Hash Oil PricePosted by CANNASaver on Monday, 27 December 2021 in Canna Blog
Hash oil, also known as honey oil, or just hash, is concentrated cannabis extract. It contains the active ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), just like other forms of cannabis. However, hash oil has a much higher concentration and is much more potent than other marijuana forms, so the price of hash oil is usually higher.
The most common term used to describe using hash oil is “dabbing” or "burning."
There are many ways to reap its benefits, including treating pain, nausea, and inflammation.
Hash oil can be smoked, vaped, eaten, and even be used as a topical. It is a thick liquid that contains cannabis resin mixed with solvents such as Butane, Alcohol, or Petroleum Ether.
Many cannabis users turn to hash oil because of its convenience and potency. A slew of new electronic vape products available on the market makes it easy for users to dab on the go.
Vape pens allow smokers to enjoy cannabis discreetly, producing less odor than the traditional joint.
Hash oil is much more potent than your typical joint and can contain up to 90 percent THC (Other cannabis products typically have only 12 percent). Because of its strong effects, hash oil is recommended to those with some tolerance to THC.
Those who are new to using cannabis should use hash oil or other cannabis concentrates carefully, and with caution, we suggest starting with a small dose and working your way up if needed.
What Determines Hash Oil Price?
Hash oil usually sells at per gram or half a gram.
On some occasions, they are sold by the bottle.
The price of a gram of hash oil can cost you anywhere from $15-$75, depending on what state you are buying in.
In Denver, the average price of hash oil averages between $12-$40 per gram.
In states where cannabis is legalized for recreational and medical use, hash oil is more available than in states where only medical use is legal. The price of medical hash oil is higher than recreational hash oil. It also requires a prescription and is not covered by most insurance companies.
Other than location, the price of hash oil is also determined by other factors, including:
Brand or Wholesale
Quality of your product
Brand or Wholesale
There are plenty of cannabis brands that have become insanely popular.
Some brands include a markup on their products, making them more expensive than wholesale hash oil.
Additionally, more prominent brands usually spend more on production and marketing, which reflects the price of their products.
Additionally, hash oil products with higher THC concentrations will be more costly because they contain more of the psychoactive ingredient that gets you high. Hash oil with high THC levels can be up to four times stronger than other forms of cannabis, so it’s no surprise they cost more as well.
Finally, the quality of the product will also determine its cost. Street hash oil made in somebody’s mother’s basement will cost less than manufactured oil due to the difference in quality. High-quality hash oil comes from well-grown cannabis, good extraction and proper post-processing. Manufactured oil costs more to produce and is higher in quality, reflecting the price.
Street hash can cost about $20-$40, whereas dispensary prices average at $40-$60 a gram, with some products costing up to $200 per 1000mg.
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$15 Botanic Honey Cart 0.5 - Terrapin Care Station (Aurora)
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4g Wax $60 OTD - Denver Kush Club (Denver)
Overstock Cured Hash Deal - Rocky Mountain High (Stapleton)
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