Friendly farms alien labs, live resin cartridges uses their Tru Spectrum process, assuring the flavors and effects truly represents each specific cannabis strain, as nature intended. One ingredient – nothing added, nothing removed. For use with a standard 510-threaded vape battery (not included). Friendly Farms and Alien Labs are proud to bring you this unique Hybrid. Gelato 41 offers a heavy, relaxing body high without clouding the mind. This strain puts out a sweet and earthy aroma alongside hints of pine and lavender. Quality, community, and culture are the core values of Friendly Farms. California natives and founders Darrin and Chaz started Friendly Farms to give people a product they deserve. Through a careful and precise process where cannabis plants are hand selected, Friendly Farms creates problems that are truly from farm to friend.
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Friendly Farms Live Resin is a form of cannabis concentrate produced using fresh flower as opposed to dried and cured buds. This method retains the terpenes that are lost during the drying and curing process. Because the flavorful terpenes remain intact, live resin is considered a high-quality, connoisseur-level product.
What is live resin?
It is a cannabis concentrate that gets its name from the freshness of the cannabis plant from which it’s made. Unlike the majority of cannabis products, live resin is made from plant material that hasn’t been dried or cured. The starting plant material used for live resin includes fresh flower buds and sugar leaves; the large fan leaves and stems are excluded. The flash-freezing process helps preserve the most desirable compounds and retain the full flavor of the cannabis plant. Concentrate enthusiasts tend to gravitate toward it thanks to its more flavorful and aromatic dabbing experience.
Capturing the full essence and aroma of living cannabis is the primary goal. The live resin production process — flash-freezing the plant material, then extracting compounds from it — is associated with high-quality and flavorful concentrates. Bypassing the typical drying and curing stage allows for a greater proportion of essential oils. These essential oils, technically called terpenes, are the compounds responsible for the distinctive flavors and aromas in weed, and in the final extraction product.
What does live resin look and feel like?
It comes in a variety of colors and forms. The type of cultivar, or strain, used for the concentrate affects a lot of the chemical and physical characteristics of the extract. Live resin is chock full of terpenes in greater proportions than other concentrates. With the additional essential oils, the consistency is typically looser than other concentrates. The more terpenes, the runnier and more malleable the concentrate. The most common consistencies of live resin are sap, sugar, badder/budder, and sauce.
How to store live resin
Preserve the potency and quality by keeping it away from heat, light, moisture, and open air. An airtight and lightproof container is best to help maintain its texture and consistency, as well as protect the cannabinoids from degradation and the terpenes from evaporation. If you’re in the market for containers, look for concentrate storage containers made of silicone or glass. Silicone has another perk — it’s easier to scrape sticky concentrates out of it.