Alpine Vapor has perfected the art of morphing live resin into vapable oil, preserving the integrity of the cannabinoids within.
What’s the difference between live resin and a regular CO2 cart, you ask? “Live” uses whole cannabis flower instead of bud that’s been dried and cured. Using flower that hasn’t been cured ensures a more robust terpene profile than other cannabis concentrates out there, which you definitely want. As close to nature’s miracle as possible? Please.
Live resin has comparable, if not the same, levels of THC as a dab, a very potent cannabis concentrate made with butane (BHO), CO2 and other methods.
Studies have shown the cold-extraction process used to preserve the flowers’ integrity and convert it into live resin produces a final product that’s as close to the plant’s original chemical profile as possible. Pretty rad, right? I just blinded you with science!
Because live resin contains more monoterpenes you get more lip-smacking bursts of flavor than with other concentrates. Who needs flavored vapes with additives when you can get super tasty live resin?
I want my Granddaddy Purple (also the name of my favorite Christmas sweater) half gram cartridge to taste like the advertised indica strain. I’m expecting a very prominent sweet grape, berry profile that’ll keep me relaxed and (hopefully) not knocked out.
Will it live up to my expectations? Can I taste a difference in live resin? Let’s vape and break it down.