CBD Live Resin
CBD LIVE RESIN
Sauce Warehouse is your trusted source for GENUINE hemp live resin, expertly extracted from hemp flowers cultivated by sustainable farms in the USA. Our true consistency hemp extracts contain NO added isolate or terpenes. On each product page you'll find lab results, detailed flavor profile, genetic lineage, and cannabinoid & terpene content breakdowns.
CBD Live Resin FAQs
CBD live resin is a special type of CBD concentrate. What sets it apart? It's extracted from freshly frozen flower. This method locks in the flower's peak levels of cannabinoids and terpenes. The result? A concentrate with an exceptional flavor and potency. With CBD live resin, you get to experience the true essence of the hemp flower, just as it was on harvest day. That's why it is a highly sought-after cannabis product.
Live resin is unique compared to other cannabis concentrates because it captures the full essence of cannabis flower. Why is this?
The flower used to make live resin undergoes flash freezing at harvest. This gives it a richer flavor and stronger potency. On the other hand, most concentrates come from dried and cured flowers, making them less flavorful and potent than live resin.
Broad spectrum CBD contains many cannabinoids from the hemp plant, but it doesn't have tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the cannabinoid that can make people feel "high." Full spectrum CBD includes all cannabinoids, even THC. When you use full spectrum CBD, the the combination of cannabinoids can make it more effective, a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. Some research also suggests that terpenes, which are aromatic compounds in the plant, can boost this effect. If you're new to CBD or want to avoid THC, starting with broad spectrum CBD might be best.
CBD Live Resin can and often does contain THC. The concentration of THC varies across different types of cannabis, and from batch to batch. The amount of THC in live resin concentrate depends on the THC content of the flower used and the extraction process.
Most live resin at Sauce Warehouse has no Delta-9 THC, but it may have a bit of THCa. If you are someone who is sensitive to THC, THCa is an important cannabinoid to look out for when reviewing lab results.
This cannabinoid will convert to psychoactive Delta-9 THC when heated. So, even if there is no Delta-9 THC present in live resin, if it contains THCa then it technically contains THC. The exception to this rule is if you plan to use the live resin in a way where it is not being heated in which case the non-psychoactive THCa will not cause intoxication.
People extract hemp seed oil from the seeds of the hemp plant, primarily for its nutritional value. CBD live resin comes from the flowers of hemp plants. It contains high concentrations of cannabinoids and terpenes.
CBD live resin is great for people who want a strong flavor and aroma, plus the potential benefits of cannabinoids. Hemp seed oil is more suited for those seeking the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids.
Live resin is a special type of CBD concentrate, and what makes it unique are the terpenes. Terpenes are like a protective shield for hemp plants, keeping away harmful bugs or animals that might damage them. Humans, however, love the smell of these terpenes!
Live resin is made from hemp flowers that were quickly frozen when harvested. This freezing keeps many of the terpenes intact, which is why live resin has such a strong and pleasant flavor, much like the original flower. Some even call live resin terp sauce because of its high terpene content. Besides the great taste, the high amount of terpenes in live resin can make the CBD experience even better and might offer more health benefits. This is because terpenes and CBD can work together in our bodies in helpful ways.
When making live resin, the first step is to freeze the hemp flower right after harvesting it. This preserves cannabinoids and terpenes at their highest levels. Next, advanced extraction techniques strip these compounds from the flower, often with the help of solvents.
After that, the solvent is purged from the concentrate. What's left is a pure resin sauce that is rich in cannabinoids and terpenes.
You should store live resin in a cool, dark place whenever possible. This helps to preserve not only the potency and flavor, but the consistency as well. Keep live resin fresh and prevent moisture damage by storing it in a sealed container in the freezer or fridge.
The most popular way to consume live resin is using a dab rig or a portable vaporizer pen (dab pen). Alternatively it can be mixed with other CBD products, topicals, foods, even beverages. Always start with a small amount and work your way up. A general rule of thumb when it comes to cannabis consumption: you can always take more but you can’t take less!
Absolutely! If a hemp extract is extracted from fresh frozen hemp flower, it is hemp live resin. But here’s the thing, sometimes hemp live resin will come out of the extraction process with a very waxy consistency and it will be sold as wax. Since this wax was extracted from hemp flower that had been frozen post harvest, it is a live resin wax concentrate.
You might see hemp extracts other than live resin referred to as ‘live’. Take live rosin for example. Rosin is a very unique type of extract that usually has its own unique consistency resulting from the solvent less extraction method used to produce it. It wouldn’t make any sense to simply label it ‘live resin’ and discount the fact that it is also rosin, so we call it live rosin to indicate that this hemp extract is rosin pressed from fresh frozen hemp flower.