Discussion in 'Technology / Science' started by hydra-glide, Aug 2, 2017.
Inquiring minds need to know.
seeing as there is no nicotine in bud, why would there be any in your hash?
Trick question perhaps?
Did u drop a smoke in the ice bucket?
No tricks. I've read that cannabis has nicotine. If cannabis has nicotine, where would it be? In the leaves that no one tokes? Nick Rivera, M.D has assured us that cannabis has no nicotine whatsoever, and Ryan55 has offered "God but you be's stoopid". So lets, see what we've got so far: Cannabis is nicotine free and torontoke wonders did I drop a smoke in the ice bucket? Nope, all the half-moon cubes got used.
So, since the trichome is so distant from the leaf, I'd venture that the trichome is King, and anything green leaf that's leftover is headed for the dumpster. Bubble means never having to dry and trim buds ever again, and that wipes out a whole lot of WORK. 90-mesh draining.
I don't see anything on the web indicating cannabis contains nicotine.
How reliable is your source material?
From the web:
"Going around FB is a post that marijuana deposits 4 time the tar of cigarettes. Seems outrageous".
Origins: A somewhat misleading infographic concerning the amount of tar deposited in smokers’ lungs by marijuana is frequently shared on social media sites:
The American Lung Association (ALA) does note that marijuana smoke contains four times as much tar as tobacco-based cigarette smoke:
Like tobacco smoke, marijuana smoke contains cancer-causing chemicals. There are 33 cancer-causing chemicals contained in marijuana. Marijuana smoke also deposits tar into the lungs. In fact, when equal amounts of marijuana and tobacco are smoked, marijuana deposits four times as much tar into the lungs. This is because marijuana joints are un-filtered and often more deeply inhaled than cigarettes."
My point of interest being, is smoking ice-extracted trichomes healthier than smoking dried buds? Dried buds have trimmed sugar leaves, and somewhere in that mass of trich's some vegetable material gets huffed.
My alternative point, what do buds give you that bubble doesn't? A blend of trich sizes that affect the buzz? Sounds logical.
Bubble mesh grades are like that too: The 25-mic is racy, and has more tHc than the higher number grades. My 45-mesh has never been very tasty, and always more harsh, my 73- mesh is the best blend for me, and 90 does the job, but starts to get harsh. My 120, 160, 190's are flaky and food grade only.
Which one has more tar? Bubble hash has plenty, joints as much too. Bubble, is gland-wall and resin. Bud is more veg. Maybe both are the same in tar and formaldehyde, but bud creation is a lot of time (drying) and work (scissors).
Fresh frozen? My favorite, but have heard from someone on this site that, "fresh frozen lacks the easy-snap-ability of the trich stalks".
My buds go from freezer, to near-frozen washing machine water, churning with half-moon bash-action. Good yields at 30-minutes on each run of (3) runs per 600g bag.
Thanks for the answers and opinions. Peace and good harvest.
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I don't see nicotine mentioned?
No, there is no nicotine in cannabis, only tar and 33 other elements that are carcinogenic, but there's never been a case of cancer from cannabis ever recorded. Of note, when tobacco is combined with cannabis, it makes tobacco's effects on humans worse. Synopsis: Use cannabis alone or leave it alone.
I have a collection of double-perc bongs and an insulated container of ice at my station every day. Cold smoke is easier on your intake piping that hot any smoke. - I said that.
So the point of this thread was to inform us that cannabis poses a health risk when mixed and smoked with tobacco?
It's the very worst aspect of the weed I could find, mixing cannabis with anything other than a flame.
This thread was a waste of space. There is no nicotine in cannabis.
In my world, if you don't know, ask the deepest resource.
then why dafuck you ask if bubble has more nicotine than bud? your comprehension of these matters is sketchy at best.
the fail here is non-equivalency. I grew up hearing "tar and nicotine" in the twilight of televised tobacco advertising in the USA. But "and" ain't "is".
While the terms are culturally linked, the fact is that tar and nicotine are not the same.Joints are tarry ... in fact that tar is what we go for ... but no nicotine except from cross-contamination by tobacco smokers.
"I have read that" ... provide link or gtfo.
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