5 Things To Know About Dabbing Concentrates
5 Things To Know About Dabbing Concentrates
Dabbing cannabis concentrates is the latest trend in cannabis culture. It's high-powered and an efficient way to experience a feeling of euphoria. While it's the future of cannabis consumption, it's not for everyone. With its rising popularity, there are a lot of people who have just learned about this form of consuming THC and CBD.
If you're interested in dabbing but don't know what it is exactly or how it works, here are some things to know about concentrates:
Dabbing Concentrates Is The Future Of Cannabis Consumption
Dabbing concentrates is the future of cannabis consumption. It's much healthier than smoking, more efficient in getting your dose, and more potent. It's also quite discreet. Dabbing concentrates allows consumers to get a high level of THC in a single hit, which can be especially useful for those who don't want to smoke or eat an entire edible.
Dabbing products are made of extracts taken from cannabis plants using butane as a solvent (called BHO). Butane is flammable and has intoxicating effects when inhaled directly into the lungs. So, dabbing requires special care and technique to avoid getting too high on your supply.
You Can Get A Good Dose In One Inhalation
Another thing to know about dabbing concentrates is you can get a good dose in one inhalation. If you're not used to smoking, be careful with your first dab. It's easy for the vapor to overwhelm your lungs, which can cause cough or nausea. You can read this post to learn more about temperature settings. In addition, there are different ways to do it based on your experience and what kind of vaporizer you use.
For beginners: Inhale lightly and hold the vapor in your mouth before exhaling slowly through your nose. This helps you avoid getting a lungful of smoke too quickly. So, try this method until you become more comfortable with dabs.
For seasoned dabbers: Take a bigger hit from the torch lighter than usual and inhale deeply at once before exhaling. This should give you enough time for all parts of your lungs (both the front and back) to absorb all that sweet THC goodness.
Dabbing Isn’t For Everyone
Dabbing isn't for everyone. Some people prefer to dab instead of smoke or vape whereas others choose not to. This is because they may find it too intense when they try it, or they may have an allergy or sensitivity to the chemicals used in many concentrates. For example, if you’re sensitive to nicotine and don’t like cigarettes, dabbing could be an awful experience for you—especially if your tolerance is low and you get an intense high from just one hit.
It Doesn't Have To Be A Hazy Experience
You may have heard that dabbing is a 'hazy' experience, but that doesn't have to be the case. The word 'haze' often denotes the presence of THC and other cannabinoids like CBD. Hence, this high feeling tends to come on slowly and last longer than your average buzz.
However, some concentrates don't yield such a pronounced or long-lasting effect. The difference between the one that yields and the one that doesn't is known as the 'strength level.' Different levels can offer more immediate relief from symptoms like pain or nausea. Although it can be hazy, it doesn't have to be. You decide what and how you want it.
Additionally, if you're interested in getting an immediate high from your concentrate but aren't sure what kind would work best for you, consult with your budtender about their selection. You can also ask them about new features to know the level of expected 'haziness.' If you're new to dabbing altogether and don't know where to start looking for information online, try researching on social media and checking out review websites.
Setup Is Easy To Clean And Maintain
Dabbing concentrates is a lot easier to clean than smoking flowers. When you're done with your session, you must wipe down the torch and mouthpiece with rubbing alcohol (for glass dab rigs) and leave it to air dry. Alternatively, you can use isopropyl alcohol mixed with salt to create a cleaning solution.
The only other thing that needs regular cleaning is the nail itself. Plus, that's easy. You only need to heat the nail with a dab torch first. While heating, scrape off the residue gently and use your dabber tool to brush it clean. Don't use soap or chemicals, as it may affect the nail.
Dabbing is one of the most exciting trends in cannabis, but it can be confusing. If you're looking to try dabbing concentrates for the first time or are just curious about the hype, you need to learn some things. With this guide, you’ll be ready to dab away. And if you have more questions, you’ll easily find answers on social media or on review websites.