Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux CBD BHO Wax
Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux CBD BHO Wax
Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux BHO CBD Wax Lid Label
Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux CBD BHO Wax
Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux CBD BHO Wax
Sauce Warehouse Shaolin Gleaux BHO CBD Wax Lid Label

Shaolin Gleaux BHO Wax

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Shaolin Gleaux BHO wax is hydrocarbon extracted and has been tested for residual solvents.  Shaolin Gleaux is a sativa dominant strain created by crossing Tangistam R4 x Alpen Gleaux.

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•Tangistam R4 x Alpen Gleaux

•True consistency
•No added terpenes
•Hydrocarbon extraction

1 Gram
CBD: 2.15%
CBDa: 64.12%
CBDVa: 0.163%
CBG: 0.22%
CBGa: 0.52%
CBC: 0.34%
CBCa: 9.55%
THCa: 2.86%
Delta-9 THC: 0.25%

The Shaolin Gleaux strain is a relatively new hemp flower cultivar that was introduced by High Alpine Genetics.

A cross between Tangistam R4 and Alpen Gleaux, Shaolin Gleaux is sativa dominant strain and tends to have a high amount of the cannabinoid CBDa.

The flowers themselves are dense with deep shades of purple and pink, with an appearance similar to the Pink Panther strain. The aroma of these flowers is reminiscent of gassy sour diesel with notes of sweet fruit and a touch of bubble gum.

Prominent terpenes include Limonene, Terpinolene, Caryophyllene & Myrcene. Shaolin Gleaux is a very intense and satisfying strain to say the least!

High CBD BHO Dab wax is a rare, almost exotic form of wax in the CBD concentrate world.

Butane extraction methods are used to extract this honey-like BHO wax from high CBD/CBG flower. BHO stands for butane hash oil, a reference to the highly concentrated wax that results from the butane extraction.

Dabbing CBD BHO wax allows users to experience a potent and immediate full spectrum effect that is unique to this type of wax and cannot be experienced using other types of CBD products.

BHO wax is essentially weed, minus the weed. All the terpenes and cannabinoids present in cannabis are extracted from the plant material which results in a highly concentrated wax.

Hydrocarbon extraction can produce various forms of concentrates, including budder, shatter, and of course, wax. The differences between these types of concentrates depend on the extraction method and the consistency.

After trimming the cannabis buds there is often plenty of trim, stems, and left-over plant material that would otherwise go to waste, but all of it can be used to create wax. These parts of the plant still contain trichomes and plenty of valuable cannabinoids and terpenes.

The process of creating BHO wax begins with grinding up the flower or excess trim. Next, the ground plant material is packed into a tube. Tubes made specifically for making BHO wax can often be purchased at headshops or online, however, PVC or metal pipes with sealed fittings at the end are also commonly used. In large scale commercial labs, BHO wax is made with specialized hydrocarbon extraction equipment.

With all the plant material packed securely inside the tube, liquid butane solvent is forced through it. The butane solvent extracts all the active compounds in the raw plant material. This highly concentrated extract rich in cannabinoids and terpenes is then expelled from the end of the tube.

CBD BHO Wax Created by Professionals

While BHO wax can be extracted from stems and leaves, it is much better to use premium-grade bud. The butane hash oil extraction process strips the resin glands, or trichomes, from the plant material. The plant material is left behind, and you are left with a highly concentrated and potent wax.

Theoretically, BHO wax is a great idea. Non-polar solvent is run through the cannabis. As it works its way through the plant matter, it dissolves the resin glands on contact. The best part is, chlorophyll and other undesirable plant matter is left behind. When the process is finished, the butane hash oil wax is collected in a container.
Finally, the collected wax is left to sit or placed in a vacuum oven so the solvent can be evaporated. The end product is clean and potent wax rich in CBD and terpenes, with no nasty solvents or residues left behind. That is, when it is created by professionals who have done it right.

The reality is, making quality CBD BHO Wax involves expensive equipment and expertise to get the job done correctly. The following are a few techniques used by professionals. We do not recommend attempting any of this at home, it is extremely dangerous.

Butane Extraction Methods

When it comes to cannabis and hemp extraction using butane, there are two methods. Open extractions, or “open blasting”, and closed extractions, also known as “closed loop”.

