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What is Budder in Cannabis?

Budder is one of the latest cannabis concentrates on hitting the market, and it’s taking the cannabis community by storm. But what is budder, and what makes it so special? Keep reading to find out.

Those seeking a unique canna experience should give budder a try. It’s a cannabis concentrate made by whipping the resin from wax with a liquid solvent (usually butane hash oil or BHO), and it has a higher potency than shatter or wax. The result is a thick, creamy substance that closely resembles regular butter.

Cannabis users can’t get enough of this potent and flavorful concentrate. Thanks to its ease of use and flexibility, it’s become increasingly popular in recent years. Plus, it’s got a smooth flavour that’s easy to fall in love with.

This blog post will discuss everything there is to know (and love) about budder — from how it’s made down to the benefits of using this type of cannabis concentrate. If you are looking for a new way to experience creamy cannabis, the buttery budder is worth checking out. Let’s take a closer look!

 

What is budder?

Budder is a type of BHO (butane hash oil) concentrate. It’s made by whipping solvent-extracted resin from cannabis with a solvent like butane, which results in the budder’s creamy texture and consistency.

In terms of appearance, it looks very similar to butter or cake frosting. Just like with these food products, you can easily spread budder onto a surface and shape it to your heart’s content.

This concentrate is made using a cannabis strain of choice, solvent-based extraction methods (typically butane or propane), and whipping the resulting resin into its signature buttery texture. Because it comes in a solid form, budder is easy to store and transport.

Budder has been around for a while now, but it’s recently become much more popular due to its unique flavour profile and high potency. It can be found in dispensaries all over the country (and world).

 

How is budder weed made?

The making of budder is similar to most concentrates. The main difference lies in the final step, which gives it its distinct, buttery texture. Keep reading to know more about the manufacturing process.

To begin, manufacturers select high THC cannabis strains like OG Kush or Girl Scout Cookies. The buds are then ground up and placed in a butane extraction machine. Solvents like butane, CO², or even isopropyl alcohol are then used to extract THC and other cannabinoids from the plant material.

The resulting mixture is then strained to remove any plant matter. This leaves behind a thick liquid that contains all the THC and cannabinoids. The liquid is then exposed to heat and air pressure to remove the remaining solvent. What remains is a thick, oily substance that contains all the active ingredients in cannabis.

After the purging process, the last step is to whip the cannabis oil with air until it becomes thick and creamy. This process is called whipping or emulsifying. The oil is whipped until it becomes a thick, cake batter-like substance easily scooped with a finger. Tiny air bubbles form in the oil, which gives the budder its characteristic texture and makes it easy to spread on food or smoke budder.

The final product is often coloured yellow or orange because of the THC and terpenes extracted from cannabis. Some manufacturers add a small amount of hash oil to give budder its distinctive smell and flavour.

 

What are the benefits of using budder?

There are many benefits to using budder. Let’s take a closer look at some of these benefits:

 

High Potency and Flavor

Budder is one of the most potent types of cannabis concentrates out there, with THC levels as high as 80%. This makes it perfect for those seeking an extra-strong experience with their cannabis products (especially if they don’t want to smoke flowers or use cannabis edibles).

The other great thing about budder is that it has a very smooth flavour, making it pleasant to consume. It’s also easy on your lungs when compared with smoking flowers. This means you can enjoy the full-bodied taste of this concentrate without worrying about the harshness in your throat or chest.

 

It’s easy to use

Budder is easy to use, making it a great option for first-time cannabis users. You can consume this concentrate by smoking it in a joint or pipe, vaping it with your favourite vape pen (or dab tool), and even as an edible! The flavour of budder is not affected by how you consume it either, so there are no worries about harshness when vaporizing or smoking this concentrate.

 

Ease of Storage and Transport

Budder is a solid concentrate, making it easy to store and transport. This is especially beneficial if you are on the go and need to bring your cannabis products with you. Plus, because budder doesn’t require any special equipment or tools to consume, it’s perfect for those who want an easy and convenient cannabis experience.

 

You can customize your experience with budder.

