Celebrating 7/10: A Day of OIL and All Things Concentrates

Hello there, all you passionate cannabis enthusiasts, connoisseurs, and those simply curious! Today, we’re celebrating something special at Sage and Fire, your trusted cannabis dispensary right here in the heart of Lone Pine, CA.

Today is July 10th, also known as 7/10. Now, you may ask, what’s so remarkable about this date? Well, if you flip 710 upside down, it spells OIL – a term commonly used to refer to cannabis concentrates. Over the years, this fun numerical quirk has blossomed into a full-blown cannabis industry holiday celebrating all things related to cannabis concentrates.

Cannabis concentrates, as the name suggests, are highly potent extractions from the cannabis plant. They come in an array of forms and textures, each with their unique advantages and disadvantages. Let’s take a brief journey through the fascinating world of concentrates.

1. Shatter: Aptly named for its hard, glass-like consistency that can shatter into pieces, this concentrate is popular due to its potency, which can reach up to 90% THC content. Its transparent appearance is an indicator of its purity. However, its delicate nature means it requires careful handling.

2. Wax: Cannabis wax has a texture similar to earwax or honeycomb. It’s easier to handle compared to shatter but can be a bit less potent. Its consistency allows for versatile use, including dabbing, vaping, or sprinkling on a joint.

3. Budder: Budder is the creamier cousin of wax and is known for its smooth, butter-like consistency. Its extraction process, which involves whipping the extract, maintains more of the terpenes, leading to a more flavorful experience. However, it’s more difficult to store and handle due to its sticky nature.

4. Crumble: This concentrate has a crumbly texture that is easy to handle and can be sprinkled onto a joint or packed into a vaporizer. The extraction process maintains a high terpene profile, which offers users a flavorful experience.

5. Rosin: A solventless concentrate that is favored for its clean extraction method, rosin has a sticky, sap-like consistency. It is considered one of the safest forms of concentrate due to the absence of potentially harmful solvents.

6. Oil: Cannabis oil, the inspiration behind 7/10, is one of the most popular types of concentrates. This highly potent product can be ingested directly, used in cooking, or filled into vape cartridges. It’s versatile but can be less flavorful compared to other forms.

7. Live Resin: Known for its high terpene content, live resin is derived from freshly frozen cannabis plants, capturing the full flavor profile of the strain. It’s incredibly aromatic and flavorful but can be more expensive due to the complex extraction process.

The world of cannabis concentrates is a vast and diverse one, with an option for every preference and lifestyle. Whether you are a dabbling beginner or a seasoned aficionado, the high potency and terpene-rich profiles of these concentrates promise a uniquely intense and enjoyable cannabis experience.

In honor of 7/10, Sage and Fire is excited to offer a 20% discount on all our concentrate and vape products for the day. So, come on down to our dispensary, and let’s celebrate 7/10 together! Not only can you learn more about these unique cannabis products, but you can also take advantage of this one-day-only deal!

We’re here in Lone Pine, CA, ready to welcome you into our community of cannabis lovers. Remember, the offer ends at the close of business today. Celebrate 7/10 with Sage and Fire, and explore the rich, potent world of cannabis concentrates!