CBD Dabs explained

What are CBD dabs?

Vaporizing cannabis concentrates, a process known as dabbing, has been really booming in popularity among cannabis enthusiasts recently. Dabbing is an extremely effective delivery system for THC in newly legal states, so naturally it can be utilized as an excellent way to administer CBD as well but CBD is legal in 50 states, THC is not legal and you should understand your state laws. Missouri and Kansas consider THC levels .3 or below legal. If you have any products above this level without a medical card you are in danger of legal issues. Everyone needs to understand this legal part of this new law and respect to this law is respect to all the people that benefit with real medical issues.

Recently we have seen a new trend in CBD dabs, or in other words, cannabis concentrates extracted from non-psychoactive hemp in the form of wax, crystals and shatter. Dabbing CBD is a quick and effective way to get your daily dose of cannabidiol. No, it will NOT get you high, no matter how much you take, since it contains no THC, yet there are still many medicinal benefits.

CBD dabs are taken in the same manner as regular dabs, by way of a bong, also called a dab rig. CBD dabs can also be used with an e-rig, wax atomizer or with a regular vape pen for concentrates. Believe it or not, many of these CBD concentrates can also be taken sublingually.

Pros of dabbing CBD

  • Fast and effective delivery system for cannabidiol
  • Less plant matter to inhale
  • Terpene-rich flavor
  • Discrete (when used in a vape pen)
  • Can be taken sublingually

Cons of dabbing CBD

  • Looks suspect (especially when using a dab rig)
  • Pricey
  • Can get messy/sticky (unless using crumble)