How to dab: What you need to know about Smoking shatter and the wax
Dabbing is the flash vaporization process of concentrated dabs, also known as dabs with high temperatures and is performed using an e-rig, dab rig, also known as a dab pen. This guide will focus on dabbing that is traditional using an e-rig or dab guide.
There’s a a growing curve to dabbing so if you’ve never done this before, it could be beneficial to get someone experienced with it to demonstrate how to do it.
A few important points to be aware of when you dab:
Dabs are concentrated versions of cannabis. So you can get a small amount of cannabis to go a very large distance. The flower contains between 15-25% THC, while they range from 60-90% THC.
The temperature of your dabbing is vital The nail should not be too hot, you’ll melt terpenes and likely induce an episode of coughing.
Beware of an extremely hot nail. It’ll be Hotter than the hottest bowl or lighter.
Which dab device is it?
A dab rig is a water pipe that is used to inhale dab. It looks like an old bong with an enclosed chamber that houses water for cooling vapor, but as opposed to a pot for flowers, as with the bong, the dab rig has a nail for concentrates.
What’s the best way to make a dab rig work?
To get a dab, the nail of the dab rig can be heated with a torch, and left for it to cool to the desired temperature. Cannabis concentrate is placed in the nail, and the intense heat evaporates it. A carb cap is placed over the nail and the dabber inhales by controlling the airflow through the carb cap.
In vaporizers the air travels from the nail to the main chamber of the rig, and is then cool by water before reaching the dabber’s lungs.
How do you make dabs?
Before you begin dabbing before you begin dabbing, it is crucial to know that concentrated solvents, such as shatter or crumble, wax, honey, jelly, and much more, are produced using chemicals like butane. In order to make these concentrates, they should be prepared by an authorized technician using the required equipment. They cannot be made at home.
Solvents must be purged from an extraction so it is safe to consume. Only a professional licensed by a market that is legal will be able to perform this. A wrong method of solvent extraction could be hazardous and cause the release of hazardous fumes or even explosions.
However, some solvent-free Dabs can be made at home using cannabis flowers and basic household tools.