Full Melt

Definition - What does Full Melt mean?

The term full melt, or full melt bubble hash, refers to a type of cannabis hash. It is a cannabis resin concentrate that is usually obtained via an ice and water extraction method. However, full melt hash can also be extracted using a dry sieve process. Both extraction processes are solvent-less and readily separate the cannabis plant’s resin heads from the plant’s material.

The goal in creating full melt bubble hash is to obtain the plant’s pure trichome heads. The bubble hash is usually called full melt because it is highly concentrated. The cannabis concentrate readily melts and bubbles when heated from flame or vaporization.

Hydrolife explains Full Melt

Full melt hash visually looks like a cross between brown sugar and sand. It is exceptionally fine textured and light brown or tan in color. It boasts a pleasingly potent aroma. The product usually features a clean, clear taste.

Full melt can be smoked in a dab rig, vaporizer, or pen. It is a wonderful choice for any cannabis user seeking a clean, contaminate-free product that is extracted using a solvent-free method.

Full melt also boasts high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabinoids, and terpenes. It is generally considered to a be a high-shelf product that is favored by experienced cannabis connoisseurs.

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