Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin
Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin in a Calyx concentrate container
Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin
Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin in a Calyx concentrate container

Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin

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Solventless Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin is pressed from Northern Lights bubble hash.  First, fresh frozen Northern Lights hemp flower is washed to produce bubble hash.  After washing, the hash is freeze dried before pressing.  This creates a buddery rosin rich in terpenes that are preserved through cold curing.  Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin tests high in β-Caryophyllene, and Limonene. 

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Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin Flavor Profile


Original Northern Lights x High CBD Cultivar


Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin Experience

Additional Info

Northern Lights Bubble Hash Rosin Additional Information

CBD: 78.77%
CBDV: 0.32%
CBG: 3.78%
CBN: 0.61%
CBC: 0.78%
Delta-9 THC: 0.15%
THCa: 2.34%

α-Bisabolol: 0.15%
α-Humulene: 0.12%
α-Pinene: 0.27%
β-Caryophyllene: 1.13%
β-Myrcene: 0.40%
Caryophyllene Oxide: 0.11%
Limonene: 1.37%
Linalool: 0.79%

Total Terpenes: 4.33%

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Northern Lights CBD hemp flower is an indica dominant cross between the original Northern Lights cannabis strain created in the early 1980’s and a high-CBD hemp flower strain. Remarkably the Northern Lights CBD strain not only boasts impressive levels of CBD but it also retains many of the desirable characteristics of the original Northern Lights strain.

Northern Lights flower is known to be very sticky & resinous. The olive green buds are dense with occasional hints of purple and blue shining through a thick covering of trichomes.


This strain is one best saved for the afternoon or nighttime. With its indica dominant genetics and typical levels of CBD reaching around 20%, it is quite potent. Northern Lights is best enjoyed while hanging out and relaxing after the days activities have been completed.

Flavor Profile

Northern Lights, like most indica dominant strains with kush at the heart of their lineage, is rich in the terpene B-caryophyllene which gives it that classic and distinct peppery finish. This is preceded by an earthy, pine flavor with subtle notes of sweet spiciness and fruitiness.

The flavor provided by this strain has become somewhat infamous in both the cannabis and hemp/CBD markets. It is one of the most common terpene profiles you will come across due to its popularity among consumers.


This terpene contributes to the peppery finish of craft beers and many indica dominant cannabis & hemp varieties.


Myrcene is one of the most abundant terpenes in nature and is best known for its citrusy characteristics in fruits like mangoes. Needless to say, this terpene contributes to the citrus flavors found in cannabis and hemp.


As you may conclude from the name, Pinene contributes to the piney aromas and flavors in many cannabis and hemp cultivars.


If you enjoy a nice hoppy beer, you’ll enjoy cannabis and hemp strains that are rich in Humulene. This terpene gets its very name from the Hops plant and contributes to that infamous hoppy flavor. This is one of the most commonly occurring terpenes in the cannabis plant!


As we previously mentioned, Northern Lights is one of the most common terpene profiles found in CBD products such as CBD vapes. The aroma is truly a connoisseurs delight! The pungent notes of earth and pine are reminiscent of the NL parent strain, Afghani Kush. The aroma and flavor combine to give you an especially unique taste of the history of cannabis itself.

As the use of cannabis continues to increase, so does demand for innovative, high-quality concentrates. Cannabis rosin and hemp rosin are created using a unique extraction method that squeezes resin from a variety of cannabis plant materials including dry sift kief, hash, and of course dried flower. Hash rosin, or rosin created by pressing hash, is considered to be among the most desirable forms of cannabis concentrates.

What Is Rosin?

Cannabis rosin and hemp rosin alike are made using only heat and pressure. The terpene and cannabinoid rich oil (rosin) is forced out of trichomes in the cannabis the plant material using a rosin press. A rosin press features two heated plates that are clamped together using a pressurized system capable of exerting up to 20,000 pounds of force!

With the right technique and skill level, pressing cannabis and hemp plant material using a rosin press creates a potent rosin concentrate rich in cannabinoids and terpenes. Interesting enough, the entire process only takes a couple of minutes unlike solvent based extractions.

History of Hash Rosin

As far back as 2006, the commercial cannabis market has been offering rosin concentrate options. For many years cannabis connoisseurs have made their own rosin at home as well. But, as rosin press technology has advanced the home made rosin scene has struggled to catch up. Commercial extraction professionals are able to produce much higher quality rosin using the latest techniques and equipment and their yields are undoubtedly higher than most DIY rosin pressers.

Higher potency is just one characteristic of rosin that attracts cannabis consumers. Regular cannabis rosin will contain high levels of THC ranging from 60-90%. High CBD hemp flower rosin will contain CBD rather than THC at similar levels. This is due to the solvent less extraction method which concentrates all of the cannabinoids present in the plant material with no solvents stripping any away in the process.

You may see many other types of CBD concentrates available on the market today and find yourself asking, ‘why is hash rosin is so special?’. The major difference between rosin and concentrates like BHO wax or hydrocarbon extracted live resin is that rosin requires zero solvents to extract.

To make BHO (hydrocarbon extracts), extraction artists must use a hydrocarbon solvent to strip the plant material of the desirable cannabinoids and terpenes. In most cases the solvent used is butane. After the extraction process is complete, the resulting extract must be purged of the solvent completely to ensure that it is safe for consumption.

The solvent less extraction process requiring only heat and pressure is what sets rosin apart from concentrates extracted using solvents. Health conscious cannabis consumers find peace of mind knowing their rosin has never touched a solvent. For extractors and those working in the commercial cannabis industry, the quick production time for rosin is preferred over the longer solvent based extraction processes which can take a full day to perform.

Proponents of hydrocarbon extracts may argue that solvent based extractions are higher yielding, while solventless rosin concentrates tend to have a small output in comparison. However, for consumers who care about quality, hydrocarbon extracts just can’t compare to rosin pressed from quality starting material.

Pressing bubble hash using a rosin press creates some of the best cannabis and hemp concentrates available. The pure and potent rosin that is yielded from pressing bubble hash is so clean it can be dabbed leaving little to no residue unlike a lot of flower rosin.

Hash rosin is also a great way to spice up a bowl of flower or a joint. Because it is pressed from hash which is essentially a high concentration of trichomes, it has even greater flavor and potency than normal rosin pressed from flower. This gives hash rosin a far superior effect and flavor.

This increased potency and flavor can be upped even more by pressing hash that has been washed from fresh frozen flower. Flower that is frozen immediately after harvesting contains higher concentrations of terpenes and cannabinoids that would otherwise be destroyed during curing and drying. This increased cannabinoid and terpene content is transferred to the hash when the flower is washed and then into the rosin once the hash is pressed.


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