Flower – This is just another name for actual cannabis buds, not oils or concentrates. Basically, it’s a dispensary term for cannabis.
Blunt – A blunt is a cigar that is hollowed out and re-rolled with cannabis. It’s probably one example of cannabis jargon that nearly everyone has heard at least once.
Spliff – A spliff is a marijuana cigarette. This differs from a joint because it’s a combination of both tobacco and weed. Typically, there’s a higher ratio of weed to tobacco than vice versa. If you need a healthier alternative, try using a vaporizer like the DaVinci MIQRO or the Firefly 2.
Edibles – An edible is basically any type of food, baked good, candy, or beverage that contains extracted THC. The effects of edibles can be vastly different — and more powerful — than smoking cannabis flower. Decarbing—short for decarboxylation— is the first step to making edibles. It refers to the process of heating up cannabis in order to extract the desired component (THC or CBD).
Extracts – An extract is a cannabis concentrate that is formed with the use of a solvent. Some commonly used solvents include ethanol, propane, and butane.
BHO – BHO is short for butane hash oil. It’s a strong form of cannabis concentrates that can usually be found in the form of wax or regular hash oil.
Tincture – A tincture is a concentrated liquid herbal extract. Cannabis tinctures are typically medication that is made by dissolving cannabis in alcohol.