How To Heat Up A Quartz Banger To The Correct Temperature For The Best Dab, Every Time.


Dabs: Not As Simple As A Hot Banger There's a lot of inconsistency in advice across the board when it comes to best practices for temper...

Dabs: Not As Simple As A Hot Banger

There's a lot of inconsistency in advice across the board when it comes to best practices for temperatures to take a dab at. Understandably, there's not a plethora of info that makes getting into concentrates easy, and without fear of getting too high or wasting their product. People say things ranging from "Just let it cool off a bit." to "I wouldn't hit anything above 520 degrees", the advice coming from personal experience or one-off info cobbled together from other misled concentrate enthusiasts. 

Some of it, rightfully given: taking an overly hot dab can be a transcendental experience in the worst kind of way. The coughing fit that will rack your body after an accidental 900 degree hit will certainly leave you believing in religion if you didn't previously. 

For that reason, let's talk about the different ranges of temperature, what they provide, and why it matters to you! 

Terps: What Makes Your Dab Taste Like That?

Cannabis terpenes are compounds found in cannabis plants that are responsible for the plant's aroma and flavor. 

They are similar to the terpenes found in other plants, but the ones found in cannabis tend to be more diverse and complex. Terpenes are often associated with specific effects, such as relaxation or alertness. For example, the terpene myrcene is known for its calming effects, while limonene is associated with a more energetic feeling. In addition to affecting the taste and smell of cannabis, terpenes can also interact with cannabinoids like THC and CBD to create unique effects. This phenomenon is known as the "entourage effect", and it is believed to contribute to the overall therapeutic benefits of cannabis. By understanding the different terpenes found in cannabis, users can gain a better understanding of how different strains may affect them.

Many cannabis connoisseurs and budtenders say that consumers place far too much emphasis on THC content when choosing what to smoke, rather than looking at the much more important overall profile of the strain. Temperature control is important for getting the most out of your concentrates. Lower temperatures will produce a more flavorful hit that preserves the terpene profile of your concentrate. Higher temperatures will produce a more potent hit with a harsh flavor. 

On To The Temperatures:

When using cannabis oil, it is important to note that it has a lower boiling point than other concentrates, so it should be vaped at a lower temperature (between 250°F and 350°F). Low-THC concentrates, such as distillates, should be vaped at even lower temperatures (between 200°F and 300°F). It's good to keep in mind that the temperature you vaporize your concentrate at will have an effect on its flavor and effects, so it is worth experimenting in this low temp range to find the perfect temperature for you.

Cannabis concentrates come in many different forms, and each of these forms requires a specific temperature to vaporize properly. Shatter, wax, and other high-THC concentrates should be vaped at temperatures between 300°F and 410°F. This range allows for the best flavor and maximizes the production of cannabinoids and terpenes. 

Generally speaking, most people find that temperatures between 350°F and 450°F will produce the best results. 350°F will produce a milder dab with more flavor, while 450°F will produce a stronger dab with less flavor. Of course, different people have different preferences, so experiment with different temperatures to find your ideal range. With a little practice, you'll soon be able to dial in the perfect temperature for your dabbing session.

I won't pretend like I typically take my dabs at these temperatures; plain and simple, I like it when mine hurt. I tend to hover my concentrate temperature closer to the 600-650 degree side, and in kind, I tend to use a lot more "diamond" concentrates, or heavier globs of wax. The extra heat is (sometimes) necessary for a good and proper melt.



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How To Heat Up A Quartz Banger To The Correct Temperature For The Best Dab, Every Time.
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