Dabbing rules. I know it, you know it, even Cam Newton knows it. But would I ever go through the trouble of buying and tending a butane torch in my own home? (Not to mention hiding it when guests come over because let’s get real, it looks a little crack-y.) Nah. I’ve got vape pens, papers, and my trusty bong Ol’ Faithful for ensuring I can easily enjoy my Chinese delivery and What We Do in the Shadows when I so choose. So while dabbing is a more effective, healthful, and need I say cooler-looking way to get high, I’ve rarely had the chance to do so.
Some questions arise from that headline, the foremost being: who are these “experts?” Are there “dabbing experts?” Maybe, but I seriously doubt they were contacted for this news article out of South Carolina.
Calling wax a “more dangerous” form of cannabis consumption is how the article starts out, before dropping the “experts warn” line twice in a five-paragraph story. No mention of who these “experts” are, or where we can find them.