There are two major kinds of dabbing and only one of them is a “trendy” dance move. The other is the process of vaporizing extremely concentrated cannabinoids. Usually people do this by measuring the concentrate/isolate onto a piece of metal called a nail. From there, you can inhale the vapor that comes out.
Dabs are made in a process that involves using a solvent, such as CO2 (carbon dioxide) or butane, to isolate the cannabinoids and create a product that looks and tastes good.
Typically “dabs” refers to high-THC cannabis concentrates that people get in medical or recreational cannabis dispensaries or via delivery. Other names for this type of extract could be hash, shatter, budder, BHO, wax, crumble, honeycomb or honey oil.
The goal with these is simply to get stoned, and that’s their most popular use, but dabs can also be used to take in other types of nonpsychoactive cannabis and hemp extract, such as CBD (cannabidiol).
This cannabinoid is known for its nonintoxicating yet calming effects on anxiety and other types of disordered thinking. According to a government study performed in 2015, it was even found that CBD use can help reduce the addictive use of cannabis.
Any types of CBD isolates can be dabbed in the same way as concentrates that contain THC. People also vaporize extracts of all kinds using vape pens, or other vaporizing devices.
So there you have it. It’s pretty easy to do dabs. The biggest decision you have to make is which type of extract you’re going to go with — whether it’s an oil or another kind of isolate, you have many choices that are all available on the Dr.Ganja CBD store.
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