Cannabis RSO Phoenix Tears Oil is consumed usually by smoking, ingestion, or vaporization. Smoking or vaporizing hash and cannabis Oil is known colloquially as “dabbing”, from the English verb to daub (Dutch dabben, French dauber), “to smear with something adhesive”. Dabbing devices include special kinds of water pipes (“oil rigs“), and vaporizers similar in design to electronic cigarettes
What makes a cannabis RSO oil “edible” or “Smoke able” ?
Raw cannabis that is eaten does not have the same effects on the human body as cannabis which has is smoked or vaporized. Why is this? In order for a cannabis hash oil to be most effective when eaten, the cannabinoids need to be “activated” through a process known as decarboxylation. Basically, the cannabinioids need to be heated up. This happens naturally during smoking or vaporizing, but must be done manually when preparing any sort of cannabis extract to eat. You will get some of the benefit from cannabis without decarboxylation, but this heating process activates many of the pain relief and anti-nausea effects of medical cannabis.
What makes a Cannabis RSO Phoenix Tears Oil Smoke able is the method of extraction like the BHO extraction of butane hash oil or as some people call it in a higher THC potency hash honey oil, using a winterizing process that remove all lipids from the solution rendering these RSO cannabis oil type smoke able. This process uses butane as a solvent instead of alcohol, and like Rick Simpson oil, the essential cannabis oil is stripped from plant matter and then reduced into a concentrated form for a potent cannabis result.
There is a growing body of evidence that you need the whole extract from cannabis flowers to get the majority of the medicinal effects of cannabis. All the compounds in cannabis work together in what is know as the “cannabis entourage effect”.
Buyer Beware, Hemp type cannabis oil does not contain the variety of cannabinoids found in whole extract cannabis like THC-A,THC and other cannabinoids that comes from the buds of medical cannabis strains and that produces the cannabis entourage effect.