Rope is the new dope!I would not bother growing or pressing if I could get my meds that cheap...and why the fuck is rope(CBD) so expensive....a yuppie/pop culture thing?
It looks like some of it is rebranded. I see a portable concentrate device that looks identical to a cheap one I got from vapefiend that is also a rebranded Chinese vape.Is it me or does above site seem like rebranded chinese stuff? I mean knock off peaks? Opinions on a post card pls
And is the extra yield from 72% buds just water weight???
I've also had good luck with higher humidity presses.
Particularly for buds that try to butter up on the plates. Helps flow and increased yields can be had!
...not any worse in quality at all, but if pressed at lower humidity, it butters all around the puck and arrests the flow.
it is more challenging to collect off your parchment and can be a bit more challenging to handle versus buttering on the plate.
If the paper isn’t soaked, and the puck is dry, cant we assume the moisture is in the rosin? It’s gotta go somewhere, and I don’t see steam billowing out of my press?
Yeah, that of course makes sense. I'm a bit confused as to what point you're making tho or what this points to. Not being argumentative, just being stupid and not understanding I'm still in here as a bit of learner so just checking im not missing whats being said I'm not in any way arguing against whats been said already in thread, just asking what the experiences are now someone posted something different. Just in case I've come across as tho i'm trying to prove you all wrong, definitely not the case
The puck is still sat in front of me and the flower doesnt feel as crumbly and dry as it did pre being put in with the packs. It feels empty tho, which is cool, none of the solid edges that feel like they've still got rosin content, doesnt feel like there is any point re-pressing.
But yeah, for sure, that extra 10% of humidity must have been in the rosin as well as the flower.
I'm asking it as a question, I'm not certain of the answer, I'm just assuming that with no signs of moisture evacuating when pressing flower rosin, where could it go but in the rosin? That's one of the things I find interesting/quirky about flower rosin is the different RH effects, when hash rosin in comparison has nearly all of the plant material (and thus water) removed.
I'm just thinking, if one were to press an ounce of flower, there's quite a bit of water in there that is absent after pressing: with that much water being removed in a short amount of time it just seems like there would be condensation drops somewhere.
Normally oil and water don't mix, but I know from pressing fresh herb that is wet enough to cause the rosin to sizzle on the nail that the moisture in that dab isn't separating like oil and water normally do, it was emulsified, or something.