Cannabis concentrates come in many forms. They’ve been around for a long time but over the past few years, thanks to the Internet and the recent wave of cannabis legalization, they have rapidly gained in popularity.
Concentrates, and especially dabbing, are the new big thing in stoner circles. As the name suggests, they are concentrated THC and CBD extracts from cannabis flowers. The extracts can also contain other cannabinoids and terpenes.
Today, with new technologies and methods, cannabis concentrates are easier to make than ever before, however some of the old techniques are still in use today, such as hand rolled hash.
Concentrates are packed with several times the cannabinoids found in dried flowers; the potency of concentrates can reach up to 90%, which is why many people, even seasoned weed users, have bad experiences when they first try them.
When consumed carefully and in moderation, concentrates can be safely used by both medical and recreational users.
In this article, we’re going to explore different types of cannabis concentrates, their potency, how to use them, and I’ll …