Mike Tyson Full Spectrum Live Resin
Named after former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, this strain is sure to knock you out. With a pungent diesel aroma, Tyson delivers a punch of indica effects known to fully relax the body while dulling pain, stress, insomnia, and appetite loss. This strain is not intended for first time users, and should only be consumed by indica connoisseurs. Tyson has been Canna Clinic’s signature strain since its inauguration in 2011.
WTF is Live Resin?
Everything you always wanted to know about live-resin cannabis extracts.
What is Live Resin? A Definition.
Simply put, live resin is a cannabis concentrate made from flower that hasn’t been cured or dried like the majority of cannabis products to retain the terpenes and flavors. Instead, freshly picked buds are frozen immediately after harvest to preserve the full flavor profile of the strain before extraction.
What’s so bad about dried cannabis flower? Nothing! However, it’s been shown that cannabis left to cure for a week at room temperature loses 31% of its terpenes. [Insert crying face here.]
Live resin is available in a wide array of products because it ranges in viscosity; mostly due to terpene concentration. You’ll commonly find live resin in oil cartridges, butters, sugars, and sauces.
So, What’s Live-Resin Sauce?
“Sauce” usually refers to the consistency of an extract that contains high levels of terpenes. Sauces can either be made with cured (where it loses many of its terpenes) or fresh-frozen (remember our lesson above?) plant material, so look for “Live-Resin Sauce” for the most flavorful experience.
How is Live Resin made?
Immediately after harvest, whole-plant material is frozen and kept at sub-zero temperatures to preserve the terpenes and flavor profile of the live flower.
On its own, live resin sauce is not viscous enough to work in vape carts or pods (and the sauce fraction of live resin is also very low in THCa potency).
Is Live Resin considered to be a “Full Spectrum Extract?”
Yes! Ourfresh flower material is frozen and kept at subzero temperatures, we’re able to retain the full spectrum of compounds available. During the curing process, many terpenes are lost, but by freezing flower we are able to retain a broad range of cannabinoids and supporting terpenes. You could say live-resin extract is actually a fuller spectrum!
How to store Live Resin.
How can you extend the life of your live resin products?
- ABX live-resin products are made with distillate and live resin, and the viscosity of these oils could shift if stored improperly.
- Store in an upright position at room temperature to ensure the oil stays settled in the pod.
- The small, rubber mouthpiece should also be kept in place when not in use to ensure the maximum life of the pods.
- Should oil accumulate around the mouthpiece, a clean cotton ball (or cloth) with isopropyl rubbing alcohol can be used to easily clean the mouthpiece.
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