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For the record, the cheapest rig on our list is $135 while the most expensive is $740. There are even more expensive rigs in the four-figure range but frankly, they don’t outperform the high-end rigs on this list. Although the wide price range can be confusing, you tend to get what you pay for.

If your rig costs $50, it will perform like a $50 rig! This means it will be somewhat functional but riddled with flaws. Also, cheaper rigs use glass or ceramic nails which break regularly. It’s also a fact that the type of nail and style of the rig alone can make a $200 difference to the price. As long as you dab with clean tested products, dabbing has a variety of good points. First and foremost, it offers a powerful dose of marijuana and it acts much faster than other delivery methods. If you’re dealing with chronic/severe pain or nausea, dabbing is one of the best ways to get quick and effective relief.

Properly manufactured cannabis extracts offer a clean and pure product that is easier on the lungs than smoking. When you smoke weed, the burned plant matter produces resin and hot smoke. Extracts deliver cannabinoids without the added unwanted material. Let’s quickly sum up the pros of dabbing: It is powerful so you’ll get stoned exceedingly quickly. It is the most potent delivery method and even experienced users say each dabbing session make them feel as if they are getting high for the first time. It is fast acting so if you’re in chronic pain, a dabbing hit can ease the symptoms in a matter of minutes. A single dab is the equivalent of several joints and since it only takes a few seconds to take a hit, you can enjoy dabbing any time. There is no point skirting around the issue: Dabbing is potentially dangerous when you do it incorrectly. The biggest danger is in the process of home extraction which we don’t recommend. With so many clear and pure concentrates on the market for affordable prices, there is no need to take a risk with a DIY version. As extraction typically involves butane gas, a combination of its flammable gases and bad ventilation could result in an explosion. Even if you successfully extract the material without causing an accident, it is likely that you’ll end up with a less than pure wax. Professional companies avoid issues by using trained extraction experts, closed-loop extraction equipment, high-grade solvents and lab testing. There are of course other dangers which we sum up below: The strength of concentrates means you could technically overdose. While no one has died from overdosing marijuana in recorded history, there are numerous unpleasant side effects including vomiting, accelerated heart rate and panic attacks. In extreme cases, too much dabbing can lead to marijuana psychosis. You may build up a tolerance to weed over time and require larger amounts to get the same effects. If you try to wean yourself off, there are potential withdrawal symptoms such as mood swings, wet dreams, and depression to consider. Unless you use concentrates created by reputable firms, there’s a danger of inhaling traces of butane and other chemicals. In states such as Oregon and Colorado, concentrates with less than 500ppm of residual hydrocarbons are deemed safe; a figure that is far too high. Fortunately, top-level dabs contain only a fraction of that amount. You could suffer serious, or even fatal, injury while attempting a home extraction. What Are the Most Common Dabbing & Concentrate Myths? Dabs have risen rapidly in the medical marijuana market but BHO in particular has been singled out as a dangerous substance. Back in 2014, Bill SB-1262 Medical Marijuana in California was proposed to ban potent concentrates in the state of California. The goal was to get rid of BHO that contains over 80% THC. The truth is, the concentrates market is largely unregulated which means less pure substances slip through the net.

As a consumer, you have to be vigilant when shopping for dabs and this means getting as much information as possible. Now, we’re going to look at a few myths associated with concentrates to provide you with better education on the subject. FALSE: You Can Evaluate the Quality of Hash Oil Based on Texture.

If you’re lucky, the product you purchase will contain the cannabinoid content and name of the strain.

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