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So, you've been smoking weed for a while. A good old-fashioned joint is normally your go-to. But recently you've been wanting to try something new.
Let's talk about wax. Maybe you've heard it by some other names: crumble, sugar, honeycomb, and budder. The name you know it by depends on the texture and consistency of this beeswax cannabis concentrate.
If you've never dealt with this type of cannabis before you might have some questions like how to smoke wax, what tools you should use, and how wax is different from other forms of cannabis.
Well, never fear. Here's your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about smoking wax. We'll start with the basics and then talk about the best tools for the job.
Read on to become an expert on smoking wax!
What is Wax?
Cannabis wax (also called weed wax) is a concentrate rich in THC (over 60%), the main element of cannabis and other cannabinoids.
The extraction technique, temperature, and moisture content determine the texture of wax. When the wax is runny or a little creamy, it is called budder. The wax that is more solid and flaky is called honeycomb. The high-quality varieties are soft and amber-toned.
Wax is easier to use. It is firmer than oil and sturdier than shatter, and most people thus prefer using wax. Wax needs a relatively higher temperature to vaporize.
The wax works best when vaporized through a nectar collector. The nectar collector activates the terpenes and cannabinoids optimally. The user enjoys a potent psychoactive experience almost immediately. Wax can also be used with a vape pen or combining it with the flower in a dish.
Different Ways to Smoke Wax
There are many different ways to smoke wax. Using a glass rig, bong, or bowl is the most familiar method, but there are several other ways to get creative.
You can also smoke wax in a joint, which is familiar to most cannabis smokers, too. However, it must but rolled in a specific way in order to have the full effect.
Dab pens are all the rage because they make smoking wax easy and efficient. These are portable vape pens that use wax cartridges. While they are easier, it's often more expensive to use a vape pen for wax.
The bong, bowl, joint, and vape pen are the most standard methods for smoking wax.
If you don't have access to any of these methods, you can also try your luck with the knife method.You can also smoke wax using:
- Nectar Collectors
- Wax Vaporizers
We will talk about these three more efficient methods for smoking wax in a moment. But first, we need to cover how sugar wax is different from other types of concentrated cannabis.
How Is Sugar Wax Different From Other Marijuana Concentrates?
Sugar wax is different from other marijuana concentrates because of its sappy, wet texture. What are some other forms of concentrates? Edibles like brownies, cookies, or gummies fall into this category.
These other edible concentrates are different because when you consume them it typically takes longer for the cannabis to take effect. Sugar wax takes effect quickly regardless of what method you use to smoke it.
Step-by-Step: How do You Smoke Wax
Now, let's discuss three methods of smoking wax that are highly efficient. Here's a step-by-step guide for each.
Smoke Wax Using a Nectar Collector
First, the nectar collector. This tool is great for wax consistencies that can be spread out flat.Step 1: Find a Clean Surface
You'll need a clean, heat-resistant surface to use this tool. You can buy these in quartz, glass, or silicone specifically for this type of smoking.Step 2: Spread Your Wax Out Flat
Next, take a small dab of your wax and spread it out. Use your own judgment to determine how much you want to apply to the heat-resistant surface.
If you're new to smoking wax, it might be best to start small.Step 3: Heat up the Nail
Now it's time to head up the nail of your nectar collector. Use a blowtorch or a lighter to heat it up to your desired temperature.Step 4: Smoke
Once the nail is hot, press your lips to the mouthpiece and drag the nail across the wax. It will immediately vaporize when you do this, so be sure to inhale for the entire time.
Smoke Wax Using a Concentrate Vaporizer
Now let's learn how to use the concentrate vaporizer. This process is slightly easier than using the nectar collector because you don't have to heat anything up using a lighter or blowtorch.Step 1: Heat up Your Wax
This involves scooping a dab of wax into a heating chamber or spreading it onto heating coils, depending on what kind of concentrate vaporizer you have. Turn the vaporizer on and set it to your chosen temperature.Step 2: Smoke
Yup, it's that easy. Once your wax heats up all you have to do is use the mouthpiece to inhale the vapor that is produced.
Smoke Wax Using an E-Nail
Finally, let's talk about the e-nail. This device is used with a rig to help with the heating process.Step 1: Set Up Your Rig
Have your rig ready to go. You'll use it the same way you would if you weren't using an e-nail to heat up the nail.Step 2: Heat up the Nail
Using the e-nail, it's time to heat up your nail. In order to do this, you'll use the e-nails interface to select the temperature you want to heat it up to.Step 3: Smoke
Once your nail is heated up, scoop a bit of your dab and spread it on the nail as you inhale.
Choose Inhalco for the Best Tools to Smoke Wax
The nectar collector, concentrate vaporizer, and e-nail are three tools that make smoking wax in the traditional ways easier. They're a worthwhile investment if you're looking to have easy access to smoking wax.
Now that you've learned how to smoke wax with these tools, you might be wondering where you can get them. Inhalco is the best place to turn for all your wax smoking needs. We have the tools discussed in this article and more.
Browse our selections today and we'll help you get started smoking wax like an expert!
*This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. All products are intended for legal usage. Before consuming cannabis in any form, please consult with a licensed health care provider, smoke at your own risk.