The Emperor Wears No Clothes is a timeless non-fictional book about the versatile plant Cannabis sativa that every marijuana proponent should be informed about. The most popular method of consuming concentrates involves using a dab rig in combination with a small butane torch to heat a nail for the concentrate to evaporate on (discussed earlier), however more discrete and safer ways are becoming increasingly popular, like the portable vaporizer pen or e-rig.

Extracts are made by using chemical solvents like butane that need strict regulatory oversight to ensure that the end products are not contaminated. Although dabbing is usually done with high-THC marijuana extracts, more and more consumers are beginning to dab CBD extracts derived from hemp for their CBD content.

While there might be exceptions, cartridges (the vessels holding the cannabis extracts) can largely be categorized as high or low quality. CO2 oil is perhaps the second most common cannabis concentrate. First, cannabis extracts can be added on top of marijuana flower in a pipe before smoking.

Cannabis flower is converted into cannabis oil (also known as concentrate or concentrated cannabis) through a variety of extraction methods. Boasting THC levels up to four times higher than joints, concentrates will send you to outer-space if you aren't a regular user.

THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid that is responsible for giving you that euphoric high while CBD is the non-psychoactive one known for its range of healing benefits You are able to purchase concentrates that are both cannabinoids together or that are CBD exclusive, depending on what you're looking for.

PHO (Propane Hash Oil): The method is similar to BHO, except the solvent used is propane instead of butane. Although its loose structure isn't suited for dabbing, like stickier budders and shatters, shaving bits of crumble works well for portable vaporizer coils and topping bowls of flower.