How Rosin is Made | Weedmaps Learn


Rosin is a concentrate made by exposing cannabis to heat and pressure to squeeze the terpenes and cannabinoids found in the plant’s trichome glands. Rosin can be made out of flower, dry sift, or hash. This extraction technique has been used by other industries for decades. Imagine squeezing the oil out of an olive or juice from grapes. The rosin process transforms the starting material into a potent, solventless concentrate. It can even turn hash that won’t melt into a dabbable product. Rosin technology has been around for decades, it didn’t really take off until Phil “Soilgrown” Salazar began sharing photos of his rosin on social media and discussing his technique with the public. While Salazar didn’t invent the process, he did play a huge role in creating the hype that has spurred many solventless enthusiasts to begin experimenting on their own. Learn more about the process now: Can't get enough? Weedmaps Facebook: Weedmaps Twitter: Weedmaps Instagram: Weedmaps Skate Instagram: Weedmaps Surf instagram: Weedmaps BMX Instagram: Weedmaps Moto Instagram: About Weedmaps: Weedmaps is the world’s first marijuana technology and media brand. Since 2008, has helped medical marijuana patients and adult recreational users find the doctor’s, dispensaries, retail stores, delivery services, menus, and deals near them. With close to 8,000 listings, Weedmaps is the largest directory of medical and adult use marijuana in the world. Weedmaps TV