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What is a cannabis extract? The resin of a cannabis plant, which contains cannabinoids, terpenes, and
other active compounds, can be extracted into a concentrated form, called an extract. Cannabis extracts come in
many different forms and consistencies depending on the extraction method used, including wax, badder, shatter,
glass, oil, sap, sauce, and sugar. Hooga offers a variety of concentrates, each with their own unique characteristics
and qualities.


Terpene rich Diamonds, is one of the most popular cannabis concentrates. Diamonds is created by stripping cannabis plant material of oils and trichomes using a solvent and then purging the chemical solvent from the resulting extract. Additional fats and lipids are removed through a process called winterizing.


Badder, also called batter or budder, is a cannabis con- centrate named for its malleable consistency that resembles frosting or a thick cake batter. It is extracted with a solvent and then whipped during the final stages of the purging process. The resulting wax is of a “creamy” consistency. High quality
badder/batter is often golden or blond in color.


Sugar, sometimes called “sugar wax,” is a semi-crystalline
concentrate and normally has a color between deep amber
and bright yellow. Sugar can be made from dried buds or
fresh frozen cannabis, which creates a live resin sugar. Sugars
tend to lock in the flavor of the cannabis and are known to
have incredible terpene profiles and flavors.

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