House of Shambala Overview:
House of Shambala has created “Liquid Dabs”, with the aim of creating the strongest and purest honey oil on the market. This product has been closed-loop extracted, vacuum purged at a specific temperature to degas and decarboxylate the cannabinoids. The Liquid Dabs are lab tested to ensure quality & potency, and can be used for dabbing, vape pens, cooking, on joints, etc.
Accessing House of Shambala:
House of Shambala is located on the outskirts of the GTA. Dankr is exclusively reviewing this product for House of Shambala to help release their Liquid Dabs in Toronto. Being new to the market they are currently only carried in Canna-Connoisseurs dispensary. Canna-Connoisseurs carries the House of Shambala 5 gram Liquid Dab vials, pre-filled vape pen cartridges “Liquid Dab Tips”, and vape pen battery and charger. If you can’t make it to Canna-Connoisseurs, and are a medical patient, you can contact House of Shambala directly through their website or email.
House of Shambala Pricing & Selection:
House of Shambala currently sells their Liquid Dabs in a 5 gram vial and a vape pen tip containing about 1.5 grams. The 5 gram vial of Liquid Dabs retails for $200, and the tips go for $70 – $80. Both products, along with battery and charger can be purchased at Canna Connoisseurs.
Unique to House of Shambala:
Liquid Dabs has to be the most versatile, and pure, cannabis product to have at home, testing at 77.57% THC, 1.38% CBD, and 0.95% CBN. There are seemingly endless uses for this refined, decarboxylated product. The Liquid Dabs can be dabbed on an oil rig, smeared on a rolling paper, or tossed on top of a bowl, but that isn’t all of it’s uses. Liquid Dabs are semi-viscous, which makes it work great in a vape pen. As you use the pen, it heats up allowing the concentrate to flow into the heating chamber. Most other cannabis vape pens rely on glycerin to make their concentrates more fluid.
Liquid Dabs are also decarboxylated so at a moment’s notice you can scope out some oil from your vial and put it in your food. Liquid dabs contain multiple different cannabis strains mixed together, with genetics supplied by Dr. Bud. If you are a medical patient requiring daily medication this product is ideal, it has a vast variety of uses, and has multiple cannabis plant profiles mixed in.
Liquid Dabs’ Taste:
Taste has a lot to do with expectations, and I’ve tried decarboxylated concentrates before and the taste profile was completely off. Liquid Dabs are a decarboxylated 77.57% THC extract that consists of multiple strains mixed together. Dr. Bud, who has over 40 years of growing experience, grew the cannabis specifically for Liquid Dabs. You don’t get one distinct cannabis profile, it all comes together to provide an enjoyable earthy, piney, herbal taste. It must have a few different strains of kush mixed in for the flavour and the noticeable indica effects.
Liquid Dabs’ Effects:
The effects are strong and noticeable, just as you’d expect when it’s lab tested at 77.57% THC. Right after dabbing, the effects are felt in your temples, slowly working its way down behind your eyes. It rounds out, providing body and mental relaxation. This is very characteristic of an Indica. Medically speaking, Liquid Dabs would help with insomnia, pain and stress. It also helped to increase my appetite, which I had been ignoring.