Wax are concentrates that have a sticky, ear wax like texture. It's used to describe shatter, crumble, budder, and bho. It's made by extracting THC from the cannabis plant using solvents or chemicals. While they won't dissolve in water, THC glands are soluble in chemicals like butane and rubbing alcohol. For butane extractions, the cannabis is crammed into a long metal or glass cylinder that's open on both ends, and then liquid butane is sprayed down the tube and through a filter at the bottom opening. The THC is dissolved into the butane, which is collected, then carefully heated and left in a vacuum chamber to evaporate the solvent. What is left over is super strong THC wax which is also referred to as butane honey oil (BHO) or budder, that is around 90 percent THC or higher.
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