The Colorado marijuana extraction lab has been a popular concentrate provider since launching in 2017, building off its line of live resin and rosin extractions. The brand has recently expanded into edibles, as well, with two new jars of rosin-infused gummies set for a statewide release in September.
Most commercial edibles are made with cannabis oil and distillates that are extracted with butane, ethanol and other chemical solvents and then refined. Rosin is a solventless extract created through a process of pressure and temperature fluctuation, leaving a more thorough mix of cannabinoids and terpenes — and potentially a fuller-bodied high, according to users.
Although rosin is traditionally inhaled through vaporization, edibles…
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