CBD concentrates have a more significant amount of cannabidiol (CBD) than other CBD products. Concentrates like shatter and wax, are created during the cannabinoid extraction process. Throughout the whole extraction process, manufacturers repeatedly filter the cannabinoid extract using carbon dioxide or butane as a catalyst, until all the components are gone except for cannabidiol. CBD wax earned its name for its solid-state and golden yellow color, which it gets from an intense extraction process. Wax may contain 80-90% cannabidiol in it. That means 1 gram of Wax can provide you at least 8 grams of cannabidiol. These concentrates are highly potential because of their delivery method - smoking, which allows CBD to enter the bloodstream immediately. Shatter is similar to wax but very pure and flavorful. It has a higher concentration and rich in terpenes than CBD wax. Terpenes are natural aromatic compounds found in plants. They give a unique aroma and taste to cannabidiol concentrates. CBD budder is a variation of CBD wax and got that name because its consistency is similar to whipped up butter. CBD crumble's manufacturing process is similar to a budder and got that name because of its crumbly texture. It's like feta cheese and crumbles easily. Compared to the other concentrate wax, CBD crumble has a unique flavor. But the crumbly texture is not convenient for dabbing. There are many ways to consume CBD, and everyone has their own choice to take the desired dosage. Dabbing is one of the methods to consume concentrates. People often call it CBD dab. Take a piece of concentrate and evaporate it by placing it on a hot surface, then inhale the vapor. It delivers through a water pipe called a dab rig or an oil rig. The rig helps cool and filter the vapor. Many CBD enthusiasts enjoy the dabbing for its discreet, small application and can deliver high concentrations of CBD.