Low-Temp Dab

Definition - What does Low-Temp Dab mean?

A low-temp dab involves heating a cannabis concentrate to an ideal temperature (usually 350 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit) to extract the utmost flavors within the concentrate and produce long, strong hits.

With a low-temp dab method, the user can readily vaporize the cannabis concentrate terpenes and cannabinoids, such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), without producing excessive amounts of vapor.

Utilizing a low-temperature method of dabbing also does not rapidly use up all of the concentrates on the dab nail.

Hydrolife explains Low-Temp Dab

A high-temperature dab produces strong hits with excessive vapor that is often too intense for some users. Such individuals tend to enjoy and prefer low temp dabbing.

Low-temp dab methods are all about temperature control. With low temperatures, the robust flavors of the cannabis concentrate are quickly released. The plant’s terpenes, which remain in the concentrate, are also liberated with low-temp dab control.

High temperatures during dabbing also destroy the product’s essential oils which combine with the concentrated cannabinoids to produce the favored psychoactive effects that users typically seek.

Low-temp dab methods do not burn away the essential oils so that the complete effects of the concentrate can be more readily experienced and enjoyed by the user.

Electric nails and e-nails are one way that a user can control the temperature for a low temp dab. The heat controllers allow the user to set the concentrate temperature and keep it at the desired levels.

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