Budder is a terpene-rich cannabis extract. Using strains harvested fresh from the MÜV Cultivation, the strain-specific concentrate is crafted by melting down Shatter and delicately, but intently, whipping the extract. By whipping, the concentrate becomes homogenous in cannabinoid and terpene distribution.
Depending on the strain and its terpene and cannabinoid content, Budder can range from creamy, like a ball of thick peanut butter, to crumbly yet malleable, like cookie dough, with colors from light tan to deep gold.
Because Budder is not decarboxylated, appropriate delivery methods such as the Terp Pen or Puffco Plus are required to fully activate concentrated cannabinoids and terpenes.
25 mg (grain of rice-sized piece)
30-day supply: $48.90
50-day supply: $81.50
70-day supply: $114.10
Contains ~40 doses per gram
The consistency of budder isn’t as runny as oil nor as hard as shatter. It is whipped into a creamy, batter-like consistency, reminiscent of creamy peanut butter.
Creating Budder is very similar to the Shatter and Crumble process. Cold ethanol is used for extraction, allowing the beneficial parts of the plant (major and minor cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids) to be extracted, while leaving the undesirable plant materials (chlorophyll, lipids, waxes) behind.
Shatter slabs are then melted down, and whipped like Crumble, then the product is allowed to set to stabilize into its final form.
Budder should be stored at room temperature with low humidity.
Not to be confused with cannabis butter, no effects will be felt from oral consumption of Budder, as it is not decarbed.
Budder can be dabbed (using a concentrate pen like the Puffco Plus or Terp Pen, or with a traditional dab rig) on its own or added to smokable flower. If adding to flower, ensure to do so in layers – for example, packing a bowl with a small amount of flower, adding your desired dose of Budder, and layering more flower on top – to ensure you do not burn through the concentrate prematurely.
Budder vs. Shatter is a debate of personal preference.
During production, Budder is manipulated much like taffy – it's massaged, twisted and turned to bring terpenes to the surface of the extract. Due to its high terpene content and consistency, it’s ideal for dabbing at low temperatures to fully experience the strain’s terpene profile. Budder is easy to dose, in that it can be scooped easily and even rolled into little balls to drop into your preferred consumption method.
Shatter, on the other hand, has terpenes trapped inside its two-dimensional surface. For some patients, this may result in a slightly harsher dab as terpenes and cannabinoids both are released in high concentrations. Shatter is typically dabbed at higher temperatures due to its rigid consistency, but is one of the easiest to dose as pieces break off like glass.
No, because of the texture of Budder, the concentrate is best used with concentrate devices. Vape devices are unable to heat the concentrate to the necessary temperature to activate cannabinoids, and would result in a clogged cartridge.
Live Rosin and Budder, though similar in appearance, are vastly different products.
Budder uses cold ethanol as a solvent to remove the desired cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis flower.
Live Rosin uses no solvent to isolate the desired cannabis components. Instead, just heat and pressure are used to extract cannabinoids and terpenes alike. Live Rosin results in the truest-to-flower experience within the concentrate realm.
You can learn more about the difference between solventless and solvent-free extraction methods here.
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