With the advent of legalization, cannabis is now available in many forms. Consumers can now choose between topicals, edibles, tinctures, concentrates, cartridges, flower, pre-rolls, hash, and keif.

While this may sound like a lot, there is even more than what is listed here. The industry is ever-expanding and the producers are only getting more ingenious with their creations.

Items that are made to be used on the surface of the skin. This often takes the form of lotions, but in broader examples it has been such things as subdermal patches and even bath salt.
These items are foods or drinks that have been infused by some means. In Washington, this is a standardized amount. Products can be 10mg a serving and up to 100mg altogether. They make a lot of items in this category. There are such things as gummies, cookies, sodas, dehydrated fruit, and even chips.
Cannabis can be extracted into a liquid medium. This is a common feature of edibles in general, but tinctures handle this a little bit differently. Tinctures typically extract cannabis into alcohol, in order to create a concentrated solution. While many edibles are portioned ahead of time, tinctures allow you to self-regulate dose more easily.
Cannabis can be extracted in a number of ways. Concentrates utilize direct heat, pressure, or solvents to extract the cannabinoids from the plant material. This process cuts away the excess to deliver more potency and flavor, but it often requires additional paraphernalia to consume the product.
If you’ve ever needed a small, discreet consumption method you’ve likely already encountered these little pods. Cartridges are cannabis concentrate that has put into single-use, electrical burners. Largely these items are powered by a separate battery. Cartridges will fit onto a battery and will use the external power to vaporize concentrate easily.
This is what everyone pictures when they say things like cannabis, marijuana, weed, ganja, pot, or grass. The budding reproductive features of female plants (called colas) are harvested and cured. This cured bud is what is then later burned by consumers for its effects.
Doobies, pre-rolls, and joints all end of being names for the same thing. Cannabis can be smoked a number of ways, and one of the most classic methods is rolling it. Many different forms of rolling papers are utilized to make pre-rolls to meet any need. For those who live adventurously, the industry now even produces rolls with concentrate mixed into the flower.
While these are still technically a concentrate form of cannabis, they differ a bit from the current industry concentrate standard. These two substances are the classical way of increasing cannabis potency. Keif is a term to refer to the ‘dust’ that falls off of cannabis flower. This powdery residue is a mix of all the more potent aspects of the flower. Hash is much the same as keif. Through a couple of different approaches, hash can be extracted from raw cannabis. It is effectively similar to keif, in that it is a mix of the more potent flower aspects. While keif naturally falls from the plant, hash is produced intentionally.

I502 Warning: The product has intoxicating effects, and may be habit forming. Smoking can be hazardous to your health. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. Should not be used by women that are pregnant or breast feeding. For use only by adults twenty-one or older. Keep out of reach of children. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination and judgement. This product is infused with marijuana or active compounds of marijuana.

Caution: When eaten or swallowed the intoxicating effects of this drug may be delayed up to two or more hours.

Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug.