Dabbing is the ‘flash vaporization’ of cannabis concentrates i.e. CBD isolate. One dabs by using a dabbing rig to expose the isolate to very high temperatures and inhaling the vapour that is produced.
The only difference between CBD isolate slabs / shatter and CBD powder is the structure of the isolate. It has the same medicinal qualities, absorption rates and effect.However, if you’re planning to do anything with the isolate other than absorb is sublingually (under tongue) or ingest it, you may be better off with one from over the other:
These use cases are further discussed below.
Topical cream – (Medium level difficulty)
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It’s not a method recommended for first time CBD users.
Dabbing is one of the most effective ways of taking CBD and provides immediate relief. The drawback of dabbing is that it’s an involved process that requires investment in equipment. Dabbing rigs start at $50.00 and can be priced into the hundreds.
Cannabidiol (CBD) isolate, aka CBD crystal, slab or shatter, is the most pure form of CBD you can buy. The CBD molecule is isolated and extracted from hemp buds from the cannabis plant and sold as a white crystal or powder. CBD isolate is THC free, cheaper than other CBD products and can be used a number of different ways.
We have created a step-by-step guide for when you try to mix CBD crystal with your favourite e-liquid;
Here are a few tips when mixing:
Here are a few examples of the ratios you would get when mixing crystals:
The calculation is pretty simple, amount of mg in CBD divided by the amount of liquid mixed with equals to CBD mg per ml.
CBD crystals are CBD in its purest form, most containing 0% THC. For mixing crystals, it all depends on what you want the mg per ml to be. CBD crystals can be used in many ways whether it’s mixing with your favourite e-liquid or adding some with your favourite food, you can even sprinkle it in your beverage such as tea or coffee.