Live Rosin v. Live Resin

Extracted from fresh, frozen flowers or trim, the distinct difference between rosin and live rosin is terpenes. While a hair-straightener might be sufficient for extracting rosin from cured flowers, the water content in the frozen plant matter would boil when heated, thereby making the technique unsuitable for live rosin. Rather, live rosin is made by first making ice wax, and then drying that extract prior to pressing it. Fans of extraction products claim that live rosin’s taste is exceptional because of the freshness. Monoterpenes present in fresh Cannabis provide that flavorful taste.

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