- Uses pressurized solvent to pull out terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids to create tasty badder
- Emerged on the scene in the mid-1990s
- Can be made using trim, cured cannabis nugs, or live resin
With such a wide variety of concentrates to choose from, it can be difficult to not only differentiate them from one another, but also to find out which one is going to be best for you. Having different extraction methods, ingredients, THC content/potency, it can take some experimenting to find which one takes you away to your peaceful paradise. So what better time than right now to get familiar with our one of a kind badder extract?
With a creamy texture like cake batter, it’s easy to see where badder gets its name from. Its distinguishable texture helps it stand out from the rest of its concentrate siblings and is surely one of the most powerful hits you’ll come across. Badder is known for its cleanliness but even more so for the punch that it packs. Don’t take our word for it though, follow the link below to our store and explore our badder options for yourself.
Badder is a concentrate whose extraction process requires the use of solvents like butane, CO2, isopropyl alcohol, etc. CO2 happens to be the most common solvent used in this process due to it not leaving any traces of evaporates once the extraction process is complete. This is also because of CO2 being considered to be one of the safer methods for the extraction process. Heat is also required in this process for purging which is responsible for eliminating any of the remaining solvent. This helps to ensure there is no additional funk to your smoke providing a down right great experience. When creating badder from scratch, the most commonly used forms of cannabis come from either trim, cured cannabis nugs, or live resin. Whether you’re a casual consumer, medical patient, or avid recreational user, badder is certainly a method you will want to give a try and experience for yourself.