It's absolutely much stronger. The amount of the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, a chemical called tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, has skyrocketed due to advances in plant improvement and purification in recent decades. This isn't your parents' marijuana and it's definitely not your grandparents' marijuana. People need to be aware of that.
Some parents might say, “Oh, I used marijuana quite regularly as a teenager and I was fine. Unlike substances such as opioids, marijuana does not contain chemicals that cause chemical dependency in the brain. With this in mind, it's safe to conclude that marijuana isn't physically addictive. Consuming cannabis concentrates is easier and safer than ever.
Some people avoid consuming concentrates because of the frightening image of lighting a nail with a flashlight and suffering a serious burn. Fortunately, there are plenty of guides on how to take a dose for first-time users, with tips and tricks on how to avoid burning out and get the most out of the concentrate.