What is Budder Wax? 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 and closely resembles regular butter in texture. This creamy consistency is achieved through a pretty complicated process that we’ll be covering a bit later down the road. Within the complex cannabis concentrate universe, budder is considered 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”. Great quantities of terpenes combined with a lot of THC (and of course other cannabinoids) make budder wax an extremely popular concentrate choice, but it’s not for the faint of heart – as it packs a powerful punch. Recent technological advances in concentrate extraction made it possible that certain waxes to retain a high-terpene profile while preserving great levels of THC at the same time. As a result, we now have budder waxes that are over 80% THC, which are also extremely flavorful because they have a ton of terpenes in them.
Size: 1 Gram Type: Pure Raw D8 Distillate THC: 88%+ THC Disclaimer: Seasonal change and temperature fluctuations may cause the colour to darken and oils to separate. This is normal. If oil separation occurs, re-warming the distillate to resolve this issue. To use this product effectively, we recommend heating it in the microwave for 10-15 seconds (with the bottom cap removed) and then pushing the syringe gently. The syringes can also be placed in lukewarm water for 10-15 minutes before usage.
Size: 30 Millilitres Type: Pure Raw D9 Distillate THC: 95%+ THC Disclaimer: Seasonal change and temperature fluctuations may cause the colour to darken and oils to separate which is due to oxidation which is normal and safe to consume. If oil separation occurs, re-warming the distillate to resolve this issue. To use this product effectively, we recommend heating it in the microwave for 10-15 seconds (with the bottom cap removed) and then pushing the syringe gently. The syringes can also be placed in lukewarm water for 10-15 minutes before usage.
Budder is a solvent-made cannabis concentrate. First, the cannabis is soaked in a solvent, such as butane, alcohol, or even water. CO2 extraction may also be used to pull out the cannabinoids and terpenes. The extract, which is a lot like THC oil, is then agitated and heated to about 100 degrees and then further purged using pressure and heat. The end result is the light, airy wax known as budder. Badder is a cannabis concentrate that has this generally whipped consistency that looks a bit like cake batter or thick frosting. Much like budder, badder is usually classified as a cannabis wax, but badder is going to be much stickier and thicker than budder. The concentrate most often boasts this telltale “blonde” color, which can range in hue from lighter blonde to deep gold. The best way — and, really, the only way — to consume budder is with a dabbing rig. A dab rig is basically a modified bong that accommodates a dab nail instead of bud nugs. To get your daba-daba-doo on, scoop a bit of budder with your dab tool onto the nail.
Colour: Yellow Terpene Contents: 21-30% Flavour: Citrus / Coffee / Cream / Earthy / Pine / Pungent / Sweet / Woody THC: 75-81% CBD: >1% Live Resin is one of the purest and most flavorful types of cannabis concentrates on the market. Cannabis concentrates are products that are made by extracting the trichomes from the rest of the plant material. The trichomes are where most of the plant’s cannabinoids and terpenes are produced, and these are what give you the effects of cannabis when consumed. Many popular types of cannabis extracts such as Shatter and Wax are made by dousing cannabis buds with solvents to separate the trichomes from the rest of the plant material. The solvents are then purged to leave you with a potent extract that’s high in cannabinoids. Some concentrates, such as Hash and Rosin, use solventless methods. However, Live Resin is one of the trickiest to make. While most concentrates are made from dried and cured cannabis buds, Live Resin is made from fresh cannabis flowers and buds that have been flash frozen. As such, Live Resin retains much of the fresh flavour from the terpenes of the plant. On top of that, it also contains high levels of cannabinoids making for a high-quality cannabis extract