Understanding full melt
Full Melt refers to a high-quality cannabis concentrate. It’s named this way due to its ability to fully melt when subjected to heat, leaving virtually no residue. This concentrate is obtained through a meticulous process of extraction that targets the most valuable part of the plant – the trichomes.
Extraction of full melt
The extraction of Full Melt involves either a water-based or dry sieve method. The process separates trichomes from the cannabis plant, producing a potent product. These methods are appreciated by purists for their ability to retain the plant’s original properties and potency without using any solvents.
Appearance and quality
Full Melt is characterized by its sandy texture and light color, often amber or gold. Its quality is usually classified on a scale from one to six stars. High-quality Full Melt, often called six-star Full Melt, is the cleanest and purest form of this concentrate, leaving absolutely no residue when vaporized or dabbed.
Consumption of full melt
Full Melt is typically consumed through a process known as ‘dabbing’. A dab rig, a type of water pipe, is used to heat the concentrate, turning it into vapor for inhalation. This method allows for the full flavor and effects of the product to be experienced.
Effects and uses
Due to its high concentration of cannabinoids and terpenes, Full Melt delivers powerful effects. It’s sought after for recreational and medicinal use, providing intense psychoactive effects and potential therapeutic benefits such as pain relief, reduced inflammation, and improved mood.