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Budder is a THC-rich cannabis concentrate that has the consistency and look of butter. Usually, budder has an amber or yellowish color to it.
Most of the time, budder packs a powerful punch because it can easily have 80% THC content or more.
However, what really separates budder from other waxes and concentrates is the whipping techniques used to create it. That means that budder concentrates are not just potent but have a waxy, and sometimes crumbly, consistency.
The combination of power and flavor has made budder one of the most beloved concentrates on the market. Users also love how easy budder concentrate is to handle.
Thanks to its butter-like consistency, budder is easy to use in a dab rig or THC oil pen. On top of that, budder can also be used on dried weed in a joint or bowl.
HOW IS BUDDER MADE?
Like all concentrates, budder is made through an extraction process that uses solvents and sophisticated equipment. Solvents are chemicals like butane or propane which extract the THC and terpenes.
After that, the extract is placed under low heat to remove the leftover solvent in a process called purging. The concentrate is then hand whipped like cake batter to help form its consistency.
At the end of the extraction process, a gorgeous buttery wax is leftover—ready for vaporizing in a dab rig or dab pen.
WHAT IS SAUCE CONCENTRATE?
Sauce concentrate is a THC-packed concentrate with the consistency of applesauce. Although it’s called sauce,
the texture and consistency aren’t quite as runny as one might expect. This is due to a homogenizing process used to ensure appropriate ratios to reflect the plant’s full essence.
That’s because there are usually two parts of a sauce concentrate—cannabinoid-rich crystals and a terpene-packed oil. That’s why sauce concentrates are a double-whammy of potency and flavor.
However, what really makes sauce concentrates stand out from the rest is its terpene-rich oil. That oil makes for an extremely tasty dabbing or vaping experience like no other because it can be made up of up to 30% terpenes.
The best way to use sauce concentrate is to either use it in a dab rig or load it into a dab pen.
HOW IS SAUCE MADE?
Sauce is made similar to other concentrates by using solvents like CO2 or butane for extraction and a purging process. However, the way that sauce is processed is what makes it so special.
For starters, the purging or extract removal process takes much longer than other concentrates. While some concentrates take a few days, purging sauce concentrate can take weeks.
That’s because the terpene oil adheres to the solvent longer, letting more cannabinoid-rich crystals form. Once that happens, the cannabinoid crystals sink to the bottom while the terpene-rich oil floats to the top.
Then, the crystals and oils are separated and have the remaining solvent completely removed. Afterward, the crystals and terpene sauce are combined to create sauce concentrate.