the cannabis plant.

Sugar wax can range in color - though is often amber to off-white yellow. 

Sugar Wax Texture

Have you ever had a really, really old bottle of honey? The viscous honey overtime has the moisture content removed and turns into wet-looking crystalline granules.

In many cases, sugar wax is similar - wet-looking sugar-like crystals. 

How is Marijuana Sugar Wax Made? 

It’s unsurprising, really. The fact that more varieties of cannabis concentrate continue to hop into the consumer view makes sense. Cannabis concentrates are a great way for consumers to achieve desired effects with less and for producers to maximize the value of every crop. 

Sugar wax is heat purged and vacuumed during the refinement process. This allows the product to gain the crystalline structure needed to become good and ‘sugary’. By encouraging nucleation, or the creation of crystal from a solution via heat and oxygen removal, producers are left with a beautiful cannabis concentrate full of the desired effect and with terpenes preserved. 

For more information on how cannabis concentrates are made, check out this guide for dummies (not that you’re a dummy by any means).

How is Sugar Wax Different From Other Marijuana Concentrates? 

The vacuum and heat purge method used to create sugar wax most closely resembles how shatter, another cannabis concentrate, is made. The main difference is contained within the process of agitation. 

Agitation is the part of the extraction process wherein the cannabinoids and terpenes are stripped from the plant to create a concentrated version. 

Sugar wax uses substantial agitation throughout the extraction process, in combination with dialed-down temperature and lowered condensation when compared with other concentrates (thus the vacuum purge). This allows THC or CBD crystallization to happen more readily while keeping the terpene profile intact. 

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The Two Best Ways to Smoke Cannabis Sugar Wax

Sugar wax is like all other cannabis concentrates in that they can be smoked, vaporized, or included in edibles.
The difference in textures and consistency make some concentrates better than others for certain types of consumption methods. To truly grasp an appreciation of marijuana sugar wax, where flavor and aroma are maximized, the following two methods have been tested (personally) to great success. 

Dab Your Sugar

Dabbing is the standard when it comes to most concentrates. Smoking or, more accurately, vaporizing cannabis sugar wax via dabbing is one of the best ways to ensure the flavors and effects are fully appreciable. 

Why do you ask? 

Dabbing can be done using various types of apparatus and with numerous accessories. For instance, this writer chooses a rig - the most common consumption tool for dabbing - with an e-nail. E-nails allow dabbers to choose and maintain a temperature they dab at, while the rig itself allows the act of dabbing to occur. 

These work in tandem for a single reason: the melting points of terpenes and cannabinoids present in the wax you are smoking. Yes, the “chemistry in high school” melting points.  

The melting point determines the dab flavor and can affect the effects (yes - I wrote that bit to make you reread it.) 

Given the robust presence of terpenes found in sugar wax, dabbing it with an accessory like an e-nail makes for a consistent dabbing experience. Be careful though, the experience may be too glowing for your high eyeballs to want to look at. 

ALWAYS take it slow with cannabis concentrates. 

PRO TIP: Keep your e-nail somewhere between 500 and 750 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal use. Keep this scale in mind:

  • Lower temp: better flavor, higher potential for waste

  • Higher temp = bigger dabs, still excellent flavor, less potential for waste

Infuse Your Flower

It could be an experienced take, but I can’t see a reason to not pump up the volume on any flower I’m consuming. That means adding wax and other cannabis concentrates to the fresh flower. 

PRO TIP: Get concentrates and strains that align or complement. 

It’s not that this is a new idea. We just find it reliably produces a better flavor than even smoking weed through fruit. People have always added hash or kief or both (aka Moonrocks) to products - though it has become a lot more commercially available as of late.

There is a question that arises, however. And particularly in an environment where a buyer can get a 1/8th of weed and a gram of sugar wax (or other concentrates) for $30 or so dollars (in Colorado [Nov. 2020] low end and $100+ on the higher end.)

Some more experienced consumers may find the stellar in-house or branded infused joints and moonrocks to be just fine, but personally, I like to turn the dial myself. 

That is where infusing your own joint comes into play - and why it is such an awesome way to appreciate the robust and somewhat granular aspects of sugar wax within some of your favorite flower. 

Other Ways to Use Sugar Wax

Sugar wax can additionally be added to edibles, though it has to go through the process of decarboxylation first. You can click on that link of the term for more info. Once activated via decarboxylation, it can basically be added to anything. 

Did we just change how you use sugar wax? Let us know. 

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What is the Best Form of Concentrate?

What is the Best Form of Concentrate?

