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What Is CBD Shatter?

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What is CBD Shatter

When shopping around for CBD, you may have come across CBD shatter, but, what is it? CBD shatter is one of the purest forms of cannabidiol (CBD), available on the market. Certain CBD products like full-spectrum CBD contain trace amounts of THC and it has to be 0.3% or lower to adhere to United States law. But, CBD shatter is a type of CBD isolate without any THC in it at all. That’s right, absolutely no THC. 


CBD shatter is often sold in the form of little white rocks that have undergone a filtration process from CBD isolate. Terpenes are combined with the residual CBD isolate to create a natural combination of compounds called CBD shatter. 


When it comes to all things plant-based with positive effects, we know that it’s easy to go down a wormhole of research. If you’ve been asking the question “what is CBD shatter?”, don’t worry. We’ve put together a helpful guide to assist you in understanding CBD shatter and the products made from it to boost your wellness. 


Firstly, let’s get into the core ingredient. 


What is CBD Isolate?

Hemp plants contain hundreds of compounds within them, the two most popular and talked about are CBD and THC. In hemp plants, CBD is considered the MVP because it has a whole range of helpful properties and delivers a beneficial wellness boost. Industrial hemp is grown within the legal limits of 0.3% THC or less, that’s how you know it’s industrial hemp and designed for CBD products


The most popular, safest and purest method of CBD extraction is through CO2. This doesn’t involve any nasty solvents or chemicals that can pollute the final product, making it unsafe or impure when it comes to consuming it. During the extraction process, all of the compounds are taken from the hemp plant; that includes all of the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids.


To create CBD isolate, it takes an additional process where the CBD cannabinoid is isolated from the other compounds. This is great for users that want all of the CBD goodness without any trace amounts of THC or terpenes. CBD isolate is usually odorless and tasteless too, which is a huge plus if you’re not a big fan of the scent or taste of hemp. 


What Is a Terpene

Terpenes are natural compounds that are found in plants, fruits, trees and herbs. They’re not just exclusive to hemp, you’ve likely tasted terpenes in your basil or smelt them from pine needles. There are around 20,000 documented terpenes and hemp plants contain around 100 of those. Not only do some terpenes smell and taste amazing, but they also properties when it comes to supporting your wellness. 


When you combine terpenes with CBD, it helps to boost the wellness properties of CBD when consumed. CBD isolate is a bland compound without any scent or taste, adding terpenes to create CBD shatter helps to introduce flavor, smell and supercharge CBD’s ability to support wellness. 


CBD Wax Vs CBD Shatter

There isn’t much difference between CBD wax and CBD shatter because they both endure the same extraction and filtration process. The key difference between the two is that the CBD shatter requires a lot more attention during the setting stage. To create high-quality CBD shatter it has to remain undisturbed and protected from heat and light as it sets. If any of these changes occur while the shatter is setting, the texture changes and transforms the shatter into wax.



When it comes to the strength of CBD shatter vs CBD wax, shatter wins on a count of it being closer to natural CBD. Also, you’re getting a purer product because CBD shatter is left untouched while it sets. 


Choosing the Right CBD Shatter

Choosing the right CBD shatter for you depends on a number of factors. When terpenes are introduced into the CBD isolate to create shatter, it changes the dynamics of the flavor and scent, so products will vary because of the terpenes inside them. It may be tempting to opt for CBD shatter that contains the best tasting and most delicious terpenes but it’s important to look out for which terpenes provide the best effects. 


A couple of terpenes to look out for: 


  • Myrcene: it’s an earthy terpene that’s found in common herbs and fruits like thyme and mangoes. This terpene helps with making you feel calm and relaxed. When combined with CBD, this terpene can help you get a better night’s sleep. 
  • Limonene: usually found in common citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. This terpene works well to absorb into skin and has great positive effects when applied topically. 

How to Use CBD Shatter

Now that you’re in the know about what’s in CBD shatter and how it’s made, you’re probably wondering how you can use it. There are a few different ways that you can use CBD shatter, depending on your own preference. CBD shatter is a pure form of CBD and it can be added to foods, drinks or it can even be combined with a carrier oil to create a CBD oil tincture. When including CBD shatter into a food or drink recipe, it’s important to remember that terpenes can degrade when they’re heated above 100℃. Preparation is everything, so it made just be best to use your shatter to create a dressing or introduce it into a cocktail. 


CBD shatter can also be dabbed and vaped and many users find this method to be one of the most convenient and beneficial to support their wellness. 


Before purchasing and consuming CBD shatter, it’s also a good idea to speak with a healthcare professional. If you’re pregnant or suffer from serious conditions, always speak to your physician for advice on consuming CBD products

 

What Is CBD Shatter FAQ

Does CBD shatter get you high?

CBD shatter is no different than using the kind with high concentrations of THC, but without the intense high

What does CBD shatter look like?

CBD Shatter is shiny, yellow, crystallized isolate that looks similar to CBD wax

Whats stronger shatter or wax?

When smoked or heated, shatter is often stronger than CBD wax

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