How To Smoke Cannabis Rosin

So, how do you smoke cannabis rosin or any other cannabis concentrates? There are many methods of consuming rosin, shatter, wax, sugar, live resin, and other forms of concentrates. Let us explore how other people are smoking these types of concentrates.

How to smoke cannabis rosin -dabs -vapes With concentrates becoming more and more popular as legalization is passing worldwide, there are still a lot of unanswered questions to the normal consumer. When most people think of cannabis, they think either smoking cannabis flower or eating a brownie. Smoking cannabis concentrates is a relatively new thing. Let’s dive into the different ways to smoke concentrates.

1. Oil Rig or Dab Rig

These can be purchased at any local headshop or many online shops. Oil Rigs or better known as “Dab Rigs” are usually made from glass and require a blow torch. They work just like a normal “Bong” or Glass pipe, however, the traditional “Bowl” is replaced with a special tool called a “Banger”. This get’s heated up with a blow torch and then the Cannabis concentrates are put into the Banger. This will vaporize the concentrate into smoke.

2. Vaporizer

Cannabis Concentrate vaporizers are one of the most popular forms of consuming extracts. This is because it’s more convenient and less messy. With 100s of vaporizers on the market, it can be hard to find the right one for you. So, how do they work? It’s simple. Most cannabis vaporizers have a “Coil” that heats up the concentrates. You put the extract in the coil area, put the lid on, press the button to heat up the coil, and smoke. We recommend choosing a vaporizer with a nice coil, plenty of battery life, and easy to replace parts.

2. “Twaxing”

What is “Twaxing” a joint? This is the method of wrapping a joint or blunt with your concentrate. You could also put the concentrate on the inside of the joint. 

Some people will take it a step further by Twaxing a joint and then rolling their waxed joint in more cannabis concentrates. Be careful though! This is not for lightweights. 

Not only do twaxed joints last forever, they look really good in photos. 

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