Posted by CANNASaver on Sunday, 11 September 2022 in Canna Blog

Cannabis connoisseurs love their concentrates. Whether you are a professional dabber or someone looking to expand their cannabis concentrate horizons, maybe you have started wondering what the best form of cannabis concentrate really is.

Unlike some things we buy in our lives, marijuana comes in a vast array of delectable forms. This, of course, works its way into the concentrate realm as well.

The different types of marijuana concentrates you can buy grow as more and more states legalize recreational marijuana. The world of cannabis concentrates can be a little frustrating or intimidating to navigate to those who don’t know as much about wax concentrates.

So, kick back, relax, and let’s discuss cannabis concentrates. Let’s get you the best form of concentrate possible (and some deals).

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What Are Cannabis Concentrates Exactly?

So cannabis concentrates, simply put, are extremely potent smokables which you typically “dab”.

They consist of various marijuana compounds like terpenes and cannabinoids

Concentrates are very high in THC and CBD. They typically can reach levels up to 4x higher than any high-tier (like Private Reserve or Top Shelf) bud on the shelf.

Differences Between Various Types of Concentrates

The key differences in concentrates are typically shown through what extraction process is used.

This comes down to whether the cannabis concentrate is Solventless or Solvent-based.

Solventless

Solventless extracts are concentrates which claim to have no solvents involved while extracting (contains no propane, butane, or similar solvent). These are considered the most “organic” form of marijuana concentrates.

Solventless concentrates consist of sauce, diamonds, ice hash, and rosin.

Solvent-Based

Solvent-based concentrates  use propane, CO2, butane, or ethanol to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes from the flower. The textures, characteristics,taste, and color in the final concentrate form are typically used to name each cannabis product. 

Solvent-based concentrates include: wax, shatter, crumble.

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Forms of Marijuana Concentrates

Armed with more concentrate knowledge, let’s talk about the different consistencies you’ll find while shopping for concentrates.

Wax

Wax is the most common type of marijuana concentrate. In the final form, waxes are usually sticky to the touch. Its yellow/amber color gives the concentrate a look like a kind of tree sap. Waxes are often extracted using butane and propane. 

Waxes are a good first step in using concentrate products. They tend to stay pretty consistent in potency so you will always know what you’re getting into. Wax also has the ability to retain the original terpenes to the best of its ability.

Shatter

The shatter form of concentrate is by far one of the most popular forms of cannabis extracts.

Shatter gets its name from looking so fragile, it might “shatter”. When packaged, you can typically find shatter wrapped in parchment paper due to shatter’s stickiness.

Shatter’s appearance presents a clear, smooth, and solid final product. Naturally, the final appearance of the product saids everything you need to know about the quality of your concentrate. Look for a honey-like appearance and absolutely avoid blackened concentrates.

Ice Hash

Ice wax is a form of bubble hash which is made by utilizing frozen plant material.

Ice wax is made by using a specialized ice extraction technique which is solventless. The outcome of this technique is pure trichomes (kief). The concentrate maintains its natural aromas and terpene profiles.

Distillates

Distillates are relatively new in the concentrates area of cannabis. Many distillate  products are much more discreet and convenient to use compared to other concentrates on this list. 

Distillates are known to be much more potent than some of the other concentrates on this list. On average, shatters and waxes are between 60%-75% THC while distillates can go as high as 99% THC. 

Though with the refinement process, natural terpenes are usually non-existent in the end product.

Rosin

Rosin is another concentrate which is made without any solvents. Rosin uses compressed heat to extract concentrates from dried buds or kief. 

The appearance is golden and oil-like.  The final product takes on a shatter or even ice wax consistency. Rosin is the most natural concentrate and is popular for this.

Live Resin

Live resin is special because it is extracted using live plants. Using live plants leads to live resin being higher in terpenes in comparison to other concentrates. 

The live resin process starts with a freshly harvested marijuana plant which is then put into freezing immediately. Freezing the plant preserves the trichomes from being hurt by sunlight or other THC degrading elements.

Live resins vary in appearance from batch to batch but are normally golden in color.  Live resin is typically the go to for the most flavorful of the concentrates.

Diamonds and Terp Sauce

Diamonds and terpene sauce  actually come from Live Resin as its origin point. They use a freezing process which preserves freshness and cannabinoid profiles.

After freezing, the product of live resin is stored in jars. This process builds pressure in the jars. The pressure creates THCA crystals also known as diamonds. Diamonds sink to the bottom of the consistency. The rest of the consistency is juicy terpene sauce. Rich in flavor.

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So, What Is the Best Form of Concentrate?

It's hard to pick just one, so it really depends on what you're going after...here are some categories to narrow it down.

