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Caviar (Kootenay Labs)$25.00
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Live Hash Rosin (Glacier Melt Co.)$46.00
Live Resin (Jungle Ridge)$18.50
Live Resin (Kleerx)$25.00
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Live resin is a cannabis extract that stands out from the others because of its smell and taste. In fact, live resin should actually smell and taste like the strain it’s derived from and that’s why the live resins on our menu are strain dependent.
Unlike other concentrates that are extracted from dried and cured cannabis plants, live resin is extracted from fresh, or ‘live’ cannabis plants that have been flash frozen to preserve the unique terpenes and flavour compounds.
Live resin is just one example of full-spectrum extracts (FSE), which aim to preserve as much of the organic compounds from the original plant as possible without any alterations. We also carry Budder which is another great wallet-friendly alternative that offers a similar experience.
The two most popular full-spectrum extracts (FSE) are High Terpene Full-Spectrum Extract (HTFSE) and High Cannabinoid Full-Spectrum Extract (HCFSE).
The main difference between them is that HCFSE will get you very high because it’s packed with cannabinoids- HCFSE can be as high as 90% THC! The texture of HCFSE usually resembles diamonds or sugar.
HTFSE, on the other hand, prioritizes the terpenes instead, putting the focus on the taste and flavour. HTFSE is typically around 50% THC, with a terpene percentage of 13-40%. It usually has a grainy or saucy texture and is more runny than HCFSE.
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Benefits of Live Resin
Many people use cannabis in a medical capacity, to relieve pain or help with insomnia. Cannabinoids appear to have an entourage effect, the theory where they work together synergistically, which means that full-spectrum concentrates like HTFSE and HCFSE may work better than either THC or CBD alone.
Live resin gives these users the benefits of many of the other cannabinoids and terpenes without compromising on the amount of THC or CBD.
How to Use Live Resin
As with most other concentrates, the best way to use live resin is through vaporizing. Live resin heats up very quickly and produces a potent vapor that you inhale. Unlike smoking, vaporizing doesn’t produce large amounts of smoke, resulting in a smoother and gentler hit.
You’ll want to vaporize the resin without cooking off most of the terpenes. The ideal temperature for live resin dabbing is around 315 and 400 Fahrenheit. Anything below that will fail to vaporize fully, and you’ll get less of the effect you want.