The following article contains a review of our concentrate “honey buckets” when they first hit the California cannabis market in 2014.
We no longer sell our honey buckets as of 2021. However, we do use the same clear, solventless distillate concentrate in all of our vape products available today.
The Clear is in the Press
It is an honor to be mentioned by Cannabis Now. They have been reporting on relevant cannabis trends and news for eleven years!
At the time this article was posted, the reporter was not a regular concentrate consumer. Rather, they were a flower consumer. After trying and reviewing our product, they encourage their readers over 21 in legal states to “put aside your prejudices… and try this revolutionary new product.”
There’s a lot that we love about this honorable mention. For instance, the journalist is so honest. He admits that he’s a minimalist with high-brow preferences. This applies to his chocolate, his coffee, and yes, his cannabis. He prefers the simple things to be above-average, and we get that. Being someone who doesn’t consume concentrate, the journalist changed his mind:
“With a single, strategic hit I could thoroughly medicate myself with little of the typical fuss and most importantly, none of the stinging in my lungs or sharp fits of coughing that the typical solvent concentrate delivers. On a nail or in a pen, the Clear is sweet and rich without being overwhelming. The flavors are clear and defined, lingering pleasantly on ones’ palate after consumption. At this point, I’ve tried quite a few of them and can say without hesitation that there’s not a single variety that doesn’t sing as well in my bloodstream as the next… I love them all.”
If you’d like to try dabbing The Clear these days, you’ll want to find one of our Elite syringes!
Updated March 2021
WARNING: Overconsumption of Marijuana Concentrate may lead to Psychotic symptoms and/or Psychotic disorder, Mental Health Symptoms/Problems, Cannabis Hyperemesis (CHS), and Cannabis use disorder/dependence, including physical and psychological dependence.