The oil is less intense and usually comes in pre-filled cartridges. Wax is the more intense of the two and can be a brittle or semi-solid substance. Both wax and oil are extracted from the marijuana plant, but the wax is much more potent. Waxes containing 26% oils can have up to eight times the concentration of THC compared to the buds that people usually smoke.
Wax is reported to be the purest cannabis product available, with between 82% and 99.7% pure THC. When it comes to wax versus oil, it will mostly be a personal preference. The potency of wax makes it reasonable to assume that the adverse effects associated with marijuana increase when smoking wax. You simply can't expect high levels of THC or CBD in the buds, but you can get up to 90% pure THC with oil or wax, making it a bargain even if you pay more.
Remember that the THC levels in cannabis wax can range from 40 to 99.99%, compared to the 15 to 20% found in traditional buds, so go slowly because you don't want to rush and ruin yourself. There is more THC for the same volume of cannabis wax compared to oil, and it is generally more potent and produces more intense effects. Cannabis wax is normally stored on waxed paper or parchment paper or in small containers, depending on the texture, while cannabis oil is usually sold in bottles, often with droppers for dosing. Wax pens are sometimes referred to as wax pens because a wax pen works the same way as traditional touch equipment, except that it's portable and is usually shaped like a standard writing pen.
Your friends may even tell you that it's very easy to make wax at home because you only need a little butane, but unless you're prepared for an explosion that could happen even if something goes a little wrong, avoid making wax at home. And since THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis responsible for that euphoric “feeling of euphoria”, cannabis wax can cause vapers to get high more and faster compared to oils.