Donkey Butter


Taste & Smell


Pairs Well With

About this Hybrid Strain

The gas and chemical scent of Donkey Butter can be pungent, and the taste a bit skunky, but its effects are popular among some cannabis consumers. It’s been described as providing reviewers with heavy relaxation that sometimes leads to sedation. A few consumers have used this strain to help with insomnia.

The terpene Limonene is present in Donkey Butter which might be why its scent sometimes causes your mouth to salivate. Myrcene is also present, which is a terpene that’s been found to relax muscles and assist sedation.

The appearance of cured Donkey Butter buds is interesting to say the least as its nuggets are lumpy and its pistils the various shades you might see on a donkey.

THC levels tend to average in the low 20’s with this one.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 22.418%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.473%
Limonene: 0.3152%
Beta Myrcene: 0.182%

Genetic Lineage

Frequently Asked Questions About Donkey Butter

What is Donkey Butter?

Donkey Butter is a hybrid cannabis strain who's effects are popular among consumers.

Where does Donkey Butter come from?

Donkey Butter stems from crossing Grease Monkey with Triple OG.

What does Donkey Butter smell like?

Users have described Donkey Butter as having a pungent gas or chemical smell.

What does Donkey Butter taste like?

The flavor of Donkey Butter is a bit skunky with notes of earth and herbs.

What color does Donkey Butter have?

Cured buds of Donkey Butter are dense and olive green with various shades of orange pistils intertwined.

What effects does Donkey Butter have?

With THC levels averaging in the low 20's, effects have been described as providing a heavy relaxation that sometimes leads to sedation.

Is Donkey Butter an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Donkey Butter is an indica-dominant hybrid.