Open Blasting

Open blasting was the original extraction method used for BHO wax. A stainless steel or glass tube is filled with cannabis or hemp material, and butane is then passed through the tube. This results in a thick yellow-orange, oil that comes out the end of the tube. The solvent is then evaporated from the oil. Once the oil has been purged of the solvent and dried, it becomes usable wax.

Obviously, there are some issues with open blasting. With nothing to contain the solvent, there is always the risk of an explosion. Not only this, but it is also one of the most wasteful ways to extract cannabinoids.

Closed Loop

A closed-loop system is a much more efficient and much safer method of extracting cannabinoids because there is no way for the solvent to leak. The solvent is placed in a pressurized tank that is attached to an extraction tube containing the plant material. Everything is kept within the extraction system, hence the term “closed-loop”.

While this is a much safer method of extraction, it is necessary to check the equipment routinely. This also contributes to the higher cost of this extraction method, which usually limits its use to the professionals.

The traditional methods of smoking cannabis are surely here to stay, whether you use joints, blunts, or bowls, combusting the herb is the popular method of consumption for many cannabis users. However, CBD BHO wax is a viable alternative that offers the same great effects without the inhalation of smoke. Some may argue that this makes dabbing a healthier alternative to smoking.

BHO (Butane Hash Oil) is a honey-like wax that is usually syrupy & sticky. This wax is a potent hemp extract that contains active terpenes and cannabinoids that have been extracted using a liquid butane solvent.

This concentrated wax is extremely strong and loaded with CBD. The effects are much stronger compared to those experienced when smoking hemp flower or using other traditional CBD products. This is due to the higher concentrations of CBD and other cannabinoids. When making your own BHO wax, it is important to be extremely careful and aware of the inherent risks involved with the extraction process. BHO wax is a unique and beneficial CBD concentrate, but there are some things you should know before taking that dab.

Overall Safety of BHO Wax

At the end of the day, butane hash oil, or CBD BHO Wax is not necessarily dangerous. The danger associated with BHO wax primarily involves amateur extraction methods and carless mistakes. Over the years BHO wax has gotten a bad name because of home extractions gone wrong that resulted in explosions, fires, and serious injuries.

When extracted correctly by a professional, the risk of explosion or injury is extremely low. Additionally, professional extraction artists can successfully purge all solvents from the wax to ensure a clean and safe product. Dabbing or vaporizing these professionally made extracts may even be safer than smoking.

The problem with BHO wax made by DIY amateurs at home is that it is impossible to know the quality of the wax. Even if you perform the extraction yourself, there is no way to know if it contains dangerous solvents or chemicals. You could of course spend thousands on extraction equipment and lab testing, but that’s probably not an option. The only reasonable, safe, and healthy alternative is to buy your CBD BHO wax from trusted and reputable brand that works with professionals.

Sauce Warehouse works with experienced extraction artists that produce safe, high quality BHO wax and other hydrocarbon extracted CBD concentrates.

If you are new to full spectrum CBD BHO Wax, start with a small dose and work your way up. It can be stronger than your typical full spectrum CBD product. Most importantly, please do not attempt butane extraction yourself! It is too dangerous and not worth the risk.

Butane alone is not particularly dangerous. The FDA lists butane as a food additive. Many companies even use butane as an artificial antioxidant to keep food fresh. However, it is important to note that there is little research available regarding the safety of inhaling butane. Always be sure to purchase BHO wax from a trusted source and avoid using anything ‘homemade’ without a proper lab test.

Vaping or dabbing BHO wax that contains butane residue could be dangerous as you would be inhaling the butane directly. There are worse things to inhale than butane though. In its liquid form, butane is too viscous to use in pumps. Because of this, it is usually cut with harsh chemical thinners like neopentane and hexane, which are known carcinogens.

Reliable vendors of BHO wax like Sauce Warehouse will always provide residual solvent lab results to ensure products do not contain any of these harmful chemicals.

There is yet another concern involved with the inhalation of BHO wax. Cannabis and hemp plants have a waxy outer layer known as a cuticle. When combusted, this wax layer is burned off and is not an issue.

However, vaporizing may not produce a high enough temperature to burn off the cuticle. Instead, wax may accumulate in the lungs and form granulomas, or insoluble lipid fragments. The best way to avoid this is dabbing instead of using low temperature vape pens or vaporizers. Dabbing generates a high enough temperature to burn off the cuticle fragments in BHO wax.