OG Kush Indica Budder Strain is now available at Bulk Buddy’s Mail Order Marijuana service across Canada.
The first-ever Kush strain to be known by the name “OG” was released in 1991. It was bred in Florida from a marijuana strain from Northern California that was crossed with Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and a Hindu Kush variety from Amsterdam.
The result was a hybrid with a distinct terpene profile that has notes of gasoline, skunk, and cinnamon. OG kush budder is sometimes used to designate the strain’s validity or intensity. It smells like lemon-pine-gasoline with a high THC concentration and a mixed head and body impact. It’s often consumed in the afternoon to reduce tension.
OG kush budder is the genetic core of West Coast cannabis strains, and it first arrived in Los Angeles in 1996 when Matt “Bubba” Berger transported it (along with “The Bubba,” which was later used to create the renowned Bubba Kush) from Florida to legendary grower Josh D. Since then, OG kush budder has become a worldwide standard-bearer for Kush strains.
What is Budder Wax?
Budder, also known as budder wax, is a type of THC-rich cannabis concentrate. It shouldn’t be confused with cannabinoid-infused butter (aka cannabutter), which is used for making edibles and other delicacies.
Budder is amber/yellowish and closely resembles regular butter in texture. This creamy consistency is achieved through a pretty complicated process that we’ll be covering a bit later down the road.
Within the complex cannabis concentrate universe, budder is considered one of the waxes, which is an umbrella term for all the concentrates that possess a wax-like texture.
What primarily separates budder from other wax-like concentrates is its high terpene profile, and this trait makes budder more flavorful and aromatic, compared to its “competitors”.
Great quantities of terpenes combined with a lot of THC (and of course other cannabinoids) make budder wax an extremely popular concentrate choice, but it’s not for the faint of heart – as it packs a powerful punch.
Recent technological advances in concentrate extraction made it possible that certain waxes to retain a high-terpene profile while preserving great levels of THC at the same time.
As a result, we now have budder waxes that are over 80% THC, which are also extremely flavorful because they have a ton of terpenes in them.