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Live resin is made by flash freezing freshly cut marijuana throughout the extraction process, in order to maintain as much of the “live” beneficial therapeutic compounds of the plant. Live resin is known to be among the most tasty cannabis concentrates available. Also, the high level of terpenes adds to the many therapeutic effects that are normally associated with weed. In addition, live resin has a high concentration of THC, making it a very potent cannabis product.

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MARIJUANA CONCENTRATES 101: LIVE RESIN CANADA

An Introduction to Live Resin

These days, marijuana is becoming increasingly tolerated by law enforcers across the world and members of the public. For that reason, people can develop impressive ways to use or process marijuana without necessarily getting in trouble. Live resin is a cannabis concentrate that is the result of flash freezing freshly cut buds and then extracting as much of the “good stuff” as possible and keeping out the bad unwanted material. The goal is to keep as much as the “live” plant properties as possible, without the bad stuff of course. Live resins unique characteristic is that since the terpenes are preserved, this concentrate tastes and smells the closest to the actual buds as possible. 

What Does Live Resin Look Like?

Live resin, aka live rosin, comes in different colours and forms. Their appearance and chemical components are usually determined by the strain of cannabis used in making them. Generally, they are more fluid than other types of cannabis concentrates. This is primarily because they have much more terpenes and essential oils than other types of concentrates. To put it simply, the more terpenes a concentrate has, the more malleable and runny it’s concentrate

Effects of  Live Resin: 

  • Benefits of  Live Resin: Because there are so many terpenes present, the indica and sativa effects of live resin will be more intense than other cannabis concentrates. Sativa dominant live resins will provide the user with more uplifting and stimulating feelings of boosts in happiness and energy. Indica dominant live resins typically have a more couchlock and body relaxing and sedating effect. For the best of both worlds, hybrid strains that are used to make live resin would be the product of choice.
  • Medical Uses of Live Resin: Medical cannabis patients love live resin because of its intense flavors and aromas. Like many other cannabis products, live resin is taken to treat symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress, aches & pains, inflammation, eating & sleep disorders, as well as a number of other conditions.
  • Negative Effects of Live Resin: Red eyes and cottonmouth are at the top of the list of most common side effects of cannabis products. Other more serious negative effects could include paranoia, headaches, nausea, dizziness, lethargy and restlessness. It is important that you start slow when dealing with potent weed concentrates, and adjust the dosages according to your own tolerance levels. 

 

Best Ways to Take Live Resin

The most common way to take live resin is by dabbing. If you don’t have a dab rig, then you could also vape it using a vaporizer. If that isn’t a possibility for you, then you can try using a bong or a pipe. Just be sure to heat up the concentrate enough so it produces smoke for you to inhale. If you possess none of these weed accessories, then you can even just add a little bit to your next joint and spice up your next session.

Alternatives to Live Resin

Other cannabis concentrates to try include shatter, hash, budder, oil and distillate. They all have their unique qualities and their own advantages and disadvantages. For more information, check out the cannabis concentrate page.  

If you want something more traditional, or something less potent, then regular cannabis flowers are perfect. Nothing beats smoking a nice fat smooth joint after a long day. 

For those who don’t want to smoke, cannabis edibles are worth a shot. They are basically food that gets you high, simple as that. But be careful, they are known to be quite powerful.

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