THC Dabs

Recreational marijuana is becoming accessible to more Americans. On the federal level, hemp-derived compounds like CBD and Delta 8 THC (although state laws vary) have been legal for several years and have gained immense popularity. Hence, there are many options available to consume these products, whether from hemp or cannabis. If you have been working with a dry flower, you may want to spice things up and try novel consumption methods that offer a more potent experience, and that’s when dabs come in. The highly concentrated cannabis isolates come in various forms like shatter, wax, budder, crumble, or BHO – with the primary difference being their consistency.

Each of these isolates, or dabs, offer a completely different experience than smoking a cannabis flower and getting started might be overwhelming even for a seasoned cannabis consumer who has never dabbed before. Also, on top of requiring other equipment, which you probably don’t own yet, there’s no single way of dabbing, making things harder, especially for newbies. However, different methods of dabbing will allow you to choose the one that best matches your personal preferences. That being said, we will guide you to the standard techniques of dabbing, the steps you’ll need to take, and the equipment you’ll need for each of them.

 

Different Methods of Dabbing

Choose the Cannabis Concentrate to Dab

Getting started with any dabbing method requires a common ingredient – a high-quality cannabis concentrate. Keep in mind the potency of your product – cannabis concentrates have much higher THC levels than dried flowers, so if you are afraid to go overboard, you can ease in with CBD or Delta 8 THC isolates. Extracts come in varying consistencies. Some are softer – budder, crumble, or wax, while others are harder, like shatter or diamonds. Regardless of what texture you prefer and which product you choose, ensure to buy from a reputable and licensed dispensary and check third-party lab test reports confirming the purity and potency of the product.

 

Using a Standard Dab Rig

Unquestionably, the most common dabbing method is using a dab rig, which is very similar to a bong but is meant to be used with concentrates, not a dried flower. It consists of a water chamber, a nail for heating the concentrate, a dome – a cover trapping the vapor over the nail, and a mouthpiece to inhale.

Dabbing using a dab rig is relatively straightforward. All you need to do is to heat the nail to create a hot surface, so the concentrate turns into a vapor when placed on the nail.

 

Standard Dabbing Method

There are two ways to use standard dab rigs – standard and reverse dabbing. In the standard method, you’ll first heat your nail until it reaches the desired temperature, and then you place the concentrate on it, cover it with a dome, and begin inhaling.

 

Reverse Dabbing

As the name suggests, reverse dabbing requires the opposite of the standard method. First, you place the concentrate on a cold nail; then, you heat the nail and start inhaling. The primary goal of the technique is to protect cannabis compounds like terpenes from degrading. A study on the degradation of terpenes while dabbing found that terpenes myrcene, limonene, linalool degraded when placed on a hot surface and didn’t make their way to smoke. Although there’s no evidence reverse dabbing preserves terpenes from degrading, it might help do so.

 

Using an Electric Dab Rig

Unlike a standard dab rig, an electric dab rig uses electricity to heat the nail, so you won’t have to heat it manually. Another advantage of the electric nail is that it allows you to control the temperature, which like reverse dabbing, could help prevent terpenes from degrading.

 

TWax

Twaxing is popular amongst consumers who want to experience a more potent high from smoking joints. The process involves adding a bit of concentrate to the inside, outside, or the joint’s tip. It’s best to use thicker concentrates for this matter, such as budder or wax.

 

Vaping

Vaping is amongst the easiest dabbing methods. All you need is a DAB pen – vape pens designed for concentrates rather than e-liquid. DAB pens are similar to regular vaporizers and consist of a heating component, a battery, and a mouthpiece for inhaling. The difference is that standard vape pens use cartridges – devices pre-loaded with liquid, while DAB pens allow you to place your concentrate right on the heating chamber. DAB pens are easy to use on the go and are widely available online or at local headshops.

 

Healthstone

The Healthstone vapor nail system is perhaps the most innovative method for dabbing. This carbon-stone patty has very low heat retention allowing you to dab slowly, and because it consists only of carbon, no chemicals or gasses are released in the process. Comprised of an inert material, Healthstone enables consumers to enjoy the flavors of their concentrates. Healthstone fits inside a vapor slide bowl that you place your dabs onto before heating it.

