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The Ultimate Guide To Live Resin And Full Spectrum Cartridges

Over the last year, anyone who’s been in a cannabis dispensary has seen the cartridge menu slowly expand.

The booming demand for concentrates and cartridges has pushed for innovation and improvement of products. Also, with the accessible cost of carts, people are looking for strong and quality highs, which is great when your options are continually improving!

Though you may have been wondering about some of the terms you’re hearing and asking yourself things like “what does full-spectrum mean?” or “what are live resin carts?” and how they differ from a typical cart. While we can certainly answer these questions in-store, these can be pretty in-depth answers and may include a lot of information to digest on the spot.

So we’re here to save the day and give you a handy breakdown that you can take in at your own pace! This blog is an extension of our introduction to carts blog, and we recommend everyone interested in this type of product to check them both out!

THC-Terpenes: The Basics of Cannabis Cartridges

From there, producers clean the oil of any products used in the extraction process and any plant matter and then further distill this oil to extract only the THC (or sometimes, just the CBD). This leaves them with a THC distillate that they will add cannabis-derived or botanically-derived terpenes to.


Canaca’s 510 Distillate cart (1g)

(Learn more about terpenes with our guide here)

The chemists who develop these carts can work some real magic while doing so, even going so far as Solei has with the Unplug cart, making it taste like a sweet lavender London fog latte!

The effect terpenes have on flavour and high is incredible, and the producers who make these carts rely heavily on something called the entourage effect to achieve the types of highs they advertise with their THC distillates!

That being said, though, while these carts are still fantastic products, they’re hardly true to the type of experience you get from the smoking flower.

This is where full-spectrum carts come in.

The Full Spectrum Cart

A full-spectrum cart is processed so that instead of only extracting the THC during the plant’s distillation process, all they do is clean the oil and prepare it for packaging. Then, instead of distilling the components of the resulting oil into parts they believe are most desirable, producers give consumers a product that is almost identical to the strain or group they advertise it as.

These carts leave you with a more complex and twisty high that is more similar to smoking the whole bud in a bowl, dry-herb vape, or a pre-roll! . While our Budtenders still enjoy distillate carts, many of us will recommend a full-spectrum cart off the bat if you ask us which ones we prefer.

Made By’s Full Spectrum Cartridges

The Live Resin Cart

A live resin cart is very similar to a full-spectrum cart but not identical.

The difference comes down to if the bud was cured/dried or not. Some may recognize this term as being a dabbable product…because it is!

For newbies, what’s important to know is what live resin means. It is a very specific type of cannabis product. When producers describe a cannabis product as “live”, they mean that the bud was not dried or cured before being processed. If you have ever bought a “flash frozen” kief or hash product, that was also a live resin product.

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