Live Resin



What is Live Resin?

Live resin is a potent concentrate formed by extracting the juices from fresh cannabis flower. Both the flavor and strength of live resin set it apart from other concentrates. Immediately after harvest the flower is frozen and extracted from, this process preserves much more of the natural terpenes as possible, resulting in a higher terpene content than other concentrates.

 

Live Resin vs Live Rosin

Both live resin and live rosin are cannabis concentrates (substances where cannabinoids and terpenes have been isolated for a more flavorful and potent product). Cannabis concentrates often differ from one another based of how they were created:

When creating live resin, fresh flower is promptly frozen at temperatures below freezing. This procedure preserves all of the terpenes and cannabinoids in the live resin, making it more potent. A distillation technique is used to remove the solvent from the product once it has been extracted. The live resin concentration is then ready to be packaged.

Live rosin is created by means of heat and pressure to remove the resin from fresh bud, hash, or keif to create live rosin concentrate. Live rosin, like cannabis live resin, is extremely strong, containing high quantities of THC and CBD. Because only fresh buds are used, the live rosin terpenes do not change substantially. You can expect a high-quality final result without drying and curing.

 

Does Live Resin make you high?

As a concentrate of cannabis, live resin offers a strong dosage in comparison to typical flower or extract. Live resin is produced through a process that preserves properties in the material allowing it to be more potent and flavorful.

 

Curated Live Resin 

LITTO curated live resin is produced through a process where raw plant matter is cut, gathered, and flash frozen to preserve the complete range of cannabinoids and flavor. This process of curated live resin achieves the highest level of potency, flavor, and consistency for LITTO devices and products.

 

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