ˈdī’əmənd ˈmīniNG/ | Noun
A term that describes the process of forming and removing “diamonds” or crystal-like isolated cannabinoids from sauce. This term is common in the cannabis industry and is typically used to isolate cannabinoids like THCA, CBDA, and CBD. The end product and process are known as diamond mining because they resemble small diamonds. The liquid that cannabinoids are mined from is called terp sauce.
“Diamond mining is a process that encourages separation of cannabinoids from terpenes.”
“Terp sauce is a potent cannabis concentrate used for diamond mining.”