Gorilla Glue CBD is made from pure CBD isolate and has Gorilla Glue strain terpenes added to it.
Our CBD isolate begins its life as Colorado grown industrial hemp. It is then harvested, extracted, refined, and tested to ensure the highest quality end product possible.
Pure CBD isolate (or pure CBD crystal) is, in simple terms, the purest form of cannabidiol. When you add terpenes to the mix, it becomes a product known as CBD shatter. Thus, CBD shatter is just a pure isolate of CBD with terpenes blended in.
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People are turning to pure CBD for a wide variety of reasons.
It may amaze you the claims that people make about what pure CBD can do for your health and wellness. The anecdotal evidence we have today suggests that pure CBD may be able to help with everything from Alzheimer’s to Parkinson’s to epilepsy, anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia, and more. And that’s just naming a few of the ailments or conditions that CBD may be able to provide relief from!
But why pure CBD shatter? What’s making this form of CBD so popular? And what is there to love about the
Gorilla Glue CBD shatter in particular? Come to think of it, what are terpenes, anyway?
Read on to find out!
What is Pure CBD Shatter?
Confused about what exactly pure CBD shatter is? That’s totally normal! Many people are not familiar with this form of CBD. Because vaping CBD and using CBD oils are the most popular ways to consume CBD, people tend to be less familiar with pure isolate CBD or shatter products.
Let’s start off by explaining what a pure isolate of CBD is. In essence, it is the most pure form of CBD. It is marijuana with everything else extracted except the cannabinoid CBD.
Remember that there are over a hundred different cannabinoids in marijuana. But pure CBD isolate is CBD alone. That’s why we call it isolate. It is simply pure CBD isolated out all by its lonesome.
So then, what is shatter? You may hear people talk about CBD shatter any time they mention CBD isolate. All creators of pure isolate CBD have to do to make shatter is add terpenes to it. This is what forms CBD shatter.
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So, basically, CBD shatter is just pure CBD isolate with terpenes mixed in. These terpenes add scents and flavors that mimic strain profiles of popular types of marijuana.
It’s true that a pure isolate of CBD would be very potent. After all, it is the very essence of the plant distilled down into its most concentrated form.
But don’t get confused and think that just because pure isolate is a strong form of CBD, it will get you high. It will not. It does not contain the chemical THC. Thus, it will not have any sort of psycho active effect on the brain.
Wondering what to do with CBD shatter or a pure isolate of CBD? Many people like to add it to their food. You can also mix it with other things if you’d like. For example, you can turn it into an oil to vape, rub it on your skin, or even eat it by itself. People say that it tastes like mint or cherry. Pure CBD isolate typically comes in the form of powder or crystals.
When you get a pure CBD shatter, usually what people like to do with it is add it to oil and then vape it. This provides a similar sensory experience to vaping popular strains of medical marijuana since the terpenes mimic the scents and flavors.
If you’re still not sure what exactly terpenes are, read on.
What Are Terpenes?
Not sure how to understand terpenes? Confused on why we add them to a pure isolate of CBD? Not to worry. There’s actually a pretty simple explanation.
Basically, terpenes are the essential oils of the plants. You’ve likely heard about essential oils. They’ve been growing in popularity in recent years. They are the very essence of the plant, the most concentrated form of it distilled down into mere droplets. People use essential oils for all sorts of things, from applying tea tree oil to wounds or diffusing lavender essential oil while they sleep.
The short of the long of it is that terpenes are what give plants their scent or smell. Sometimes you can even distinguish between different strains of marijuana simply by the terpenes they give off.
However, terpenes do more than just give off a pleasant aroma. Scientists have found that different terpenes react differently with the cannabinoid receptors in our endo cannabinoid system. Thus, terpenes are able to enhance and affect the cannabis experience.