I don’t care if the THC content in my Live Budder or Live Resin is extremely high

People believe a lot of misconceptions about cannabis and marijuana products. It started with the anti-weed propaganda that was going strong well into the previous decade. If you live in a fairly conservative area that lacks legal cannabis laws, you might still get exposed to anti-cannabis propaganda to this day. Thankfully the proven success of legal cannabis laws has done a lot toward dissolving the social stigma toward the plant. On top of that, we also have CBD and hemp to thank for slowly desensitizing many people to the idea of marijuana in general. My grandparents use CBD products daily and used to be anti-weed until just a few years ago. They watched friends of theirs benefit from the pain relieving properties of the cannabinoid. My current favorite cannabis products are the concentrates referred to as Live Budder and Live Resin. The “live” part means the concentrate was made from freshly harvested plants that are immediately frozen for extraction instead of being dry-cured first. There are many terpenes that are lost as the harvest flower buds are dried out for consumption. Other than that, they’re basic wax concentrates that are derived from a hydrocarbon extraction process. They’re clean and full of terpenes, usually at higher percentages than you’d find in Live Rosin. There are some people who are worried about consuming any concentrates that were made with solvents, but that’s why these processes utilize extremely expensive equipment that you find in medical laboratories. The end product is completely purged of any adulterants or contaminants. Some batches of Live Rosin are great, but can I justify paying at least $30 more per gram? I just can’t afford cannabis concentrates at that price.


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