Trying Concentrates

Nevada Made Marijuana concentrates are becoming increasingly popular among both medicinal and recreational users due to their potency and versatility. These concentrates are essentially the distilled forms of cannabis, offering a higher concentration of cannabinoids and terpenes compared to traditional flower. This results in more intense effects, which can be beneficial for those seeking stronger relief from symptoms such as pain, anxiety, or insomnia. Additionally, concentrates offer a cleaner experience as they typically contain fewer plant materials and impurities.

Using cannabis concentrates requires some understanding as their potency demands respect and careful dosing. The most common method of consumption is through a process known as “dabbing.” This involves heating a small amount of concentrate on a hot surface, usually a nail or banger attached to a dab rig, and then inhaling the vapor. Dabbing provides immediate and potent effects, making it important to start with a very small amount, especially for beginners. Temperature control is crucial in dabbing; too high temperatures can lead to harsher inhalation and a burnt flavor, while too low temperatures might not fully vaporize the concentrate.

Apart from dabbing, there are other ways to consume cannabis concentrates. Vape pens specifically designed for concentrates offer a more discreet and convenient method. Simply load the concentrate into the chamber of the pen, and it’s ready for use. Additionally, some concentrates can be mixed with flower in a joint or bowl to enhance the effects. Edible forms of concentrates, like tinctures and oils, can be taken orally or added to food and beverages. It’s important to remember that the effects of edible concentrates take longer to manifest and can last longer than inhaled forms. As with any cannabis product, starting with a low dose and going slow is key to finding the most comfortable and beneficial experience. We have a large variety of very popular concentrates you can shop in store or order online. Click here to see our current inventory.