What Is Live Resin?
Live resin is a specific type of cannabis concentrate that is made using a special technique and is known for its flavor and potency. The method is centered around using living cannabis. This is done by taking freshly harvested cannabis and sometimes freezing it both before and during the extraction process.

The amount of time the reaped cannabis is dried and cured before the extraction is another factor that sets it apart from other procedures of extraction, but the main impact comes from the lack of dehydration.

Normally, concentrates are not made from still-living flower or flower that’s frozen immediately after the harvest and throughout extraction. It’s usually the opposite.

Instead, decarboxylation is usually the go-to process. Decarboxylation (the scientific word for drying and curing) is a process that deeply affects terpenes—the oils within the plant’s cells that contribute to flavor. The terpenes are typically depleted with increased exposure to oxygen, heat, and light. Terpenes and terpenoids are huge contributing factors to the unique taste and smell of each strain of cannabis, and there are hundreds of (identified) types.

Live resin avoids this terpene reduction by opting for a fresh route. Without drying and curing, the flower remains “live,” even with freezing temps throughout the process. The result: the cannabis maintains its terpene content. The flavors are vivid, fully aromatic, and much more potent than other forms of concentrates.

Terpene content is the biggest distinction between live resin and normally decarboxylated flower. However, an additional perk is that live resin concentrates have a much higher THC content. For comparison, average plant matter can contain up to 25% THC. With live resins, it can be as much as 80-90% THC. This has a large appeal to members of the cannabis community, for the obvious benefits of high THC levels. However, since the main purpose of live resin is higher terpene levels, THC does vary and can take a backseat to other properties.

Live Resin Diamonds
Considered one of the most fragrant and potent of all concentrates are diamonds, made from fresh frozen cannabis plants. In this form of live resin, THCa is singled out—once it’s isolated from the extract, large crystals are formed. From there, a high-terpene mix is drizzled over the crystals. The result is a potent, aromatic concentrate that shines bright like a diamond, in a category of its own.

Live Resin Sauce
Live Resin Sauce, more commonly known as terp sauce or terp juice, is all about consuming terpenes in their flavorful form, resulting in high-quality potency. With about 60% more terpenes and 40% more THC than average concentrates, live resin sauce is made using butane hash oil, and like most live resin products, either freshly cut cannabis material or a flash-freezing process. It’s usually stringy and has a wiggling property when poured.

Welcome to the 19th video featuring the boys where they sit down to try and explain live resin thc diamonds. This channel will be content geared towards 18+ legal cannabis users. They can not only hang out with people in the same community but also get updates on futures products without having to purchase them themselves. In this video Jaret, Jacob, Drew, & Dever sit down to smoke some diamonds. We’re gonna have tons of videos in the future of us smoking flower, dabs, carts, even trying edibles, etc. We have loads of different glass bongs and dab rigs that we will for sure let you check out in the next smoke sesh.

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