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Dabs Are Everywhere!


dabsBy Macaseanu from Spaceship Earth Farms

Welcome back to the Spaceship, Earthlings. Today, I would like to call attention to a simple truth. Dabs get everywhere. Now, we’ve talked at length already about how the reburn deposits on every surface inside your oil rig, as well as the process of cleaning and collecting it. I have also been discovering more uses for this reburn, but we will get into that more at a later date.

I want to focus on this dabs get everywhere thing for the moment, and when I say they get everywhere, I mean literally everywhere. For example, I’ve even gone out into the world, you know, hit up a food truck, the grocey store, a headshop, the list goes on. The point is that I ran into lots of people, only to take a look in my rearview and find that I have had a dab on my nose this whole time, like some sort of cartoon witch’s mole imbuing me with magical dab related abilities. Also, I know that many of us, a little too eager, have shattered our shatter, and had multiple dabs go flying everywhere, never to be found again. Which really sucks, by the way, so if you’ve not had shatter yet, please, pay attention. This is solved with a simple, and very, very brief application of the torch to your dab tool. Try it. Just like a warm knife through cannabutter right?

Even as I write this and look at my desk, I can see a speckling of dabs everywhere, a few on the monitor, the keyboard, and the desk itself. Basically, everything within the vicinity of my rig, is in danger of being showered with dabs. Aside from the random and explosive water droplet hidden in a reburn toke, I have deduced that most of these are result of my own careless misuse and misplacement of various dab tools, which may as well be covered in honey. If you’re like me you have a jar full of these, absolutely compounding the problem. Well, have no fear, I have a solution, and it’s not a silicone dab mat, it’s smoking more joints.

Yes, that’s right, you heard me, smoking more joints. If you think you don’t know how, thankfully Aarr Kellz has you covered in this article here, which he wrote after getting upset with me for being so bad at it. So there’s no excuses, and if you don’t smoke joints yet, you should start, you are going to get plenty of practice at rolling.

It starts with the papers. Use whatever brand you prefer. I like the hemp ones, but you could do this with a gold blunt wrap too if you were so inclined. I would, however, avoid those clear cellulose ones. Now this is so simple it is mind blowing, but almost every time you do a dab you will notice a residual amount of oil left on your utensil. Wipe this on your joint paper, every time you do a dab, until it’s nice and smeared. Roll ’em as you go, or save ’em in a tin. Either way, I have found that joints will roll more easily with these treated papers, and will smoke longer and stonier. We call them afterburners at Spaceship Earth, and we’ve even been known to use the stickiness of the reburn as a glue to add a layer of that Spaceship Earth Blonde.

There you have it folks, you can keep your entire life a little bit cleaner,simply by smoking more joints, and stonier joints at that. Feel free to hit us up via email or twitter with any questions or comments. We love hearing what you Earthlings have to say.



About Author

Aarr Kellz is the founder of Spaceship Earth Farms. He loves Cannabis, free thinking and bringing important useful information to the masses.


  1. If you can afford some good shatter, then the experience is well worth it. It’s not something that I can afford all the time, just a yearly treat.

  2. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    so now the government is requiring you to get a card to verify that you a sick enough to practice recreational health.

  3. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    no more regulation than home grown tomatoes, want my grandma’s recipe for SAUCE?

  4. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    and we support recreational use and use for children and pets and practice an open hand welcome to new card holders pity folks have to get a medical card to practice recreation… don’t need one to go swimming …. or camping…. or fishing… or motosports… or get my point?

  5. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    making the extract is fraught with pitfalls, like failing to recognizes at what point the extract becomes PHOTOACTIVE…. at what temp do the various ellements of the extract evaporate into the atmosphere and what is the shelf life after refrigeration. wanna play with your stash and find out what ruins it and what makes it better on your dime? we are a collective of smokers and eaters that dates back into the 1700’s right here on this continent with the plant that grows wild in the ditches all across this country, no secret we hide in plain sight.

  6. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    and PAY ATTENTION!!!! learn to grow your own and make your own no one that grows in oregon want the tax burden the way it is comming down so collectively we are going to push an overgrow the government effort by teaching everyone the secrets to growing 10 pounders in your backyard, make your own extracts, use common kitchen utensils, and learn what to do with the KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE named “BARE GREASE” and believe me it will extend your smoking pleasure and comfort your pocket at the same time.
    TODAY in the common market:
    there is no family of instruction no body of unified growers under one collective. the Kickapoo Indian medicine company is attempting to change this. by offering an open invitation to specifically outdoor organic medicinal cannabis growers and the families they support. we strongly support the OREGON GREEN FREE (OGF) forum check it out. free to join and requires legal verification for Medical Marijuana to post so flaky info is not tolerated. nor are sales or business advertising.

  7. Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah on

    SO basically your articles tells me you don’t know nothing yet……. come visit the Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company willamette valley oregon I’ll show you what to do with your DABs
    But I cannot tell you unless you show me your current medical marijuana card from oregon. and that is the law.

  8. Whyiowa4medical on

    Out here in the illegal wastelands, dabs and wax do come around, but an eighth is more cost effective than the minute amounts being presented. I remember our now antiquated method of making hash oil of the honey variety and it was not cheap, but it was not the size of a hit of windowpane LSD for $50. This is not what we should be paying, so I will stick with good herb which is sneaking its way back around. Still, I must do the responsible thing and wait for work to come my way before I can join my friends in Oregon. I was advised to go to Colorado, but the drama out there is getting too sticky for me and I am not going to invest in a move to anger and voter’s remorse. Some have returned from Colorado as Denver and Colorado Springs have strange set-ups. I believe they were originally “urban renewal” construction projects, but as they were not completed it left expensive homes interspersed with “hood” type rental housing. If you have never lived in Denver (as so many of these have not) they cannot tell a nice home priced very well, from a nice home blocked on both ends by “Hood” housing. This misunderstanding of Denver’s lay-out is what has caused problems. I can read a Bohemian neighborhood in Portland, that would be far more my style. Some of us see Iowa as the likely dead last state to legalize so any tips on how to do this responsibly are always appreciated. Aarr, hit me with some good info on how to do this responsibly!!!! I’ll light-up a Geoffrey before I’ll hit the wax/shatter.

  9. I’ve been using weed for about 40 years, and most of my experience has been using joints rolled with cigarette papers or a bong. Idon’t really enjoy smoking out of a cigar wrap or blunt as they call them. When I smoke I want to taste my weed not cigars.Now vapeing is great if you have enough weed to make some quality shatter. But that comes around maybe once a year, right after harvest time.Happy Smoking!!!

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