More Youth are Dab-bling

Concentrated THC products are exploding in popularity among young people, but parents are clueless. The products—ranging from vapes and edibles—get users “super high, super fast.”
 
How does dabbing stack up to smoking marijuana?
 
A “dab” can contain about 90% THC, compared to about 25% in a joint—and because dab pens barely produce a smell, they can be discreet.
 
Academic research is mixed—but across age groups, all forms of marijuana use were considered equally risky.
 
Dabbing is credited with delivering fewer toxins than regular smoking—but there are also reports of “seizure-like activity” among users.
 
Axios

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