Honey oil has many different names, but they all describe the same substance.
Some common ones that you may have heard include hash oil and weed honey. Regardless of what it’s called, the extraction process is the same.
The honey oil starts as dried flower and is concentrated into smaller, potent portions of marijuana. As such, the oil still contains the same active ingredients you would find from the bud such as THC, CBD and terpenes to list a few.
Because it is called honey oil, it might be easily confused for some other cannabis-infused oils. However, it’s completely different from what consumers would normally expect from something with ‘oil’ in the product description.
Instead of a slick, viscous appearance like most oils, honey oil has a sticky and thick consistency. This is from the winterization that the oil goes through. The process turns it from dried flower into a clear-amber colored product that can be safely consumed.
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