The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Sides to Dabbing
If you’re involved with cannabis at all, whether recreationally, medically, or from a business standpoint, then you either know about or have probably heard of “dabbing.” This 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.
A dab usually refers to a dose of concentrate that is heated on a hot surface, usually a nail, and then inhaled. It doesn’t sound so controversial in those terms, but “blasting dabs” has become a dividing point within the community both because of the intense high that it produces and for the image that it presents to outsiders.
While there are valid concerns to be addressed about the safety of the production and potency of popular concentrates, this new trend isn’t all bad. Here’s the breakdown on the issues surrounding dabs and how it might actually be a good thing for the legalization movement. Read more
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