The Ultimate Rosin Pressing Resource

How To Make Moon Rocks with Rosin

Moon Rocks are a cannabis confection so unique they appear to originate out of this world. Part cannabis flower and part cannabis concentrate, Moon Rocks present one of the most interesting and exciting ways to consume cannabis. Show up to any gathering with a jar of Moon Rocks and you and your novelty nugs will be the center of attention. What makes Moon Rocks so special? Moon rocks are cannabis flowers covered in oil and frosted with a layer of trichomes.
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What Is Nucleation in Rosin?

Have you ever seen clear, smooth, oily rosin transform into a seemingly sugar-filled, clumpy, and inconsistent substance? This change in appearance is due to nucleation, and it’s a relatively common occurrence in rosin. But what is nucleation, and how does it impact the quality of your rosin? Read on to find out. What is nucleation? Nucleation is simply a phase change in which crystalline formations occur in a liquid.
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How To Take Notes To Improve Your Rosin Production

The mechanics of pressing rosin are straightforward. With the application of heat and pressure, solventless extractors release the oils contained within cannabis to create a pure and potent form of concentrate known as rosin. Although the overall approach to pressing rosin is simple, many variables exist in the actual process, any of which can have a direct impact on the quantity and quality of your rosin yield. Over time and with experience, extractors gain a better understanding of how to control variables such as time, temperature, and pressure when pressing rosin.
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How To Make MCT Oil Rosin Capsules

When hash heads get together to talk about rosin, it’s unlikely that rosin capsules will be the first topic of conversation. Rosin is known for its ability to capture the purest essence of the cannabis plant, offering an accurate representation of each particular cultivar’s unique terpene profile, maintaining an unmatched level of potency and purity within all categories of cannabis concentrates. How could we fit all of this sensory magic into an edible capsule? Although rosin is generally vaporized and inhaled for the cleanest and most satisfying type of dab you could hope to find
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How to Make Vape Cartridges with Your Rosin

✅ Updated 6/21/21Vape cartridges are known to be one of the easiest and most popular ways to enjoy cannabis. Their convenience, cleanliness, discreetness, potency, and flavor combine for a truly unique and satisfying cannabis experience. It’s no surprise that vape cartridges are one of the highest-selling product categories at dispensaries. But what if you could make your own rosin vape cartridges at home? Making your own cannabis vape cartridges from rosin provides a great alternative to the traditional dabbing experience
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How To Make THCA Rosin

✅ Updated 10/24/21 THCA is the acid form of the THC molecule and has been gaining in popularity as an isolated cannabinoid. Due to its nearly unbeatable purity, it’s useful in calculating precise dosages in the formulation of cannabis edibles and tinctures. THCA can also be used in making diamonds and sauce, the unrivaled form of rosin for many people in terms of potency and flavor. We’ll review that and more in this quick guide on how to make THCA rosin.
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How to Calculate Platen PSI

✅ Updated 3/4/21 Pressing high grade rosin requires exerting just the right amount of pressure onto cannabis source material. Too much pressure and you risk equipment failure and reduced oil flow efficiency. Too little pressure and you end up overcompensating with excessive temperatures and diminished terpenes. Achieving the right level of pressure during solventless extraction allows cannabis to unlock that unique expression of cannabinoid and terpene-rich oil we know and love as rosin.
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How Bubble Hash Is Rated

✅ Updated 11/22/21 Bubble hash, or bubble for short, is quickly becoming the most popular starting material for rosin production, and for good reason. Bubble hash is a solventless cannabis extract that contains higher percentages of cannabinoids and terpenes than unprocessed cannabis flowers, translating into a uniquely flavorful, pure, and potent rosin. Because bubble hash contains only trace amounts of unwanted compounds and plant particles, extractors generally achieve higher yields with bubble hash (also known as ice wax and full melt) than with dried and cured cannabis flowers.
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How to Increase Terpene Production When Growing Cannabis

A good way to think about cannabis cultivation is that you’re actually farming trichomes, specifically the cannabinoids and terpenes they contain. Especially if you’re planning to use the flowers for making hash, it’s important to optimize for terpene production during the flowering phase of the cannabis plant’s life. The following are some things to consider for your grow when aiming for increased terpene production:
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Cultivating Soil for Optimal Terpene Expression

Growing the best cannabis requires growing the best soil. Think about how you’re cultivating your soil and that intention will shine through in the end product. The goal is to create soil that gives roots the healthiest environment possible, and healthy roots lead to healthy flowers. Here are 5 tips to help you grow the best soil for your plants Correct pH (slightly acidic) When using organic soil with only organic fertilizer, pH adjustment will likely not be needed. Most soil in nature is slightly acidic, and that’s what cannabis prefers. If you keep the pH between 6.0 and 7.0
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The Directional Flow Method Tutorial

✅ Updated 2/14/22The Directional Flow Method is a way of folding parchment paper used during pressing in such a way to guide flowing rosin away from the heated plates and onto a cooler surface (the outer edges of the parchment). The more quickly you move rosin away from the heat source, the more you’ll optimize terpene and cannabinoid preservation. Another benefit of the Directional Flow Method is that it allows you to watch the flow during a press. You can see when the flow starts and when it stops, which lets you really dial in the variables specific to your starting material.
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