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SNX Agent Orange Full-Spectrum Crumble

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Type: Sativa-Dominant Hybrid
THC: 61.59%
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SNX Agent Orange Full-Spectrum Crumble

Lab Tested

THC 61.59%

Strain

Combine Orange Skunk with Jack’s Cleaner and Space Queen, and you get Agent Orange – no, not the Vietnam-era pesticide, but rather the medical marijuana strain. Agent Orange is also known as “Agent O,” a sativa-dominant hybrid with a 75:25 sativa/indica ratio.

With THC levels up to 25%, it definitely one of the most potent strains around; it’s a very effective medication for many people. Agent Orange produces an uplifting cerebral high ideal for depression, anxiety, and migraines. It can be useful in treating minor aches and pains, but it isn’t recommended for treatment of chronic pain.

Agent Orange is a fun choice for everyday living that medicates without overpowering. The high starts to descend after just half an hour, making this a good strain for daytime activities and house chores.

Agent Orange smells like citrus, naturally, and it tastes like sweet and spicy oranges, while the bud has a deep purple appearance.

There are few adverse effects, though dry mouth is possible. Agent Orange, despite its name and the massive military mistake associated with it, is popular across the United States, but especially in Michigan and the Pacific Northwest.

Features

Flavors CitrusOrangeSweet
Aromas CheeseCitrusOrange

 

SNX Agent Orange Full-Spectrum Crumble

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Usage: Crumble Wax

Crumble, sometimes called crumble wax or honeycomb wax, is a cannabis extract identified by its malleable texture that falls apart, or “crumbles,” when handled.

Unlike other weed concentrates, such as shatter, wax, budder, resin, or cannabis oils, Black Afghani Full-Spectrum Crumble is quite versatile. Not limited to dabbing only, you can easily add it to joints, blunts, or spliffs, or sprinkle crumble over the top of marijuana buds in a bowl or pipe.

The dry, fragmented, and crumbly texture gives this concentrate its name. This is a result of its unique production technique. It involves processing at lower temperatures for a much longer period of time than other concentrates.

Its crumbly consistency can make it harder to handle than concentrates like shatter or budder. However, crumble wax has a reputation for giving consumers an especially potent and tasty experience.

SNX Agent Orange Full-Spectrum Crumble

What Is Crumble?

Crumble is an extract, a form of cannabis concentrate produced using a solvent such as butane or CO2 in combination with heat and pressure. But unlike other more viscous concentrates, this one is dry and crumbly, just as one would expect. In fact, it is one of the driest extracts on the market.

Brands make crumble using either dried and cured cannabis flowers, or fresh flowers quickly frozen at an extremely low temperature. In this case, the end product is technically classified as a type of live resin.

Crumble wax is generally light yellow in color, typically having the consistency of dry crumbs. But it can also have a honeycomb structure that easily falls apart into its more distinctive crumbly texture. Over time, it tends to change color, going from light yellow to amber.

Because it’s so crumbly and falls apart so easily, crumble wax can be a bit more difficult to handle than other extracts and concentrates. But its unique solvent purging process may leave intact a very high proportion of the original terpenes and other key compounds such as THC, producing effects that can be ultra flavorful and potent.

How To Dab Crumble

Dabbing is by far the most popular way to consume concentrates and extracts. Because concentrates are more potent than flower, dabbing produces a much stronger range of effects. Dabbing using high temperatures to vaporize cannabis rather than burning it. The result will be the flavors and aromas being much cleaner and more robust.

Dabbing crumble follows the exact same process as any other concentrate. Heat the nail, scoop some crumble onto it, and inhale the vapor. The key difference with crumble is that it’s much better to use a spoon-shaped dabber that a flat-tipped dabber. This makes it easier to scoop the crumble out of its container. It’s also easier to get onto the nail without any crumbles falling off.

You can also use any vape pen that allows you to dab actual globs of concentrate and doesn’t restrict you to using cartridges only.

How To Smoke Crumble

Versatility is one of this concentrate’s biggest benefits, and there are several simple ways to consume crumble. In addition to dabbing it like any other marijuana concentrate, you can also easily incorporate it into other smoking techniques.

One option is to add it to joints, blunts, or spliffs. Break down your extract into relatively small crumbles. Then fill your rolling paper or wrapper with flower and sprinkle your crumble evenly across the top of the flower. Finish rolling, spark up, and smoke your crumble-enhanced joint, blunt, or spliff the same way you always do. The flower/crumble combination contains much more THC than flower alone, producing significantly heightened effects.

You can also smoke crumble out of a bong or pipe. Simply pack the bowl with flower. Top it off with a bit of crumble. Apply heat… and get ready for liftoff.

How To Store Crumble

As with any form of cannabis, properly storing crumble helps maintain its aroma, flavor, and potency. It also slows down the natural degradation of the extract.

Exposure to high temperatures, moisture, oxygen, and light speeds up the degradation process, damaging THC and other cannabinoids. If this happens, you may notice your crumble become darker in color. You may also notice your crumble beginning to lose quality in terms of taste, smell, potency, and effects.

The best way to ensure the longest shelf life possible is to store crumble properly. Use an airtight, lightproof container, and store away from direct light and out of extreme temperatures. Glass or silicone is ideal for this.

SNX Agent Orange Full-Spectrum Crumble

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