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The cannabis industry has witnessed the rise of the consumer. Cannabis enthusiasts are slowly moving away from the classic blunt, bowl or joint to light smoking.

Countless people have heard of light tapping, but the truth is that few actually know what it is. Let's discuss some of the things you should know about this popular way of consuming cannabis.

Understanding Smudging

Light tapping is all about enjoying the crystals on the cannabis flower, not the actual plant. Now there are different types of DAB that can be used. The really common ones are BHO (butane hash oil) shatter, bud, shatter and wax. Today, smoking cannabis is favored by many cannabis enthusiasts because of the following advantages compared to smoking.

Lighter beat is a chemical cleanser - Cannabis concentrates do not contain plant matter and therefore do not contain the harmful carcinogens that occur when smoking plant matter.
A stronger flavor.
A stronger and longer high.
Less smoke.
The main difference between DAB products and other available options is the way DAB is used. Something as simple as the solvent used to extract the product can make a huge difference. For example, even emulsification can be used to turn flakes into wax, a process often referred to as "churning".

DABs are made with hydrocarbon solvents such as hexane, butane or propane. They can also be produced with carbon dioxide, a process known as supercritical carbon dioxide. This option is not often used because it is much more expensive than the preferred method butane extraction.

Terpene and THC extractions using butane are performed in a controlled laboratory environment. The safest method used is called closed-loop extraction. It can be completely safe, but only if you know it well and are careful.

How does closed-loop extraction work?

Closed-loop extraction refers to an extraction system that can seem daunting when you know very little about it. However, as you learn more about it, things get easier. Even so, it is important to understand that the setup you are using needs to be completely professional. In addition, you need to have a basic understanding of various things, such as how to properly operate a control valve and how to maintain system pressure.

Generally, a closed-loop system consists of a larger tank and a pipe connected to it. The "burst" occurs in the tank. The system also includes a recovery pump, a recovery tank, a refrigerant scale and a refrigerant pump.

In addition to all the items mentioned, you will also need a pump such as a supercritical CO2 pump and an oven. These are combined together to create a vacuum oven. Overall, the system is designed to purify the substances extracted from the cannabis. The final product needs to be completely removed from all residual solvents.

To keep things as simple as possible, the cannabis material is added to the extraction tube. Then, by using butane, the material is sandblasted. As the butane passes through the cannabis material, the taps are extracted.

Closed-loop extraction is a very safe technique compared to other techniques, but requires a full understanding of the system.

Final Thoughts

Light tapping is becoming more and more popular even when compared to THC consumption. While the end product is of higher quality, it is not without risk. It is vital to take the safety of the procedure seriously. If you have the knowledge to ensure safety, consider using closed-loop extraction only.

Author Bio.

Tara has been writing articles related to the cannabis industry for many years. She is the Content Marketing Manager for CaliExtractions, a California-based company. With a passion for enlightenment and years of knowledge of the cannabis industry (www.careddi.com/brc/66.htm hemp extraction equipment), her articles cover a variety of topics including the legalization, extraction and maintenance of cannabis.

Currently, she is contributing to various blogs in the cannabis industry in hopes of spreading valuable information on useful topics to benefit the industry.

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