A concentrate of cannabis that has been extracted from a fresh plant is known as live Resin. This concentrate only contains the desirable compounds, terpenes/cannabinoids. The product is made from a plant that's still alive in order to preserve its terpenes/smells and other positive attributes.
For those who are looking for THC products with a high level of terpenes as well as a strong aroma and therapeutic benefits, live cannabis is the best choice. Read more about this concentrate.
The Live Rinse Process
There are many steps to the live resin manufacturing process.
Harvesting: Harvesting is the first and most important step. The plant materials that are used to make live Resin are the sugar leaf and the flower buds, not the fan leaves and stems.
Freezing: The first step to preserving the plant materials after harvesting is to freeze them immediately to prevent moisture buildup, drying out, or being exposed to heat and light. Flash-freezing cannabis can prevent all metabolic reactions and retain all plant components.
Extraction: After the plant materials are frozen, the extraction process is performed using a chilled solvent (such as butane). By pushing the solvent through plant materials under pressure, terpenes like THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids are extracted.
Distillation: The final step is to purify and remove all unwanted elements. This results in a product that is pure and high in cannabinoids or aromatic essential oils.
The Characteristics of Live Rinse
The plant and strain of cannabis that is used to produce the Resin affect its physical and chemical properties. The more terpene present, the more fluid and malleable the live Resin will become. There are many kinds of live resins, each with varying viscosities.
The terpenes of live Resin closely match the profile of the living plant. Terpenes represent the principal component of the Live Resin. There are over 100 distinct terpenes available in cannabis.
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Each terpene can provide unique medicinal or therapeutic benefits.
Live resin is also rich with cannabidiol. This cannabinoid has exceptional therapeutic potential.
The Best Training Strategies for Live Resin
Any strain can produce high-quality Live Resin as long it is processed correctly. Some strains yield superior effects and yields. The best live resin strains have a high percentage of terpenes or flavonoids. They also have a distinct aromatic profile.
It is ideal for the strain to be a Sativa/Indica cross with a high THC content (at least 17%). The aroma of the strain will affect your experience. A Northern Light or Fruit Spirit live Resin will give you a different high.
Live Resins Consumption Methods
The most common way to consume Live Resin is by dabbing. This involves heating the concentrate up to around 550°F and cooling it. Finally, you inhale the vapor through a bong called an "oil rig."
You should be aware that dabbing can be dangerous, especially if it is your first time. You could inhale the vapor at too high temperatures, which can lead to damage to your lungs. THC may also cause consciousness loss if you're not used to it.
Vaping is a low-risk alternative for dabbing. Available in many flavors, live resin cartridges can be purchased in various THC concentrations.
Sauce Warehouse is proud and happy to offer its customers the best in live resins. You can contact Sauce Warehouse with any questions or learn more about the extraction process. We're happy to share our knowledge with other cannabis enthusiasts.