Budder is a great option for those who want to customize their cannabis experience. This concentrate comes in different consistencies, which means it’s easy to find what works best for you. You can even add other ingredients like cocoa butter or coconut oil and make your edible version of this concentrate!

 

It’s easy to make at home.

Budder concentrates are relatively easy to make at home. You need some cannabis flower, a solvent (butane), and a few other basic tools like bowls and strainer screens! It does take some know-how, though, but creating budder at your home is not entirely impossible. Check out some of the great online tutorials to get started.

 

What does budder taste like compared to other cannabis concentrates?

Like with other types of cannabis concentrates, the flavour of the budder is affected by the strain used to make it. However, most people agree that this concentrate has a smooth and creamy taste that’s quite pleasant. It’s also easy on your lungs, making it a great choice for those with respiratory issues.

Compared to other concentrates, budder has a milder flavour. This is because it’s made with butane and other solvents, which can strip some plant matter from cannabis flowers or trim.

Some users have compared the flavour of budder to that of cake frosting or buttery popcorn, which makes sense considering its texture and consistency are very similar. It’s also easy on your lungs, making it an excellent choice for those with respiratory issues.

 

What is the difference between budder and live resin?

Budder weed is a type of cannabis concentrate made by extracting THC and terpenes from cannabis flowers. The final product is often coloured yellow or orange because of the THC and terpenes extracted from cannabis. Some manufacturers add a small amount of hash oil to give the budder its distinctive smell and flavour.

On the other hand, live resin is a type of cannabis concentrate made by extracting THC and terpenes from fresh cannabis plants. The resin glands of the live plants are extracted while the plants are still fresh, which gives live resin concentrate its distinctive smell and flavour.

 

What is the difference between budder and shatter?

Shatter is another popular cannabis concentrate, and it’s often compared to budder because they look similar in appearance. Both concentrates are made using cannabis resin whipped into a butter-like consistency, but there are significant differences between these two types of cannabis concentrates.

The most notable difference is the appearance: budder has a smooth, creamy texture similar to butter or frosting; shatter looks like hard candy (think of sugar glass). Shatter also tends to be more brittle than its buttery counterpart due to the way it’s made (using lower temperatures).

Budder is also known for its smooth flavour, while shatter tends to have an earthy taste. Another difference between these two concentrates is that budder usually has more terpenes than shatter does because they’re whipped at different times during extraction processes, resulting in varying amounts of terpenes.

 

Which is Better: Budder or Shatter?

That’s a tough question to answer because it depends on what you’re looking for in a cannabis concentrate. If you want something easy to use and has a smooth flavour, then budder is the way to go. However, if you prefer concentrates with a more intense flavour and are looking for something with a high THC content, then shatter is probably the better option.

It all comes down to personal preference! Try out both budder and shatter and see which one you like best. You might be surprised at how different they both are!

 

What is the difference between budder and Crumble?

Budder is a cannabis concentrate made by whipping the resin of the bud with some fat or oil. This makes it more solid and gives it a smooth, creamy texture. On the other hand, Crumble is a type of cannabis concentrate that is made by breaking up the buds with your hands or by using a grinder. It usually has a more crumbly texture.

In terms of flavour, budder is often described as smoother and creamier than Crumble. It also has a stronger cannabis flavour, which some people prefer. On the other hand, Crumble has a more subtle flavour and is less potent than budder.

 

Which is Better: Budder or Crumble?

Which one you choose depends on your personal preferences. If you want a strong cannabis flavour and don’t mind the extra work required to make it, then budder is probably right for you. If you want something less potent and easier to make at home, crumble might be better suited.

The main difference between budder and crumble wax is how they are made; however, both products can produce similar effects when smoked or eaten orally (by eating or drinking the concentrate). So, it comes down to personal preference. Try out both types and see which one you like best!

 

How do you use budder?

Budder is versatile and can be easily eaten, smoked (joints/pipes), or vaped with your favourite vape pen or dab rig.

 

Smoking

Budder is most often used by rolling it into joints, pipes, vaporizers, blunts, bowls, etc. It sometimes takes on the consistency of whipped cream due to the low extraction temperatures. If you want to try this concentrate but are scared of vaping it for some reason, then ask your budtender at one of our recommended dispensaries for an edible that contains budder!

