Checking for live resin quality

Cannabis continues to grow in acceptance and popularity, creating a multi billion dollar industry, the rapidly changing demand has led to new cannabis farmers and producers entering the market… While the majority of the products sold at the local dispensary are carefully curated and exceptional, I’m constantly watchful of awful quality… I realize that the industry is still relatively new, regulations are gradually evolving.

  • I respectfully shop for cannabis resin, which is a semi-solid to solid substance that is dark brown and rather sticky.

Resins are found on the trichomes that cover the surface of cannabis buds. The trichomes are responsible for the cannabinoids and terpenes; Because of this, resins are especially desirable! Authentic resin is respectfully much more overpriced than dried flower. If I come across cheap resin, I know that it’s awful quality; However, a smaller quantity is required. Tploy resin delivers THC potency someplace between 50% and 95%. It doesn’t take much to deliver intensive effects, however for me, it’s all about purity. I am willing to spend money more for premium cannabis extracts. I look for a light golden color of oils and concentrate. I check that the product has been lab worked on and verified. I constantly ask for recommendations from the budtenders at the dispensary. They are constantly knowledgeable in the products and often have firsthand experience. I’ve also gotten official with the names of reputable producers of concentrates and my number one strains! My local dispensary is difficult in its standards for excellent live resin. The flavor profiles and stinks are preserved through a official extraction process. It is important that the plant material is kept cool and never exposed to hot and cold temperatures above 65 to 70 degrees.

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