Firstly, apologies for my last thread, I realise I asked some questions I was already previously given the answer to; no excuse, but its the weed. Im cutting it out so I can focus on business.
I have come to find that theres a segment of the Concentrates community that looks upon BDTs (botanicals) with disgust - they’re ‘fake’ blends, lab blends, etc. I would like to point out, however, that true BDT’s are indeed derived from plants. There has been synthetic monoterpenes forever, and blends of these are not BDT’s. They’re synthetic terpene blends. Which nobody wants to or should use. I can’t name any of these companies, but they most certainly exist, many such on ebay and the like. Wouldn’t be surprised if some top names were doing the same too.
Point is, I see nothing wrong with Terpenes being extracted from organic Apples and Blueberries and cinnamon, and blending them together recreate a skywalker OG profile. There should be no fundamental difference between these terpenes and those derived from cannabis or hemp, except for precise compositions (and the lack of many minor compounds not accounted for in the BDTs).
1). Do you guys agree with the above assessment / differentiation? Or is it FUCK BDTs, HDTs and CDTS only?
- Would you TEST a product that was comprised of 60% Organic, HEMP derived Terpenes, and 40% ORGANIC, BOTANICALLY derived Terpenes? If not, why not?
I am also considering crafting blends of CANNABIS DERIVED TEPENES - top of the range expensive ones - with the Hemp. This is to create profiles that are markedly superior to the Hemp Derived terpenes, but cheaper than Cannabis derived. I would expect the quality to also be in-between hemp and cannabis derived.
3). If I were to create a CDT blend, should I avoid Botanicals altogether? If it were just CDT and HDT, it would be a product 100% derived from Cannabis plants - there may be people who would appreciate that. Should I omit the use of Botanicals in such a blend?
Any advice would be much, much appreciated.
When we are ready, we will launch with a new brand, new website, etc. ‘weedvapes’ was causing too many issues.