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Welcome to the world of rosin, a pure, solventless extract that’s revolutionizing the cannabis and hemp industries. Derived from the resin of pines and other plants, rosin is a versatile substance that ranges in color from yellow to black. Unlike other concentrates, rosin is produced through a simple heat and pressure method, preserving the full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes. At room temperature, rosin is brittle but melts at stove-top temperatures, making it versatile for various applications.

The Significance of Rosin in the Cannabis Industry

In the burgeoning field of cannabis and hemp processing, rosin stands out as a pure, solventless extract. Unlike other concentrates that require solvents like butane or CO2, rosin is produced through a simple yet effective heat and pressure method. This technique preserves the full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes, offering a potent and clean product highly valued by connoisseurs and patients.

Steps Involved In The Rosin Extraction Process

Rosin extraction is a marvel of simplicity and purity in the cannabis industry. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown of how rosin is produced:

  1. Freezing the Fresh Cannabis: The process begins with fresh cannabis, which is immediately frozen to preserve the plant’s live essence and its rich terpene profile. This step is crucial for creating what’s known as live rosin.
  2. Agitation: Once the cannabis is ready, it’s agitated in a hash-washing vessel. This separates the resin from the plant material, allowing for the collection of potent compounds.
  3. Filtration: The agitated cannabis trichomes are then transferred to a filtration vessel. The filtered hash is collected and freeze-dried to prepare it for pressing.
  4. Pressing: The final and most critical step in the rosin extraction involves pressing the hash using a rosin press. This is where Sasquash’s expertise truly shines. Sasquash rosin presses are renowned for their precision and consistency. The combination of heat and immense pressure extracts the amber oil, which is the rosin.

Controlling the Variables

Achieving the perfect rosin requires precise control over several variables:

  • Humidity: The relative humidity of the flower should be around 60% to prevent the oils from being absorbed by the plant matter during extraction.
  • Temperature: The temperature during extraction influences the consistency of the rosin. It must be high enough to liquefy the oils but not so high as to degrade the valuable compounds.
  • Pressure: The pressure must be sufficient to mobilize the oil without crushing the plant material too much.
  • Time: The duration of the press is also critical. It must be long enough to extract the oils but not so long that it leads to degradation.

By mastering these variables, Root Sciences and Sasquash ensure that their equipment can produce the highest quality rosin, reflecting their commitment to excellence in the cannabis and hemp industries.

The Future of Extraction: Clean, Potent, and Accessible

As the industry evolves, the demand for clean and potent cannabis products is on the rise. Rosin, with its solvent-free purity and high cannabinoid content, is at the forefront of this shift.

Root Sciences and Sasquash: A Partnership for Purity

Root Sciences, a leader in cannabis and hemp processing equipment, has joined forces with Sasquash, the premier manufacturer of rosin presses. This partnership brings together unparalleled expertise and a commitment to quality, ensuring that clients receive the best equipment and comprehensive training and support.

The partnership between Root Sciences and Sasquash is more than just a business agreement; it’s a commitment to advancing the industry toward a future where quality and purity are paramount.