If you’re the kind of person who cares about what you put in your body, and somebody who’s looking for the cleanest, safest rosin out there; then it’s time to start making it yourself.
The great thing is making rosin is easy and safe. But there are a few things to go over in order to ensure that your homemade rosin is fully organic.
Know Your Grower
Sourcing the finest organic, pesticide-free cannabis should be your first priority. The easiest way to go about this is by getting to know a superb cultivator. Search out a fully organic cannabis farmer in your area, somebody who really cares about what they are doing. Because, who grew it, and how it was grown are more important than anything else.
It’s not enough to just buy any old bud or hash from a dispensary and press it into rosin. Unless you know the cultivator and their practices, there’s absolutely no way to ensure your cannabis has been grown organically and free of any chemical pesticides.
Grow it Yourself
With many states now allowing for it, why not take advantage of home cultivation? Ok, growing primo bud isn’t easy, but it’s not the proverbial rocket science either. It grows outside in a surprising range of climates, even in colder places with the aid of a greenhouse. So, if you really want to take control of what you’re smoking, then why not get into a little horticulture? You’ll be amazed by what you can grow at home, and best of all, you’ll know exactly what went into each and every bud.
Choosing the Best Rosin Press
You have your organic, pesticide free ganja all ready, now what? Well, it’s time to procure a rosin press. The great news is that you don’t need some humongous industrial scale equipment to make bountiful rosin yourself. In fact, here at Rosintech, we have a number of small presses designed for home use. The likes of the Rosin Tech GO™, TWIST™, or SMASH™are perfect for the concentrate enthusiast looking to produce exquisite rosin right in the comfort of their own home.
With the simple application of heat and pressure, your rosin press will squeeze out the trichomes from just about any form of cannabis. Dry sift and bubble hash are firm favorites, but you can press rosin directly from the flower too. You’ll need some micron filter bags and some top-quality parchment paper to go along with a rosin press, but beyond that, there’s very little equipment involved. Be sure to check out our complete guide on How to Make Rosin. It contains all the ins and outs of the process, and will get you making craft organic rosin in no time.