While the recreational use of cannabis based extracts like rosin and shatter is increasing, there is also an increment in the use of medical extracts, mostly CBD based that can help medical patients with large doses of CBD that is smoked with a pipe or a dab rig. Since dabs require to be smoked at high temperatures, these smoking utensils are required.
Concentrates are not the same as e-liquids and are not compatible with all vaporisers, unless they heat over 220°. The other concentrate available from CBD are 99% crystal isolate which is practically as pure as CBD extracts can get. The most common ways of consuming these extracts are smoked so they are not too recommendable for lung cancer patients or patients that have trouble breathing, nor are they suitable for pets.
When it comes to smoking CBD, we do not recommend smoking edible CBD oil since the olive oil or the hemp seed oil combustion will cause an unpleasant flavor and may be harmful when inhaled. Dabs and other Cannabidiol extracts are done with CO2 extraction methods, which assures superior purity and quality.
Every gram of extract contains between 43% to +99% depending on the purity and extraction method. Scientific studies have established that synthetic, single-molecule CBD has a very narrow therapeutic window and requires precise, high doses for efficacy, whereas lower dose, whole-plant, CBD-rich treatment regimens are already showing efficacy for many conditions among patients in medical marijuana states.