EarWax Marijuana

What is Earwax?

Dubbed pot’s most powerful high, earwax marijuana – also known as “dabs,” “honey oil,” or “butter” – has become a growing problem in the United States.

Earwax was a name given for its yellowish color and texture, it is a form of Hashish which is a concentrated form of THC, Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the main psychoactive compound in the marijuana plant. 

Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the drug in marijuana that induces a high. While pot contains roughly 20 percent THC, earwax – which is butane hash oil – can contain up to 80 percent of it, making it a lot more potent.

What are the short and long term effects of Ear Wax?

The short and long term of effects of smoking Ear Wax is the same as smoking marijuana. Short term effects include slowed thought process, decreased motor function or reaction, increased heart rate, paranoia, anxiety and learning difficulties.

Long term effects include lowered immune system which puts one at a greater risk of catching chest colds or lung problems, developing various forms of cancer such as lung cancer or testicular cancer, reproductive problems such as low sperm count or sterility, social withdrawal and build up of THC in the fatty tissues such as brain tissue where it causes can linger.

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