For Aroma/Flavor

The reason many canna-connoisseurs love marijuana is for its pungent smells emitted through terpenes. Scents like diesel, citrus, earthy, floral, and fruity which full a nose with delight.

For those who enjoy these aspects of cannabis; concentrates like live resin, diamonds, and terp sauce will be right up your alley.

For Dabbing

Most of these consistencies are good-to-go for putting in a dab rig, vaporizer, nail, etc. Concentrates like wax or shatter are popularly used because of their ease of use. Concentrates like bubble hash, ice hash, or kief are not recommended to dab due to having plant material still present in the consistency.

For Purity

Distillates are the purest form of cannabis concentrate. The process which distillates use removes plant matter, terpenes, and other impurities. This leaves behind an oil that can hit potencies of 99% THC. 

For Potency

As mentioned before, distillates hit potencies of 99%, so won’t get much higher than that. Though, shatter and diamonds are up there trying to hit these potencies at 80% THC. Live resin is the third at THC levels hitting 70%.

One thing is for certain, all of these cannabis concentrates are a great choice for a good, clean high. What it all comes down to is what you desire out of your marijuana concentrate experience. You decide what is your favorite form of concentrate.

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Most Efficient Way to Smoke Weed

Most Efficient Way to Smoke Weed

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 14 October 2022 in Canna Blog

From your traditional joint to modern-day vapes, there are countless ways to consume marijuana. Although the result is ultimately the same, which is, it gets you high, there are ways stoners can get the most out of their weed without sacrificing the high or breaking the bank.

Efficient Consumption of Cannabis

Exploring different ways of consuming cannabis can help you find ways of keeping your tolerance low and lengthen the time between purchases.

Regular marijuana consumption can be costly.

Depending on your tolerance and the cost of your chosen consumption method, there might be other ways of getting high that could be more beneficial to your bank account. 

Next time you visit your local dispensary, discuss with your budtender the different options and products available to you.

Don’t forget to check Cannasaver before you go, as we have new deals daily! 

Most Efficient Ways to Get High

You shouldn’t have to sacrifice weed quality or shell out big bucks the next time you visit your local dispensary. There are several ways to get high efficiently.

Let’s learn more below.

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Reach new highs with dabs

Dabbing refers to the inhalation of vapors or smoke emitted from THC concentrates. This smoking method can produce strong effects as most concentrates contain up to 80% THC. If you choose to dab, you can get high with little product.

However, some dab rigs cost upward of $350 and require extra accessories such as a dab tool, blowtorch or power source, resulting in an even higher price tag.

Check out some current deals on concentrates:

Verano Sunrock Shatter 1g $65 - GreenGate Chicago

8 grams of wax and shatter for $80 - Lucky Monkey Buds II

$12.95 Shatter - Pure Marijuana Dispensary

Microdose and consider a one-hitter

A one-hitter is a slender pipe with a screen designed for intimation. One hitter allows you to smoke smaller quantities while still getting very high. Most one-hitters can only pack in a small serving of about 25 mg. Microdosing your marijuana can prolong your stash and save you money. Most one-hitters go for an average of $10, cheaper than other smoking tools such as vapes and dab rigs.

Check out some current deals for your one-hitters:

Flower ⅛ pre-packed $20/3.5g - Oz Cannabis, Detroit

$56 oz of House Choice Flower - Cannabay, Bay City

Discount Flower Oz $55.50+ - Urban Gardens, Kalamazoo

Vape your weed

Vaping your weed can produce an intense but short high when using flowers, so depending on the smoker, this might not be the most efficient method. Stoners can choose to vape both flowers and concentrates, making it versatile. Concentrates usually come in cartridges or shatter, which can be more potent than regular weed. Another benefit to vaping is that you can smoke the byproducts of your bud. Whether it is kief or resin, vaping can help you extend the longevity of your stash.

Discover deals on cartridges and wax/shatter here:

Vape Cartridges 1000mg for $30 - Skymint, Hazel Park

Grassroots, Bubba Diagonal 1g Live Sugar - EarthMed, Rosemont

500mg Verano Vape Cartridges for $55 - Zen Leaf, Naperville

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Eat your weed with edibles

Edibles can be very potent, perfect for stoners looking to chase an out-of-this-world high.

Start with a small dose and gradually increase when you feel comfortable with the high. The catch with edibles is that it takes anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours for the high to hit, so be patient and don’t eat the whole thing at once.

Smokers with lower tolerance should be cautious about how much edibles they consume at a time.

