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The psychoactive dried resinous flower buds and leaves of the female hemp or cannabis plant (C. sativa or C. Indica) that contain high levels of THC and are smoked, vaped, or ingested (as in baked goods) especially for their intoxicating effect.

Indica - Often referred to as “In-Da-Couch” this Subspecies of Cannabis is Known for the Relaxing trait . Definitely the Way to end the job Rather than “Gets the job done” !

Sativa - The more stimulating side of Marijuana consider Smoking Sativa if you are into a Focused / More Productive High ( Video games , Puzzles , Arts & Crafts) are always fun with a Good Sativa

Hybrid - The Best of Both Worlds in the cannabis family . These Days it's real hard to find a Strain that is not a hybrid with so many Strains Cultivated in Today’s era of Marijuana . Decent hybrids tend to Capture a well-rounded “Stone” . However being a Hybrid, Crossing Genetics lead to Strains leaning towards More Indica or More Sativa .

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Concentrates are when Cannabis Products are Extracted .

Now with that said . . The Market for Cannabis Extracts ( Concentrate ) is extremely wide .

You have Shatter , Batter , Sugar , LiveResin , Rosin , Distillate , and More .

SHATTER : Is the Style of Extract that Processes the concentrate to be a Brittle Texture . Hence the nickname “Shatter” .

BADDER : (also; Batter) is a cannabis concentrate named for its malleable consistency that resembles frosting or a thick cake batter.

SUGAR: Is A Cannabis Concentrate that resembles a Wet Sugar Consistency usually done through a chemical extraction ( BHO / PHO / Hydrocarbon )

LiveResin: Is freshly harvested cannabis frozen to sub-critical temperature prior to and throughout the extraction process, skipping the drying and curing phases.

Rosin: is a solventless extract that uses heat and pressure to force the compounds within the trichome gland out of the Cannabis plant, where all of the Cannabinoids and terpenes are located.

DISTILLATE: is a newer production technique for distilling cannabinoids to create a concentrate from plant matter. Because this production technique essentially creates a Cannabis extract with a pure molecular level . (Straight THC)

We all have our preference on how we enjoy our Cannabis am I right ?? Let Our Budtenders on Staff Help Guide you with the Knowledge to get your Top Shelf choices ! 

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With so many Styles of Pre-filled oil Cannabis Cartridges including Distilled, CO2, LiveResin, Full-Spectrum, Cut/Uncut Oil, and Terpene-Infused. Below is an in-depth description of each type to help you determine which ones are most appealing to you. At Top Shelf 420 We have a wide variety of flavors and brands to chose from along with a selection of disposable carts !

Edibles and Infused Drinks

Cannabis edibles are foods and beverages infused with cannabis. Edibles are made with marijuana leaves or higher potency cannabis extracts. Edible cannabis products typically provide the same benefits as other forms of cannabis. People ingest them to achieve certain effects, such as relaxation, may help with medical conditions or chronic pain. You can find a wide selection of cannabis-infused baked goods, gummies, chocolates, mints, sodas, drinks and countless other items. Come see what Top Shelf 420 has baked up for you!

THC / CBD Tabs & Capsules

Cannabis tabs contain the exact concentration, so you can dose to your exact needs and wants. The body metabolizes the tabs quickly and more effectively then typical edibles. That leads to a faster and more effected high They are great for any level of Cannasseur.

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RSO & Distillate Syringes

Rick Simpson Oil,

or RSO, is a full extract cannabis oil meant to be taken orally or applied topically. RSO is a marijuana extract made using a solvent to extract Cannabinoids . The most common solvent used to produce RSO is grain alcohol, but some other solvents like ethanol or butane are sometimes used.

(Recommended: Rice Grain size Doses)

Distillate Syringe,

Are distillate syringes edible?

Distillates can be consumed on their own using a dab rig or portable vaporizer. You can also vape them using a distillate cartridge and vape pen. ... As an alternative to vaping or smoking, you can make distillate edibles or topicals. In edibles, distillates provide the desired cannabinoids without any plantlike taste.

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Various types of cannabis topicals feature a fat-base composition and are available for purchase in salve or oil form. Cannabis tinctures are alcohol-based cannabis extracts—essentially, cannabis-infused alcohol. In fact, tinctures were the main form of cannabis medicine until the United States enacted cannabis prohibition. They’re a great entry point for new consumers looking to ease into smokeless consumption methods.

