CBD < 62%

Our Wax is whipped to perfection with the highest level of terpene preservation in the process. Made from fresh frozen material, it required less purging to bring out the nascent flavors within this hybrid. Made perfectly for all seasons, our Wax has a refined and defined taste. With a golden texture, this wax has a sparkling finish. Our Wax is a perfect bite, but Intense .

How to consume the Wax?

Wax can be dabbed, and there are other forms of concentrates. Called “dabbing”, this popular method involves a small tube of water called a rig with a flat bowl, and a “nail”, which is designed to tolerate high temperatures. In this case, the consumer would be dabbing Wax, but other forms of concentrates and extracts can also be considered Dabs.

How to store it?

Ideally it is best to store it in the refrigerator (avoid freezers). With time and humidity in the air, it can turn into a wax with a consistency similar to butter or honey . This does not mean it has gone bad, it is a natural evolution of the product over time.

Terpenic Values


The Wax of cannabis is a type of BHO (Butane Hash Oil). It is made by using butane (a liquefied gas) as a solvent to extract the major cannabinoids and terpenes from cannabis buds and clippings.

The resulting mixture is then processed to produce a concentrate that somewhat resembles beeswax. The process of making cannabis Wax varies to produce a variety of different products with unique textures and colors.

Similar to shatter, cannabis wax can boast cannabinoid concentrations of up to 80%. Unlike shatter, these types of BHO are not translucent. This is mainly due to the fact that they have been prepared in a way that agitates the extract molecules and produces a creamy, waxy, cloudy end product..

Cannabis Wax is sold under a variety of different names, such as honeycomb, crumble and budder. The name depends on the consistency and texture of the specific wax.

Presenting a sticky and brittle texture they are usually sold as honeycomb or crumble. Wet waxes with slightly creamier textures are usually sold as budder.