3 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT LIVE ROSIN GUMMIES
Want to enhance your experience by offering the full spectrum of plant cannabinoids, a robust terpene profile and zero toxic solvent residue?
The Hometown Hero Rosin gummy is like no other in the cannabis marketplace—and the difference can be identified immediately in their authentic flavor profiles. Here are three things to know about Live Rosin Gummies:
A GREENER FORM OF GREEN: HOW LIVE ROSIN IS MADE
If you’re looking for a more natural way to experience the benefits of cannabis, then look no further than live rosin gummies.
Live rosin gummies are made by flash-freezing fresh cannabis right after harvest and then using gentle heat and compression to form live rosin hash oil. This means that nothing is lost in the process—the terpenes that produce distinct aromas and flavors make it to the final product. Nothing unnatural is added, either—just pure, unadulterated plant material.
You might be wondering how this process differs from other methods of extracting cannabis concentrate. Well, first off, live rosin uses no solvents in the process, meaning that you’re getting all the plant’s natural goodness without any of the chemicals or artificial additives that can have adverse effects on your body.
NOTHING IS LOST WITH LIVE ROSIN—AND NOTHING UNNATURAL IS ADDED
There are hundreds of compounds found in the cannabis plant, from cannabinoids to terpenes and flavonoids, and live rosin extraction process retains the full spectrum of the plant’s profile. That means the cannabis concentrates offer an entourage effect, where all the compounds within the plant work together to express the plant’s full potential.
THE PURITY OF THE PLANT SHINES THROUGH IN LIVE ROSIN
Since the plant material is always pure, the rosin itself will be pure as well. This benefit is true for all cannabis products, not just concentrate. Purity of source material means purity of product.
The purity of the source material means that there are many benefits in live rosin that are not present in other products; for example, it does not contain any harmful solvents and it does not need to be heated to release terpenes like shatter and wax do.
In the world of cannabis, there is a debate brewing on how strictly to adhere to the plant's original intent. For example, some companies will use solvents in other products to homogenize the plant material and make it easier for lower-quality cannabis to pass quality control at dispensaries. There are also those who argue that using solvents entirely removes any sense of purity in the plant material and that those who advocate for solvents are contributing to adulterated products.
A solvent-based extraction process is generally considered to be the most efficient way to create a high-quality extract, but it also has its drawbacks.
That's because the purity of the plant shines through in live rosin, which means that using solvents in other product is less than ideal. Extracts made with solvents might not taste as good or pack as much of a punch as those made without them, but they're easier for lower-quality cannabis to emulate.