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Bath Bombs

Bath Bombs

Cannabis bath bombs are just one of the many cannabis infused products you can experience. Dropping a fizzy globe of cannabis extracts in your tub not only provides great skin moisturization, but also brings with it a host of cannabis bath bomb benefits. Let Top Shelf 420 take you away with an amazing relaxing experience you can enjoy anytime of the day!

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Edibles & Infused Drinks

Cannabis edibles are foods and beverages infused with cannabis. Edibles are made with marijuana leaves or higher potency cannabis extracts. Edible cannabis products typically provide the same benefits as other forms of cannabis. People ingest them to achieve certain effects, such as relaxation, may help with medical conditions or chronic pain. You can find a wide selection of cannabis-infused baked goods, gummies, chocolates, mints, sodas, drinks and countless other items. Come see what Top Shelf 420 has baked up for you!

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1. Myrcene

Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, which is where it’s mostly found in nature. In fact, one study showed that myrcene makes up as much as 65% of total terpene profile in some strains. Myrcene smell often reminds of earthy, musky notes, resembling cloves. Also, it has a fruity, red grape-like aroma.

Strains that contain 0.5% of this terpene are usually indicas with sedative effects. It has also been reported that myrcene is useful in reducing inflammation and chronic pain, which is why it’s usually recommended as a supplement. Strains that are rich in myrcene are Skunk XL, White Widow, and Kush.

Bonus tip: If you want to experience a stronger buzz from marijuana, get yourself a mango and eat it about 45 minutes before smoking. Mango contains a significant amount of myrcene, so eating it before consuming cannabis will strengthen the effects of THC and increase its absorption rate.

2. Limonene

Limonene is the second most abundant terpene in all cannabis strains, but not all strains necessarily have it. As its name says, limonene gives strains a citrusy smell that resembles lemons, which is no surprise as all citrus fruits contain large amounts of this compound. Limonene is used in cosmetics and also in cleaning products.

For therapeutic purposes, limonene is known to improve mood and reduce stress. Researchers also found it to have antifungal and antibacterial properties. Strains that have “lemon” or “sour” in their name are usually rich in limonene. High levels of limonene can be found in strains like O.G. Kush, Sour Diesel, Super Lemon Haze, Durban Poison, Jack Herer, and Jack the Ripper.

3. Linalool

This terpene is the most responsible for the recognizable cannabis smell with its spicy and floral notes. Linalool is also found in lavender, mint, cinnamon, and coriander. What’s interesting is that just like those aromatic herbs, it has very strong sedative and relaxing properties.

Some well-known linalool strains are Amnesia Haze, Kush, Lavender, and LA Confidential.

4. Caryophyllene

Best known for its spicy and peppery note, caryophyllene is also found in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and spices like oregano, basil, and rosemary. Beta-caryophyllene binds to CB2 receptors, which makes it an ingredient in anti-inflammatory topicals and creams. Caryophyllene is the only terpene that binds to cannabinoid receptors.

Besides its analgesic and anti-anxiety properties, some studies have found that caryophyllene has some very promising properties when it comes to alcoholism rehabilitation. Some even recommended caryophyllene for treating alcohol withdrawal symptoms. You can benefit from caryophyllene by using strains like Super Silver Haze, Skywalker and Rock Star.

5. Alpha-pinene and Beta-pinene

These two terpenes smell like pine trees and that’s also where they can be found in large amounts. Other plants rich in pinene include rosemary, orange peels, basil, parsley and cannabis of course. Like many other, pinene terpenes have an anti-inflammatory effect on humans.

But more importantly, they help improve airflow and respiratory functions, while also helping to reduce memory loss related to THC. I know that this can sound weird because we’re talking about cannabis, but if the strain is rich in alpha and beta pinene, it can actually help with asthma.

Find pinene in strains like Jack Herer, Strawberry Cough, Blue Dream, Island Sweet Skunk, Dutch Treat, and Romulan.

6. Alpha-bisabolol

Alpha-bisabolol (also known as levomenol and bisabolol) has a pleasant floral aroma and can also be found in chamomile flower and candeia tree. This terpene found its use primarily in the cosmetics industry, but lately, it has caught the attention of researchers since it showed medical benefits, especially in cannabis.

