Concentrate Slurry | Noun

/ˈkänsənˌtrāt ˈslərē/

  1. Concentrate slurry is the cannabis pre-purged, concentrate-rich residue that is created through an extraction process. It can be either strong, liquefied, runny, or airy. Most focus slurry goods are further processed through different extraction processes to create highly powerful concentrates such as butane honey oil, honeycomb, shatter, hash, wax, butter, rosin, bubble hash, complete melt, oil, and a variety of other concentrated products which are frequently used in dabbing, vaping, along with cannabis edibles. Cannabis focus slurry usually contains varying levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), terpenes, and essential oils.
  2. The expression ‘concentrate slurry’ also frequently refers to the cold extraction process that involves using either oil or alcohol to extract off the THC and CBD in the cannabis plant material. The remaining concentrate slurry accumulated from the cold extraction process is frequently used in edibles or tinctures.