Whole Melt Extracts
Whole Melt Extracts Live Resin (Authentic) is solvent less extraction with a focus on the best part of the plant. If you have been searching for a top-tier cannabis extract on the market, you may want to consider six-star bubble hash also known as “full melt.”
This solventless, contaminant, and residue-free concentrate is typically “the best of the batch” so it often comes at higher price points.
Whole melt refers to the quality of the hash in terms of cleanliness, ability to melt without leaving residue, and the richness of the cannabinoid and terpene profile the hash contains.
The goal in creating Whole melt is to isolate the trichome heads from the rest of the plant. Trichome heads are chock full o’ cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Not to mention, there is a high concentration of terpenes in the trichome head.
Whole Melt Extracts (Authentic) is a term for high-grade dry sieve or water hash—it Whole melt and doesn’t leave a residue or char behind.
Whole Melt Extracts Live Resin
Dry sieve and water hash are rated on a scale of one to six stars, indicating refinement and meltability. Whole Melt Extracts is highly refined and usually rated at five or six stars.
Whole Melt Extracts is high-grade dry sieve or water hash concentrate that melts fully without leaving behind a residue. “Half melt” is a term for low grade water hash, so named because it melts halfway, rather than fully. Whether made with or without water, full melts are usually made with fine micron screens between 70-120 microns.
Multiple screens are used when making Whole melt hash to filter out impurities and get a high-quality product.
Because of their high purity, Whole melt will melt completely away in a dab nail, like chemical extracts such as BHO, CO2 oil, PHO, etc. Typically, full melts and rosins are the only types of solventless concentrates that are dabbed.
Whole Melt Extracts In the industry, solventless hash is rated on a scale of one to six-stars, six being the highest quality. Three and four-star hashes are the most common quality ratings you will find in the market because true Whole melt requires truly primo material to make.
These grades are sometimes known as “half melt” because they still contain some plant debris. Many times three and four-star hashes are pressed into rosins for further filtration before consumption.
If you are fortunate enough to produce a true six-star Whole Melt Extracts there is really no reason to press it into rosin—it can be dabbed as is. In addition to being extremely clean, Whole melt hash is one of, if not the best, concentrates for retaining as much of the plant’s profile as possible.