Delta 8 live sugar rosin is made by and for cannabis aficionados, using only the freshest plants and cutting-edge science and technology. This Live Sugar starts with fresh, whole plants harvested, flash-frozen From their own garden and chosen for their high cannabinoid and terpene content, meant to be enjoyed in a vaporizer or dab rig. We infuse the extraction With pure 90%+ Delta 8 Distillate to give you a strong full entourage effect rich in CBD/CBG and many other minor Cannabinoids. This experience is for sure to delight the senses of the consumer!
Rosin refers to an extraction process that utilizes a combination of heat and pressure to nearly instantaneously squeeze resinous sap from your initial starting material. The term “rosin” originated as a method of making a product used to create friction with violin bows.
This cannabis product is extremely versatile, as rosin is made of marijuana flower, hash, or kief and transformed into a full-melt hash oil. The result is a translucent, sappy, and sometimes shatter-like product that can be consumed as rosin dabs. If executed correctly, rosin can rival the flavor, potency, and yield of other solvent-based extraction products.
Also known as whole-plant extracts, full-spectrum extracts are known by that name because they retain the cannabis plant’s full profile and typically contain a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. They are quite difficult to produce because many extraction methods filter out some components during their refinement process. Depending on how it’s extracted, rosin (especially flower rosin) can be considered full-spectrum. Hash rosin, however, is more commonly a select-spectrum extract.
How is rosin different from resin? Broadly speaking, resin refers to a viscous substance derived from plants. Live resin can be made from cannabis concentrate by taking fresh cannabis and freezing it to subcritical temperatures both before and during the extraction process. This allows the live resin to retain the plant’s terpene profile, whereas, with rosin, certain extraction processes may result in a loss of some terpenes.