Sourced from their green house flower, Canna Organix produces live resin and terp cystals in high CBD & THC.
Small Batch infusions made right here in Seattle. Sourcing the highest quality local ingredients and cannabis.
Pax Era vape pods from Dabstract offer many strain specific options sourced from Phat Panda flower.
No additives. Just Oil. Wizard Stones, Cryotek, and Rocks and Sauce are just some of Oleums great offerings.
Polar Icetracts, part of the Gold Leaf family, is an award winning solventless processor of hash rosin.
Producing top of the line hash oil extracted from high quality source material. Located right here in Seattle.
Royal Tree Gardens
A vast knowledge of quality cannabis genetics make Royal Tree Gardens products hard to resist.
Sitka produces a few different versions of hash, all of which are rich and tasty. Available in a joint or raw hash chunk.
Skord starts with their freshly harvested flower and turn it into smooth, delicious PHÖ and hash rosin.
Cannabis concentrates are made by taking the marijuana plant and refining it, to extract concentrated amounts of the most sought after components of the plant, namely high levels of cannabinoids and terpenes. Three general categories define the spectrum of concentrates that are sold at (Lux): light hydrocarbon, Co2, and solvent-less extractions. Light hydrocarbon extractions use solvents such as butane, isobutane or propane. CO2 extractions require liquid form CO2 to be placed in a high-pressure system, which then pulls the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant. Solvent-less methods naturally extract the pure trichome heads through various techniques such as dry sift, ice water hash, or rosin. Each extraction method creates a different product that can be used in various ways, from dabbing to personal vaporizers or sublingual use.
Cannabis concentrates come in many varieties and their final appearance depends on the original concentrated compound, as well as the extraction method. For example, vaporizer pen cartridges require that the concentrate be in a very low viscous near-liquid state, usually a Co2 or distillate extraction. Whereas other types of concentrates, (BHO, PHO, rosin, ice wax) regularly referred to as a ‘dab’ are usually applied to a heated surface such as a quartz or ceramic nail and consumed through a glass rig.
At (Lux), our primary concern when working with concentrate vendors is the purity of the product. Washington State has enacted strict laws on residual solvents, measured in parts per million (PPM), that may be left over in a concentrate. Each batch is tested by an independently licensed testing facility to guarantee they are safe for the consumer. At (Lux) we have partnered with the State’s best extractors to insure that all of our products have been meticulously refined, with industry leading vacuum ovens and top tier, commercial grade, distillation equipment. Moreover, as we are acutely aware of the environmental risks posed by the use of some of these solvents, (Lux) works to partner with providers who recapture virtually all of their solvents for future use and take additional, necessary steps, to be environmentally friendly.