Sugar wax is a concentrate with a full flavor and a slightly grainy texture. It’s a little less messy than some other types of concentrates as it’s a bit thicker and not quite as sticky. Many people prefer sugar wax for its richer, more complex flavor profile.
Sugar wax can develop naturally over time as the lipids in the wax begin to breakdown and separate from the cannabinoids, which causes the wax to crystallize. It can also result from condensation or other contaminants which get mixed in with the wax, or if the wax is overly agitated during production. Sugar wax can be the result of accident or intention. Since many dabbers prefer the flavor and texture of sugar wax, some concentrate manufacturers intentionally produce it. The quality of the sugar wax depends mainly on the potency of the marijuana from which it’s made, and not so much on how it’s made, although a fresher wax is obviously preferable.
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