How to Dab With Cannabis Concentrates

How to Dab With Cannabis Concentrates

For new users of cannabis, dabbing can seem the height of sophistication. It sounds difficult but is actually relatively easy to do. All you need is the right kit and you’re good to go.  And, once you’ve done it a few times, you’ll pretty much be a master.   The elements of how to dab come down to an available concentrate and a high heat source such as a blow torch. Essentially, what you are trying to achieve is a kind of flash vaporization. You only need a very small amount of concentrate for this, of course. They contain a lot more THC than your average dry herb or oil but the actual vaporization process also gives you a cleaner hit.   You might find that your average dried herb delivers around 10 or even 24% THC. Concentrates can have anything up to 80%. For that reason, the quantity is important.   Can you dab CBD? Yes, that’s possible too. If you are hoping to use dabbing to deliver medical benefits, however, temperature becomes very important. We deal with this later in the article when we look at e-nails. At the very least, you will need to invest in one of these to heat up your concentration.   The Main Types of Concentrate  Most concentrates take their name from their consistency. For example, you have:  Shatter: This looks a bit like a thin, honey-colored piece of glass and when it breaks it shatters.  Wax: This looks like something you may have removed from your ear and has about the same consistency.  Crumble: This is easy to break up and is great for dabbing.BHO: This stands for butane hash oil. Butane is the solvent used to extract terpenes and cannabinoids.   Over the last few years, other terms for cannabis concentrates have moved into public consciousness including dry sift, full melt, and pull and snap. One of the most recent is live resin. If you’re a connoisseur you’ll probably have a handle on these already.   What…

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