Terp Sauce is a cannabis extract with a sticky, liquid consistency. Terp sauce is a high terpene full spectrum extract (HTFSE) and contains high levels of terpenes, making it one of the most flavorful of weed extracts. If flavor is a high priority, then a HTFSE such as terp sauce is an excellent choice.
How is Terp Sauce Made?
Terp sauce is typically produced utilizing a closed loop system and allowing the resulting solution to settle under various pressures and temperatures. This environment promotes the natural separation of the major cannabinoids from the terpene-rich portion.
Terp Sauce Properties
Terp sauce is the most common term for a weed extract that has a non-uniform texture and high amounts of terpenes. Terms like shatter, budder, crumble, oil, and sauce refer to the appearance, texture, color, and malleability of the concentrate, not the quality.
Terp sauce is no different; the term is primarily used to describe its unique appearance that, from thinness to thickness, usually takes the form of a juice or marmalade. Some terp sauces have separated consistencies like large diamonds floating in translucent golden syrup. Other variations have a gritty, texture similar to unfiltered honey.
Isolated cannabinoids and a high terpene content set sauce apart from other cannabis concentrates in Canada. Terp sauce is essentially a deconstructed shatter, in which the terpenes and cannabinoids have naturally separated. As a result, cannabinoids and terpenes may not be evenly distributed throughout the sauce. In other words, two different dabs from the same sauce may deliver two very different terpene sets and cannabinoid levels and thus, two different experiences maybe result.
Terp Sauce Effects and Medical Uses
HTFSE products contain a large quantity of the natural terpenes produced by the original marijuana plant. And since terpenes provide a wide range of therapeutic benefits, when combining them with high levels of THC results in terp sauces providing many beneficial effects. For example, some terpenes can help reduce symptoms of anxiety, pain and depression, whereas others can relieve symptoms of nausea and insomnia.
While marijuana strains contain hundreds of terpenes, the most popular ones are: Myrcene, Delta 3 Carene, Limonene, Caryophyllene and Alpha-Pinene.
Why Choose Top Dispensary for Your Terp Sauce Needs?
When it comes to cannabis concentrates with high terpene levels, you want to make sure you purchase from someone who takes care of their product. At Top Dispensary, we have high standards that ensure all our products are kept in ideal environments to provide the longest shelf life and highest quality. Come shop at TopDispensary and save now!