710: upside down, spells “OIL.”
Butane Hash Oil (BHO)/Budder/Honey/Honey Oil: A highly potent concentrate of cannabinoids made by dissolving marijuana in plant form in a solvent (usually butane). BHO has a high THC potency and is highly flammable.
Closed-loop Extraction: A process in which the cannabinoid oils are extracted from marijuana in a contained, mechanized environment.
CO2 Extraction: The process through which carbon dioxide is utilized to extract the cannabinoid oils—marijuana’s “liquid gold”—from a marijuana plant.
Dabbing: The practice of smoking THC-rich extracts of the cannabis plant in the form of oils, waxes, or shatter usually prepared with butane.
Hash: The serum, or resin, collected from the flowers of the cannabis plant.
Jelly Hash: Slang for the mixture of cannabis water hash and cannabis hash oil. Making jelly hash is simple: add hash oil to some water hash under a small flame and mix the two together until the solution is mostly homogeneous.
Kief: A yellow powder, the resin of cannabis that accumulates or is extracted from loose dry cannabis flower with a mesh screen or a sieve
Live Rosin: Rosin extracted from fresh or frozen flower that was never cured or dried.
Nug Run: Concentrate made from nugs
Oil: Oil is extracted from hash through alcohol, CO2, or any other solvent extraction process, and can be consumed through dabbing, oral consumption, vaporization, or smoking.
Oil Rig: A device or bong for smoking cannabis concentrates.
Shatter: A brittle form of BHO. It has the look of transparent amber glass and has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract.
Tincture: A liquid preparation of cannabis (extract or plant-based) made with alcohol and usually dispensed with a dropper under the tongue.
Topical: A preparation of cannabis that has been added to a product such as a lotion or a cream, and is applied directly to the skin.
Trim Run: Concentrate made from the trimmings of a cannabis plant.
Vaporizer: A smoking device used to consume marijuana or tobacco products by heating the oils (or flower) and creating a vapor for the user to inhale.
Wax: A common name for marijuana concentrates. It is a softer, opaque oil that has lost its transparency through the extraction process.
(Sources: ganjapreneur.com; marijuana.com; leafly.com)