 

Hot-Knife Method

If you have no equipment on hand but have your concentrate ready to smoke, the hot-knife method is just another way to dab without any device or dab rig. You’ll need a metal butter knife to heat up on the stove or use a torch lighter for this method. Drop your dab on the hot knife and inhale the smoke through the straw. Although easy, the hot-knife method is the least sophisticated of all techniques and involves a lot of waste of smoke. It’s best to use if you have nothing else on hand but a metal knife and cannabis concentrate, but it’s even better to prepare ahead and invest in proper equipment.

 

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THC-O Gummies vs vapes

Hemp-derived ingredients have gained immense popularity, and chances are you have already tried one of the trending products, whether it’s CBD, Delta 8 THC, CBG, or HHC.

Getting started with the new compound raises many questions. One of the primary ones is ‘how much should I take?’ Therefore, you might already be familiar with dosing the aforementioned famous cannabinoids and probably have already established your ideal daily dosage for each. However, the hemp industry keeps growing, and as the interest in new cannabinoids is increasing, recently, a new cannabinoid emerged on the scene – THC-O.

Even though you may already have tried different cannabinoids, THC-O is entirely different from anything you have tried before. It also requires a different approach in dosing than any other hemp-derived compound. That’s because THC-O is not similar to any cannabinoids you have tried before and also because it can be considerably stronger for some users, than Delta 9 THC in marijuana and requires more caution in terms of dosing not to go overboard.

The famous types of THC-O products currently consist of gummies and vape carts, and because these two types offer different consumption methods, they also require a different approach in terms of dosing. The new hemp-derived compound even gained a nickname – the psychedelic cannabinoid, so it’s not surprising you want to find a safe amount to begin consuming THC-O. This article will guide you to determine the proper amount of the product to drive desired effects from THC-O.

What is THC-O?

It’s not been a long time since many consumers were asking the same question about Delta 8 THC, but because people want to explore more about legal hemp and its compounds, more THC variations have begun to appear on the market.

THC-O is a synthetic cannabinoid, a rising star on the hemp-derived market. Although lab-made, it’s an analog of THC with an almost identical chemical structure as the latter.

Unlike Delta 9 THC in marijuana, THC-O derives from the federally legal cannabis plant – hemp and undergoes a series of advanced extraction and production steps.

The process begins with extracting cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp, followed by converting it to Delta 8 THC and using organic solvent acetic anhydride to produce THC-O from Delta 8 THC molecules. The process results in three times more potent hemp-derived compound – THC-O, than the psychoactive Delta 9 THC.

In terms of its effects., THC-O produces similar outcomes as Delta 9 THC, only stronger, but the results you experience will depend on two factors: The product you choose and the amount you consume.

 

THC-O Potency VS. THC-O Dosage

Regardless of which product type you choose – THC-O vape cart or THC-O gummies, they will come in varying potencies, meaning they will differ in the amount of THC-O they contain. The potency is crucial for determining the amount of the product to consume.

For example, each gummy piece may feature 10mg of THC-O, and if your targeted dose is 20mg, you can safely consume two gummies. If each gummy features 20mg THC-O, consuming two in one sitting will be too much.

On the other hand, THC-O dosage is how much of the product you consume, whether it’s gummy or vape cart. So the dosage multiplied by the product’s potency is the consumed amount of THC-O.

Gummies vs. Vape Carts

One of the crucial factors to consider when determining how much of the product you should consume is the product type you choose. For example, gummies have much lower absorption rates because they first need to go to the digestive tract and liver and then to your bloodstream to deliver effects. In contrast, THC-O vape carts are much more bioavailable, as THC-O, through inhalation, makes a shortcut to the bloodstream; hence, less is lost on the way.

One more aspect to consider is the time it takes these two product types to provide results. Because THC-O gummies first need to travel to your digestive tract, their effects will be delayed and may take up to an hour, depending on your metabolism. That’s why it’s crucial not to consume more to boost the product’s effects until you wait for at least an hour for your body to absorb the compound. On the contrary, vape carts kick in much faster than gummies and might take effect anywhere between 15-30 minutes.