Check out some deals on edibles:

25% off all gummies sale - Fingerboard Farm Market

Mindy’s Gummies $30 (20pk) - GreenGate Chicago

Incredible 100mg Chocolate Bars $40 - Cannabist Villa Park

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Get high with leftovers with shake

"Shake" is a byproduct of weed. Some leaves, stems or other parts in the plan fall off and form a dust-like substance. Shake can be extra potent and even accumulate kief on top, which can be more powerful than regular weed. You can even try making your edibles with Shake! Shake is cheaper than other bud and is a good option if rolling multiple joints or making edibles. 

Discover deals on shake:

2oz Shake $39.50 - Cannabay, Bay City

3.5g Shake for $40 Assorted Strains - Ascend, Montclair

$25 Trim Oz’s - The Healing Tree, Denver

Smoke and Save Efficiently with Cannasaver

Of course, the best way to be efficient with your weed is to check out Cannasaver for deals regularly! We post new sales on our website, Every. Single. Day!

Our mission is to connect you to the best dispensaries in your area

Check out our current deals and find a local dispensary near you! 

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Sugar THC

Sugar THC

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 29 July 2022 in Canna Blog

Wax, flower, vapes, and topicals, oh my! There are so many ways to consume THC, and even within each category there are so many subcategories. One of those subcategories is sugar wax. Here, we'll explain what that is and why it's a popular choice when going to your nearest dispensary.

sugar wax THC

What is Sugar Wax?

Sugar Wax, or Sugar THC is a form of cannabis concentrate. The name comes from its consistency; like wet sugar, it's usually fully dissolved. Sugar wax is one of the purest marijuana products with a very high THC level ranging between 60 and 90%.

With the high THC content, sugar wax is often used for overcoming high tolerances and provides the high cannabis consumers want.

What is Dabbing?

Dabbing or vaporizing is the most popular mode of smoking sugar wax. You can use a coil pen or e-nail, where you drop your concentrate into. You can also use a heated dab rig to drop your concentrated sugar wax THC for the most powerful and potent effect.

Now, as dabbing is getting extremely popular, the manufacturers are continuing to develop different types of dabs, and the many varieties of concentrates include the following:

  • Shatter
  • Rosin
  • Live Resin
  • Ice Wax
  • Ear wax
  • Butter

Generally, a dab is just a dab and this means a concentrated marijuana extract. The many different types of concentrates or dabs are actually extremely similar and the differences are superficial for the most part.

Different classifications of the concentrates are based on how the concentrate has been extracted and the consistency and texture of the end product.

Sugar wax on the other hand is a more solid way of extracting THC into concentrates. Just like shatter, sugar wax is a refined concentrate that can be used through vacuuming or heat purging. This gives it a more solid or ‘sugary’ texture.

The process also allows the THC to crystalize while keeping the terpene intact. THC extraction into sugar wax concentrate is similar to how sugar is extracted from sugarcane, which is what gives it its resemblance and name.

sugar dab

How is Sugar Wax Made?

Truthfully speaking, sugar wax has the ability to develop naturally with time, as the lipids within the wax start breaking down and separating from the cannabinoids. This causes the wax to start crystallizing. 

Sugar wax can also result from condensation or other contaminants that get mixed with the wax. The wax can also get overly agitated during its production.

Most dabers prefer the texture and flavor of sugar wax that’s made and produced by manufacturers. What you are seeing in stores as sugar wax is actually the accidental variety that results from a mistake during manufacture or an aged product.

The quality of the sugar wax you buy depends on the potency of the marijuana from which it was made, and not entirely on how it was made, even though a fresh wax is the best and most preferred option.

How is Sugar Wax Different From Other Concentrates?

Sugar wax is a concentrate of Marijuana and it has the full flavor to go with it. It is however slightly grainy in texture and it replicates the feel and look of sugar. It is also cube-like in shape and made of tiny glistening crystals.

Sugar wax is a  little less messy than other concentrates, in that it is a little thick and not sticky. 

Most people do prefer sugar wax due to its rich and complex flavor. Others say that the dabs made of sugar wax are the best and easy to work with compared to other concentrates when it comes to a dab tool.

You also do not need too much sugar wax THC to dab with, which means you can save a lot of concentrate when dabbing with sugar wax.

How Is Sugar Wax Smoked?

Sugar wax concentrate is either smoked through vaporizing or dabbing. You can also use it as a topper for a bong or flower bowl.

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Are You Looking For The Best Sugar THC Deals and Coupons?

If you want the best sugar THC coupon deals, contact Cannasaver. We are a cannabis couponing site that offers deals and discounts to potential buyers online. We operate in a couple of states; however, we primarily reside in Colorado and offer most of our coupons in the greater Denver area. 

