Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What exactly is live resin?
Q: Why is it called live resin? Is it alive?
Q: Why should I use live resin?
Q: Does live resin have more THC than other concentrates?
Q: How do I use live resin?
Q: Do you use butane to create Live Resin? I’ve heard it’s dangerous.
Q: Do you use butane to make your products? I heard that stuff is dangerous.
Q: How do I use Clear Concentrates?
Q: What’s the difference between Clear Concentrates and Live Resin?
Q: Are concentrates better than flower?
Q: Are your solid concentrates made with butane?
Q: Are solids a good option for me?
Q: Why should I try Kaps?
Q: How are Kaps made?
Q: Isn’t Nectar the same as Live Resin?
Q: Is Nectar made using butane?
Rick Simpson Oil
Q: How is Rick Simpson Oil made?
A: Rick Simpson Oil is made by grinding up pure organic flower and placing it in an alcohol solvent to extract the cannabinoids. The mixture is washed twice with the solvent, and the alcohol is cooked out of the mixture at a low temperature for a substantial amount of time. This process of soaking the medical cannabis draws the therapeutic compounds out of the plant, leaving a tar-like liquid after the solvent fully evaporates.
Q: Who on Earth is Rick Simpson?
A: Rick Simpson is a Canadian engineer who, in 2003, began cultivating and harvesting cannabis to create his own form of concentrated cannabis, also known as Rick Simpson Oil. Rick Simpson is an evangelist for the positive effects of this concentrate, and claims that it cured his skin cancer, although this claim has not been corroborated by formal medical research.
Q: Is Rick Simpson Oil made with butane?
A: Nope! At K.I.N.D. Concentrates, we never use butane to create our medical marijuana concentrates. Safety first!
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