 

Recommended THC-O Doses For Beginners

When you first consume a new cannabinoid, you don’t know how it affects your body or how much you need to see the desired results. That’s why we always recommend starting with small doses, but with THC-O, we advise taking even more caution.

  • The recommended dose for beginners (low tolerance) is between 3mg-10mg per use
  • 2nd THC-O dosage tier (medium tolerance) is 10mg-25mg per consumption
  • 3rd THC-O dosage tier (high tolerance) is anything between 25 to 50mg and above

As discussed above, how much of the product you should consume depends on its potency, and when consuming THC-O gummies, wait for at least an hour to start experiencing the results. As for the THC-O vape cart, we suggest taking a single puff and waiting 15-30 minutes before taking another one.

 

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Terpenes

Every new year comes with growth and change, so in 2022 you probably want to learn more about cannabis and hemp-derived products, so you can make more informed decisions and reap all the benefits the hemp plant has to offer. Whether CBD, Delta 8 THC, or any other hemp derivatives, there’s way more to them than only the active ingredient, regardless of which products you consume.

 

What are Terpenes?

If you ever smelled any cannabis strain and noticed its distinct aroma, then you already have experienced the effect of terpenes – organic aromatic compounds in nearly all plants and even in animals. Although once, many believed the primary function of terpenes was giving scents to plants that would defend them from predators, the aroma turns out to be just the tip of the iceberg, and they have various benefits of their own.

 

Do Cannabis Plants Have Terpenes?

The cannabis plant, like almost any other plant found in nature, contains terpenes that play a crucial role in its growth and survival. Besides, they account for varying flavors and aromas across different strains. For example, terpenes are why OG Kush smells like pine trees and has an earthy taste, or Sour Diesel has a sour and citrusy flavor.

As already mentioned above, the effects of terpenes go way beyond pleasing our taste buds or providing an aromatic experience but have a significant impact on the outcomes each strain produces. This article will discuss the benefits of humulene – one of the most common terpenes in cannabis plants.

 

What is Humulene?

Humulene, the characteristic terpene of the hop, was first discovered in the essential oils of the latter. If you love beer, humulene is the primary reason it has woody and spicy flavors, and probably, you have already experienced its effects from the various cannabis strains. Although common to cannabis and existing nearly in all strains, humulene can also be found in many plants, herbs, and spices, responsible for their distinct aroma and flavors, including sage, ginseng, basil, clove, black pepper, and coriander.

Humulene, also known as a-caryophyllene, was named after Humulus lupus – the hop plant. Although the terpene shares the same chemical formula as β-caryophyllene, they differ in structure but usually exist together in many plants, such as basil, clove, and sage. Most cannabis varieties have high levels of humulene, especially Sativa strains. Humulene is amongst core cannabis terpenes, with others being myrcene, terpinolene, limonene, pinene, and geraniol. Humulene’s aroma is earthy and woody, with spicy and herbal notes.

 

Benefits of Humulene

Many researchers have already investigated the effects of humulene on the human body. Studies on humulene indicate that it possesses both topical and systemic anti-inflammatory properties. Humulene might also be an effective analgesic when consumed orally, taken by aerosol, or applied topically.

Humulene is probably one of the most researched terpenes. As a result, the medical community keeps investigating its therapeutic properties—a study in 2007 evaluated anti-inflammatory properties of humulene isolated from Cordia Verbenaceae’s essential oil. The authors compared its effects to dexamethasone, a corticosteroid. The study concluded that alpha-humulene from the essential oil of C. Verbenaceae might represent important tools for the management or treatment of inflammatory diseases.

Humulene is also beneficial to the cannabis plant. Before harvest, it plays a crucial role in its life cycle by defending cannabis plants from infectious germs, fungi, or bacteria.