At Cannasaver, we can help you find exactly what you need. We offer:

And many more. Please check out our online store for Sugar THC coupons. 

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Dab Syringe

Dab Syringe

Posted by CANNASaver on Thursday, 28 July 2022 in Canna Blog

People who consume THC understand that the right and accurate dosage is vital for predictability and consistency. However, sometimes you can build up a tolerance, so you're looking for something a littlle stronger to get you to where you need to be.

Enter: the dab syringe. 

We all know that wax concentrates are stronger and more efficient, but the syringe is a different level.

What is Dabbing?

Dabbing is a consumption method that involves the use of a dab rig to smoke or inhale cannabis extracts. 

The nail is usually heated, and then a tiny amount of the concentrate is applied to the surface. The heat vaporizes it, and the smoke travels down the stem onto the base and up through the mouthpiece and into your lungs. The results usually are highly potent, effective and very fast.

Dabbing Concentrates

Dabbing involves concentrates, including potent cannabis products that contain between 50 and 90% THC. Sometimes it gets as high as 99% THC. Most manufacturers will make them using various methods, including supercritical CO2 and Hydrocarbon gasses.

These different methods usually result in different consistencies that can either be too runny or too brittle. In most cases, people will use a dab tool to apply a small concentrated amount, while others will use a dab syringe.

What is A Dab Syringe?

A dab syringe is a device used to measure the exact and precise dosing each time. It is also known as an applicator and looks like a syringe which you can use to give liquid medication. It is essentially a tool that delivers measured dab or concentrate.

Most dab syringes come pre-filled, which means you can dispense the amount you would wish to use.

What you do is push the "plunger" in order to apply the amount you want right on the nail of the dab rig – or right into your mouth, since it's already activated THC!!

A dab syringe, or distillate syringe, is a concentrate where all of the plant compounds except THC or CBD are removed. It is found in its pure form before terpenes are added. The distillate lacks aroma and flavor.

Distillate is the main and primary ingredient in edibles, vape cartridges, topicals, tinctures, and many other cannabis products that are commercially produced. Patients looking for a more versatile product with multiple users will find distillate to be a more cost-effective and undervalued option.

Distillate is usually sold in a syringe and dosed through a plunger. It is preactivated, which means that it is decarboxylated and has a psychoactive effect when taken orally. It can, however, still be inhaled or taken topically.

What Does a Dab Syringe Look Like?

Distillate looks like a viscous liquid. It is thick and translucent and amber in color. This color tone can, however, change depending on the process of extraction used and any added ingredients. 

A good example would be the addition of terpenes that are usually destroyed during the distillation process and need to be added back after the fact. Most companies can get terpenes from cannabis and many other plants.

When the distillate is made of cannabis-driven terpenes, it tends to have a dark amber color, although it is not as dark as RSO oil. The distillate that has been made with food-grade terpenes has a yellow or light amber tone.

How Do You Use Distillate?

Distillate is exceptionally versatile, which makes it a popular choice for most medical patients. There are numerous ways of administering it, and finding the best one for you can be the best way of achieving the relief you seek from a specific symptom. However, the main modes of use include:

Edible Oral Dosing

Oral dosing helps alleviate symptoms of pain, mood swings and insomnia. Most packaging for distillate recommends the intake of a small rice-shaped drop of distillate, which can range between 25 and 50mg, which is higher than the standard recommended dosage of between 5 and 10 mg for oral THC.

It is, however, very easy to take more than recommended, resulting in intense psychoactive effects. Be sure to find out the correct dosage at all times.

Now, although distillate is pre-activated, there are some specific people, e.g., those suffering from digestive issues, who may find it less beneficial to dose orally. For these patients, it is better to consume the doses after consuming a snack or a fatty meal. 

Dab Syringe Applications

Distillate can be used topically, although most people usually prefer mixing it with other lotions and oils to make it work better. This method can work great for people suffering from localized pain.

Using the distillate topically is excellent as it will not create any psychoactive effects that are markedly different from dosing through any other methods. 

When you create your own topicals, you can control the potency of the mixture, which allows for stronger products than what is sold by most dispensaries. Making your own also saves you money compared to store-bought topicals.

Smoking Distillate

Yes, you can smoke distillate. This is the primary ingredient for vape oil that’s usually blended with terpenes to mimic the strain effects. Now, just like the DIY topicals and edibles discussed above, you can also fill up your own vape cartridges using a distillate.

The benefit of inhaling is that it offers a quick onset and has the fastest delivery method for a patient. You can utilize this process when dosing, as the distillate is high in concentration. The inhaled effects feel more intense when consumed than a similar amount of vapor from smoking using flowers.

