What are cannabis oil concentrate syringes? When the word syringe comes up in conversation, it can conjure unpleasant images of painful shots or an addict slump You can use syringe applicators for all sorts of creative ways to ingest oils. Here are a few of our favorite uses of our premium syringe applicators.
How to use medical cannabis oil concentrate syringes
How to use Oral Concentrate syringes for exact dosage measurement
One of the challenges faced by medical marijuana users is determining and delivering the proper dosage of medicine. Another is how to add cannabis oil concentrates to food or to wax/shatter vape pens in a way that is clean and doesn’t make a mess. Plastic syringes can also be used to accurately measure and deliver medicines in liquid form.
Many Florida dispensaries sell cannabis oil concentrates in convenient 500 and 1,000-milligram syringes. These concentrates are quite potent — generally anywhere from 60 to 90 percent THC. A 1,000-milligram concentrate syringe will contain anywhere from 600 to 800 milligrams of THC. A single dose the size of a grain of rice might be all the patient needs for relief. Widely hailed for its potency and efficacy, Rick Simpson Oil, aka RSO oil is one of the original concentrate syringes.
Squeeze a half grain of rice sized to a whole grain, and simply eat it. If the concentrate is hard to get out, submerge the tip in warm water for 5 – 10 seconds. Then squeeze the desired amount out. Remember, a little goes a long way.
What is a Syringe Applicator?
Everyone knows what a syringe applicator is, but did you know that there are numerous ways to use it? At DC Alchemy, we wanted to share with you the most popular ways to use your applicator so you can find fun ways to vary up your intake of medical marijuana distillates/oil, and CBD.
But first, let’s start with the basics.
What is Dabbing
Another common term you’re probably familiar with is dabbing. And no, we’re not talking about the 2014 dancing/celebratory trend. Dabbing, in this sense, is different. Dabs are concentrated doses of cannabis that are made by extracting THC or CBD. They are, essentially, the sticky oils you use the syringe applicators for.
So dabbing is using those sticky oils and consuming them. When done safely with clean, tested, and legal products — like medical marijuana and CBD — there are several advantages to using the oils to help deal with chronic pain and nausea.
While dabbing isn’t the most popular method of consumption, it has pushed many technological advancements in extracting the oils and consuming them. Let’s look at common trends for consuming the oils, which require the syringe applicators.
Adding Oil to Joints
We won’t spend much time on this one since it is self explanatory and one of the more common ways of using applicators. You simply put small amounts of the distillate or oil onto your medical marjiana joint before you smoke it.
Vaping or smoking is the most effective way of taking in distillates and oils, though it is not the cleanest. We mean that literally — the oils tend to ruin the durability of the blunt and can lead to a soggy or sticky experience.
Adding Oils to Food
Baking medical marjiuana into food is not a new concept. In fact, it’s actually quite popular. The most recent trend is using CBD oil in recipes too!
There is an endless list of CBD infused food and drink that you can make at home, like cold brew, salad dressing, baked treats, and more. Here’s how:
Cold brew is brewed by soaking coffee beans in cold or room-temperature water for 12 hours or more to extract sugars, oils and caffeine. Cold brew is known for how strong it is and how you sometimes experience anxiety or jitters after drinking it. That’s where the CBD comes in. It eliminates the jitters by getting rid of the negative effects of over-caffeination.
If you enjoy drinking, CBD cocktails are for you! It is safe to mix with drinking, however it can lower your alcohol tolerance level, thus increasing the drink’s effect.
The CBD extracts can be mixed with spirits such as vodka and cognac, as well as beer and wine.
CBD Salad Dressings and Vinaigrettes
You can make mouth watering vinaigrettes and salad dressings with CBD oil infused in them. Try this delicious recipe that uses fresh strawberries, CBD hemp oil, and avocado oil.
Or, if strawberries aren’t your thing, you can try this zesty dressing with cherry tomatoes, red wine, and, for a kick, dijon mustard.
Baking CBD into Food
The culinary community has made great strides in adding CBD into delicious recipes. Take these cupcakes for example that use your favorite cake mix, whipped cream frosting, and pudding mix. A syringe applicator is a must for this method as it requires specific dosing to ensure the baked goods aren’t runny!
Unlike other cannabis edibles, CBD edibles do not produce a high effect and are weaker than other forms of consumption. However, if you have a sweet tooth, this is the most delicious method you’ll find.
Placing Oil Under Your Tongue
Another popular form of consumption is sublingual — placing a drop of the oil under your tongue. This guarantees max absorption without any of the fillers.
The word ‘sublingual’ refers to the large blood vessel found under your tongue. The oil crosses the thin membrane and enters your bloodstream. This method requires very little effort and can be completed in a couple of minutes. You don’t typically use a syringe applicator for these, but rather what is provided with your bottle of CBD.
This isn’t as effective as vaping, but it is so popular because it is so simple.
If you want a quality syringe applicator, visit us at DC Alchemy and view our expansive supply of quality products. Our syringes offer high quality, fewer leaks, and less waste. Try them out for yourself today!