 

The Entourage Effect

Terpenes like humulene play a crucial role in the Entourage Effect. The entourage effect theory suggests that terpenes are essential for better absorption of cannabinoids and when they work synergistically with other compounds, consumers experience boosted effects. Isolated CBD or any THC variation wouldn’t have the same effect if there were no terpenes in the product. Terpenes like humulene help your body better absorb and experience the effects of cannabinoids.

 

Cannabis Strains With Humulene

After what you’ve learned, now you probably want to know which strains are rich in this terpene so you can experience its effects on your own. Humulene dominant Cannabis strains to try for this matter include:

 

Wedding Cake

This hybrid Indica-dominant cannabis strain may not taste like an actual cake. Still, its vanilla smell and rich flavors that combine earthy, nutty, sweet, sour, and vanilla tastes provide an equally pleasing experience. Most importantly, the strain is rich in humulene along with limonene and caryophyllene. As a result, wedding cake offers a more relaxing effect.

 

Girl Scout Cookies (GSC)

Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) offers a flavorful and relaxing experience. It’s an Indica-dominant hybrid strain with parent strains being OG Kush and Durban Poison. Its flavor and aroma combine sweet and earthy tones, similar to OG Kush but slightly sweeter.

 

Gelato

Gelato is rich in Beta-Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Limonene, and Humulene. When searching for a sweet, flavorful, and relaxing cannabis strain to smoke, it’s a great strain to choose.

 

Bubba Kush

If you are searching for a delicious smoke rich in flavor combining earthy and nutty tastes with sweet hints of chocolate and coffee, bubba kush is a must-try. In addition, Bubba Kush produces soothing effects throughout the body, so it’s a perfect strain choice when you are looking for a relaxing experience or strain with sedative effects.

 

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Cannabis and alcohol

A fun night out has a different meaning for everyone. For some, it’s smoking cannabis, yet for others, it’s drinking alcohol. But what about being drunk and high simultaneously? Mixing these two substances is not unheard of, and it has its own term — crossfading. Although the term can also describe mixing any other substances, it most often refers to using alcohol and cannabis together to get drunk and high at the same time.

Because many U.S. states have already legalized recreational marijuana use, and now 44% of the U.S. population can consume weed just for fun, the likelihood of more people crossfading these two substances has also increased. In addition, products like Delta 8 THC, THC-O, and HHC are federally legal, though their legality varies by state, increasing Americans’ access to cannabis products significantly.

Although alcohol and cannabis work differently, they have the same target – the reward system in the brain. Both substances increase dopamine release in the brain, producing euphoric feelings. Does mixing these two mean a more pleasurable experience? Unfortunately, it’s not always the case. If you wonder whether combining these two is safe, it depends on numerous factors, depending on the dosage, frequency of crossfading, and most importantly, in what order you use these two substances.

 

Drinking Alcohol Before Consuming THC

Ethanol, the active ingredient in alcohol, increases THC absorption in humans — the primary psychoactive compound in marijuana. Therefore, drinking alcohol before smoking weed will amplify the latter’s effects. Although it means a more potent high, it doesn’t always mean a better high.

The outcomes this duo will drive will also depend on the potency of the cannabis strain (% of THC). However, the amount of alcohol you consume will not significantly change the outcomes – according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC),Any dose of alcohol combined with cannabis significantly increases levels of THC in blood.”

For some, the combination may result in a pleasurable experience, but others may experience green out — a set of unpleasant physical and cognitive symptoms which include:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Anxiety
  • And sometimes panic due to experiencing the above-listed symptoms.

Which cannabinoid you use can also influence your reaction. For example, Delta 8 THC is less likely to cause these side effects. That’s because it is less psychoactive than Delta 9 THC.

Be Aware of Possible Unwanted Symptoms

Consuming alcohol before cannabis can boost the effects of THC. It may sound like a massive advantage of the combo for seasoned consumers, but if you are sensitive to marijuana or have yet to try crossfading, proceed with caution and limit the dosage of cannabis you consume after drinking alcohol. Because alcohol increases THC absorption, you should consume less cannabis after drinking alcohol to get the same results you usually experience with cannabis.

