Budder


Budder is similar to butter or can say is another form of opaque hash oil (wax) and is soft, pliable and more crumbly. It is extracted with a solvent and then whipped during the final stages of the exclusion process. Budder is often preferred for its ease of use as it is neither solid nor in liquid form. Also, the uniformity makes it much easier to control the quantity of product taken from a tool or cannabis extraction equipment. For this reason, it is often seen as a good entry point for first time dab rigs consumers.
But for long and stable shelf life of the budder make sure to store it properly in air and light-proof container as it will start to darken and harden over time. Plus, it can also affect the color, aroma, and potency of the budder.

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