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Drew: Hey what's up everyone this is Drew, owner of Connoisseur Concentrates, and we are back to do another Terpene Profile Breakdown Video. As usual I am joined by my Chief Lab Technician; Professor
Matsumoto (Hey what's up), and my Media Director; Audrey (Hey), and today we're gonna be doing something that is not actually a terpene. It is our product called the Flavorless, right here. So what this is, is a product, because there is a need that people want to dilute their extracts without adding a flavor. A lot
of people's extracts have a good flavor profile already. There's a variety of reasons people would want to use a product like this, and I'll explain some of them, but let me tell you what it is and what it is not. So it's a dilute, first off. It's just meant to liquefy your extracts. It is a proprietary blend, and we don't explain it to people because honestly, people just copy everyone in the cannabis industry. So I'm gonna tell you what it is not because it falls under our trade secrets. What it is not is it is not MCT. It is not Propylene Glycol or PG. It is not polyethylene glycol or PEG. It contains no Vegetable Glycerin, not a corn derivative. Did I cover everything? It's not a coconut oil. It is an organic based substance that we use to liquefy extracts. Now, the reason people would use something like this is; let's say they have BHO or something that already contains terpenes that are natural to the plant in it. You know, like a full body extract or something. They just want
to liquefy it without changing the flavor profile. This is perfect for that. Another thing, and I'll get into this in
another video, you should check out why our terpenes are better than other people's. I did a video on that, but we have a scientific breakdown on why our terpenes are actually better. One of the reasons our terpenes are better is, a lot of other companies, they just don't make them right, and I've explained it in that video. They have a maximum dilution ratio of about 10 percent. Once they hit eight to ten percent, their terpenes start hurting your throat and they become harsh. That's just because they didn't make them right. But at that point you need to add more of a liquefier in order to get it to the viscosity that works in a pen. So if you happen to use someone else's terpenes and you're running into that situation, you could use our product to further dilute it down. Maybe you just like their blend, whatever, I don't really care. So this is
something that would work for that. It is a proprietary blend, as I said, so we just don't give out the ingredients cause people just copy it, that's just how it is, and we like to keep our trade secrets. So, one of the first things you're gonna notice is that it's clear. Got it in the bottle right there. It is an organic substance. There is nothing synthetic. There's no- there's nothing other than organic components in it. Another thing you're gonna do, the most important thing you're gonna do with this product is you're gonna open it up and smell it. So I'm gonna walk you through that right now. So it doesn't have a smell. It doesn't have a taste. It is truly an excellent product. It has no smell whatsoever. One of the great things about this that you'll differ from PG, and a lot of people use Propylene Glycol or Polyethylene Glycol when they're thinning their agents, at some point, even though Propylene Glycol, PEG, PG, you don't really taste anything. At some point you diluted your extract to the point where you can taste that stuff. And everybody
knows what PG tastes like. Everybody knows what PEG tastes like. And I got to tell you, even on the side note, a lot of these liquifiers and stuff that you're buying online, they are- they're just blends of PEG, you know? And they try to blend it together. And I'm just gonna take a minute to explain this. Normally I wouldn't do this in this type of video, but I think there needs to be a little explanation behind this. Polyethylene Glycol 200 is just a thinner version of Polyethylene Glycol 400. So if you're buying PEG 200 and PEG 400, the only difference between those is just the viscosity. It's the same exact product. So you'll have a lot of companies out there that will sell you these special wax liquefier, and I don't mean that on a specific company, but people that sell blends of liquifires for your extract. And what they do is they take like, PEG 200 and PEG 400 and PEG 800, and they blend it together and try to trick you into thinking that this is some
special product. It's the exact same product, you're just mixing thinner versions of it together, you know what I'm saying. I hope you can understand that analogy. There's nothing special about it. It's still PEG, it still doesn't taste good. This is not like that, it completely differs in structure. No matter how much
of this that you use, you're not going to taste it. You could take a gram of this, and just a drop of your extract, and smoke it, you're not gonna taste anything in it. It doesn't have a flavor, it's a really excellent product. We did get into a little bit of a smell issue. It has no smell. Normally I tell people; do not buy your
terpenes based on what they smell like, simply because the smell doesn't transfer over to what it tastes like. You're selling a product that people taste, as opposed to what they smell in the bottle. This is a little bit different again. This is in our modifier section, so it doesn't exactly fall under the same rules. But since we're here, I'm gonna let Audrey explain to you why you shouldn't buy other terpenes based on what they smell like.

Audrey: Right, so in this particular case, you're gonna smell it. Not gonna smell anything, big shocker there. But normally, the most important thing to keep in mind when you're buying your terpenes, is that the bottle almost never smells exactly like what the pen tastes like. You need to keep this in mind, because at the end of the day your clients and your end-user are gonna be tasting your pens, not smelling the bottle that you have.

Drew: That's true. So let's get into taste for a minute. What's really important when you're working with the Flavorless agent, is what it tastes like. It may not smell anything, like anything in the bottle. But I've seen- people have been trying to do this for a long time. And I've noticed that when other companies make things, they don't smell and you can really taste it. So research purposes, Cam over here is gonna take some pure in a pen, and smoke it straight by itself and tell you what it tastes like.

Cameron: Yeah, here we go. Now imagine, say a being gains consciousness. And with that consciousness that being creates something, and that something has a taste. I'm gonna tell you right now; this pen is the exact opposite of that thing.

Drew: True, because I can understand that. Being no taste, makes a lot of sense when you put it that way. I didn't really grasp it before.

Cameron: Yeah of course, thank you.

Drew: So one of the other characteristics of this product is that it is a dilutant, meaning that if you have an extract and you put this in it, it is gonna thin it down into a thinner viscosity. Now that may or may not work
for the pen that you're using. Everybody's different pen has different hole sizes, and different coils inside of
it. And you need to understand how thin your extract likes to be with the hardware that you're using. Now this product is meant to thin your extract down and liquefy it, stretch it out it. It also does make it thin. The reason this is important is because I have a product that's called the Thickener, and that liquefies your extract without making it thinner. Meaning that you can take a gram of distillate, add a bunch of our Thickener. It's gonna stay the exact same viscosity, and you're not going to taste it. That's not what this is. So if you're interested in that, go watch the Thickener video. Audrey would you-normally we break down everything the same, would you qualify this as a- an enhancing agent or a masking agent?

Audrey: Well, it's really gonna enhance it with nothing, and it's really gonna mask it with that same nothing it possesses.

Drew: That's right. It's like people mask it because you think you're smelling- or you're smoking nothing right? So anyway, if you're interested in this; go to Mr. Extractor. It's a very good product, it works very well. It's just for liquefying your extracts, quite simply. Go to Mr. Extractor. We have as much as you want of it, we're slashing prices on bulk, go check it out. If you want to see it in person; any of the Terpene Labs across the country, you can show up. We've got one in LA, we've got some going on in different states as well. You'll be able to walk in, smell the bottle, taste a pen, take home as much of it as you want. Free stuff. What do you got for free stuff?

Audrey: Everybody loves free stuff. So, Drew has set it up conveniently for you. You can go to any Terpene Lab location across the country, walk in, get your free gram on the spot, or go to www.Mr. Extractor. Stay up-to-date on our social media platforms like Instagram, that's where we do like the 20% off, buy one get one free, all the goods.

Drew: True, Cam? I'd just like the add; to check out our other terpene breakdown videos. We have so many new profiles coming at you guys. It's really exciting stuff. So, try out the flavor list, get a sample, get a bottle, make some pens, alright? We'll see you later.

Cameron: Later.

Audrey: Bye.