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Is Consuming Reclaim from Cannabis Concentrates Safe?
A fter hitting a few dabs, you’re likely to notice a waxy, orange-brown buildup condensing inside your rig. It’s called reclaim, and if you find yourself without fresh concentrate, you might be wondering if it’s safe to dab. Anyone who has consumed cannabis from a pipe will be familiar with resin; the sticky, stinky, black residue that builds up in your bowl. Reclaim is the more or less the same thing, but in a dab rig instead of a pipe. However, because dabbing doesn’t involve setting fire to plant material, AKA combustion, reclaim is a little different than resin and is a result of the vaporization process. So, is it safe to dab reclaim from cannabis concentrates? Read on to find out what we know about how to use reclaim and avoid risks. [url=https://glabongs.com/10000-15000-c54560/]water pipe sale[/url]
The Difference Between Cannabis Resin and Concentrate Reclaim
For one, reclaim collected from concentrates doesn’t have the same nasty smell as resin from combusted cannabis flower. You might notice a bong-watery whiff but, compared to the residue from your pipe, reclaim can even be (sort-of) fragrant and have similar hints of the concentrate’s original smell and terpene profile. While scientists haven’t performed extensive studies, testing laboratories have done some analyses on samples of reclaim. [url=https://glabongs.com/150-Up-c54561/]cheapest bong sale[/url]
We found test results from two labs which found THC content between 23% and 60% in reclaimed concentrates. Reclaim also contained high levels of other cannabinoids like CBN and, in some samples, CBD. However, the analyses didn't test the reclaim samples for other contaminants, like fungal spores, bacteria, or pesticides. Given the high concentrations of cannabinoids found in reclaim, it’s understandable that the hard-up stoners amongst us wouldn’t want to let it go to waste. But how do you use reclaim, and is it even safe?
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