Created by Royal River Botanicals here in Maine, Luminosa hash is a hydrocarbon extracted hash product. Rich in flavorful terpenes the consistency of this hash is based on the product being extracted. Luminosa is typically the consistency of THCA crystals saturated with Terps.
Our Luminosa hash is extracted via our in-house lab in partnership with Royal River Botanicals (the developers of Luminosa). Every concentrate we make is considered “hash”, the names of the products are based on extraction methods and consistency. Luminosa hash is typically a solid consistency of THCA crystals saturated with the terpenes of the strain its made with. All COAs of our strains and products include terpene profiles so you know exactly what you are ingesting.
Cannabis live resin has been a staple in the Maine concentrates market for years. As with everything, the quality of the live resin is predicated on the inputs. We process with high quality resin & terpene-rich fresh frozen bud allowing for an extremely tasty experience!
It’s one of the most sought-after collaborations in Maine. Zero Gravity Cannabis grown and Royal River Botanicals extracted solventless extracts. We hunt and grow cultivars specifically for solventless extraction, phenotypes with terpene flavor profiles that are best for solventless hash. The cultivators at Zero Gravity and the extractors at Royal River all have 20+ years experience at their craft.
CBG, also known as, cannabigerol, is what we can refer to as the “mother” cannabinoid, because CBG is actually found in the baseline of most cannabinoids. However, she is still considered a minor cannabinoid because most mature plants will only have trace amounts. Just like how THC reacts, CBG will latch onto the CB1 and CB2 receptors in your brain, but can actually be considered more of a “buffer” to the psychoactivity in the THC. In other words, it will provide the similar medicinal benefits that THC offers, but will not get you “high.”
The reason our shatter comes out so transparent has to do with the molecules which, if left undisturbed, form a glass-like appearance. Heat, moisture, strain, cannabinoid and high terpene content will affect the texture, turning oils into a runnier substance that resembles sap (hence the commonly used nickname “sap”). Oils with a consistency that falls somewhere between glassy shatter and viscous sap is often referred to as “pull-and-snap.”