So you're browsing our website and noticing two different gummies containing CBD and Delta-9 THC.
Which one is right for you?
That's what we're going to cover in this blog post.
Here, we'll go over:
- What is Live Rosin?
- What is Select Spectrum?
- Select Spectrum vs. Delta-9 + CBD Live Rosin
- The Entourage Effect
Plus, we'll show you how to pick that's right gummy for YOU.
What is Live Rosin?
Live rosin is a concentrate pressed out of bubble hash made with fresh, uncured cannabis.
In this case, hemp is used (like all of our other products).
Live rosin is highly revered because it is a solventless extract that contains the "live" profile of the plant.
In plain English, this means it contains the purest rendition of cannabinoids and other natural compounds found in the plant.
Plus, the only things needed to extract it from cannabis are some ice, water, filters, and a specialized press.
For our Live Rosin Gummies, we infused this extract with hemp-derived THC and CBD (for the 5mg variety) for synergy that may promote the effects of dominant cannabis varieties.
What is Select Spectrum?
Select Spectrum is a balanced blend of CBD and THC from hemp that contains minor cannabinoids.
No matter the quantity of cannabinoids in the edible, the ratio of CBD to THC will always be 1:1.
And that pretty much summarizes Select Spectrum!
Delta-9 + CBD Live Rosin Gummies vs. Select Spectrum Gummies
So as you can see, both share a 1:1 ratio of CBD to THC.
However, they differ in the amount, with 10:10 in Select Spectrum and 5:5 in Delta-9 + CBD Live Rosin.
Besides that, the other critical difference is that one contains a live profile of a cannabis (hemp) plant while the other has a "purer" cannabinoid profile.
With live rosin, it may be possible to have an experience leaning toward a type of cannabis variety (indica, sativa, hybrid).
When you enjoy Select Spectrum, you get a more "neutral" experience, meaning you're just experiencing the synergy of the cannabinoids.
And finally, the rest comes down to taste.
The Delta-9 + CBD Live Rosin Gummies come in blueberry, blood orange, and natural cannabis flavors, while Select Spectrum Gummies come in mango, pineapple, and strawberry flavors.
The Entourage Effect
THC (hemp-derived Delta-9, Delta-8, etc.) can offer effects that can include relaxation, creativity, relief, feeling energized, and much more.
If you've tried it, you know. But if you haven't tried it, remember that these compounds can affect everyone differently, and you should always start with a small amount.
However, many enthusiasts have found that adding CBD and other cannabis compounds with THC can offer a different experience and, in some ways, "smoothes it out."
Again, keep in mind that these compounds affect everyone differently.
But interaction is known to many as "the entourage effect."
Because both the Live Rosin and Select Spectrum Gummies contain multiple cannabinoids, they have the potential to offer the entourage effect.
Picking The Right Gummy
And now, the moment we've all been waiting for...
Should you choose a Select Spectrum Gummy or the Delta-9 + CBD Live Rosin Gummy?
Which gummy is better for relaxation?
Which one reigns supreme when it comes to feeling energized?
Is it Select Spectrum or Live Rosin that can you feel more creative?
Well, we'll let you in on a big industry secret.
Don't tell anyone.
It all comes down to the different gummies, and even different amounts of gummies (cut in halves, quarters, etc.) affect YOU.
Sorry if that felt anti-climatic, but that's the truth.
Yes. There are some general leanings among enthusiasts, such as taking an indica for nighttime and sativa at day.
However, the best way is to try these different blends for yourself in a controlled manner and see which one works best to get you where you want to go.
And speaking about trying new things, we don't want you to forget about our Worry-Free Guarantee.
What is it?
If you tried something and didn't like it (for any reason), you can send it back to us, and we'll give you store credit to try something new.
You can find the full terms and conditions on this page.
Pretty neat, right?
And that's just about it for this blog post.
Till next time.