Weed Concentrates

Shatter. Wax. Live resin and rosin. Sap. Cannabis concentrates are refined extracts made from cannabis plant material that, as the name implies, deliver a concentrated amount of THC. The terpene profile of each of our concentrates provides unique flavor, aroma and effect. While we do carry some third-party products, most of the concentrates you’ll find on our shelves have been processed by our partners such as CSC, Nomad and Green Dot. As the saying goes: If you want something done right, then grow it yourself. So we have our very own flower processed by some of the top brands in the industry to guarantee our customers get the very best product.

Award-winning options

With the help of our processing partners, we’re fortunate to grow and produce award-winning concentrates in the Colorado cannabis industry. We’ve won awards with the THC Classic Showdown multiple years running for our live resin, wax and shatter. And with Nomad’s help and Option’s flower, we took home the first place trophy for flash frozen live resin in 2021.

For people unfamiliar with concentrates, deciding which type to try may seem like a daunting task. By creating crystals and sauce from flash-frozen product during processing, live resin is one of the higher-end concentrates available in the industry. The process preserves the terpenes and packs a flavorful punch every time. Wax and shatter are two other popular varieties, processed using a solvent. The key difference between wax and shatter is that wax has been whipped to create a soft, buttery consistency whereas shatter is a thin sheet that “shatters” into smaller pieces to use for dabbing.

Avid dabbers may prefer a high-quality solventless concentrate. We also carry a limited variety of third-party processed live rosin and bubble hash from The Flower Collective for the concentrate connoisseur. Bubble hash is a great concentrate to smoke when using limited cannabis accessories because it can be rolled into a pre-roll alongside flower or used as a bowl-topper to enhance THC.


While weed concentrates provide intense effects due to their high levels of THC, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks associated with their use. These include:

Increased Potency

Cannabis concentrates contain significantly higher levels of THC compared to traditional flower. This increased potency can lead to a much stronger and faster onset of effects, which may be overwhelming for inexperienced users or those with low tolerance. It’s crucial to start with a small amount and gradually increase to find your comfort level.

Enhanced Side Effects

The higher THC concentration in weed concentrates can amplify common side effects of cannabis use, such as anxiety, paranoia, dizziness, and impaired coordination. Users may also experience a more pronounced impact on cognitive functions, affecting memory, attention, and judgment.

Risk of Overconsumption

Due to their potency, it is easier to overconsume cannabis concentrates, leading to intense and uncomfortable experiences. Symptoms of overconsumption can include severe anxiety, nausea, vomiting, and in rare cases, hallucinations or panic attacks. Always use concentrates in moderation and be mindful of dosage.

Tolerance and Dependency

Regular use of high-potency concentrates can lead to an increased tolerance, meaning more product is needed to achieve the same effects. This can potentially lead to dependency and withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, insomnia, and cravings when trying to reduce use.

Respiratory Issues

Although many users prefer dabbing concentrates for a cleaner experience compared to smoking flower, inhaling any form of smoke or vapor can still impact respiratory health over time. Consider using alternative methods, such as edibles or tinctures, if you have concerns about lung health.

Wheat Ridge Location
9085 W. 44th Street,
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Call: 720-242-9452

Recreational Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9 AM - 9:30 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 7:30 PM

Legal Disclaimer


Welcome to Options Cannabis Co.! We're thrilled to serve you in Colorado, where cannabis consumption is legal at the state level for adults aged 21 and over; however, local regulations may vary. Cities, counties, schools, universities, and employers may have their own rules and consequences regarding cannabis use. Familiarize yourself with the specific laws in your area before making any purchases or consuming cannabis products. Check how marijuana laws differ in each county before you partake.

Medical Disclaimer

At Options Cannabis Co., we prioritize the well-being of our customers. It's important to note that the information provided on our website is intended solely for educational purposes and cannot substitute for professional medical advice. We advise users to seek medical advice, diagnoses, and treatments from a qualified medical professional regarding any health concerns or questions about cannabis use.

Risk Disclaimer

The use of cannabis, like any substance, carries potential risks. These risks may include impaired coordination, cognitive effects, and altered perception, which could affect your ability to drive or operate machinery safely. Additionally, cannabis use may have adverse effects on individuals with certain medical conditions or those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. We advise all customers to exercise caution and moderation when consuming cannabis products and to consult with a healthcare professional, especially if you have underlying health concerns or are taking medications that may interact with cannabis.