What Are the Drawbacks of Using Distillate?

Well, as with everything, there are some drawbacks to the dab syringe. First of all, it is a highly refined product of cannabis that’s as far from the whole plant as possible. This plant is processed down to its primary compound.

Second, the effects are psychoactive, they can feel intense due to the high concentration of THC, and most patients will notice that the overall experience of the distillate feels quite different.

However, despite these drawbacks, distillate is still an extremely affordable and effective option for most people, especially when it's used in conjunction with other whole-plant medicines.

Looking For the Best Concentrate Deals?

If you want the best sugar dab syringe deals, contact Cannasaver. We are a cannabis couponing site that offers deals and discounts to potential buyers online. We operate in a couple of states; however, we primarily reside in Colorado and offer most of our coupons in the greater Denver area. 

At Cannasaver, we can help you find exactly what you need.

Here are some current deals:

And many more. Please check out our online store for dab syringe coupons. 

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Black Friday Weed Deals in Denver

Posted by CANNASaver on Tuesday, 22 November 2016 in Canna Blog

Denver Black Friday weed deals

Denver Black Friday weed deals are here! Black Friday sales in Denver aren't limited to the clothing deals, jewelry discounts, electronics deals, and other typical specials department stores and shopping malls are offering. Marijuana dispensaries in Denver  like to get in on the holiday spirit too, offering Black Friday weed deals Colorado marijuana lovers can smile about. There's even a Cyber Monday marijuana deal at one affordable dispensary in Denver. Here are some of the best Black Friday deals on marijuana, concentrates, and more this weekend.

Best weed deals and ounce specials

Whole Meds Dispensary is offering one of the best Black Friday weed deals and best price on an ounce in Denver. Valley Ghash and Orange Gum are $95 an ounce for recreational with the $100 off coupon on CannaSaver.

Valley Ghash is an indica dominant hybrid that has its lineage in four potent marijuana strains: G13, Hash plant, Jacks cleaner, and SFV OG Kush. Orange Gum is also an interesting strain that isn't often found at such a deep discount. Get these weed deals while you can, because supplies will likely run out pretty quickly.

If you're looking for cbd weed deals or ounce specials for medical marijuana,Karmaceuticals has a CannaSaver coupon for 25% off any CBD item including CBD flower ounces, CBD concentrates, or CBD edibles. CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. It lacks the psychoactive effects of THC, but it has many other benefits including relaxation and pain relief.

If you want to enjoy the luxury of some premium bud for the holidays, The Green Solution is the place to get it. There's a Green Solution coupon on CannaSaver that gives you BOGO 50% off on any of their premium, top-shelf strains. You can get this recreational or medical weed deal in Westminster or any of the other Green Solution locations.

Denver Black Friday Deals on Edibles

For Black Friday deals on edibles in Denver, Medicine Man Denver or Livwell are some of the best priced dispensaries. Medicine Man Denver and Medicine Man Aurora have a deal on Leafs by Snoop, Snoop Dogg's line of high quality marijuana products. You can get any Leafs by Snoop edible for only $15 with the CannaSaver coupon. If you're thirsty, stop by Livwell Evans or Livwell Broadway while you're at it for a can of marijuana infused CannaPunch at a savings of 40% off the usual price.

Black Friday Denver Deals on Concentrates

RiverRock South has some excellent deals on concentrates this week for recreational customers, including $15 grams of ice wax or $20 grams of sugar wax from 710 Labs. For a concentrates bundle deal, The Green Solution has three different concentrates bundles on sale for 40% off. The smallest bundle is only $25, the next size up is $55, and the largest size is on sale for $95.

Cyber Monday Weed Deals

If you want to save time as well as money, The Green Solution has a Cyber Monday weed deal that helps you do both. Place an order online using the CannaSaver promo code and pick up your weed in store on Cyber Monday for a savings of 20% off.

More Black Friday Gifts Deals

There are many other dispensary deals going on this weekend, including sales on pipes and bongs, discounts on premium joints, marijuana topical, and more. Just hit up CannaSaver for complete details of all the Denver Black Friday weed deals you won't want to miss.

 

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Pure Marijuana Dispensary Deals on CannaSaver

Posted by CANNASaver on Wednesday, 24 January 2018 in Canna Blog

The Best 500mg Distillate Vape Cartridge Deals and Concentrate Deals in Denver

THC distillate is popular for its purity, potency, and convenience. If you’re looking for distillate deals in Denver, you should get acquainted with Pure Marijuana dispensary. With three locations offering both medical and recreational concentrates deals, it’s one of the best dispensaries in Denver to find the lowest prices on distillate cartridges, wax, shatter, and other concentrates. They take great pride in the quality of their products, and they produce their own CO2 extracted oils and hash in-house to ensure purity and consistency. Right now, you can find some great Pure Marijuana Dispensary coupons on Cannasaver for distillate cartridge deals, wax deals, shatter deals, and more.

