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When you are using a BHO extractor, there is oil flowing into your collection tank. This oil is BHO (Butane Hash Oil). You' ll hear many different names from butane hash oil, to butane honey oil, to hash oil, to marijuana oil, to honey oil, etc. And because BHO comes in many textures from glass like shatter, to butter, to powder, to wax. Sometimes, you can hear it referred to as bho wax or marijuana wax.
While no matter what's the name of this cannabis concentrate, the stuff gets its name from the produce process. We make butane hash oil by placing marijuana (often trimmings) in some type long cylindrical container. They' re usually made from stainless steel tubing. We insert the marijuana into the tube and then pour the butane in. The process is blasting. And the container is open blast extractor.
The butane strips everything from cannabinoids like THC, CBD and CBG to the molecules responsible for taste and aroma like terpenes, terpenoids, and flavonoids from the marijuana plant. And then we drain the butane containing all the cannabinoids out of the container and evaporate. Sometimes heat and vacuum pressure can expedite the process.
In theory, what remains (aka BHO extraction) is nothing but cannabinoids—due to all solvents were stripped away in the purge process. Consuming BHO that hasn' t been properly purged or crafted can' t be healthy. And if we purge consuming BHO well, it can be a lot healthier than consuming a bunch of plant matter. So you can consider dabbing BHO a healthier means of consumption than say smoking a joint. Plus weed in a joint will only contain around 20% THC at best. BHO products contain upwards of 80 to 90 percent THC.
And of course if you' re concentrating cannabis, everything in that cannabis including harmful pesticides and hormones will be concentrated as well. Anyhow the result, which can look like anything from butter to wax to oil is called BHO aka Butane Hash oil.