Which Type Of Concentrate Should You Be Dabbing On?

Having a tough time deciding on which type of concentrates or extracts you want to dab on? Take this quiz to find out!

High Times Magazine
On May 25, 2016

Do you enjoy the taste of smoking raw cannabis?

Do you mind pressing your herb and hash with a hair straightener to turn it into oil?

Do you prefer to take dabs on a nail or smoke a bowl laced with hash?

Do you prefer to consume cannabis with vaporizers or rigs?

Is it hard for you to keep your hash refrigerated?

Does cleaning your nail get on your nerves?

Are you ready to throw a screen on top of your nail?

Have you ever tried solventless hash?

Full Melt

Full Melt

You got full melt bubble hash, which is made with water and micron bags so that different size resin heads can be collected. Although it passes through water, both the taste and effect from full melt is preferred by most over the other options.

Dry Sift

Dry Sift

You got dry sift, which is made by bouncing buds over different size micron screens. Press some resin heads with your fingers and get blown away by a fat dab of dry sift.

Rosin

Rosin

You got rosin, which is accessible to anyone with a hair straightener and quality dry herb. It's time to get pressing!

Butane Hash Oil

Butane Hash Oil

You got Butane Hash Oil (BHO) which which is made by passing butane through raw cannabis and then purging the solvent out of the final product. The terpene representation is so on point that you might not want to dab anything else.

CO2 Hash Oil

CO2 Hash Oil

You got CO2 Hash Oil, which is made using a device like the Critical Extraction machine. CO2 is great for stuffing vaporizer cartridges or taking dabs on a rig with, so your options are open to whatever you have laying around.