Terpene-rich, syrupy layer that typically surrounds diamonds, or crystalline structures, in sauce. The low temperatures utilized during the extraction process produce a high-terpene extract void of all plant fats and waxes, so it does not need to be winterized. Terp sauce usually comprises more than 50% terpenes, though all minor cannabinoids and other compounds from the extracted plant are still present and contribute to its effects. Terp sauce can be consumed by use of a dab rig or a vaporizer, similar to other oils.
If you like shatter, you should try terp sauce. Terp sauce is one of the most flavor-intense ways to enjoy cannabis.
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What do you use terp sauce for?
Terp sauce is a high-terpene type of extract that provides a concentrated amount of high-flavor, high-aroma and high-potency terpenes. Terp sauce can be used to enhance blunts, added to dabs, infused with edibles or vaped.
What is in terp sauce?
Terp sauce is a kind of cannabis concentrate that is composed of high-terpene, full-spectrum liquids that thicken to the waxy, saucy substance that stoners know & love. Terp sauce contains all the resident terpenes & cannabinoids as a high-potency, high-flavor and high-aroma full-spectrum product.
What does terp sauce taste like?
Terp sauce can taste like many things - it depends on the terpenes mix in each batch of terp sauce - but what you can expect with every terp sauce product is an intensity of flavors & aromas. Citrus, berries, tropical fruits and fuel, musk, herbs, spices, floral and menthol tastes & smells are just a handful of the many flavors associated with high-terpene terp sauces.