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What is Weed Caviar?
Weed isn’t just limited to different strains of flower cannabis anymore. There are now all kinds of ways to enjoy the effects of THC and CBD, from oils to edibles. Cannabis concentrates offer a compressed, concentrated form of weed with extremely high levels of THC. These are generally made by taking the resin and other parts of the buds and turning them into a more concentrated form.
Weed caviar is one kind of cannabis concentrate with very high levels of THC. It’s often made by dipping buds in hash oil and coating them in resin. This results in extra-potent weed with higher levels of THC. You can also find caviar that looks similar to the food itself, made in a similar way to other cannabis concentrates.
How to Use Weed Caviar
If you want to try out weed caviar, there are a few different ways to use it.
The way you consume cannabis concentrates often affects the kind of high you’ll get.
Here are a few of the most common ways to use weed caviar.
Smoking – If you want to keep things nice and straightforward, you can add weed caviar to a joint or spliff. It’s best to add it with some bud or tobacco as concentrates don’t burn well on their own. Sprinkle some in with the rest of your herbs and you’ll notice much stronger effects when you take a few hits.
Vaping – Alternatively, you can try vaping caviar. Many vape pens and vaporizers have chambers that allow you to vape cannabis concentrates. All you need to do is add some caviar into your chamber, heat it up, and inhale when your vaporizer is ready. You’ll usually need to vape at a fairly high temperature for cannabis concentrates.
Dabbing – Dabbing is another way to consume cannabis concentrates which is like a high-powered form of vaping. You do this with a dab rig and blow torch. Add the caviar to the nail of your dab rig, light up the concentrate with your blowtorch, and inhale. Dabbing usually gives you the most potent effects when it comes to concentrates, although not every user has the right equipment
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