710 has grown into the second-largest weed holiday after 4/20. 710 is celebrated both on July 10 and cannabis oil is specifically consumed at 7:10 a.m. or 7:10 p.m. While it is a niche holiday, many dispensaries in legalized states will provide their customers with 710-related discounts to commemorate the occasion.
How did 7/10 get started?
The origins of 710 remain mysterious, even ten years after the term first appeared, and the term wasn't associated with cannabis oil consumption until 2011.
While the origin story is still up for debate, the term grew in popularity when LA Weekly ran a brief article titled “710 is the new 420” in July 2013. That year also witnessed the cannabis community's first official 710 celebrations, The beloved 710 Cup! As cannabis legalization spreads, dabbing is becoming a more accepted and widespread way to consume and enjoy cannabis.
Since the early 2010s, the use of 710 has gained momentum both in media and among cannabis consumers. Dabbing is becoming a more accepted and widespread way to consume and enjoy cannabis.
Where is 7/10 celebrated?
Many events and organizations celebrate the holiday in cannabis-legal states including Arizona's 710 Degree Cup, Colorado's Kush Masters's 710 Celebration, and Oregon's Camp Sesh, which all attract concentrate connoisseurs ready to celebrate Dab Day.
What do you need to celebrate 7/10?
Traditional dabs such as shatter are typically consumed using a dab rig, which requires a dab tool, torch or e-nail, and cannabis concentrate.
In the early days of cannabis concentrates, the celebration of 7/10 required much in the way of tools. Traditional dabs such as shatter are typically consumed using a dab rig, which requires a dab tool/wand, torch or e-nail, cannabis concentrate, and other materials to properly celebrate the holiday.
However, the rising popularity of vape pens and portable dab vapes makes it easier than ever to consume concentrates. If you live in a weed-legal state, many dispensaries help you prep for the celebration by offering discounts on wax, shatter, oil, and other concentrate products, taking advantage of the holiday as a marketing vehicle. On social media, more than 10 million people have posted photos showing off their celebratory dabs with hashtags like #710, #710society, and #710life.
Why is 710 the new 420?
710 refers to the 10th of July, in the same way, that 420 refers to the 20th of April. This date was chosen for the simple fact that 710 looks like the word "oil" upside down. Just like 420 is a time for lighting up a joint, 710 is a time for dabbers to pull out their rigs and dab to their heart's delight.
What is the meaning behind 710?
Just like “420”, “710” is a stoner term used to celebrate dabs and cannabis concentrate on the 10th of July or 7/10. The number 710 spells “OIL” when placed backward and upside-down; Oil is a word used to describe potent cannabis concentrates like hash oil, honey oil, wax, shatter, etc.
What do 420 and 710 mean?
710 refers to July 10, just as 420 refers to April 20. This date was chosen for the simple fact that, if you turn the number 710 upside down, you can read the word “oil”, a reference to cannabis concentrates. Just as 420 is the time to light a joint, 710 is the time to dab.
Why is 710 DAB day?
The 10th of July is celebrated as International Oil Day, also known as International Dab Day. It has been celebrated since around 2012 and complements the traditional 420 celebrations on April 20th. 710 is associated with oil because, when you turn the number upside down, it looks like the word 'oil'.
What is a 710 friend?
More recently, another three-digit code has become popular weed slang within this same community. Something that is “710 friendly” is specifically highlighting that they are friendly to the concentrates community within the cannabis culture.
What is Dab day?
If you look at the number 710 upside down, it appears to spell OIL. For that reason, on July 10, the cannabis industry celebrates Oil Day—or, as it is more colloquially known, Dab Day. Jul 10, 2021
Why do stoners celebrate 710?
710, or 7/10, is considered a “stoner” holiday for consuming cannabis oil products, dabs, or concentrates. The term 710 rotated upside down spells OIL, a word used to describe highly potent cannabis products such as hash oil, shatter, wax, and so on. The holiday occurs on July 10th — 7/10, written numerically.
What does down to dab mean?
Since 2014, dabbing has been used as a gesture of triumph or playfulness, becoming a youthful fad and Internet meme. The move looks similar to someone sneezing into the crook of their elbow.
Why is the Dab bad?
Side effects may include explosions!
Because the THC and other chemicals are more concentrated in marijuana extracts than in regular marijuana, the side effects of dabbing—like poor judgment and coordination—are likely to be more powerful than those from smoking weed.
What is the proper name for dabs?
Butane Hash Oil (BHO): a highly potent concentrate of cannabinoids made by dissolving marijuana in plant form in a solvent (usually butane). The resulting product is also referred to as budder, honey oil, dabs, or shatter, depending on how it is manufactured.
To celebrate 7/10 properly, simply consume your dab or concentrate of choice on July 10, optionally at 7:10 a.m. or 7:10 p.m. in your local time zone.