Dabbing 101 How to Dab and Why do People Dab

Cannabis Waxes are usually heated on a hot surface (usually a nail) and inhaled as “dabs.” Depending on the consistency and can be called a marijuana concentrate.

Dabs have been around for at least a decade, but the introduction of more advanced extraction methods has led to the development of cannabis concentrates, which have gained popularity. THC is so potent that it is possible to extract up to 1,000 times more THC per gram of marijuana concentrate, making it one of the most potent cannabis products ever (unless you are stoned). While it can be challenging to obtain the volatile compounds during the extraction process, the aromatic oils that give cannabis its flavors, such as THC, CBD, and CBD oil, can also be extracted.

Let’s Start with Bad Bews of Dabbing:

Dabbing can be dangerous. The New York Times is particularly interested in the perceived dangers of dabbing, but what mainstream media isn’t? In the worst-case scenario, the combination of combustible gases and poor ventilation can lead to an explosion.

Even if the extraction goes well at home, you cannot know the quality or purity of the finished product, also if it does.

Dirty oil can contain residual solvents that could be harmful to the consumer, and it is dangerous from a consumer’s point of view to swallow cannabis extract. The right precautions are easy to use safely, but there can be severe side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and dizziness.

For the uninformed, heating a metal or glass nail with a tiny flamethrower may seem fundamentally dangerous. Many new dabbers who invest in their first device will choose the low-cost route and buy an air device like an evaporator. These tools eliminate the torch and provide precise temperature control for the dabbing user, leading to products such as electronic nails. Dabbing with marijuana can cause various health and safety problems, leading some to put their swabs on the product’s electronic nail.

One factor that an unseasoned dabber should consider is the efficacy of THC in the extract. Some cannabis extracts have been tested for 60 to 90% THC, meaning it does not take much to reach high levels.

When you cross your boundary, the effects will be unpleasant and overwhelmingly intense, so it is not a bad idea to start with a small dollop of cannabis concentrate to ensure a positive and pleasant experience.

While research has not yet investigated the long-term risks of dabbed extracts about residual solvents, pesticides, and cannabinoids, it has been possible to characterize the risks associated with prolonged use. Finally, it is essential to note that smoking cannabis wax and other concentrates may cause serious health problems, such as cancer, heart disease, liver, or liver cancer. However, it is impossible to die of a cannabis overdose!

It will be challenging to find a doctor who will recommend a dab as a first measure of medicine. However, dabs have advantages and can be an excellent way to get immediate and effective relief.

Patients and adult consumers have several advantages of dabbing, mainly when a clean, tested product is safely used. For patients struggling with severe chronic pain or extreme nausea, injecting cannabis concentrate may also be one of the best ways to treat immediate, effective pain relief for a short time.  


What’s the Difference Between a Dab and a Regular Cannabis Flower?

When smoking cannabis, burning plant material produces resin and hot smoke, but correctly produced cannabis extract can also provide consumers with a clean product that spares the lungs. The extract eliminates most of the unwanted material while still providing a healthy dose of THC, the main psychoactive component of the cannabis plant.

One of the often-overlooked benefits of dabbing marijuana wax and similar cannabis concentrates is the scientific and technological curiosity it has fostered in recent years. While not everyone will welcome dabbing as a way of using it, other recently emerging extracts such as cannabis oil have crossed the boundaries of innovation for the industry. The rise in dabbing cases coincides with several other changes in the cannabis industry, from the legalization of medical marijuana to the use of cannabis oil. The list could be continued.

Although dabbing still causes growing pains, concentrates overall have much to offer patients and cannabis users. It is a diversionary trend that is arousing interest and activism among younger members of the community, and more activists are starting to get involved. There are many different possibilities for medical and recreational use of cannabis, but dabbing is only one option among many.


What are the Benefits of Dabbing?

When people hear the term “dabbing,” they usually think of a dance move from the Atlanta rap scene and later popularized by football star Cam Newton, who made himself a scratch. This concentrated substance is produced by a chemical process using butane oil to extract the oil from cannabis. This is also called wax fragmentation or honeycomb buds, which is a by-product of the production of “butane ash oil” (BHO), which contains a highly concentrated THC.

Studies suggest that smears of BHO can have THC concentrations of up to 80%, compared to only 5% to 10% of what conventional cannabis contains. Dabs are up to ten times higher than the THC concentration of traditional marijuana. Some people who dab themselves experience an intense high at first, which builds up gradually over time, but not for long. A specially developed glass bong, commonly referred to as oil rigs, can be used in the same way as a regular marijuana bong, but with a much higher THC concentration.

The dab is placed on a connected nail and heated with a blow torch to create a vapor that can be inhaled. This type of intake immediately shows the effects of dabbing, and young people are most likely to be caught with hashish oil there because there is no smoke and a definite smell. People can dab themselves by putting hash oils in a steam machine and heating them in a hot water bath for several minutes.

Although the process of dabbing is not new, it has gained popularity in recent years. Scientists attribute this growth to the legalization of cannabis in the US and other parts of the world, and thus public places, including schools, are often smeared.  


What is the Risk for Dabbing Cannabis Concentrates

As a result, dabbing has become increasingly popular, and this has been a leading factor in the growth of the cannabis industry in recent years. Simply put, there is no safe level of drug use, and all drugs carry certain risks regardless of their purpose.

