BHO stands for butane hash oil which is a common method for making cannabis concentrates. It is a process in which the cannabis flowers pass through a butane wash, which extracts the oils and chemicals to create an amber resin. The process usually involves placing the raw plant material in a tube usually made of glass, PVC or stainless steel.
Once all the chemicals have been removed using the tube, plant material is removed and the butane evaporates. The resulting substance has very high THC levels and is usually golden amber, thick, sticky oil.
Depending on the cannabis production method, it can be called honey oil, breakage or earwax. Although the methods vary, they must be carried out with appropriate cannabis testing equipment and equipped facilities, since butane is a highly flammable substance and the production of hash oil is extremely dangerous.

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