What is Dabs?
Dabs are concentrated doses of cannabis that are made by extracting THC and other cannabinoids using a solvent like butane or carbon dioxide, resulting in sticky oils also commonly referred to as wax, shatter, budder, and butane hash oil (BHO). They’re heated on a hot surface, usually a nail, and then inhaled through a dab rig. Smoking dabs as a method of consumption has been around for at least a decade, but the advent of more advanced extraction methods have led to a flood of cannabis concentrates that have boosted dabbing’s popularity.
Is there a difference between dabs and wax?
All wax is a dab but not all dabs are wax. Dabs is a term that applies to concentrates made to be vaporized. The difference in dabs is determined by how they are made. Both butane and supercritical CO2 extraction can yield very high potency products.
What’s the difference between dabs and shatter?
Both shatter and wax are BHO concentrate that have roughly the same THC potency. They’re both used in dabbing. And they both provide a more powerful, longer-lasting high. The only real difference is in their appearance.
What is CBD DAB wax?
The process of dabbing CBD wax is the same process that is involved when people dab concentrated cannabis (medial marijuana). It has negligible traces of THC, the compound attributed to the psychotropic properties of cannabis smoking.
What are the side effects of dabs?
That said, the side effects of dabbing overconsumption are far less dire than those linked to overconsumption of hard alcohol. In fact, they’re not so different from the effects of eating too much sugar – lethargy and mild nausea, occasionally accompanied by a brief period of paranoia.
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