 

Vaping

If you’re looking for something with a much more potent high, then consider using budder in your vaporizer or dab rig. Vaping budder is much like smoking it. However, it’s important to note that the flavour of this concentrate is not affected by how you consume it.

If you plan to vape budder, make sure that you have a vaporizer or dab rig designed for concentrates. Using a budder with a regular vaporizer might damage the product instead.

It’s important to note that the flavour of this concentrate is not affected by how you consume it. If you plan to vape budder, ensure that you have a vaporizer or dab rig prepared beforehand. Using budder with a regular vaporizer will likely end up damaging the product instead!

 

Dabbing

Dabbing is a great way to consume budder. This concentrate can be used with your favourite vape pen or dab rig – either by dropping some onto the heating element or using it in an oil cartridge as long as there are no leaks!

Some cannabis users, especially the newly-acquainted, might be intimidated by dabbing. The truth is: dabbing isn’t all that hard to do. It only takes some practice until you have it all figured out in no time.

Once you’ve set up your dab rig, follow these steps to dab your first budder concentrate successfully:

 

  1. Heat the nail on your dab rig using a torch until it’s red hot. Make sure to allow some time for the nail to cool down before touching anything with your hands because it will still be very hot! If possible, use tongs when handling heated nails not to burn yourself.
  2. Once you’ve got everything set up, take a small piece of budder (about the size of a grain of rice) and place it on top of the heated nail.
  3. Use your dabber to inhale the vapour produced by the concentrate. Be sure to hold in the hit for as long as you can so you get the most out of it!
  4. Release the hit by exhaling slowly through your mouth.

 

As you’re dabbing, keep in mind that this is a very potent concentrate, so start small and go from there. You can always take another dab budder if needed! It’s also important to note how long it takes for effects to kick in; some people may feel them almost instantly, while others might not feel anything until after a few minutes.

 

Eating

Budder can also be eaten and will give you a long-lasting high. It can be added to your food or beverage or even taken as a pill!

When eating budder, make sure to start with small doses until you know how it will affect you. You should also remember that this concentration can take up to an hour before taking effect, so if you’re looking for immediate relief, oral consumption might not be the best route.

That being said, we generally don’t recommend eating budder as it is. Eating the concentrate can be a bit harsh on your throat and lungs, so we recommend mixing it with some other food items.

 

Mixing

You can mix budder with any other edible ingredient and still get its effects as long as they contain THC (such as butter). This is a great way to make your edibles at home or find new ways of consuming cannabis concentrates!

Budder can also be used in place of butter when making baked goods. Just make sure that if you’re cooking with budder, the temperature doesn’t get too high (above 160 degrees Fahrenheit), or else all those cannabinoids will be destroyed!

If you do plan to mix budder with your edibles, here are a few reminders, so you don’t miss out on the canna-concentrate experience:

 

  1. Don’t forget to decarboxylate the product. Decarboxylation is simply a fancy name for activating the cannabinoids and terpenes in budder with heat. You can do this by placing the concentrate in a preheated oven for a few minutes.
  2. The best way to make sure your budder is decarboxylated is by checking its colour. The darker it becomes, the more potent it will be after baking. It’s also important not to overheat cannabis concentrates because they can burn easily!
  3. When cooking with budder, always use a lower temperature than if you were using butter. This is because the cannabinoids in cannabis concentrates are sensitive to heat and will start to break down at higher temperatures.
  4. You can choose to go easy on the flavourings if you plan to infuse your edibles with budder. That’s because budder contains high concentrations of both terpenes and flavonoids. These aromatic compounds can add to the complexity of the edible’s flavour, so you might want to save them for later batches.
  5. Budder is a stable concentrate stored at room temperature in an airtight container. Ensure to keep it away from direct sunlight and heat, as this could cause the cannabinoids to degrade over time.

 

Twaxing

If you’re looking for a way to consume budder that’s a little more interesting, why not try twaxing? This is when you add the concentrate to your smoking material (usually cannabis flower or tobacco) and smoke it like you would a joint.

