Cannabis Royalty


A Full-Flavored Cannabis Experience

Insa concentrates are hands down one of the most delicious ways to enjoy the natural flavors of cannabis, period. Some of our concentrates are fresh and piney, while others taste like berries, ripe citrus, or mint. If we were uber-pretentious, we might compare our cannabis concentrates to fine wines as they both feature complex aroma bouquets and flavors. But we’re not. So we won’t.

Heart of the Flower

We make Insa concentrates by extracting what we call the “heart of the flower,” removing the impurities and leaving behind the pure cannabinoids and terpenes. Those two components are responsible for pretty much all the flavor and effects of cannabis. While you may initially enjoy a concentrate for its taste, you soon will be met with its clean, calming, energizing, or euphoric effects. There are a ton of ways to enjoy concentrates. You can add them to a joint or sprinkle them on a bowl, but perhaps the most common way is dabbing. With several types of concentrates available, which ones might tempt you?


Drops are available in a variety of flavors across our Original, Energy, Sleepy, Sour, and CBD Drops lines—with several NEW flavors to try! We have Drops to pick you up and ones to wind you down, all created by our our head Chef Julian.


It’s like batter but better. Not helpful? Ok. Batter gets its name because its consistency can range from cookie dough batter to brownie batter. This form of concentrate has taken off in popularity recently as it is immensely flavorful. You’re going to want a dab rig to enjoy this properly. As we like to say, “better dab batter.” It makes us laugh. We’re odd, and we’re ok with that.


Don’t let the name scare you. This is a slick, glassy, translucent, crisp, and smooth style of concentrate. Beyond its good looks, we love shatter for its texture and potency. While Insa’s shatter is potent, one thing that sets it apart is our focus on terpene extract to maximize the flavor experience, which is kind of, well, earth-shattering.

Live Resin

Live resin is so notorious it actually has aliases (aka Live Sugar). Live Resin is the gold standard, crème de la crème, pinnacle, and whatever other superlative you want to throw at it. If you want the best concentrate out there, ask for Insa live resin. We take the plant, harvest it, and within 24 hours, it’s frozen to -65 degrees or lower. Our unique process ensures we get more of the good stuff like the plant’s coveted trichomes (the dusty part on the bud). Only use a dab rig for this to get the most out of the experience. When it comes to Live Resin, a little dab’ll do ya.


This is where most people start. Cleverly named “wax” for its candle wax-like consistency, it’s versatile, easy to handle, and you don’t always need specialty tools to enjoy it (though they can be fun — looking at you Nectar Collector). Yum.


It’s the prince of concentrates for a pauper’s price. Don’t let its looks fool you. Crumble may look like something your grandma would serve with decaf for dessert, but it’s a concentrate that sits somewhere between a wax and a shatter. It doesn’t have the same shine, but it packs all of its amazing potency—and at a fraction of the cost.


With a name like sugar, you know it’s going to be good. If you like a flavorful concentrate that’s easy on the eyes, this one’s for you. It’s easy to use, too: just throw it in your dab rig or vaporizer, or mix it with your flower. Its characteristic sparkle comes from the way the cannabinoids and terpenes crystallize as they bind. We don’t recommend it to help the medicine go down (sorry, Mary Poppins), but it can help with pretty much anything else.


We mostly have answers!

A concentrate is made by condensing cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, and getting rid of the plant material. Along with being up to three times as potent, concentrates have a more intense, clean flavor.

There are 3 main ways people use concentrates. The first way is to add concentrates to flower. Kief, the sifted trichome heads of cannabis that have a high concentration of THC, is the easiest to use with flower. Put it inside a joint or on top of a bowl. When using a wax, shatter, or batter in a bowl, try to make a flower-concentrate lasagna! A layer of flower, then a layer of concentrate, and finally a small layer of flower on the top. Another way people use concentrates is with a vaporizer. Wax is the best type of concentrate for use with electronic vaporizers. With these, you load the product and it heats with an atomizer. Insa has a few varieties to choose from. The most popular way to use concentrates is by dabbing. No, I’m not talking about the dance move. Dabbing is a form of vaporizing. If you want to try dabbing, you need a specialized pipe and a torch. They range in all shapes and sizes, but they all should have a bucket or banger, and a carb cap.

There are many different types of concentrates, the names are mostly related to their texture. Waxes tend to be dry and crumbly and are excellent for use in electronic vaporizers and would be a good choice for those new to concentrates. Shatter is brittle and beautifully transparent and is usually very high in potency.



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Cannabis that is cultivated by farmers and hardworking artisans of the craft. Insa flower is where it all begins. It’s the source of all our products. So, as you can imagine, we obsess over it. OBSESS! (Insert flash of lightning and maniacal laughter.)


When it comes to our vaporizers, it’s all about getting as close to pure THC and CBD as possible. We use a clean, alcohol-based extraction method that gives us the strongest product base (85-90 TAC). Once we extract the essence of the plant, we add natural terpenes to create flavor and effects. Insa vaporizers are some of the most potent products out there. Depending on your priorities, they’re the most bang for your buck too.