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What are concentrates?
One of the most exciting developments in the cannabis industry continues to be the development of solvent-less concentrates, or extractions. These concentrates come in the form of oils (which are used primarily in vaporizer pens), or waxes and shatter (which are vaporized in either a pen or a glass dab rig). The effects from these concentrates can vary. Vaping oil produces the lightest affects. Dabbing wax or shatter produces the most potent effects. For more information on concentrates you can visit:
What is a dab?
A dab is a method of consuming a sticky oil concentrate that is also referred to as wax, shatter, budder, or hash oil. The process involves heating a dose of concentrate on a hot nail, and then inhaling it through a dab rig. This method is popular for a “cleaner” smoke with highly potent effects. For more information on dabbing you can visit: https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/is-dabbing-good-or-bad-or-both
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) has all the effects of THC without the psychoactive ingredient that makes you feel high. Popular among mainstream audiences, CBD has an effect on your body without sending you on the cerebral adventure associated with THC. For more information on CBD’s you can visit: http://herb.co/2016/07/26/everything-you-need-to-know-about-cbd/
What is the proper dosage for edibles?
Properly labeled edibles packaging typically contains a standard dose with 10 milligrams of activated THC per piece. Cannabis newbies, or “low-tolerance consumers,” should take half of that or try a product line that offers five-milligram options.
Experienced consumers might opt for larger doses, but starting with a small dose is generally a good idea. It’s also smart to wait for the effects to kick in so you can have a more positive, in-control experience. For more information on edibles you can visit: https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/5-tips-to-safely-dose-and-enjoy-cannabis-edibles