Meanwhile, researchers at Portland State University found that swabs can also expose people to elevated toxins, including carcinogenic compounds. Scientists have found that the higher the temperature to which the substance is detected, the more carcinogens, toxins, and potential irritants are produced. A dab also involves a skin-crawling sensation. Since it is a challenge to control nail temperature, this can put users at risk of irritation at high temperatures and an inability to reach high levels.

Another danger of dabbing is the production of hashish oil, which is one of the riskiest aspects. Remember that swabs are made by spraying butane, a light liquid, on the marijuana plant.

Dabbing is highly flammable and unstable, so it is hazardous to add heat to the substance and cause severe burns and burns.

The remaining butane (a form of gas) is in the room after the process is completed. Static electricity is generated by the combustion of gas in a gas generator, such as an electric generator or wind turbine.

As a result, there is a growing risk that houses, apartment buildings, and other structures will explode during the extraction process. When this happens, affected people become burnt victims with broken bones, requiring skin grafts and reconstructive surgery, or they are killed. The bottom line is that dabbing is a potentially dangerous process, and the risks are similar to those of a meth lab.

Therefore, parents and educators must talk to young people about the risks associated with drinking and stress that a single blow can drive them into an addiction to life and kill them if they consume too much. There is also a risk of severe health problems such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, liver cancer, and liver cancer.


Cannabis Basics: What Is Dabbing?

Before we launch into a full-blown dabbing tutorial, it’s essential to understand what dabbing really is. Instead of smoking herbs through pipes, dabbers inhale concentrates (waxes, oils) out of rigs. These oils are extracted from the plants that produce these herbs.  


Quick-Step Dabbing Instructions:

  1. Heat the nail with a torch until the nail is visibly hot.
  2. Allow it to cool for 45 seconds.
  3. Put the wax inside the nail while slowly inhaling.
  4. Exhale and BREATHHHHHHHHH!!


How to Dab Like a Pro in 2020


Should I take HUGE dabs?

Dabbing has a very different— and more intense— effect on people than smoking. Concentrates tend to be much more potent than the herbs that they came from. Taking massive dabs could lead to a bad experience. To avoid dabbing and becoming ” greened out,” take only smaller dabs that let yourself control your intake— especially if you’re a first-timer, but everyone is different!

Dab at low temperatures

At some point, you might have heard somebody complain about a negative dabbing experience. They might complain about the chest discomfort, unpleasant tastes, or even a sudden, sickening loss of balance. In almost all of these cases, our staff can promise that they were dabbing at high temperatures. Allowing it to cool is a crucial step in the process. When the nail is too hot, the wax will combust, which creates an extremely unpleasant inhalation process and will damage the user’s lungs. Higher temperature dabs can also eliminate terpenes, the organic compounds that create an attractive smell and unique flavor. To avoid these painful situations and keep good dabbing “manners”, always allow the dab nail to cool after heating it- You will thank us later!

Clean Bong or rig a lot!

For high potent dabs, your rig must be clean. Dab rigs are also easier to disinfect than bongs. The more frequently you wash it, the easier it will be to clean in the future. For a small amount of residue, just hot water alone might get the job done. With a clean right, you’ll be able to taste your wax without the old concentrates affecting the taste.  


What Kinds of Cannabis Dabs Are There?

As dab another name for THC WAX or concentrates, there is an extensive list of dabs available in today’s marijuana market. The two main categories they fall under are extract forms and product forms. Extract forms require a complex chemical process to extract the THC from cannabis, while byproduct forms naturally come from the use of regular dry cannabis.  


Some well-known extract forms are:

– Shatter

Shatter semi-transparent and comes in thin, gold-colored sheets. When it is cold, it shatters easily, giving its name ” shatter.” Shatter used to be the most popular because it is was thought to be one of the purest extracts. However, in 2020 the science behind it changed many smokers’ views. You can store shatter in wax paper—just make sure to keep it in a constant, room-temperature environment, or get ready for your shatter to shatter! But don’t let it melt because then its a mess!

– Budder/Butter

Creamy like caramel or peanut butter, budder is made by beating shatter into a thick, creamy consistency. Its appeal comes from its somewhat more shelf-stable characteristics, although having your shatter turn into budder over time can also be a sign that the first cannabis wasn’t filtered and pure enough.

– Crumble

The driest of all cannabis wax makes it easy to portion and use crumble as it’s already in a tiny, crumbled form. Because of its excellent consistency, it is best to store crumble in silicon or glass containers with tight lids to prevent any spilling.

– Oil

Unlike the other extract methods, this honey-like oil is made from CO2 instead of butane gas. It usually comes in a syringe so that you can quickly eject it into your rigs. While the use of CO2 produces a different tasting oil compared to the extracts made with butane, oil operates in a very similar way to the other products. It should be stored in its original syringe or a silicone container.

– Rosin (Cleanest Form of Dabbing)

A sticky substance made when heat and compression are pressed to a bud of a cannabis flower. It uses the entire bud to produce a light, golden, and sticky rosin.

– Live Resin

This is the most popular concentrate in 2020 Fresh marijuana plants are used to create this wax oil, hence the live part of its origin, and many believe that this is the ultimate, purest form of THC possible.  


Common byproduct forms include:

– Kief

The most convenient THC concentrates, kief (pronounced almost like queef, funny but true), is the golden-green powder stuffed and left in the bottom of your favorite weed grinder in the “kief catcher”. After grinding up a bud for a join, the kief left underneath can also be used for an intense and potent high- almost like a wax dab

– Hash

Hash is pressed kief or compressed resin. It is crumbly however sticky and is easy to use and keep fresh. All people need to do is take a small crumble and store it in a clean and airtight container- like most weed.

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