Extract Labs AC Diesel CBD Shatter

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Shatter is CBD Isolate in a crystallized form and with terpenes added to enhance various flavors and strain profiles. CBD Shatter has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract. Heat, moisture, and terpene contents all have an affect on the texture and consistency of CBD Shatter.

This item is also available in our CBDab Combo.

The Extract Labs AC Diesel Private Reserve is made with authentic terpenes from the AC Diesel hemp strain extracted in their our Boulder, Colorado lab. Offering up some of cannabis’ most pleasant aromas, AC Diesel combines notes from the Earth, notably pine and wood, while adding lesser hints of lemongrass and cherry throughout its profile. AC Diesel is particularly noted for its ability to boost happiness and sociability.

Suggested Use:

CBD Shatter is great because it can either be dissolved into a fat/oil of your choice or vaporized via dabbing or dab-pen. When it comes to feeding your endocannabinoid system with full spectrum CBD Concentrate, dabbing is the preferred way to go. It involves heating the Shatter to a vapor, at which point its ready for direct inhalation to the lungs. Vaporizing the Shatter also helps to avoid burning any harmful carcinogens.

Dabbing Directions
  1. Turn on your torch and aim the flame directly at the nail. Most people will heat the nail until it begins turning red-hot. If you’re using an electronic nail, please consult your product’s manual.
  2. Once the nail is hot, turn off your torch and place the glass dome over the nail. It’s recommended to let titanium nails cool for about 10 seconds and quartz nails about 45 seconds so the surface temperature isn’t too hot.
  3. Take your dabber, apply the dab directly on the nail inside the dome, and inhale slowly. Rotating the dabber tip on the nail can help you prevent wasting any oil stuck to the dabber.
  4. Exhale and enjoy!
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Manufacturer Extract Labs
State of Manufacture Colorado
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