Best safety practices when dealing with hash oil

Safety is one of the first words you’ll hear when talking about cannabis oil. Making hash oil requires a bit of know-how, but in layman terms it simply involves extracting THC from marijuana. Hash oil goes by many names, including dabs, honey, wax, shatter, butane hash oil, earwax and more.

Whatever you want to call it, there’s no denying that hash oil is an incredibly powerful product, which means that you should always exercise caution when consuming or making it. Here are a few points to consider:

● Hash oil contains up to 80 per cent THC. This high concentration increases the likelihood of adverse effects.
● While dabbing has becoming relatively common in recent years, the long-term health effects are not yet fully understood.
● Do not make hash oil with flammable liquids. It is incredibly dangerous and many people have burned themselves and died from doing so.
● The safer option is to use dry ice or ice water. If you do decide to make hash oil, be sure to only use instructions from a reputable source. If you’re in any doubt whatsoever, just stop.