Checking out current consumption methods, products in addition to strains is regularly an exciting part of visiting the cannabis dispensary.
While I care about smoking dried flower in addition to vaping distillate, I am willing to try most anything.
I know that experimentation is the best way to find current favorites. Distillate is a cannabis extract designed to use in vape pens. There are an abundance of extracts that offer odd benefits; Just recently, I got introduced to live resin. I was surprised by the difference between the two concentrates, but live resin is extracted from fresh cannabis flowers. When harvested at peak season, the flowers are flash-frozen to preserve as many of the trichomes as possible. The plants are kept frozen during the entire extraction process, eliminating drying, curing in addition to trimming stages. When the plant is exposed to heat, light in addition to oxygen, the trichomes are broken down. The trichomes are actually the most desirable component of the plant. They are where the cannabinoids in addition to terpenes are stored, giving the strain its aroma, flavor, potency in addition to effects. The essence of the flash-frozen flowers are extracted to create live resin, providing rich in addition to aromatic flavors. The color is similar to honey, ranging from colorless or pale to a dark orange. The taste is often similar to fresh herbs or fruit. The texture is dense in addition to sauce-like. It’s properly quite sticky, so it’s a great idea to use a dab tool during prep work. I like that live resin concentrates are usually high in THC. They supply a strong in addition to intense high in addition to are commanded for outdated cannabis users. The main difference between distillates (cured resin concentrates) in addition to live resin alternatives is the starting material. Distillates are created from dried plant material while live resin is the result of frozen plant material. It’s all a matter of preference, but in my opinion, live resin is superior. They retain the highest percentage of terpene content possible.