Alpha-bisabolol proved to be effective in treating bacterial infections and wounds and is a great antioxidant with anti-irritation and analgesic properties. It can be found in strains like Harle-Tsu, Pink Kush, Headband, OG Shark, and ACDC.

7. Eucalyptol

Also known as cineole, eucalyptol is the primary terpene of the eucalyptus tree. It has recognizable minty and cool tones in its smell but most cannabis strains do not contain large amounts of it. It usually makes up around 0.06% of strains complete terpene profile.

This terpene has been used in cosmetics as well as medicine. When it comes to its medical value, eucalyptol relieves pain but also slows the growth of bacteria and fungus. Although it is still in the early stages of research, this terpene has shown some promising effects on Alzheimer’s as well. Eucalyptol can be found in Super Silver Haze and Headband.

8. Trans-nerolidol

This one is a secondary terpene found mostly in flowers like jasmine, lemongrass, and tea tree oil. The smell of trans-nerolidol reminds of a mixture of rose, citrus, and apples and can be described in general as woody, citrus and floral. Trans-nerolidol is best known for its antiphrastic, antioxidant, antifungal, anticancer and antimicrobial properties. Strains like Island Jack Herer, Sweet Skunk, and Skywalker OG are rich in nerolidol.

9. Humulene

Humulene was the first terpene found in hops. Its aroma contains earthy, woody and spicy notes. Besides cannabis, it can be also found in clove, sage, and black pepper. It has a variety of medical properties. Early research has shown humulene to be anti-proliferative, meaning it prevents cancer cells from growing.

Also, it proved to be effective in suppressing appetite, making it a potential weight loss tool. Furthermore, like many other terpenes mentioned above, it also reduces inflammation, relieves pain and fights bacterial infections. You can find humulene in strains like White Widow, Headband, Girl Scout Cookies, Sour Diesel, Kush and Skywalker OG.

10. Delta 3 Careen

This terpene is found in a number of plants like rosemary, basil, bell peppers, cedar, and pine. Its aroma is sweet and resembles the smell of a cypress tree. When it comes to the medical side of careen, it seems to be most beneficial in healing broken bones.

That gives hope to patients suffering from osteoporosis, arthritis and even fibromyalgia. What is also interesting about this terpene is that it stimulates our memory and helps memory retention.

11. Camphene

The best way to describe the smell of camphene is fir needles, musky earth, and damp woodlands. Camphene aroma is often mistaken with myrcene, which is that trademark cannabis smell as most of us know it.

Camphene has great potential. When mixed with vitamin C, it becomes a powerful antioxidant. Camphene is present in Ghost OG, Strawberry Banana, Mendocino Purps.

12. Borneol

Borneol, with its herbal minty scent, can be found in herbs like rosemary, mint, and camphor. This terpene is a good natural insect repellent which makes it great for preventing diseases like the West Nile virus, being passed by ticks, fleas, mosquitoes etc.

13. Terpineol

The aroma of terpineol can be best described as floral-like, reminiscent of lilacs, apple blossom, and a little bit citrusy. Terpineol tastes like anise and mint. Terpineol has a pleasant scent, similar to lilac, and is a common ingredient in perfumes, cosmetics, and flavors.

It relaxes heavily and it’s usually the one responsible for the notorious couch lock effect. Medical benefits of terpineol also include antibiotic and antioxidant properties. It can be found Girl Scout Cookies, Jack Herer, and OG Kush

14. Valencene

This terpene got its name from sweet Valencia oranges — where it’s been found in large amounts. With its sweet citrusy aromas and flavors, it’s used as an insect repellant, too. Valencene can be found in strains like Tangie and Agent Orange.

15. Geraniol

Besides cannabis, geraniol can be found in lemons and tobacco. Its smell reminds of rose grass, peaches, and plums. It’s usually used in aromatic bath products and body lotions. Geraniol has shown a lot of potential as a neuroprotectant and antioxidant. It’s present in strains like Amnesia Haze, Great White Shark, Afghani, Headband, Island Sweet Skunk, OG Shark and Master Kush.

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This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. Keep out of the reach of children.