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Sugar Wax

Sugar wax is also known as sugar dab, and it falls into the same category as other cannabis concentrates used for dabbing. Its name comes from its appearance: it literally looks like wet granules of brown sugar (don’t let the intrusive thoughts win: you should smoke it, not eat it).

The reason why people love sugar wax vary, but most can be in agreement that potency is at the top of the list. Thanks to its super high THC content and extreme purity, it’s not only highly psychoactive but also holds medicinal properties that so many stoners benefit from.

Most sugar wax falls anywhere in between the 60%-90% THC threshold, which is quite a bit higher than the regular flower. Another plus: most of the terpenes are left intact during the processing of concentrates, which is why the medicinal properties are also strong as heck.

Like any other cannabis product, it all comes down to the quality of the plant and the standard of creation and processing to ensure that it’s as good as it gets.

The process for making it is the same as any other concentrate, and it’s known as BHO (Butane Hash Oil Extraction). There’s a lot of scientific and engineering hullabaloo involved.

Still, at the end of the day, butane gas is used on dried buds or frozen cannabis to separate cannabinoids and terpenes to preserve their full potency and turn them into a powerful concentrate.

In the case of sugar wax, it was discovered accidentally when the process of condensation and crystallization turned up a sugar-like substance that proved to be remarkable.



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