Medical experts are concerned about marijuana “dabbing,”
I am too! You know I have a daughter who I am not sure if she is smoking marijuana anymore. I know she quit for three months last year, but I highly doubt she is clean. I also know that after what has happen last year with her getting underage drinking charge she still has what she says is only a wine cooler here and there. I do worry about her all the time. Going to college and finishing! All this stuff worries me. I know I am not suppose to worry that I need to let God handle and her make her choices, but as most of you parents know that is really hard to do. We want to save our babies. We didn’t give birth to them to bury them. It’s not natural. We didn’t put them here, so they don’t become a productive citizen. We loose our control over them and it’s so hard to watch them make bad choices.
I know a little bit about this DAB because my daughter said she tried it and it scared her the way she felt. It was really strong. However, a friend that used to be a close friend does it all the time. This was a classmate of my daughter’s that dropped out of high school when her mother up’ed and moved them to Florida. She started doing online schooling, but dropped out of that because she and her boyfriend did this all day. She moved back to Ohio with her mother and my daughter, (who is like her mom) tried to save her, writing a life to do list. My daughter has done that with three of her friends. It’s like the bible verse that says, ” Before taking the sawdust out of someone else eye, take the plank out of yours. ” Below is an update I found on the subject of “dabbing”
Medical experts are concerned about marijuana “dabbing,” a potentially dangerous way of using the drug. According to the U.S.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), dabbing is a method used to convert marijuana into a concentrate. It uses butane,
which is highly flammable, to extract THC from the cannabis plant. THC is the psychoactive chemical in marijuana. This process
has resulted in violent explosions, the DEA noted. While marijuana in its traditional plant form has a THC concentration of about
20 percent, the wax used for dabbing can have a concentration of up to 80 percent, according to the DEA. Many people use vaporizers
and vape pens, which are similar to e-cigarettes. They squeeze the extract into the chamber inside the pen and inhale.
The marijuana extract is known as shatter, butter and honey. Read More: