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Calgary Rosin Delivery

Rosin is a high quality cannabis concentrate that holds it’s flavor like none other. Enjoy a solventless extract that is number 1 in high thc and flavor. Rosin and live rosin are squished with heat and pressure and never touch any solvent – This is a pure organic cannabis hoot waiting for your dab rig, joint or however you decide to consume it.

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Same Day Dab Delivery

Same day mushroom delivery is alive in Calgary.  We bring your mushrooms to your place for free on orders over $50. 

Enjoy magic mushrooms delivered to your house in 90 minutes or less same day with YYC Weed Delivery, Calgary’s best online cannabis dispensary and mushroom delivery service.

Shatter, Hash, Rosin, THCA Diamonds

Buy the most iconic magic mushroom strains online in Calgary.  We are Calgary’s trusted source for same day mushroom delivery.  

High quality shrooms from sought after growers delivered to your place in 90 minutes or less. Expect the best prices and quickest delivery on zoomers.

Extracts + Concentrates

Solventless?  Solvent.  We offer a variety of different extracts and cannabis concentrates.  Dispensary near me with a variety of dabs, that’s us!

 Have a question about dabs, cannabis concentrates, shatter, hash, rosin, resin or other conentrates? Ask our expert team and we’ll be happy to help, 7 days a week.

Shatter

Shatter, a type of Butane Hash Oil (BHO), is named for its glass-like consistency that can shatter into pieces. This cannabis concentrate is renowned for its high purity and potency, often boasting THC levels of 70-90%. Shatter is produced by extracting the cannabinoids and other valuable compounds from the cannabis plant using butane as a solvent.

Hash

Compared to the raw cannabis flower, hash offers a more concentrated and potent experience. It boasts a higher concentration of THC, the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis, which translates into a stronger, longer-lasting high.  The process of making hash preserves many of the terpenes and flavonoids present in the cannabis plant, resulting in a complex and unique flavor profile.

Rosin

Rosin is a cannabis extract that stands out in the concentrate world for its purity and simplicity. Unlike other extracts that require solvents such as butane or CO2, rosin is produced using a combination of heat and pressure to squeeze the resinous sap from the cannabis flower. This process ensures that the final product is completely free of residual solvents.

THCA Diamonds

THCA Diamonds, often referred to simply as “Diamonds,” are crystalline structures of the acidic form of THC, THCA, which is found in raw cannabis plants. Through a meticulous extraction process, the THCA is isolated and formed into these diamond-like crystals, hence the name. When these Diamonds are heated, the THCA converts to the active form of THC, delivering an incredibly potent and pure cannabis experience.

 

Weed Moonrocks

Moon Rocks are a special type of cannabis product made by taking a nugget of cannabis, often a high-quality bud from a potent strain, and dipping it in or spraying it with hash oil, then rolling it in kief. This trifecta of cannabis components creates a small, rock-like product that packs a punch significantly stronger than regular flower alone.

Calgary Mushroom Delivery FAQ

Microdosing mushrooms refers to the practice of consuming very small, sub-perceptual doses of psychedelic mushrooms, typically psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic compound found in various species of mushrooms.

In a microdosing regimen, individuals consume a fraction of a standard recreational or therapeutic dose, aiming to experience subtle effects without inducing a full psychedelic experience. The doses are typically around 1/10 to 1/20 of a typical recreational dose, which equates to approximately 0.1 to 0.3 grams of dried mushroom material.

The intention behind microdosing mushrooms is not to induce hallucinations or altered states of consciousness, but rather to potentially benefit from the reported cognitive, emotional, and creative enhancements associated with the practice. Some anecdotal reports suggest that microdosing mushrooms may lead to improved mood, increased focus, enhanced creativity, and a greater sense of well-being.

It is important to note that microdosing mushrooms is a topic that is still being explored and researched. The effects and potential benefits of microdosing vary among individuals, and the practice should always be approached with caution and responsible use. If considering microdosing, it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or expert knowledgeable in psychedelic substances.

Take as many as you wish.  Take less to get less effects, and more for a stronger dose.  Each mushroom strain provides varying effects and benefits, as well as strength.  Generally the more expensive magic mushrooms are the strongest magic mushrooms.

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Hash, short for hashish, is a concentrated cannabis product made from the resin of the cannabis plant. It’s one of the oldest and most widely used forms of cannabis concentrate. Here’s how hash is typically produced:

  1. Extraction: The resin is collected from mature cannabis plants. This resin is primarily composed of cannabinoids (such as THC and CBD) and terpenes, which are responsible for the plant’s aroma and flavor.

  2. Processing: The collected resin can be further processed using various techniques. Traditionally, this involves the use of hands or tools to rub the resin from the surface of the plant. Modern methods may involve using screens or sieves to separate the resin from the plant material.

