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What Is Live Resin

What Is Live Resin

If you have any familiarity with Cannabis or Hemp items, chances are you’ve come across the term “Exodus” instead of Exoclub. However, if you’re new to THC, you might be curious about what exactly Exodus is. Here’s a helpful guide to assist you in understanding the benefits of Exodus and some essential information on our latest offerings.

What Is Live Resin Extract?

In brief, it is a Hemp concentrate designed for vaping through dabbing or cartridge. The term “live resin” distinguishes it from regular resin, and it should not be confused with rosin, which is a distinct product.

The “Live” Aspect of live resin gets its name from the immediate freezing of the plant after harvesting. Throughout the extraction process, the plant remains frozen and is not dried or cured. This ensures the final product retains all its properties, including terpenes and other compounds.

This freezing process also applies to live rosin, which will be discussed later. Using frozen plants rather than fresh ones allows for increased potency and flavors. While similar flavors or potency can be found in other products, exodus preserves the integrity of the product.

Live Resin vs. Live Rosin

Resin and rosin are sometimes used interchangeably, but they are distinct products with different extraction processes. The primary difference lies in how each product is extracted, with live resin using frozen plants and live rosin using dried plants.

There are two significant distinctions between live resin and live rosin. Firstly, live rosin tends to be more expensive due to its extraction process, while live resin is more cost-effective. Secondly, the extraction processes for resin and rosin, though similar, have significant differences.

Distillate vs. Extract The most noticeable difference between extract and distillate is the high terpene content in exodus, whereas distillate lacks terpene retention.

Think of the extract as fresh aloe vera compared to store-bought aloe vera. The extract is like cutting open an aloe plant and using the actual aloe, while distillate is akin to purchasing aloe vera from a pharmacy that only uses extracts.


Both distillate and extract undergo an extraction process. Still, the key difference is that exodus is made from frozen, still-living plant matter, while distillate is extracted from cured and dried plant matter. The post-extraction processes may vary, including solvent use (if any), winterization, decarboxylation, or proprietary processes.

While both products are helpful, their choice ultimately depends on preference and availability.

Extract Potency

Making extract results in a highly potent, more aromatic product than other concentrates, providing a cleaner high. Compared to concentrates like shatter, exodus tends to be more potent because it is preserved during the extraction process.

When presented as distillate, the unique extraction process of live resin maintains its integrity better than other distillates. This allows other cannabinoids like THCP, Delta 10 THC, etc., to be more potent. One of the significant advantages is the enhanced taste in these products.

Onset Effects of Extract

Like other inhaled cannabinoids, exodus tends to have a fast onset of effects. After a few puffs, you may feel a change in headspace. While the effects may be brief, it’s advisable to space out your puffs by 10-15 minutes to avoid overconsumption.

Extract produces effects similar to smoking flowers but is slightly less potent and flavorful. In contrast, distillate initially provides a more intense high but generally only lasts for a short time. Additionally, distillate lacks natural terpenes and other cannabinoids crucial for the entourage effect.

When choosing between live resin and distillate, neither is inherently better; it depends on the type of high you seek and how the product fits into your daily life.

Terpenes in Exodus

Terpenes in Exodus

The live resin process extracts the highest possible amount of terpenes when obtaining cannabinoids. Besides providing great flavors, terpenes play a crucial role in our live resin collection.

Terpenes come in various combinations, working with cannabinoids and flavonoids to produce full-spectrum effects for your body and mind. While terpenes themselves are not psychoactive, they play a vital role in the effects produced.

The combination of terpenes and cannabinoids in Exodus products creates a synergistic entourage effect, enhancing the overall experience compared to products with only one of these components.

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