Cannabis vapes are in high demand as consumers search for innovative blends, natural ingredients, and high-quality experiences. Crystal-resistant distillate is the key ingredient in pure and natural vapes, and LaurelCrest is proud to offer several different varieties of this specialized distillate. Here, we answer your questions about crystal-resistant distillate, naturally occurring rare cannabinoids, and all-natural vape blends.
What is Crystal-Resistant Distillate?
Crystal-resistant distillate is a type of cannabis concentrate. It is exceptionally pure and potent. The critical difference between crystal-resistant distillate and a high-potency CBD Distillate is that crystal-resistant distillate is less susceptible to crystallization.
Crystal-resistant distillate is typically used in CBD vapes and other cannabis vape blends. With a more complex minor cannabinoid profile, it offers more entourage effect than the average broad spectrum or full spectrum CBD distillate, making crystal-resistant distillate perfect for vaporizers and vape blends. It has a beautiful gold tone, will remain aesthetically pleasing for much longer than traditional distillate, and will not ruin vaporizer hardware via crystallization.
What Ingredients are Used to Formulate All-Natural Vapes?
Natural cannabis vapes and vape blends typically use several ingredients:
Crystal-resistant distillate provides the base for high-quality natural vape blends.
Natural Hemp-Derived Terpenes
Natural hemp-derived terpenes are often added to the blend for an enhanced flavor, aroma, and effect. The combination of cannabinoids and terpenes harnesses the entourage effect, enhancing the effects of the compounds and making them more effective than they would be as individuals.
Naturally Occurring Minor Cannabinoids
Vape manufacturers can add naturally occurring minor cannabinoids to the blend to produce specific effects. These cannabinoids vary widely, but some of the most commonly used are CBC, CBG, CBN, CBT, THCV, CBDV, and CBE.
A Look at Natural Rare Cannabinoids
Researchers in the cannabis industry are constantly discovering new cannabinoids in trace amounts within the cannabis plant. Here is a brief overview of the most promising rare cannabinoids.
Cannabichromene or CBC
First is CBC, a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that shows remarkable promise in therapeutic applications. It is one of the six most researched cannabinoids so far and shows potential in applications to benefit inflammation, cell production and function, and mood. CBC can be added to many different product formulations.
Cannabigerol or CBG
Cannabigerol, or CBG, is another non-intoxicating cannabinoid with potential therapeutic applications. It has shown promise in support for anxiety, bowel inflammation, and nerve disorders. Research is also being performed on CBG as a possible aid in treating leukemia and lymphoma.
Cannabinol or CBN
CBN is another relatively well-known rare cannabinoid. It is chemically known as cannabinol. CBN can be slightly psychoactive, but it is only about 10% as potent as THC. It is the oxidized form of THCa and has several potential applications; it has shown promise in supporting relaxation, the reduction of inflammation, pain relief, and even bone health. CBN can also be added to many different cannabinoid blends to increase their efficacy.
Cannabitriol or CBT
Also known as cannabitriol, CBT is a more newly identified cannabinoid. It has many different forms, each slightly different. Generally, CBT has shown promise in supporting relaxation and the treatment of glaucoma. CBT can also be added to cannabinoid blends to enhance the entourage effect.
Cannabielsoin or CBE
CBE is non-psychoactive, and cannabis scientists have only recently begun researching it. CBE is also known as cannabielsoin and contributes to the entourage effect when added to cannabinoid blends and vape formulations.
Tetrahydrocannabivarin or THCV
THCV is one of the more interesting cannabinoids on our list. It is not psychoactive at lower doses but does show some psychoactive effects at higher doses. THCV also shows incredible promise in therapeutic applications. The cannabinoid acts as an appetite suppressant and has been shown to be potentially beneficial in managing Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and panic disorders. THCV can also help support healthy bones.
Cannabidivarin or CBDV
The final cannabinoid on our list today is CBDV. This cannabinoid is very similar to CBD and also has therapeutic benefits. CBDV has been shown to have anticonvulsant effects, and it can potentially help support the treatment of nausea, inflammation, anxiety, and gastrointestinal discomfort.
White Label Cannabis Vapes
The most common applications for crystal-resistant distillates are in vapes, cartridges, and disposable vapes. LaurelCrest offers crystal-resistant distillate and white-label options for finished products and vape formulations so you can capitalize on the growing popularity of cannabis vapes in today’s market. Contact us today to learn more about how you can make all-natural cannabis vapes with LaurelCrest’s help and expertise to guide the process.