If you are in the market for a stronger cannabis flavor and a more intense experience.  Still, have questions?  Our Marketing Specialist, Raymond, is here with Jennifer Miles of Plant, Body, Soul, to demystify the dab.  Check out the video above where they explore why a patient would want to dab, how it works, and how to do it safely.

As a new medical cannabis patient, you might feel overwhelmed by all the different ways to medicate with cannabis.  You’re most likely familiar with the more conventional delivery method. Such as smoking cannabis flower or consuming edibles, but a lesser-known method, known as dabbing. Has become quite popular with patients who are seeking a more intense cannabis experience.  Dabbing is known to work faster and has a more effective faster-acting dose. Creating he effect of cannabinoids and terpenes without the smoke and tar that comes with traditional smoking methods. 

Have you tried dabbing before?  Comment below and tell us about your experience!  Looking to try it?  Visit any one of our Health for Life Arizona dispensaries and our staff will help you find the concentrate that is right for you.

SOURCES:
What is Dabbing?
https://meltingpointextracts.com/

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