$35.00 GRAM




Central Coast Extracts

In a cannabis context, the term diamond has a few different meanings. It’s often used to describe pure tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) crystalline, also known as “THCA diamonds” or “THC diamonds,” as well as THCA crystalline that was developed in the presence of a terpene-rich solution.

In a jar of sauce, diamonds are the crystalline structures that develop at the bottom of the container. Concentrate enthusiasts will be familiar with sauce carts, or vape cartridges loaded with terpene-heavy sauce. These cannabis diamonds may also refer to the crystalline structures left over after terp sauce has been removed from the initial sauce mixture. These diamonds are usually coated in residual sauce. Diamonds can also refer to pure crystalline THCA that have been isolated from refined oil.

The central difference between these types of diamonds is the context in which they’re extracted and further processed. Whether presented as a saucy, high-terpene extract, or packaged as isolated THCA, diamonds are always crystalline structures of pure THCA. Remember, these diamonds may be inaccurately referred to as pure THC, but in reality, they come in the pure THCA form.





 $30.00 GRAM

og kush

In the new era of dab-ready cannabis concentrates, THCA diamonds are highly celebrated just like their jewelry store counterparts. That's because weed diamonds are almost pure THCA. By the end of the extraction process, THCA diamonds are usually only a few millimeters high and wide but are so clear, crystallized, and rocked up that they look just like precious jewels.

So what is THCA? Technically, the acronym stands for tetrahydrocannabinol acid. In layman's terms, THCA is an acidic precursor to THC, the compound that gives cannabis its intoxicating properties. But unlike THC, raw THCA consumed by itself does not get users high. So do THCA diamonds get you high? The answer is a resounding yes, but you'll need to add heat first. Typically, THC crystalline is mixed with liquid terpenes to create diamonds and sauce, a potent and pricey concentrate. Sauce is usually dabbed at low temperatures using a glass rig. Like other forms of concentrate, though, diamonds can also be mixed into a joint or blunt of flower or decarboxylated and used to make edibles, topicals, tinctures, and more.