Cannabis Diamonds: The Purest Type of Concentrate
What do you think of when you hear the word "diamonds?" Perhaps you think of valuable gemstones, perfectly cut and polished. Or maybe you think of luxury, diamond rings and necklaces gracing the necks and fingers of the rich and famous. But did you know that diamonds can also be found in nature's most unlikely places? That's right, diamonds can be found in cannabis!
Cannabis diamonds are a type of concentrate made from purified cannabinoids. These crystals are typically more expensive than other types of concentrates due to the amount of labor needed to create them. But why go through all that trouble? Well, it's because these crystals are extremely pure, making them perfect for dabbing. If you're not familiar with dabbing, it's a method of consuming cannabis concentrates that delivers a potent dose of THC.
Diamonds are made through a process called “diamond mining.” Diamond mining is the intentional process of causing a concentrate to form into diamonds, most commonly THCA or CBD diamonds. The technical name for this process is “recrystallization,” because cannabinoids reform into crystals. Diamonds are often used with terp sauce, which is a type of concentrate that contains additional flavorings. This is because cannabinoids have very little flavor on their own.
Mellow Fellow’s diamonds are especially special because they are made with pharmacist formulated blends of rare cannabinoids. All of our blends are made with a specific experience in mind, such as Creativity, Clarity, Euphoria, and Dreams. With strain pairing like Legend OG, Bubblegum Kush, Mr. Clean, and Jack Herer, these diamonds are packed with flavor and extremely potent.
At Mellow Fellow we take a lot of pride in our products and are passionate about perfecting the experience for our customers. This is only possible through extensive research, including studying how different cannabinoids interact with each other, and from the feedback we receive from you. Our team is always working on creating new blends that we think our customers will love. What blend would you like to see in diamond form next? Let us know in the comments!