Terp Sauce

\ˌtərp-ˈsȯs | Noun

Terpene-rich, syrupy layer that typically surrounds diamonds, or crystalline structures, in sauce. The low temperatures utilized during the extraction process produce a high-terpene extract void of all plant fats and waxes, so it does not need to be winterized. Terp sauce usually comprises more than 50% terpenes, though all minor cannabinoids and other compounds from the extracted plant are still present and contribute to its effects. Terp sauce is sometimes packaged in vape cartridges called sauce carts. Those purchasing terp sauce should be careful they are getting terp sauce, as it can be confused with other semi-liquid cannabis concentrates and marketed as “sauce” or “juice.”

 

If you like shatter, you should try terp sauce.

 

Terp sauce is one of the most flavor-intense ways to enjoy cannabis.