 

Consuming THC Before Drinking Alcohol

The research around the effects of using THC before alcohol is limited. One study in 1992 showed that cannabis might slow down the rise of blood alcohol levels. Although it may sound like a good thing, it’s not exactly the case. If cannabis slows down blood alcohol levels, it can reduce or delay the sensation of being drunk, leading to increased alcohol consumption.

If the study findings are accurate, consuming cannabis before drinking alcohol may increase the likelihood of alcohol poisoning – which can cause serious health problems, including death.

 

Risks

Although it might sound like a fun party, crossfading may lead to unwanted severe consequences and symptoms.

National Alcohol Survey found that frequent crossfading of alcohol and cannabis increased the quantity and frequency of alcohol use. Crossfading also resulted in more severe outcomes than drinking only alcohol. For example, crossfading nearly doubled the odds of drunk driving, social consequences, and self-harm.

The study also found those who used both alcohol and cannabis were more likely to drive unsafely than those who used these substances separately. In addition, those who crossfaded alcohol and marijuana were more likely to do so in a bar or party context, increasing the odds of them having to drive somewhere afterward.

One of the most significant risks of using cannabis and alcohol simultaneously is the increased degree of impairment than using either substance separately. When you crossfade alcohol and cannabis, you increase the chances of “greening out,” which comes with many unwanted symptoms.

Even though people might want to combine alcohol and cannabis for enhanced pleasure or experience a more intense high, it can cause severe unwanted consequences and increase the likelihood of experiencing both substances’ side effects.

Greater Degree of Altered Judgement

Alcohol and THC can cause altered judgment. When combined, these effects can intensify and lead to increased chances of engaging in risky behaviors, making snap judgments, and even the likelihood of having unprotected sex.

 

Increased Alcohol Consumption

As mentioned above, if THC consumption precedes alcohol consumption, it might delay feeling drunk, leading to higher alcohol consumption and increased risk of alcohol poisoning.

 

Dependency

A 2017 review suggests that people who crossfade alcohol and THC consume more of both drugs than what they would consume separately. This increased consumption of these two substances may increase the risk of developing dependence on either substances or both together. In addition, a 2019 study published in Substance Use & Misuse found that college students who frequently crossfaded had an increased risk for heavier drug use.

 

Decreased cognitive function

A study from 2011 studied the effects of cognitive function of heavy marijuana users who had consumed alcohol.

Alcohol alone had a more significant impact on cognitive functioning than THC, but these two substances were more detrimental than alcohol when combined. Although long-term use of alcohol and THC needs to be further investigated, combining these two will likely help negatively impact cognitive functioning in the long run.

 

Dehydration

Alcohol can cause dehydration by promoting urine production. Although there is no evidence THC has any similar effect, because you’ll be more likely to consume more alcohol when crossfading, you will be at higher risk of being dehydrated. As a result, you will lose more fluid than you take in and experience symptoms such as dizziness, dry mouth, and fatigue. Therefore, always remember to drink enough water every time you drink alcohol, especially after consuming THC.

 

Takeaway

Mixing alcohol and THC might sound harmless, but by doing so, you take the risk of experiencing various unwanted consequences and side effects, that in the long term, can affect every aspect of your life, including health, relationships, or job performance.

If you still want to combine these two and experience effects of both substances simultaneously, choose strains with low THC levels, and control how much of each substance you consume, especially if it’s your first-time crossfading.

Gifts for Stoners

As the holiday season just ended, you probably have already got one or two gifts for your loved one, and now you might be searching for a creative present for Valentine’s Day that will be unlike any other you gifted on holidays.

Valentine’s Day is a once in a year opportunity to show your better half how much they mean to you, and DIY gifts are the best for the occasion. They will let your partner know how much you care, and besides, DIY gifts are one of a kind and personal to your loved one, so without a doubt, you are starting on the right track by deciding to make something with your own hands.

Now that you set a course for valentine’s day gift, it’s time to decide what to craft. Not many people are lucky to have a stoner soulmate, and if the love of cannabis is something you and your partner have in common, there’ll be no better gift than one made uniquely for a stoner, and you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll provide you with some of the most creative ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts for stoners.

