Wax is the purest form of CBD available. It has a clean earthy taste, as it seems mother nature has purposefully intended.
An umbrella name for a variety of concentrate viscosities, wax may also be called live resin, crumble, badder and budder. One way to tell them apart is by their appearance; live resin is stickier, crumble looks like honeycomb, badder has a cake batter like texture, and budder, well, you guessed it. Shatter is considered a wax, but it doesn’t fully crystallize during the extraction process. Shatter looks like honey colored glass.
Consistency isn’t the only difference between shatter and wax. Made from pure CBD isolate, shatter contains no other cannabinoids. Wax crumble is made from broad spectrum distillate, meaning, in addition to CBD, a symphony of cannabinoids work together for your benefit. They include CBG, CBC, and CBN. Cannabinoids working together to create stronger results is known as the entourage effect.
Choosing Shatter vs. Wax
Wax vs. shatter is entirely a personal preference. We suggest trying both and seeing which one you prefer. If you’re on a budget, shatter is a bit more cost effective. However, you may find you enjoy keeping both on hand, so you have options depending on what effect you’re trying to achieve.
Attributes of Wax
- Robust flavor
- Immediacy of relief
Why Choose Steve’s Goods Broad Spectrum CBD Wax Crumble?
We’ve won some bragging rights! We were voted #1 Best Concentrate in Colorado by Rooster Magazine in July 2018. We’re the best!!!
Our goal has always been to produce the finest concentrates around — attention to detail, patience, and research pay off with a clean, delicious and most importantly effective product.
Our Broad Spectrum CBD Wax Crumble is made with two ingredients, alcohol, and the highest quality locally grown industrial hemp. Broad Spectrum means you receive benefits from CBG, CBN, and CBC without THC. Wax is non-psychoactive; it doesn’t get you high.
Ever since Steve personally experienced the benefits of taking cannabinoids, he’s made it his mission to bring mother earth’s beautiful medicine to the masses. There are a few critical guidelines Steve’s Goods always follows 1) Produce the highest quality, best tasting, most effective products available 2) Make the product as affordable as possible and 3) Keep on top of the latest research and bring to market products reflecting it.
Directions For Using Broad Spectrum CBD Wax Crumble
Don’t let yourself overlook this method of taking CBD just because there’s a special way to smoke it. Wax is easy to use. Break off a piece. Place the piece on the nail or in your selected method, light and enjoy! Temperature is important when you’re dabbing; you want to keep it low. Follow the directions that come with your device.
Now, about the device; you’ll need a dabbing rig, e-nail, or a vape pen designed for shatter. If you prefer you can layer it between flower in a pipe or lace it into a joint, but if you want to have more control over your dabbing experience we recommend investing in the proper equipment.
Some e-nails heat to temperature without a torch, those are pretty handy. There are portable nails, rigs that use torches, and a wide selection of options. Just a little research will help you choose the one that’s right for you.
Locally Grown Colorado Industrial Hemp, Alcohol, and Water
Broad Spectrum CBD Wax Crumble is available in two sizes, ½ gram and full gram.
Whether you enjoy fruity, earthy or sweet flavors, we’ve got you covered. CBD Wax Crumble comes in Blueberry OG, Watermelon OG, Pineapple Express, Terpin Gorilla, and Girl Scout Cookies.
How Much CBD Is In a Dose?
Figuring out how much CBD is in your dose of wax is as easy as separating your gram into segments. If you have 100 mg. slab and you divide it into ten pieces; each piece will have approx 10 mg. And you can go from there!
Customer Stories about Steve’s Goods CBD Waxes
Zachery, a veteran who suffers from PTSD and mild to severe depression, was hesitant to buy CBD online. But, when his wax order arrived…“It smelled like ripe, juicy pineapples and made my mouth water. I’m not going anywhere else to get my CBD. Steve, you’re the best!”
Zbasnik1 used to take 120 pills a month to deal with anxiety/bipolar/ADHD issues. It was killing not only his enthusiasm but also his liver. “Dude, you make wax so good I want to give you a high five! A few hits of your product does what all those garbage pills did. I tell all my friends and family about it. Steve brings the very best to the table.”
Abby rarely leaves reviews but was thrilled to find our products. She ordered the shatter sampler pack because she didn’t want to be stuck with something she didn’t like. It turns out she loved them all, but her favorites were Blueberry OG and Terpin Gorilla. “The TG tastes similar to the BB but with a slight earthy herbal tone, which is what I was looking for. I love the taste of marijuana, and it’s hard to find CBD that still has a little bit of that underlying earth taste.”
Why is Locally Grown Colorado Hemp More Trusted Among Consumers?
You might be thinking to yourself; hemp is hemp. Why does it matter who grows it and where? And you might not be having that thought at all. But, if you are, here are some things to consider.
There are many factors in the mix when it comes to growing quality hemp. They include soil, temperature, nutrients, time of harvest, etc., etc. And, that’s only the beginning of the story.
We track the industrial hemp used in our products from seed to sale. We’ve met the farmers and been to the farms. Tracking from seed to sale means we oversee our product every step along the way to assure purity and quality: nothing but the best.
Hemp products made from plants grown outside of the USA come with risks. There could be more than .03% THC, less CBD than claimed on the bottle; the plants could have been moldy or stored incorrectly; not every source can be trusted.
When you purchase locally sourced products, you’re supporting the newly re-ignited hemp business in the United States. You’re showing farmers you stand by them while demonstrating to the economy of our country the importance of cultivating this vital, ancient crop.