Marijuana Wax refers to a potent cannabis concentrate that has been agitated during the extraction process, causing the oil to crystallize and solidify.

The consistency can range from gooey or creamy, referred to as budder, to something harder and flaky, known as crumble or honeycomb. Higher-quality tend to be softer and amber-toned.

For cannabis connoisseurs and those looking to experience an intense high with a superior flavor, wax can offer a potent psychoactive experience.

With high cannabinoid concentration and THC content averaging between 60% and 80%, a little wax goes a very long way.

Cannabis wax is generally smoked using a dab rig but can also be vaped. It’s a user-friendly concentrate that’s easy to work with.

Unlike shatter, it doesn’t break into small, unusable pieces and it’s firmer than oil, which can be difficult to keep on a dab nail.

Wax typically contains between 70% and 90% THC. That means it is extremely potent.

The benefits of this potency include almost immediate and powerful medical relief and recreational effects.

However, high-THC products also increase the likelihood that you’ll experience the side effects of THC, including paranoia, anxiety, and dry mouth.

Named for its viscous, sticky, amber consistency, marijuana wax is a potent cannabis extract.

With THC concentrations up to 90%, Most commonly sought out by recreational cannabis users that have built up a high THC tolerance or medical patients looking for immediate and long-lasting relief.

Wax is extracted by washing cannabinoid-rich plant material with a solvent, usually butane.

That’s why you might also hear it referred to as butane hash oil (BHO).

That’s because working with butane, a highly flammable gas, is dangerous and can lead to explosions if not done properly.


marijuana wax, budder, 710, cannabis wax, honey oil, butane honey oil (BHO), honeycomb, shatter, dab, or black glass

these various forms of cooked, concentrated marijuana are not edible, but designed to be smoked or vaporized (vaped).

A “dab” refers to a dose of concentrate, which in this case is THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.

Concentrates can come in various forms including shatter, budder, crumble, and sauce. In short, a dab is an umbrella term that covers these different types of concentrates.

Cannabis dabs are meant to be vaporized and then inhaled.

This is commonly done through a dab rig, e-rig, or vaporizer. The process of inhaling vaporized cannabis is (of course) known as “dabbing”.






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