SERVING ONLY THE FINEST MEDICAL CANNABIS PRODUCTS FROM MARYLAND'S TOP GROWERS AND PROCESSORS
Quality is our main focus at Trilogy Wellness. We carefully select our growing and processing partners to ensure our patients are getting the highest quality medicine Maryland has to offer. Our knowledgeable staff can help guide you in selecting the most appropriate remedies for your condition. See our Menu for strains and pricing.
Cannabinoid-rich buds (or “flowers”) are only produced by the seedless female plant. The buds are coated with a crystalline resin which is secreted by translucent glands called trichomes that produce THC and CBD. The terpenes in the trichome give the flower its pungent fragrance and taste.
Patients can also purchase pre-rolled joints for their convenience. Pre-rolls are sold individually or in packs and are available in sativa, indica, hybrid, and high-CBD strains.
Pre-filled vape cartridges are widely popular for their ease of use, functionality, and portability. Cartridges are filled with a variety of different hash oils. Their sleek design is discreet, produces no noticeable odor and dosage is easily controlled with inhalation.
A tincture is a liquid concentrate made using alcohol to extract the plant’s beneficial cannabinoids. Tinctures are available in a variety of flavors and are a great way for patients to medicate without having to smoke or inhale vapor. Liquid extracts are absorbed directly through the mucous membrane under the tongue or can be swallowed.
Often referred to as “Canna caps,” capsules offer a safe and effective oral delivery method that can be easily dosed and optimally metabolized. Potency and ingredients differ depending on the manufacturer.
Cannabis concentrates are potent extracts made using a variety of processes to isolate essential compounds and preserve cannabinoids. Every step of the process demands a balance of art and science, beginning with the cultivation and selection of the finest cannabis plants, and ending with the purging and storage process. The wide therapeutic potential of concentrates is shaping the future of the cannabis industry and Trilogy is proud to contribute to this evolution. Trilogy offers only lab-tested concentrates produced by Maryland’s most knowledgeable processors who source from the state’s most caring growers.
Most concentrates are extracted using a solvent like butane (BHO- butane hash oil), CO2 (SFE- supercritical fluid extraction), hydrocarbons, propane, or ethanol alcohol (tincture). Solvents strip the active compounds (THC, CBD) from the cannabis plant, leaving behind a highly potent, cannabinoid-packed product. Extracts vary in texture and consistency from a sticky wax (“budder”) to a crumbly “honeycomb” or glasslike “shatter.”
Shatter is not agitated during the heating process which is why it has its translucent appearance. It is left to settle in a thin sheet resulting in a hard, amber colored glass.
Also known as “cake batter,” budder is a soft, waxy substance that can be easier to work with than shatter. It sometimes comes with a drier consistency and is then referred to as “crumble.”
Live Resin is made from freshly harvested cannabis plants that are flash frozen and maintained at freezing temperatures throughout the extraction process. Viscosity ranges from saps to sugars, sauces, budders, and shatters.
Solventless extracts are made using mesh screens (kief), ice water (hash) or heat (rosin) to separate the crystalline resin from the cannabis leaf.
Also known as dry sift or pollen, because of its powdery texture. Kief can be sprinkled onto ground cannabis for more potent consumption or used to make hash.
Hash can be made by pressing kief, or more commonly, by using ice water and mesh bags to produce “bubble hash.” Hash has been around for centuries and is one of the strongest, purest concentrates in the world.
Rosin is made by using heat and pressure to squeeze resinous sap from the plant. Rosin can be made from freshly harvested cannabis flowers, cured buds, kief, water hash, and even trim. Color, consistency, and flavor vary depending on the material used.