Pure Marijuana Dispensary Wax, Shatter, and Distillate Deals

One such offer that won’t last long is an amazing special on a 500 mg 93% THC distillate cartridge deal for only $14. This saves you $36 off the usual price. They also have a 1000 mg distillate syringe for just $17, which is also testing at 93% THC. If you’re interested in grabbing these distillate deals, you had better act quickly, like today. These are some of the best Denver distillate deals we’ve seen in a while, and supplies are bound to run out very quickly at these prices. They have a recreational shatter deal that’s pretty awesome, too. With the Pure Marijuana deals on Cannasaver, you can get seven grams of wax or shatter for just $104.20 plus tax.

Pure Marijuana Dispensary Daily Specials

Pure Marijuana dispensary also has great daily specials. On Wednesdays, they host a BOGO 50% off deal on all their marijuana products. Whether it’s an edibles deal, a concentrates deal, or a deal on weed that you want, when you buy one, you can get a second for only half the price. Thursdays bring the best concentrates deals at this Denver dispensary. West Edison brand wax and shatter is just $15 a gram for recreational customers. Don’t like to dab? You can also score 30% off on accessories and apparel at Pure each and every Thursday. Fridays are dubbed “Pain Free Fridays,” where all rec and med CBD products from Colorado Cannabis Company are priced at 25% off.

Where to Buy Lowest Priced Concentrates in Denver

Pure Marijuana has three Denver dispensary locations. Their Golden Triangle dispensary in downtown Denver is conveniently located at 1133 Bannock street. If you’re looking for a dispensary near Denver Art Museum, this one is an easy 5-minute walk away. They also have a Colfax dispensary near Denver Zoo, located at 5702 East Colfax. If you’re looking for a dispensary near Johnson and Wales University, this one’s a good choice as they offer both recreational and medical marijuana at a great price. Their final north Denver dispensary location is in Globeville. You’ll find Pure Marijuana Globeville dispensary at 505 W. 40th Avenue, just off I-25.

With over sixty strains to choose from and some of the purest, lowest priced concentrates in Denver, it’s easy to see why Pure Marijuana dispensary is quickly earning a reputation as one of the region’s best places to buy recreational and medical marijuana products. Check out the Pure Marijuana dispensary deals on Cannasaver, then stop by one of their three locations today!

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Best Recreational Dispensary Deals in Denver for 7/17/16 – 7/24/16

Whether you're looking for good deals on recreational marijuana or medical marijuana in Denver, you're in luck this week, as many dispensaries are offering sales on flower ounces, concentrates, edibles, and more. Here are the best dispensary deals in Denver this week for both medical and recreational marijuana, marijuana edibles, wax, and shatter.

Best Recreational Dispensaries in Denver for Edibles

The best dispensaries in Denver for edibles this week are RiverRock North, RiverRock South, and Medicine Man Denver. RiverRock is offering 25% off on Dixie Elixirs chocolate bars at both their north and south locations, and they also have a coupon offering first-time customers 15% off their total purchase. These deals are good for both recreational and medical customers. RiverRock is open daily until 6:55 p.m. At Medicine Man Denver this week, recreational customers can get a 100 mg Bhang Fire Chocolate and a 10 mg Dutch Girl Caramel Waffle for only $20 out the door, tax included. Just print up the free coupons to score these deals.

Best Ounce Deals in Denver

The best-ounce deals in Denver this week are at Medicine Man Denver, Livwell, MMJ America, and Platte Valley Dispensary. Medicine Man Denver is offering recreational and medical single-strain ounces of any of their top-shelf strains for only $99 plus tax. Livwell has recreational ounces for $99, too, but only for select strains. For medical customers, the best ounce deals in Denver right now are at Platte Valley Dispensary, which is offering medical ounces of select strains for $100 tax included to first visit medical patients and members.

Best Marijuana Deals in Denver – Less than an ounce

There are a few other weed deals worth noting this week if you're looking to buy less than a full ounce. The absolute cheapest price is the $15 eighth of recreational shake you can get at Livwell, with the deal from Medicine Man Denver –a $45 quarter—following at a close second. If you're a medical customer, MMJ America Golden Triangle is offering a special where medical patients can get 6.5 grams of flower for just $19.03, and receive this same price every day of the week if they choose MMJ America as their caregiver. Just be sure to get the marijuana coupons from CannaSaver to take advantage of all these specials.

