The first way to determine the quality of the wax is by shading. Dark wax is generally of poor quality and light or transparent wax is of good quality. However, this isn't always true if you're trying to find the best effect, as many BHO concentrates have a darker shade. But if you want a healthier high, follow this advice.
Cannabis wax is very versatile and can be consumed in a variety of ways, such as smoking it, vaping, rubbing, eating and infusing wax. For users who need a high dose to overcome their tolerance or meet their medical needs, cannabis wax offers a high potency of euphoric THC or the relaxing cannabinoid CBD. Licensed marijuana stores in legal states sell professionally manufactured wax, so there's no need to worry about buying cheap, shoddy wax at these stores. So if you think the wax is too hard or too liquid, it's probably due to the type of wax you bought, not the quality.
Thinking about my first tip, you would say that dark wax is of poor quality and transparent wax is good. Now, I'm not saying that you can name all the ingredients and steps to make wax by simply smoking a little, but if you smoke a lot of wax, you can probably tell if the wax is good or bad just by trying it.