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Budder is a type of cannabis concentrate known for its soft, malleable consistency that resembles butter, giving it its name. This solvent-extract product boasts high THC levels, potentially reaching up to 99.6%, making it one of the most potent forms of marijuana concentrates available.

Unlike some harsher oils, budder retains a significant amount of terpenes, which are aromatic compounds in cannabis. This retention enhances the flavor profile of budder, making it a preferred choice for consumers seeking a more flavorful experience.

The consistency of budder is akin to that of frosting, with a typically soft, golden appearance. The terms “budder” and “badder” (or “batter”) are often used interchangeably in the cannabis community to describe the texture and appearance of these extracts, with budder generally having a slightly firmer texture than badder.