Rosin is extracted from dried flower, hash, or kief. Live rosin is extracted from fresh or frozen flower that was never cured or dried.
The difference? Terpenes.
Extract fans in the cannabis community proclaim that live rosin has superior taste due to its freshness. The flavorful taste of live rosin can be attributed to the monoterpenes present in fresh cannabis.
In addition to being more flavorful, live rosin looks much different from rosin, and it has a very opaque look, resembling wax or honey.
While its grainy texture can make it more difficult to work with, the clean highs from rosin are worth the trouble — but remember to be careful, you can’t always avoid a “greening out.” Greening Out is a cannabis encounter that varies among users, but its common symptoms are nausea, vomiting, dizziness, excessive sweating, panic, anxiety, paranoia and more. These occur mainly with naive or novice cannabis users. Experienced cannabis users recognize live rosin as a way to help them achieve the effects they are looking for, such as pain relief, anti-nausea or vomiting, or better sleep.
Unlike rosin, live rosin does require a solvent due to the excess liquid in fresh cannabis.
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