Do do do do do do do. Dabs, dabs, and more dabs. We’re talking about the latest trend in marijuana consumption: concentrates known as “dabbing.” They’ve become all the rage among this generation of cannabis users who are looking for an intense high that comes on much quicker than smoking a joint or using a bong. The problem is, these concentrated oils contain up to 80% THC content (compared to 20-25% when smoked). This means that it takes very little dabbing before someone can get way too high and lose control of their mind and body. In this blog post we’ll be discussing 10 reasons why you should avoid do-dabs altogether!
But do do do do do do do. Dabs, dabs, and more dabs. We’re talking about the latest trend in marijuana consumption: concentrates known as “dabbing.” They’ve become all the rage among this generation of cannabis users who are looking for an intense high that comes on much quicker than smoking a joint or using a bong. The problem is, these concentrated oils contain up to 80% THC content (compared to 20-25% when smoked). This means that it takes very little dabbing before someone can get way too high and lose control of their mind and body. In this blog post we’ll be discussing ten reasons why you should avoid do-dabs altogether!
Chapter One: do do do do do
Chapter Two: Dangers of Do-Dabs
There are many reasons why you should avoid do-dabs altogether. Read the ten reasons below to see if any apply to you!
Beware, they’ll make you slow and dumb in no time flat. Here are our top ten list of compelling arguments against these concentrated oils that will have you running for the hills (from dabs)!
Here’s a clip from an article by Hank Shaw at The Cannabist where he discusses some major problems with concentrates as well as their lack of regulation when compared to other marijuana products such as flower or edibles: “The main problem is that it can take very little concentrate before someone can no longer do anything. I’ve known people who eat a canna-butter cookie that has the equivalent of one bowl hit worth and they become so high, or even psychotic.”
Chapter Three: Conclusion
Do do do do do do! Do dabs smell? No doubt about it—they certainly do emit an odor not unlike burning plastic (or some other toxic substance). That is if you smoke them in public, which we don’t recommend for obvious reasons. Remember to avoid these concentrated oils at all costs! Don’t get caught up in this latest trend only to find out later on down the line that you’ve been partying too hard because of your addiction. Be safe and enjoy cannabis responsibly by avoiding concentrates like do do do do!
Chapter Four: Dangers of Do-Dabs
Do do do dabs smell? Definitely. Smoking concentrates is a serious health risk, especially if you’re inhaling carcinogens. It’s important to know that the risks associated with cannabis are even higher when smoking concentrated oils due to the increased concentration at which THC and other cannabinoids can be found in these substances. Some studies have shown that people who smoke do do dabs while pregnant or breastfeeding produce offspring more likely to have issues like decreased IQs, lower academic performance, behavioral problems etc… In addition to this upping your family’s chance for addiction and substance abuse as children (and adults) it’s also been found by some researchers that do do do dabs can cause respiratory issues, cardiovascular complications and cancer.
– do do do dab smell bad
In a study of 19 adolescent males who had been smoking marijuana concentrates for at least six months (but had never used any other illicit substances), researchers observed that “all participants reported consequences related to persistent cough as well as more than one chronic pulmonary symptom.” The authors go on to point out the need for further research into identifying potential causes, but there are some signs pointing towards possible carcinogenic compounds found in these products such as benzene or naphthalene.
– do does not get me high like weed dose?
Another study observed that do do do dabs had a strong correlation with heart complications. The authors write, “It is not clear whether this association is causal; however, the results suggest an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.”
– do does make me cough?
This particular finding was in line with previous research which found high blood pressure and irregular heartbeat rates among those who used these products for six months or more as well as a higher prevalence of symptoms like chest pain and palpitations. Though there are some limitations to the methods employed – namely they didn’t contain measurements of cannabis use by participants outside the context of concentrates consumption – it’s still worth noting potential health risks associated with do do do dabbing.
– do do do dabbing
Do do do dabs smell? Yes, they just don’t always smell the way you might like them to. And this is one of the reasons why you should avoid do-dabs. The authors write: “another study found that when participants were exposed to cannabis smoke from a joint or bong for four minutes and again after 24 hours with no further exposure, there was evidence of significant damage in their lung function.”
– do do does make me cough?
Another reason not to use these products is because it’s been shown through both animal studies and human research that concentrates have higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than flower – meaning your tolerance will go up quickly.
– do do do does make me cough?
And the last major reason not to dab is because concentrates are super expensive – often more than $50 for one gram, and you’re going to need a lot of them in order to get high. This means that it’s very easy for your finances to be drained quickly without any enjoyment from using the product!
– well I don’t want my lungs messed up or money running out so yea we’ll just have some edibles instead this time around hahaha bye🙂😉👋😀☺️
– what do do dabs smell like 🤔 they sound really cool though 😎 if only they weren’t illegal lol then I know