OGZ LIVE ROSIN. The difference between rosin and live rosin refers to the type of flower used during the extraction process. Rosin uses dried flower, kief, or hash. On the other hand, live rosin is extracted from fresh or frozen flower that’s never been cured or dried.



OGZ LIVE ROSIN. As a master squisher who’s processed hundreds of pounds of flower into award-winning, golden rosin, Paul Lopez knows the answers to these questions. And, fortunately for you, he’s willing to share his knowledge with the world!

So, we asked him to spill all the secrets he’s learned at the Hard Knocks University of Experimentation. And while Paul can’t stand over your shoulder as you’re solving your dark rosin mystery, his step-by-step tips can help improve your rosin clarity— and the market value of your end product.


What Is It Rosin?

Rosin is a concentrate made by applying heat and pressure to the marijuana flower. This process squeezes out a translucent resinous sap, which can then be smoked or dabbed. One reason it has gained notoriety is that it’s a solventless technique, meaning the extraction process does not require chemicals.

Instead, it uses low temperatures and high pressure, meaning it can even be DIY’d. Because of the sheer simplicity, it has allowed cannabis enthusiasts with no chemistry or botanical background to try it out for themselves with minimal risk.

However, some people still prefer to purchase it from dispensaries for consistency and convenience. Making rosin is a fast process compared to other extraction methods. Unlike Butane Hash Oil (BHO), it does not require a vacuum oven to purge residual solvents.

With butane and ethanol extractions, even with the purging process, it can still contain residual chemicals. Rosin is guaranteed to be solventless. When made properly, it can also retain just as high-quality of a terpene profile as BHO.

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1 JAR (2grams), 2 jars (4grams), 5 jars (10grams), 10 jars (20grams)


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