  3. Compression: The collected resin is often pressed or compacted into a solid form. This can result in different textures, from sticky and pliable to harder, depending on factors like pressure, temperature, and moisture content.

Hash can vary widely in appearance and texture, ranging from soft and crumbly to hard and brittle. It can be dark brown, greenish-brown, or even black, depending on the starting material and the processing method.

THCA diamonds, also known simply as “diamonds,” are a form of highly concentrated cannabis extract known for their incredibly high levels of THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid). THCA is the non-psychoactive precursor to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which becomes THC through a process called decarboxylation, typically by applying heat.

THCA diamonds are crystalline structures that form within a cannabis concentrate. They look similar to actual diamonds or crystal formations. These crystals are primarily composed of THCA, and they can be incredibly potent, often exceeding 99% purity.

Here’s how THCA diamonds are typically produced:

  1. Extraction: The process often begins with a solvent-based extraction method, usually using hydrocarbons like butane or CO2. This extracts the essential compounds from the cannabis plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and other plant constituents.

  2. Purification and Isolation: After the initial extraction, the concentrate is refined further to isolate the THCA. This can involve processes like filtration, winterization (a method for removing unwanted compounds), and sometimes additional refinement techniques.

  3. Crystallization: The isolated THCA is encouraged to form crystals. This can occur through various methods, but it typically involves a controlled process of allowing the THCA to slowly crystallize over time.

  4. Separation: Once the crystals have formed, they are separated from the remaining liquid or material in the concentrate.

The resulting THCA diamonds are often very pure and potent, making them highly sought after by experienced cannabis users and enthusiasts. It’s worth noting that consuming THCA diamonds in their raw form (without decarboxylation) won’t produce the psychoactive effects associated with THC, but it may offer some of the potential therapeutic benefits attributed to cannabinoids.

A cannabis tincture is a liquid extract of cannabis, typically made using alcohol or a similar solvent. It contains the active compounds found in the cannabis plant, including cannabinoids like THC and CBD, as well as terpenes. Tinctures are often administered by placing a few drops under the tongue (sublingually) or by adding them to food or beverages. They are valued for their ease of use, precise dosing capabilities, and relatively fast onset of effects when taken sublingually.

Tinctures are stored in dark-colored glass bottles to protect them from light, and they have a long shelf life.

Weed moonrocks are highly potent cannabis products made by coating a cannabis bud with cannabis oil and then rolling it in kief. This creates a concentrated and powerful form of cannabis known for its high THC content, making it one of the strongest forms of cannabis available. Due to its potency, moonrocks are typically recommended for experienced cannabis users.

Cannabis Concentrates and Extracts

Solventless cannabis concentrates are extracts that are made without the use of chemical solvents like butane or CO2. Instead, they rely on mechanical methods, heat, or pressure to separate the trichomes from the plant material. This results in a pure, potent product without the potential residue of solvents.

Here are some common types of solventless concentrates:

  1. Rosin: Rosin is made by applying heat and pressure to cannabis buds or kief. This process causes the trichomes to burst, releasing the essential oils and cannabinoids. The resulting rosin can be collected and used.

  2. Ice Water Hash (Bubble Hash): This method involves using ice water and agitation to separate trichomes from the plant material. The mixture is filtered through screens, and the trichomes are collected and dried.

  3. Dry Sift: This involves using a series of fine screens to sift trichomes from the plant material. It’s similar to the process that produces kief, but it’s done with more precision.

  4. Full Melt Hash: This is a type of hash that is very high in purity, meaning it melts completely when exposed to heat. It’s considered a high-quality form of hashish.

  5. Pressed Hash: This is made by taking kief or dry sift and compressing it under pressure. It’s a traditional form of hash that can come in different consistencies, from soft and pliable to harder, depending on the pressure and curing process.

Solventless concentrates are often prized by cannabis enthusiasts for their purity and flavor profile, as they tend to preserve more of the natural terpenes and cannabinoids present in the plant. However, it’s important to note that producing high-quality solventless concentrates can be a meticulous process and may require specialized equipment or techniques.

Additionally, because solventless concentrates can be very potent, it’s crucial to use them with caution, especially for individuals with lower tolerance levels. Always start with a small amount and adjust as needed.

Solvent cannabis extracts, such as shatter, wax, and other forms, are concentrates made using chemical solvents to dissolve the desired compounds from the cannabis plant material. These solvents are then typically evaporated off, leaving behind a concentrated extract. Common types of solvent cannabis extracts include:

  1. Shatter: Shatter is a type of BHO concentrate that has a glass-like, brittle texture. It’s called “shatter” because it can literally shatter like glass when dropped.

  2. Wax: Wax is another type of BHO concentrate that has a soft, crumbly texture, resembling honeycomb or wax, depending on factors like temperature, moisture, and the purging process.

