How To Properly Heat Your Dab Nail

If you're like most cannabis concentrate enthusiasts, you enjoy dabbing because of the intense high it provides. But if you don't heat your dab nail properly, you'll end up wasting your concentrates and potentially burning your concentrates. In this blog post, we will teach you how to heat your dab nail so that you can enjoy a smooth and enjoyable dabbing experience every time.

Step: 1

First, you will need a heat source. The most popular method is to use a butane torch. However, you can also use an electric nail heater, also known as an E-nail. If you are using a butane torch, make sure that the flame is blue and not yellow. You want to avoid using a yellow flame because it will not be hot enough to heat the nail properly.

Step: 2

Next, you will need to determine how long to heat your nail. This will depend on the type of nail you are using. If you are using a quartz nail, you will want to heat it for 30-50 seconds. If you are using a ceramic nail, you will want to heat it for 45-60 seconds. If you are using a titanium nail, you will want to heat it for 60-90 seconds. Allow the nail to cool down for 40-60 seconds.

Step: 3

Once you have heated your nail for the appropriate amount of time and have let it cool down, it is now time to apply your cannabis concentrate. Using a dabbing tool, place the concentrate on the nail and place your carb cap and then inhale slowly. You should start to feel the effects of the concentrate within a few seconds to a minute after inhaling. It is advisable to start low and slow because these concentrates pack quite more of a punch than cannabis flower.

If you follow these steps, you will be sure to have a smooth and enjoyable dabbing experience every time. Make sure to practice safety when using a butane torch, and always start with a small amount of concentrate until you get comfortable with the process. Now go enjoy your dabbing experience!

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