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Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

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Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

When it comes to wax vs. weed which would you rank on top? We go over the differences to find out the best method to consume cannabis with.

Some people try cannabis concentrates for the first time and never go back to smoking regular weed. On the other hand, some people find concentrates too intense and fear ever trying them again. When it comes to wax vs. weed, the question of which one is better depends entirely on your preferences. We’ll go over all the differences to find out which one is better for you.

Pros Of Wax

Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

One of the best features of wax is discretion. The fact that it doesn’t smell as much as flower makes it ideal for stealth purposes. There is a little smell to it, but it easily dissipates when compared to weed smoke.

This makes it fairly easy to get away with dabbing behind closed doors. If you don’t want to buy a dab rig, torch, and butane, you can get a more portable option. Wax vape pens make it easy to get high on the go with minimal effort.

Potency is another category that wax takes home in the wax vs. weed competition. You can get way higher with wax than you ever could by smoking flower. Not only will you stay high for a longer time, but it’ll also happen way faster than it would if you grind up your weed and smoke bowl after bowl until you’re happy with your high.

Cons Of Wax

Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

Wax can be awesome, but it also comes with its own set of downsides. First of all, it’s much harder to find cannabis concentrates than it is to find actual weed.

Even if you do have access to a regular supply of dabs, it can be overwhelming. You’ll have a harder time trying to function after a fat dab compared to after smoking a joint.

The final downside to wax is the stickiness. You thought you’ve dealt with sticky weed, but that stuff hardly compares to what dabs can do.

You’ll need to wash your hands in isopropyl alcohol if some gets stuck to your finger tips. If you put it on the wrong thing, you won’t even be able to get all of it off and smoke it. We recommend keeping your wax in parchment paper or a silicone jar to avoid all this.

Pros Of Weed

Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

The best part about weed is how easy it is to find. Not only is it easy to find the weed, but it’s also easy to smoke it once you’ve got it.

There are so many different ways to smoke it. You don’t even need a pipe or papers. Additionally, it is easier to function after smoking weed than it is after dabbing wax.

Cons Of Weed

Wax vs. Weed: Which One Is Better?

Smell is the biggest drawback to smoking weed. It’ll stick to your fingers, clothes, hair, and breath. If you’ve got to keep your weed habit a secret, this is probably the thing that will eventually blow your cover. Because the smell of weed travels so far, it is harder to find a place to smoke in peace, even in states where it is legal.

Additionally, the process that comes before smoking can be tedious and a hassle. If you don’t have a grinder, you’ll have to break up by hand, which wastes more time. If you’re smoking a bowl, you’ll have to grind more weed when you need to repack it.

In the mood for a blunt? It’s not going to roll itself. Once again, there is a bit more time and effort involved with smoking weed.

Finally, weed deteriorates much easier and quicker than wax. Flower will dry up and turn to trash, but wax won’t just spontaneously melt away. So for long-term storage wax is better. It’s easier to retain the potency and flavor of a dab than it is cannabis flowers.

Final Hit: Wax vs. Weed

When it comes to wax vs. weed, go with the one that best suits your needs. Are you looking for a way to get higher than ever before? Go the wax route.

Trying to handle your day to day tasks with a little extra buzz? Buy some flowers and smoke up. You can also vaporize a small amount of weed if you want to stay productive. If you ever want the best of both worlds, there are several ways to combine wax and weed.

Ab Hanna

Ab is a New York based Green Rush Daily staff writer. During his time at Stony Brook University, he specialized in advanced research and analytical writing. He attends glass art shows supporting independent artists and stays up to date with the latest product innovations.

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