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A clean, rich has so many fantastic benefits that words can’t express. People can’t agree on whether to call it , -resin, -water resin, , -extracted resin, , resin, or whatever comes to mind.
Pure water extracted resin has all of the of a concentrate and it doesn’t contain or other that you may find in , and other forms of -made concentrates.
Water is about resin made by placing dried and clippings in iced water and “washing” the material to gather .
When you resin glands from other material plants produce, you get the purest dose of high quality resin that can be derived without using solvent-assisted extraction.
Here we see the XL rotating in a -H2O extraction. This eliminates the manual application of standing over a tub or bucket with a drill and paddle in hand.
When you use iced water to make bubble, you’re using , , and wet to isolate the resin glands. There’s no butane, C02, or solvents to worry about…and no explosions either.
Long ago bubble-making methodology was popularized involving bags that have different micron sizes of screens.
The bubble production process involves putting plant material in a “work bag” along with plenty of ice, then stirring and settling the mixture.
After that, you’re gently squeezing the mixture through screen built into the working bag so a slurry of icewater and resin glands travel through the screen and into a stacked set of other bags that have different sized, progressively smaller screens.
After you’ve squeezed all the water and resin glands from the work bag, you discard the plant material in it, although some resin makers will or rescreen that material to get as much as possible. Most resin believe resin glands that gather on the bottom of the smaller pore size bags 75, 50 and 25 microns are the highest quality resin glands.
Try for your self to determine your favorite.