After skillful agitation and time in the vacuum oven, sugar wax is created. Sugar wax has a waxy, crystalline consistency (similar to clumpy, wet sugar). Depending on the marijuana strain used and extraction process, among other variables, sugar wax can range in color anywhere from light gold all the way to dark amber.
With high potencies, cannabis sugar wax generally isn’t recommended for beginning marijuana users. A common way to consume sugar wax is through dabbing (a form of inhalation, similar to a bong). Cannabis concentrate users prefer sugar wax over other forms of concentrates because it can be made in very high potency levels and it works well with a dab mat (among other dabbing tools).
Cali Kush must have been a no-brainer when it came time to name this strain given the popularity of Kush varieties in The Golden State. Cali Kush buds have a fruity citrus aroma with the darker coffee notes of a kush. Spicier tones and the coffee kushness are more apparent in the taste. The indica-dominant variation of this hybrid has been more popular, but a sativa-dominant version has also been spotted.