A “dose” of wax, which is about the size of a pinhead, can be equivalent to approximately one or two joints, depending on the concentration of THC. Dried marijuana leaves wrapped in joints, cigarettes or vaporized usually contain between 5 and 28 percent THC. Marijuana (also called weed, marijuana or marijuana) is a mix of dried flowers, stems, seeds and leaves of the cannabis plant. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the ingredient in marijuana that makes a person feel high.
Teenagers often use wax with a steamer. This tool extracts THC instead of burning it, so the drug is basically odourless and smokeless. Teens can use wax with a steamer without any obvious detection, and the tool can be easily hidden. This is very alarming because teens can basically use wax under the noses of their authority figures.
With THC concentrations of up to 90 percent, wax or “dab” is small and easy to hide and is therefore an attractive alternative to flowers, buds or marijuana joints. If you dedicate and dedicate time to recovering in a protected environment such as Windward Way Recovery, you will gain the strength, knowledge and tools needed to deal with all the stressors in your life without consuming substances such as THC wax. Unfortunately, among the well-made marijuana products available for medical and recreational use, there are many unregulated waxes that have no limits in terms of the concentration of THC or the methods used to create the product. The higher concentration of THC in waxes and edible products can lead to unintentional overconsumption, which can cause a variety of symptoms, from cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome to symptoms of psychosis.
While cannabis can cause psychedelic experiences that can have a negative impact on mood, marijuana wax intensifies these experiences due to the higher concentration of THC in the product. The hazards inherent in the manufacture of wax include the possibility that dangerous butane molecules may be present in the wax.