 

Hand-Painted Bong

Buying a bong won’t require more than a trip to the nearest head shop or even grabbing one you already own. On the next step, you’ll need to make a stop at the art supply store or order acrylic paints and brushes online. Then, pick the colors according to what you plan to paint on the bong.

Try making a small sketch of your painting or to see how it’ll look on the bong. Your painting idea can derive from any personal memory you share with your partner, something they love, your pet, or anything cannabis-related. Remember, you don’t have to be a skilled painter to make a hand-painted bong. Even if it doesn’t turn out to be a masterpiece, even an abstract painting on the bong will transform its appearance and make it unique.

The first step you’ll need to take before starting to paint on the bong is to clean the glass and avoid touching the surface where you plan to paint. Load your brush with the paint on the next step and get your creative juices flowing! Remember to clean your brush when switching between different colors.

 

Hand-Painted Stoner T-Shirt

If a bong isn’t your partner’s thing, and they prefer joints or blunts, there’s another way to use paint, and that’s painting a t-shirt with a custom cannabis-related design.

That’s an excellent way to turn a basic or boring t-shirt into a creative and beautiful Valentine’s gift. The design you choose can be as simple as a cannabis leaf, a hand letter, or something more complex – whatever your painting skills allow.

You can safely use acrylic paints on t-shirts, but you will need to mix them with textile medium to make them suitable for the fabric. You’ll need one tablespoon of textile medium for every tablespoon of acrylic paint (1:1 ratio when mixing). Alternatively, you can use textile paints but ensure to heat-set them using a hot iron before gifting the t-shirt to your partner (so they don’t wash out). You can also use fabric spray paint to make something in a tie-dye style or make a fabric cannabis-related stencil on a t-shirt.

 

Make Cannabis Cheesecake

Nothing is more romantic than preparing a stoner’s cake on Valentine’s Day, and cheesecake is one of the easiest and the most delicious cakes you can make. All you need to do is use a standard cheesecake recipe and twist things around. For instance, the traditional recipe uses butter for the crust, and you can use cannabutter instead. The same goes for the filling – use cannabutter here too. You can also use a tincture on top of that to make the cake more potent. For more, follow the easy weed cheesecake recipe on Stoner’s Cookbook. For flower, tinctures, or other ingredients, remember to check out our shop!

 

Chocolate Box With Cannabis Buds

If your partner loves cannabis, then it goes without saying cannabis itself is a wonderful present on Valentine’s Day. If this is a passion you share, you can both use it to enjoy the celebration. However, cannabis in a Ziploc bag does not look romantic, but a chocolate box (especially heart-shaped) with cannabis buds does, and it’s one of the simplest gifts to make. All you need to do is buy a box of chocolate, indulge in chocolate, and replace them with cannabis nugs. Then, put the lid back on, and see how your partner reacts when they find out it’s not just another chocolate box you gifted to them.

 

DIY Candy Bouquet

When you plan to spend your valentines getting high with your beloved one, you also want to be prepared when munchies strike.

If your partner has a sweet tooth, then they will be thrilled to receive your DIY Candy bouquet that is both impressive and delicious. Luckily, making a DIY candy bouquet is simple; you only need to pick the ingredients carefully. Many choose chocolate bars when creating a bouquet, but you can get more creative and use gummy bears, hard candy, jelly beans, or any sweets your partner likes.

You’ll need:

  • Candy
  • A vase or basket to hold the candy
  • String or ribbon to hold candy together
  • Craft paper or a wrapping paper
  • Flowers like roses, purple orchids, or anything you prefer to make your candy bouquet make look like a real one

Arrange the candy on a craft or wrap paper accordingly so that there’s a variety of them and not one type stacked together. Next, put them in the vase or basket and add flowers so your bouquet doesn’t look like an ordinary bag of candy. Next, cut a piece of ribbon or a string and wrap it around the candy and flowers to hold them together, and on the final step, add a gift card – and now you have a gift to impress your loved one and snacks to enjoy with them.

If you really want to level up your gift, include your loved one’s favorite edibles in the bouquet. Just make sure they know which ones will get them buzzed!

 

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