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The latest marijuana craze has users chasing bigger highs through 'dabbing'

Like the viral dance move of the same name, using marijuana by "dabbing" is having a moment. The latest marijuana consumption craze has users chasing bigger highs through a process called "flash vaporization." But unlike the dance, marijuana dabbing poses some major health and safety risks, according to both anecdotal evidence and experts, and is illegal in some states. Dabbing is when you take a marijuana concentrate, a waxy or butter-like substance that contains highly concentrated amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the psychoactive ingredient in weed — apply it to a hot surface to create smoke, and inhale to get high.
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