  3. Live Resin: Live resin is made from freshly harvested cannabis plants that are frozen immediately after harvesting. This helps to preserve the terpene profile, resulting in a more aromatic and flavorful product.

  4. Crumble: Crumble is a form of BHO concentrate that has a soft, crumbly texture. It’s similar to wax but tends to be a bit drier and less stable.

  5. Budder: Budder is a type of BHO concentrate that has a creamy, butter-like texture. It’s created through a slightly different extraction and purging process.

  6. Sap: Sap is a BHO concentrate with a consistency that’s similar to thick syrup or tree sap. It’s known for being very sticky and pliable.

  7. Pull and Snap: Pull and snap is a BHO concentrate with a texture that’s semi-solid but can be stretched and pulled like taffy.

It’s important to note that these solvent cannabis extracts can be very potent due to their high cannabinoid concentration. As such, it’s crucial to approach them with caution, especially for individuals with lower tolerance levels. Always start with a small amount and gradually increase if needed. If you’re new to concentrates or have any concerns, consulting a knowledgeable budtender or healthcare professional is advisable.

“Dabs” is a term commonly used in the cannabis community to refer to a method of consuming cannabis concentrates. It involves heating a small amount of a concentrated cannabis extract, often referred to as a “dab,” and inhaling the vapor produced.

To perform a dab, a small amount of the concentrate (such as wax, shatter, or other types of cannabis extracts) is placed onto a heated surface, typically a specialized tool called a dab nail. This nail is usually made of materials like quartz, titanium, or ceramic. The concentrate vaporizes upon contact with the hot surface, creating a vapor that is inhaled through a dab rig, which is a type of water pipe specifically designed for dabbing.

Dabbing is known for its high potency, providing a rapid and intense onset of the effects of THC and other cannabinoids. This method is favored by individuals with higher tolerances or those seeking powerful and immediate relief from symptoms.

However, because of its potency, dabbing can be quite strong for some users, and it’s important to start with a very small amount, especially if you’re new to dabbing or have a low tolerance. Additionally, the equipment used for dabbing can be intricate, and it requires proper maintenance and cleaning.

The potency of cannabis extracts can vary widely depending on factors like the extraction method, the strain used, and the quality of the starting material. Some of the strongest cannabis extracts are known for their high concentrations of cannabinoids, particularly THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis. Here are some of the most potent cannabis extracts:

  1. THCA Diamonds: These are crystalline structures that contain almost pure THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid), the precursor to THC. THCA diamonds can have THC concentrations that exceed 99%.

  2. Live Resin: Live resin is a type of extract made from freshly harvested cannabis plants that are frozen immediately after harvesting. This preservation of terpenes results in a more flavorful and aromatic extract with a high THC content.

  3. Distillate: Cannabis distillate is a highly refined form of extract that has been further processed to isolate specific cannabinoids, often THC or CBD. Some distillates can have THC concentrations upwards of 90%.

  4. Shatter: Shatter is a type of BHO (Butane Hash Oil) concentrate known for its glass-like appearance and high THC content. It can have THC concentrations well above 80%.

  5. Rosin: While rosin can vary in potency depending on the starting material, it can be quite potent. Some high-quality rosin can have THC concentrations in the 70-90% range.

  6. Wax and Budder: These BHO concentrates can also be very potent, with THC concentrations often exceeding 70%.

  7. Crumble: Crumble is another BHO concentrate known for its potency. It’s drier and less stable compared to some other forms, but it can still have THC concentrations above 70%.

  8. Full Spectrum Extracts (FSE): FSEs are concentrates that aim to preserve as much of the natural cannabinoid and terpene profile of the original plant as possible. They can be very potent and are prized for their complex flavor profiles.

Remember that high potency extracts like these can be extremely strong and are typically recommended for experienced users. If you’re new to cannabis or have a low tolerance, it’s important to start with a very small amount and gradually adjust your dosage as needed. Consulting with a knowledgeable budtender or healthcare professional is advisable, especially if you have any concerns about potency or dosage.

Here are the two main types of vaporizers for cannabis extracts:

  1. Concentrate Vaporizers: These vaporizers are designed specifically for use with cannabis extracts. They typically have a chamber or atomizer that’s optimized for handling thicker, stickier substances like wax or shatter.

  2. 510 Thread Vape Pens: Some standard vape pens are compatible with pre-filled cannabis extract cartridges. These cartridges contain a variety of cannabis extracts, including oil and distillate. It’s important to ensure that your vape pen is “510 thread” compatible, as this is the most common type used for cannabis extract cartridges.

Keep in mind that different types of cannabis extracts may require different types of vaporizers. For example, some vaporizers are designed for more liquid-like extracts, while others are better suited for more solid concentrates.

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