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Rosin to shatter: understanding cannabis concentrates

What’s the Difference Between Live Resin and Live Rosin??   Trisha Edwards Live Resin and Live Rosin are two different types of cannabis extracts.  Both terms, resin, and rosin, refer to multiple products, in and outside of cannabis culture, so let’s give some clarity .  In cannabis culture, the term Live Resin is used in reference to a solvent based extract, (BHO or butane hash oil is the most widely used solvent), that is made with live, or freshly frozen plant material.  It is created through a single pass extraction that captures the plant’s terpene profile by extracting the resin glands before they dry and cure.  For that reason, live resin is considered one of the best cannabis concentrates for consumers who want the “full flavor and cannabinoid profile of their strains”. It tends to be more expensive than other concentrates because of the difficulty in the process of creating it, but it offers some of the most powerful psychoactive effects and medical benefits.   Rosin and Live

Release Marijuana Inmates during Covid-19. By M.W White

   "Although cannabis is at the cusp of  Federal legalization and can be seen as a "Essential Business" there is still inmates incarnated for marijuana charges; while at risk for Covid-19"   March 13, 2020, President Trump declared a National Emergency because of the  Corona-virus Pandemic. Since then the U.S prisons/jail system condition has been expose for a death pool.   Former Federal inmate Piper Kerman, now Prison Right Advocate and writer of the bestselling novel turn Neflix series the "Orange is the New Black" , shares her concerns and empathy as she discuss the low risk of releasing inmates behind bars stated in the  Washington Post, “Elderly probationers and parolees have some of the lowest recidivism rates of all former inmates. Releasing such people poses very low public safety risks and will have a dramatic effect on preserving public health.” said Piper Kerman However, the United States is largest housing block for incarceration in