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Cannabis concentrates have become increasingly popular in recent years. These products are incredibly potent. It only takes a small amount to achieve the desired results. If you’re new to concentrates, you might be confused by the selection. You’ll see all kinds of names and consistencies. One favorite on the market is a badder concentrate.

What’s a Concentrate?

Concentrates are one category of cannabis products. As the name suggests, they’re concentrated. Producers use a variety of practices to pull beneficial cannabinoids and other compounds from plant matter. The resulting product, the concentrate, is significantly more potent than flowers. How much more, you ask? While some cannabis buds can reach up to 30%, concentrates range between 50% and 90% THC.


A Closer Look at Badder

Badder is one of many concentrates. You may also see it labeled as “budder.” It has a smooth, creamy consistency reminiscent of butter or cake frosting. You can pick up a small dose easily with a dab tool.

As with other types of concentrates, badder gets its texture as a result of the extraction process. Like many other concentrates, including shatter and crumble, it requires the use of a solvent. In most cases, this solvent is butane.

The process of extracting cannabinoids and other compounds involves passing liquid butane over cannabis plant material. The solvent dissolves these compounds to pull them out. Extractors then need to remove the butane from the mixture, which requires heat. As the solvent evaporates, the liquid gets whipped.

The process of incorporating air into the mixture during evaporation isn’t all that different than how producers make crumble. The difference between the two is the speed at which the agitation occurs. The recognizable texture of badder comes from vigorous whipping. Crumble, on the other hand, gets whipped more slowly. As a result, the process leads to a drier, crumblier consistency.

Badder Uses

Concentrates are very versatile. You can use badder in a variety of different applications. One of the most common ways to use it is to dab it. Dabbing requires the use of a dab rig. To the first time dabber, the tool might look confusing, but it’s fairly straightforward once you get the hang of it.

To dab badder, you first need to heat the nail with a torch (unless your rig has an electronic nail). Once you let it cool enough, apply a very small amount of the concentrate with your dab tool and inhale through the mouthpiece.

Another way to use badder is to top ground buds in a joint. Prepare your joint as normal. Before you roll it, add a bit of the concentrate on top. Then smoke as normal. You can also top your pipe or bong with badder after preparing your piece as normal.

A third way to enjoy badder is to use it in a concentrate vaporizer. You can use a tabletop vaporizer or get a more portable concentrate pen.

The smooth, malleable texture of badder makes it an easy-to-use concentrate with several applications. It’s just one of the many concentrates on the market. If you’re considering giving it a try, be sure to check out the selection at Kushism.