Budder, also known as budder wax, is a type of THC-rich cannabis concentrate. It shouldn’t be confused with cannabinoid-infused butter (aka cannabutter), which is used for making edibles and other delicacies.
Budder is amber/yellowish in color and closely resembles regular butter in texture. Within the complex cannabis concentrate universe, budder is considered as one of the waxes, which is an umbrella term for all the concentrates that possess a wax-like texture.
What primarily separates budder from other wax-like concentrates is its high terpene profile, and this trait makes budder more flavorful and aromatic, compared to its “competitors”.
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What does budder mean?
Budder is another name for honey oil and other oily cannabis concentrates. Like its name suggests, budder is a thickened, oily substance that can be spread on food, edibles, other modes of cannabis like butter.
Is budder a dab?
Budder can be smoked, eaten and absorbed in a variety of ways but it's meant to be dabbed. Most stoner dab budder and/or shatter because they are the perfect blend of viscosity to preserve their potency as they're converted to gaseous form and inhaled.
Is budder stronger than live resin?
Both live resin and budder can be quite potent, but it ultimately depends on the plant genetics and cultivation/processing techniques used to produce it. Budder is very pliable and can last a significant amount of time, whereas live resin takes a lot more handling/care to maintain its freshness & potency.