A type of percolator in glass bongs and dab rigs made of several stacked disc-shaped bubbler chambers. Water moves up each chamber when inhaling smoke or vapor, as if climbing a ladder.
A cannabis cultivar that is native to a specific region. Landraces have unique physical and chemical traits that are a result of growing in their particular environment.
Perhaps the most iconic symbol of the marijuana plant, leaves stick out of branches and usually have five or seven points. They absorb light and are essential for photosynthesis.
Marijuana legalization specifically describes the process of creating laws that permit cannabis use, possession, and/or distribution based on a set of established regulations. Note that medical cannabis legalization only permits cannabis access for those with a medical authorization.
A cultivation or manufacturing space for a cannabis company that holds a license to operate in that state’s medical or recreational cannabis industry. Each state and county has the power to determine requirements for cannabis licenses.
A technique used in outdoor cannabis cultivation to force plants to come to harvest early. Light deprivation is the technique, and greenhouses or crops that utilize it are called “light deps” for short.
Limonene is a prominent terpene found in a number of cannabis strains, as well as many other plants like lemons, juniper, and even mint. In cannabis, it has shown to decrease anxiety, curb inflammation, and promote better digestion, among other therapeutic effects.
Linalool is a terpene found in the cannabis plant, as well as in over 200 other plant species. It has a light, sweet fragrance that is both floral and woody, with notes of blueberry.
Lipid fats, plant lipids, and waxes naturally occur in the cannabis plant and are considered undesirable because they will negatively impact the flavor and aesthetics of a concentrate. Lipid fats are usually removed from an extract through the processes of dewaxing or winterization, purifying the concentrate.
Live resin is a cannabis concentrate made from fresh-frozen cannabis plants, in which plants are frozen immediately after harvesting, whereas other extraction processes typically use buds that have been dried and cured. This process ensures a greater retention of terpenes in the finished product.
A slang term for high quality, fragrant cannabis. Loud can also refer to the pungency of a bud’s aroma.
Dabbing done at a low temperature, which preserves terpenes and flavors more than when dabbing at a high temperature, which can burn up terpenes but usually produces a stronger high. Low-temp dabs are usually achieved through cold-start or reverse dabbing, in which concentrates are placed in a nail first and then heated.