CDB Wax

Everything You Need to Know About CBD Wax

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Everything You Need to Know About CBD Wax

As the cannabidiol (CBD) market matures into a multi-billion dollar global industry in its own right, we’re seeing an impressive degree of innovation within the cannabinoids space. One of the hottest new products among cannabinoid consumers in recent years is a novel and versatile form of CBD known as wax concentrate.

What exactly is CBD wax?

CBD wax is a newly popularized, semi-solid form of CBD concentrate with no THC, so it will not get you high or come up as a red flag in workplace drug testing. It is legal in most states thanks to this lack of psychoactivity, and is among the most versatile forms of CBD on the market today.

The recommended serving size of CBD wax is typically around 10mg for new users. It usually takes between 15-40 minutes to feel the full effects, though it can depend on the quality of the wax and your individual height, weight and metabolism.

CBD wax can be consumed in many ways including vaping, dabbing, edibles or by placing it under the tongue (sublingual consumption). The latter method allows you to experience the full effects quickly because it goes directly into your bloodstream via capillaries under the tongue. Wax is great for people who want immediate relief from common physiological conditions, but don’t want to feel high during the consumption process.

Types of CBD Wax and other Concentrates

CBD wax can come in various different types, each one with its own benefits and drawbacks. The three main types are full-spectrum, isolate and broad-spectrum wax, which we’ll go over below:

Full-Spectrum Wax –

is made up of around 80 cannabinoids including CBD, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and many others like cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabinol (CBN). Its main benefit compared to other types is the potential for synergistic entourage effects between components, which makes it more effective than isolated CBD alone.

Isolate Wax

is pure CBD that has been extracted through CO2 or solvent extraction, purified with substances like ethanol. It contains no THC so it is not psychoactive, but it can be more expensive than full-spectrum wax.

Broad-Spectrum Wax

is a good middle ground between full-spectrum wax and wax isolate. It contains all of the cannabinoids except THC, which makes it a good option for people who want the benefits of the entourage effect without getting high.

There are two other types of CBD wax which are popular with DIYers, who prefer to create their own cannabis compound products. These are:

    • Live Resin is made from fresh cannabis plants frozen immediately after harvesting. The frozen plant material is then extracted with ice water, chilled to -4°F and pulled through an ethanol extraction process. The resulting product provides a highly concentrated form of CBD due to the fact that it is made of fresh plant material including terpenes, cannabinoids and flavonoids, which are typically lost during the curing process.

 

    • Rosin Wax is made by pressing freshly harvested cannabis flowers with heat and pressure. This method preserves the terpenes and cannabinoids present in the plant material, giving you a more flavorful and potent wax.

How To Consume CBD Wax Safely

There are three main ways to consume CBD wax, each with their own benefits and drawbacks: vaping, dabbing, and edibles. Vaping is the most popular way to consume CBD wax. It’s quick, easy and doesn’t require any special equipment. You can use a vape pen or e-cigarette, or you can use an unregulated tank or cartridge device. The main downside to vaping is that it can get expensive if you use a lot of wax.

Dabbing is another way to consume CBD wax. It’s similar to vaping, but it uses a dabbing rig which is a special type of pipe with a heated nail used to vaporize the wax. This is a good option if you want a strong dose of CBD or want to minimize costs because it uses less wax.

If you want to make edibles with CBD wax, the best way is to turn the wax into cannabutter using a regular weed recipe, substituting the cannabis flower for concentrated CBD wax. You can then use the butter to make a wide range of food and drinks.

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