Over the years there have been many new trends and ways to smoke cannabis. Dabbing is no longer just a dance move but a super concentrated form of smoking cannabis today.

Concentrates have come a long way since the days of cherry oil and lesser quality products. Today’s concentrates are something that would have blown the minds of cannabis smokers back in the 60’s and 70’s.

The first time I tried a dab was maybe around 13 or so years ago while in college. People can have a funny reaction either it’s give me another one or I’m never doing that shit again!

I was clearly someone who would ask for another again shortly after. For today’s wake and bake I was trying something I have never tried before. There is a new company called Dymond concentrates and I tried their Sophie’s breath live resin.

Sophie’s breath is a cross between Sophisticated Lady (Sophie’s Cut) and Mendobreath F2 strains. This is a sativa-dominant live resin that is 78.51% THC and less than 1% CBD. The terpene profiles are Caryophyllene, Farnesene and Humulène.

I did the three dab test during the wake and bake. After each dab I could tell that I was feeling the effects. The high was enjoyable and not too intense which could happen when smoking sativa strains for some people.

The taste was really nice and a good way to start your day. If you have issues with eating in the morning this could help you gain an appetite. Overall, I think Sophie’s breath live resin is good for dabbing in the morning and during the day.

This is something you might want to try if you ever come across it in your travels. The container it came in was easy to open and the concentrate inside didn’t get all over the place which can happen with other containers.

Dymond concentrates is a company you should try as Sophie’s Breath live resin is just one of their many products they have available. by Toronto Will