On the other hand, Live Rosin
is often considered a more natural product because it is extracted without the use of chemical solvents. Instead, ice and water are used to make a trichome-rich bubble hash. Then, intense heat and pressure are applied to squeeze the oils from the plant material.
This process is significantly more time-consuming but preserves the purity of a cannabis strain’s terpene profile, yielding a distinctly lighter concentrate that is preferred among connoisseurs seeking a deeper appreciation of the plant.
Also known as solventless hash oil (SHO), Live Rosin features a more nuanced flavor, especially when infused into edibles. It can also be vaped using a dab rig or added to flower.
So which is better, and how does it impact your experience?
Live Rosin and Live Resin both preserve relatively more terpenes and trichomes than dried concentrates. Live Resin tends to be a better option if you are looking for a more affordable product since it is mass-produced, but when you want to savor the nuances of your favorite cannabis strain in a natural medium, look for products infused with Live Rosin extract.
Not only will they feature a more authentic flavor, but also give prominence to the subtle effects of a cannabis strain. I.e., a Sativa product made with Live Rosin will be more uplifting than one made with Live Resin, even if Live Resin by itself is more potent.
Where can I buy products with Live Rosin extract?
Now, we’re a bit biased, but our Canna Classic Line
is a great choice if you’re looking to explore Live Rosin in a novel medium. This collection features edibles made with Live Rosin from a variety of cannabis strains, including Grand Daddy Purple
, and Northern Lights
. Our naturally flavored gummies are also infused with hemp-derived Delta-9 THC distillate, giving you the high THC content you desire with concentrate products.
Cannabis offers a range of naturally occurring compounds, from cannabinoids to terpenes. There are numerous methods of extracting and preserving them for enjoyment in edibles and other products. When it comes to concentrates, Live Rosin is a more natural and terpene-rich extract than its solvent-based counterpart, but everyone has different preferences. We hope this information helps you shop easier next time you’re browsing.
Until next time, happy exploring and mind your mind!
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