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Sugar, sometimes called “sugar wax,” is a type of cannabis concentrate with a consistency like wet sugar, or sugar mixed with a liquid, but not dissolved. Cannabis sugar is made through chemical extraction, and can be made from dried flower or fresh frozen cannabis plants. Sugar often has a bright yellow or deep amber color.
One of the purest marijuana products, sugar wax, is high in THC, ranging from 60% to 90%. With high THC content, concentrates like sugar wax are often used to overcome high tolerances and provide the high cannabis consumers are looking for.
Many get sugar wax confused with Shatter, which makes sense because the two are created using the same extraction method. The consistency and sugary texture of Sugar Wax are what differentiate it from Shatter. With its grainy texture, Sugar Wax is rich in flavor, and because it is thicker, it is often easier to handle than other concentrates.
Sugar wax can be created both by accident and on purpose. How? Well, sugar wax can develop over time when the lipids in the wax begin to break down and separate from the cannabinoids, thus causing the wax to crystallize. Today, dabbers tend to prefer sugar wax’s flavor profile and texture, and therefore, some concentrate manufacturers intentionally produce it.
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