Live Rosin Basics
As of January 1st, 2023, live rosin has become a notable player in the cannabis concentrate market, stirring discussions about its premium price. In this exploration, we dive into the core aspects of live rosin, unraveling its unique production, flavor characteristics, and clarifying misconceptions.
Live rosin, often considered a pricier option in dispensaries, stands out due to its solvent-free production method. Producers meticulously select trichome and terpene-rich plants, subjecting them to a careful process of sifting and pressing, resulting in smaller, high-quality yields. The cost reflects both the labor-intensity and the premium quality of the starting materials, distinguishing it from mass-produced butane hash oils.
Live rosin offers a chance to savor pure flavors from top-tier cannabis strains, appealing to enthusiasts seeking an unembellished experience. However, amidst its rising popularity, misconceptions abound, prompting the need for a closer look at what live rosin truly entails in the realm of cannabis concentrates.
Understanding the fusion of "live" and "rosin" requires revisiting the exclusive use of "live resin" for concentrates associated with butane hash oil. The term "live" now extends to encompass any products made with materials frozen immediately after harvest, preserving the live plant's aromas and terpenes. In contrast, "rosin" refers to a concentrate produced with heat and pressure, distinct from the assumption that live rosin involves merely pressing freshly frozen plants.
Critical Production Step
The key to successful live rosin production lies in creating ice wax from high-quality, freshly frozen material—an intermediate step often overlooked. Ice wax, a solventless concentrate extracted using water and ice, sets the stage for premium live rosin, ensuring a concentrate that meets the highest standards of quality.
Not all ice wax is suitable for live rosin production. To be ideal, it must possess the qualities of a full melt extract, representing the highest echelon of hash quality. Enthusiasts investing in non-solvent extracts expect them to fully melt, or they might reconsider their choice of product and source.
The Extraction Process
Once armed with quality full melt ice wax, the next step involves placing it in a filter bag and applying pressure at a low temperature. The renowned Bubbleman brand reports that their live rosin typically tests at 75 to 85 percent cannabinoid content and a 4 to 15 percent terpene content, ensuring a product that is safe, potent, and bursting with flavor.
Reliability in Sourcing
For those investing top dollar in live rosin, reliability becomes paramount. Trustworthy sources provide lab testing from flower to sift to rosin, offering concrete evidence of product safety, potency, and flavor richness.
In summary, live rosin, a solventless hash oil, is crafted from full melt bubble hash derived from freshly frozen materials. The pressing process involves bubble hash and results in a more oil-rich consistency than standard rosin. Don't miss the chance to try Diamond Grade Live Rosin, now available at Candyland Pattaya at a significant discounted price.