You think it's smoother because of the elimination of waxes, but it's most likely smoother from the elimination of a large percentage of harsh monoterpenes left behind with the waxes during the winterization process.
It's definitely a better, more pleasing experience, that's for sure.
The idea that inhaling cannabis residuals is a problem is a current theory which I do find valid enough to entertain, but I also recognize the lack of information on the subject.
Research "lipid pneumonia" when you have some time. Is that something you'd like to chance if there was a simple way to avoid it?
I'm not even sure I understand what you're arguing. That this process is bogus? If you feel that's the case, don't do it.
Let others make up their own minds.
is this your thread? nice work!
Yes. Thank you.
When I move to California, I'll be growing and grinding and squishing my own buds. I mean it's nice that it's legal and it's cool you can buy it, but come on we had to know that legal weed is big business and companies will cut whatever corners to make that money.
Read up on what's happening in California. Over 90% of the material tested is loaded with pesticides. It's the Wild West all over again out there. It's not just the big producers, either. They're all cutting corners to make a buck.
I'm more and more convinced most of the terpenes added to concentrates is the same shit we see in all of our food products called "natural flavoring"... They all leave this chemical burn in my throat
Correct. There is simply no need to add anything at all to the concentrate if you follow my procedure. Good organicly grown flower, pressed recently after harvest, will give you the calming high you're desiring with no after taste, no lung congestion, nothing coming back to haunt you later on.
It's not rocket science. I leave that up to SpaceX : )
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