Budder and Badder and Batter
Without a doubt, without concentrates, the modern cannabis scene would be a little less varied. Still, learning about concentrates is likely to be a little hard at first. There are a lot of different kinds, and some of them sound a lot like others. Case in point, budder, batter, and badder. So, what is the real difference between budder, batter, and badder, if there is one? Here’s what you need to know about these three popular concentrates as you get to know them.
What does budder mean?
Budder is a concentrate of marijuana that really does look and feel like butter. Budder is a softer concentrate that can be spread like butter that has been softened. Budder can be a lot of different colors, depending on how it was made and what strain it came from. So, you can find budder that is either golden or has a greenish-brown tint to it.
How is budder made?
Budder is a cannabis concentrate made with a solvent. First, the cannabis is soaked in a solvent, like butane, alcohol, or even water. CO2 extraction is another way to get the cannabinoids and terpenes out of the plant. The extract, which looks a lot like THC oil, is then stirred and heated to about 100 degrees. Pressure and heat are then used to get rid of more impurities. The end result is budder, a light, airy wax.
What is badder?
Badder is a cannabis concentrate that looks a bit like cake batter or thick frosting because it is often whipped. Badder is usually thought of as a type of cannabis wax, like budder, but it will be much stickier and thicker than budder. Most of the time, the concentrate has this distinctive “blonde” color, which can range from lighter blonde to deep gold.
What does it mean?
Badder is just another name for batter. People and brands spell them differently, but they are both the same type of cannabis concentrate. So, if you go to a dispensary and buy something labeled batter next to something labeled badder, you’ll get the same consistency and ways to use it.
How do you make batter (or badder)?
Badder is made with solvents, air pressure, and heat in a way that is similar to how budder is made. How much heat and air pressure are used to make the final product is the main difference.
How to Use Budder or Batter/Badder
Budder or badder is heated, and the vapors can be inhaled in one of two ways, just like most cannabis concentrates. It should only be a “dab.” Most people smoke concentrates with a dab rig, which is similar to a bong but has a nail and a dome for heating the concentrate. The vapors are then sucked in through a mouthpiece.
Wax concentrates can also be used by mixing them with regular flower and smoking them in a joint, bong, or pipe. Because the wax is so strong and because it will change the way the flower burns, you should only use very small pieces. This is a good way to try wax concentrates if you don’t have a dab rig and just want to play around with them. An also, only get your supply from a legitimate business like Local Weed Delivery USA. Call us for a discreet Weed Delivery San Pedro for your convenience.