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How do “dab rigs” work?

How do “dab rigs” work?

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The Dab rig is the term for glass tubes and heat sources. You need to properly consume the "tap" (concentrated THC)... usually a glass bowl is hung on a heat source, like a blow torch, let it red cherry hot... then While "tapping" was placed on it, people inhaled the smoke from tapping to hot glass and turning to steam...

Dabbing is a common method of obtaining very concentrated plant cannabinoids, but the learning curve involves the heating of light rigs, safety issues and equipment requirements making it a less accessible option for beginners. In many ways, tapping is healthier than smoking because there are far fewer carcinogens.

Dabbing can be particularly effective and is best for more experienced consumers. Depending on the efficacy and quality of the product, a single tap can be used to hit 40 to 60 mg of THC each time and is immediately flushed to the brain. An important reminder is not to pat; you exhale as soon as you breathe out. A large influx of THC will greatly lower your blood pressure while holding your breath, which may cause the consumer to transfer from hypnosis to the brain, often called “Hey, hey, fainted."

The evaporator and other tools that rely on conduction to heat the cannabis to an absorb able form are placed on a hot plate and heated to a very specific temperature. When tapping, the hot plate in this case is a very hot nail that is brought to a very high temperature using a blowtorch or internally heated by an automatic tapping device. The nails are usually heated to about 482 ° C - 538 ° C (900 ° F - 1000 ° F), and when wax and other concentrates fall on these nails, they burn very fast. Dabbing requires a lot of careful operation. And because of the tool, temperature and the volatile nature consumed, it is usually quite dangerous. Beginner consumers should consider alternative methods.

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