Our Banana Crème Premium Live Rosin was specially blended in-house by combining two of our favorite strains from Humboldt Kine Farms. This Banana OG cut is from Purple City Genetics, and is a cross of Ghost OG and Sagarmatha. Its intense ripe-banana aroma cannot be mistaken for anything else! The Crème Brûlée strain, bred by Emerald Family Farms, is a cross of OG Kush x Platinum Kush x Girl Scout Cookies. These two together make for the perfect gassy-fruit profile, but beware - it will be uplifting at first, and then put the unsuspecting down for a long nap!
Papa's Select makes California's premier award-winning solventless Living Extracts. We use only top-tier cannabis that has been grown in the world's renowned cannabis region, the Emerald Triangle. Our products provide the truest expression of these plants by only introducing water and heat to the extraction process. Papa’s Select products are considered Living Extracts because they are made with cannabis that has been frozen moments after being harvested, while the cannabis flowers are still fresh and at peak ripeness. This process allows us to unlock the potential of the plant at the perfect moment in time and provide the best possible product to our consumers.
- Made with chemical-free process: uses only ice, water, heat, and pressure.
- Unrivaled flavor and terpene profile.
- High potency and full spectrum of cannabinoids.
- Captures the complete profile of the plant.
How It’s Made
Made with cannabis that has been frozen moments after being harvested, while the cannabis flowers are still fresh and at peak ripeness. Our process uses only ice, water, heat, and pressure to create the cleanest form of cannabis concentrates. Solventless extracts are different than solvent-free extracts, which use a chemical aid in the extraction process that is later purged out.
819.57 mg THCA - 2.02 mg THC - 1.50 mg THC
Keep refrigerated. Live Rosin is best enjoyed through a low temp dab and is best preserved in temperatures below 50-65 degrees. Badder can be stored at room temperature, but temperatures below 65 degrees are best for preservation.