White crumble wax, honey crumble or other forms of weed crumble are made through a unique extraction process involving cold temperatures, flash-freezing and organic solvents. Unlike with most concentrates extractions, crumble starts with placing buds in extremely cold temperatures. These cold chambers are low enough in temperature to essentially flash-freeze the plant material.
Quickly after freezing has occurred, the buds are exchanged into a solvent container or chamber. This fast transportation from extreme cold to regular temperatures, combined with the chemical reactions initiated by the solvents, divides the flowers from the trichomes, cannabinoids and terpenes.
Next, the plant materials are removed leaving only the valuable potent stuff that we’re all keen on smoking. Finally, heat and pressure are added in order to force vaporization of the solvent and any excess liquid. This final purging step leaves behind the crumbly wax-like substance you’re after.