Best Concentrate Deals in Denver

Medicine Man Denver has one of the best concentrate deals in Denver this week, with 3 grams of recreational wax or shatters for just $89 with a coupon. MMJ America has a good deal for medical customers every Wednesday, where grams of wax are just $20 and grams of shatter are $25. If you're looking to stock up, they're also offering medical ounces of wax for $420, and recreational wax ounces for $550. Platte Valley Dispensary also has concentrate deals for both their medical and recreational customers alike. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, all concentrates are buy one, get one 50% off for all customers. If you do happen to be a medical marijuana patient, you can enjoy grams of concentrates for just $25 a pop for members or $30 each for non-members, or print the coupon and get member pricing on your first visit even if you're not a member.

New Dispensary Specials Everyday

If you really want to save as much as possible on your marijuana, stay informed of the latest weed specials, deals, and trends by checking sites like CannaSaver and Cannapages. New dispensary deals and new marijuana coupons are added daily. If you don't want to spend all that time researching a weed bargain just subscribe to the CannaSaver newsletter or to the CannaBlog so you won't miss out on the best deals Denver dispensaries have to offer.

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Should I Try Marijuana Concentrates?

Posted by CANNASaver on Monday, 31 October 2016 in Canna Blog

Is It Time for Concentrates?

 
Concentrates are a far more prevalent product in the current marijuana industry than they ever have been, but for new customers and tourists the idea can be a little daunting and much of the time not something that they are actually looking for. I have seen tourists drop hundreds of dollars on concentrates and the necessary apparatuses to consume them, just for a few days worth of their trip, when really they could have gotten more than enough regular marijuana to meet whatever chemical demands their body may have had.

While concentrates are understandably a more purified form of what we are all smoking anyway, they can bring with them some disconcerting effects. There is of course the stigma that if you’ve not done concentrates before, your first time dabbing can be a little ridiculous compared to smoking regular flower. The first time I dabbed was right when I first moved to Denver, and I was blisteringly high for almost three hours. But the first thing I noticed was after having dabbed, regular flower did not hit me the same way for a few days. Concentrates can wreak havoc on your tolerance, and if you get too used to doing concentrates you can find yourself not even getting anywhere smoking regular weed. This is one of the main reasons I don’t do concentrates, because I enjoy actual smoking too much to let it get ruined by that level of tolerance. Even things like disposable vape pens can do a number on your resistance to THC, though generally only the higher end pure hash cartridges, as some of the ones cut with polyethylene glycol come in only slightly above smoking normally.

But for some people, particularly those who genuinely use it for medical benefits and need an incredibly strong high as fast as they can get it, and after building up a tolerance to regular marijuana it can be the next step for people not interested in edibles or tinctures. It can be pretty depressing for medical patients to find that their tolerance has risen to the point that an intake method doesn’t work anymore, and having this next step option is a nice trade off, though it can get considerably more expensive if you do it very regularly. That being said, because of the new regulation on concentrates only allowed to be sold as attributing to 3.5 grams of your allowed buying quantity, many dispensaries are running sales on concentrates, since they used to be able to sell considerably more at a time under previous regulations.

Some new products have cropped up as well, making ultra purified concentrates that then have additional terpenes added back in for an even more enhanced effect. These are very clean compared to regular flower as with smoking weed or tobacco there is a good amount of plant matter you are dealing with in the process of trying to get your chemicals. Terpenes can sometimes get lost or lessened in the case of some concentrate production, which can take away from the complexity of the high, but these days extractors have gotten much more skilled than when this all was starting. For people with greater levels of health concerns as far as what they put into their body can find concentrates to be the thing they might be looking for, though intake methods can have a decent presence in this decision as well.

This also comes into play when selling to people in a dispensary, as sometimes the people that want concentrates are only going to be in town for a few days and aren’t going to want to spend a whole bunch on a reliable setup, making for a growth in the available vaporizer pens, varying in price and reliability from 13$ disposable pens to several hundred dollar gold plated options. I have used a few of the disposables and had a roughly $60 pen that worked fairly well, but it is definitely a learning process as far as how much each pen can functionally use and timing for good hits.

Ultimately concentrates are for those with an already established tolerance, or an option every once in a while to have slightly too good of a time. They are definitely a big choice to make if you plan on switching to them regularly, though the industry is constantly working to make them more accessible so who knows maybe that’ll be the only way we smoke in a year or two. Just be wary, they can often be more than anyone regularly needs. 

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