This method of consumption can be a bit harsh on your throat and lungs, so if you’re looking for something easy on the lungs, twaxing may not be your best bet.

 

How do I store my budder cannabis concentrate?

Budder should not be kept in a refrigerator because it can get too cold and harden up again. Instead, it’s best stored at room temperature in an airtight container like a mason jar so that there are no problems with humidity levels affecting the consistency of your budder.

The best way to store this concentrate is by putting some parchment paper down on a plate or flat surface before covering it with your budder. This will help to keep it from sticking together and make it easier to use when you need it.

 

Can budder go bad?

Just like with other cannabis concentrates, budder can go bad. The cannabinoids will degrade over time, and the concentrate will start to smell and taste bad. It’s best to store it in an airtight container away from direct sunlight and heat.

 

What are the side effects of consuming budder?

The side effects of consuming budder can depend on how much you take and how often you consume it. Some people might experience dry mouth and eyes, while others might feel more anxious or paranoid. It’s also important to note that eating budder can cause your stomach to feel upset, so it’s best to eat this concentrate in small doses.

 

Tips when buying budder wax

When buying budder wax, you should always look for a concentrate that is golden in colour and has a smooth texture. The consistency should be somewhere between butter and honey, and it should be easy to spread.

Ensure that the budder wax is free of contaminants like plant matter, solvents, and pesticides. You can do this by checking the concentrate’s label or asking the vendor if they have any third-party lab testing results available.

The THC content of budder wax can vary, so it’s essential to ask the vendor how potent their product is. You should also be aware that the effects of this concentrate can last for up to six hours, so make sure you’re prepared for a long-lasting high!

Another thing to note when purchasing budder wax is the price. This concentrate can be a bit more expensive than other forms of cannabis, so make sure you’re prepared to spend a little extra.

Though it’s not a regulated product, it helps check if the product has been lab-tested or certified by a third party. This will give you peace of mind that your budder wax is safe and has been held to high standards.

 

Pokebud’s Recommendations: Budder Wax To Try

If you’re looking to try out some budder wax, here are a few strains that we recommend. Each selection is guaranteed to give you the creamy and buttery canna experience that’s piqued your curiosity!

 

Green Supreme Budder

Looking to take your dabbing experience to the next level? Look no further than Green Supreme Budder. This terpene-rich cannabis extract is made with the fresh and frozen matter, ensuring a high concentration of terpenes in the final product. With an excellent consistency and potent flavour, Green Supreme Budder is sure to deliver an unforgettable dabbing experience.

 

Highlights

  • Available in three different strains – Sunset Sherbet x High Octane OG, Death Bubba, Star Killer, and Jack Herer.
  • Made with High Terpene Full Spectrum Extracts (HFSE).
  • Best used for pain and stress symptoms.
  • Earn up to 40 PokePoints.

 

GOLDEN MONKEY EXTRACTS Budder

Golden Monkey Extracts’ budder is one of the most flavorful and potent concentrates out there. The extraction process minimizes terpene loss, so you get an intense hit that’s packed with flavour. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced dabber, GME’s budder is sure to satisfy you!

Highlights

 

  • Available in three different strains – Death Bubba, Rockstar, Wifi OG, and Gorilla Glue.
  • Infused with naturally-occurring cannabis terpenes.
  • Earn up to 40 PokePoints with each purchase.

 

Conclusion

Budder is the newest cannabis concentrate on the market, and for a good reason: it’s delicious, easy to use, and has a high THC content! If you’re looking for something new to try in the world of cannabis concentrates, then budder is the way to go.

When it comes to cannabis concentrates, budder is one of the most potent forms you can find. That’s because it contains high levels of THC, which is the cannabinoid that gets you high. This makes eating budder an excellent choice for people looking for an intensely psychoactive experience!

Here at Pokebud, we offer a wide selection of concentrates and extracts for all your needs. If you’re looking to get high from the comfort of home, then be sure to check out our online dispensary — try out Green Supreme or GOLDEN MONKEY EXTRACTS budder today!