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No Solvents (“Solventless”). No Pressure. LOW Heat. Flowers are frozen immediately during harvest and then extracted while frozen. The terpene content on this small batch Live Rosin is truly unbelievable and makes dabbing this highly sought after cannabis concentrate a most enjoyable experience. Contains ≤ .3% THC and is high in THCA.
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THCA Live Rosin is probably the highest quality cannabis extract you can consume; it is also still fairly rare these days as it’s an expensive and time-consuming process. One reason Live Rosin is such a high-quality extract and is highly sought after, is that THCA Live Rosin is a “solventless extract” meaning no solvents were used to extract it. It is also derived from fresh frozen cannabis flower which preserves all the terpenes. Additionally, low heat and no pressure is used during extraction, which also preserves the delicate terpenes and other active constituents in the oil.
In most cases, Live Rosin is considered more of a unique and small batch process. To make THCA Live Rosin the cannabis plant flowers are first harvested and immediately frozen fresh (“fresh frozen”). Then the flowers are “washed” which is a step where only Reverse Osmosis (RO) water and ice are used. Washing THCA Live Rosin is done by putting the fresh frozen flowers into bubble hash bags in a container of freezing water. The flower is stirred to knock the trichomes off the flower and they are collected at the bottom of the bubble hash bags. The bags have different micron screens to filter out any other unwanted materials and make a highly pure concentrate.
THCA Live Rosin needs to be dabbed or vaporized which have much higher temperatures than smoking with a standard lighter. Different strains of Live Rosin will have different “best” heating temperatures, but the standard temperature is around 450 degrees F.
In short, yes, vaping or dabbing THCA live rosin will produce an elevated feeling also known as a “high”. The THCA in the live rosin only converts to THC when it is heated which is called decarboxylation.
It is very possible that you may fail a drug test if you consume THCA Live Rosin. Please educate yourself on this topic, as we are not responsible for failed drugs tests and there are many factors to consider. If you get drug tested for any reason, don’t chance a positive (failed) test.
NO THC Live Rosin is not the same thing as THCA Live Resin (except for the fact that they do both use fresh frozen flower). No solvents are used to extract Live Rosin, whereas hydrocarbons are used to extract Live Resin.
THCA Live Rosin is different than THCA Live Resin because Live Rosin is extracted using only ice and water (solventless) and pressed using a low amount of heat and THCA Live Resin is extracted using hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbon extraction has multiple post processing steps. One step is the removal of residual solvents, which is the solvent used to extract the oil.
THCA hash rosin is a cannabis concentrate produced through a specific extraction process that involves utilizing heat and pressure to extract cannabinoids and terpenes from cannabis flower or hash. This extraction technique results in a potent and highly concentrated product that primarily contains tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) and other valuable compounds. THCA hash rosin is known for its purity, potency, and preservation of the plant’s natural flavors and aromas, making it a popular choice among cannabis enthusiasts seeking a powerful and flavorful concentrate without the psychoactive effects associated with activated THC.
Delta-9 rosin is a cannabis concentrate extracted using heat and pressure, specifically focusing on the preservation of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta-9-THC), the psychoactive component found in cannabis. Unlike THCA rosin, which primarily contains tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) before decarboxylation, Delta-9 rosin results from the extraction and activation of Delta-9-THC through heat application during the extraction process.
The main difference between Delta-9 rosin and THCA rosin lies in their cannabinoid composition. Delta-9 rosin contains activated THC, which can produce psychoactive effects when consumed, while THCA rosin consists predominantly of non-intoxicating THCA and requires decarboxylation (heating) to convert into psychoactive THC.
Additionally, Delta-9 rosin may have a more potent psychoactive effect compared to THCA rosin due to the presence of activated THC. Both types of rosin are valued for their purity, potency, and retention of the plant’s natural flavors and beneficial compounds, catering to different preferences among cannabis consumers based on their desired effects.
Live rosin commands higher prices due to its specialized extraction process involving freezing freshly harvested cannabis to preserve terpenes and cannabinoids, resulting in superior taste and aroma. The labor-intensive nature of this cold extraction method, requiring specialized equipment and expertise, contributes to increased production costs. Its exceptional quality, limited availability of high-quality starting material, and growing consumer demand for the potent, flavorful concentrate further drive up the market value of live rosin in comparison to other cannabis concentrates. These factors collectively contribute to the higher price point associated with live rosin.
THCA hash refers to a cannabis concentrate made by isolating and concentrating tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) from cannabis plant material. This process involves using solvents, heat, or pressure to separate and concentrate the THCA, resulting in a potent and cannabinoid-rich product. THCA hash is known for its high levels of THCA, which is the non-intoxicating precursor to THC. This concentrate can be consumed in various ways, such as smoking, vaping, or dabbing, and it’s valued for its potential therapeutic benefits without inducing the psychoactive effects typically associated with activated THC.
Flower Rosin: Flower rosin is made by applying heat and pressure directly to cannabis flowers or buds. This process squeezes out the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant material, creating a concentrate without the use of solvents or additives. Flower rosin retains the profile of the original flower, capturing its unique flavors, aromas, and cannabinoid content. It often showcases a broader spectrum of compounds present in the specific strain used, offering a diverse and flavorful concentrate.
Hash Rosin: Hash rosin is derived from hashish, which is a concentrated form of cannabis made by extracting resinous trichomes from the plant material. This resinous material undergoes the rosin-making process using heat and pressure to create hash rosin. Unlike flower rosin, which starts with the whole flower, hash rosin begins with hashish, potentially resulting in a concentrate with higher potency due to the concentrated trichomes. Hash rosin may offer a different flavor profile and cannabinoid content compared to flower rosin, influenced by the original hashish used.