~ Definitely the biggest draw for rosin is what’s NOT used during the extraction process: Chemical Solvents like Butane & Propane. Not only are these substances highly combustible, but they can also show up in your final concentrate product if the extraction lab used is not code compliant and does not perform a thorough residual solvent analysis to test for impurities. • •
Because Rosin extraction involves only heat + pressure, it ensures a clean, high-grade, solventless product with all of the potency and no risk of residual solvents impacting your hit—or your health. The extraction process is incredibly versatile and can be used on fresh flower, dried bud and hash! • •
Not only is it the safest extraction method developed to date, but it’s also a big draw for patients who are concerned about residual solvents hiding in their concentrates.
Rosin is also ultra-pure, with an extremely high concentration of cannabinoids and terpenes that punches up the potency and flavor. The result is a smooth, clear hit that delivers instant therapeutic benefit.
A final note of clarification: Cannabis rosin is not the same as the rosin used by violinists, but it is similar; both are a solid form of plant resin obtained through extraction. However, while violin rosin is obtained from the resin of pine and other coniferous trees, cannabis rosin is made from the resin of the marijuana plant. ~
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