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Rosin Chips

Rosin chips are the byproduct of the rosin extraction process, which is a method used to extract cannabinoids and terpenes from cannabis plant material using heat and pressure. This technique does not require the use of solvents, making it a popular choice for those seeking a more natural and pure form of cannabis concentrate. During the extraction process, the cannabis plant material, typically flower or trim, is placed between two heated plates and pressure is applied. The heat and pressure cause the resin containing the desired compounds to melt and be squeezed out of the plant material, resulting in a sticky, amber-colored substance known as rosin. After the extraction, the depleted plant material that remains is referred to as rosin chips. These chips have been stripped of a significant portion of their cannabinoids and terpenes, but they still contain some residual compounds. While less potent than the original material or the extracted rosin, rosin chips can sometimes be further processed or utilized in various ways, such as for making edibles or tinctures, thus minimizing waste and maximizing the use of the cannabis plant.

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