How to Infuse Rosin Into Coconut Oil

Rosin is a cannabis concentrate made using heat and pressure. This concentrate is known for its high THC levels and psychoactive solid effects. While rosin is most commonly consumed by dabbing, it can also be infused into other substances like coconut oil. Here we will show you how to infuse rosin into coconut oil for a potent cannabis-based medication.

How to Infuse Rosin Into Coconut Oil

Rosin is a type of cannabis that is made by heating up the resin glands and squeezing out the psychoactive compounds. When it is infused into coconut oil, it can provide relief from pain, inflammation, and anxiety.

What Is Rosin

Rosin is a cannabis concentrate made using heat and pressure. This concentrate is known for its high THC levels and strong psychoactive effects. To extract rosin at home, the cannabis flowers must be heated between 110°C – 130°C (230°F – 266°F) using a hair straightener or some other kind of heat press.

Once the temperature has been reached, a piece of parchment paper is placed on top of the flower and then another piece of parchment paper is laid on top of that. Then, the whole stack is run through the hair straightener or heat press to extrude all of the resin glands from the plant material.

Heating and pressing the plant material helps to extract the essential cannabinoids, while leaving behind most of the plant’s fats, lipids, water, and waxes.

Tools and Materials Needed

  1. Coconut oil
  2. Soft silicone container 
  3. Rosin from high-quality cannabis
  4. Bubble Hash or Kief
  5. Coffee filters and water for filtering rosin

6. Hair straightener

Step by Step Procedure: How to Infuse Rosin Into Coconut Oil

Step 1: Decarboxylation

Decarboxylate your flowers. Preheat an oven to 220°F and bake the cannabis for 25 minutes. Decarboxylation is not necessary if you have a product with high CBD levels. However, if the product has low THC levels, decarboxylation enhances the psychoactive effects of rosin.

Preheat an Oven to 220°f

Step 2: Melt the Coconut Oil

To melt your coconut oil, put it in a small, sealable container and submerge it in warm water. Make sure that the container can hold 1 to 2 cups of liquid.

Step 3: Make Bubble Hash/ Kief Infusion

To make cannabis-infused coconut oil, you will need some bubble hash or kief and a small, sealable container. First, pour enough coconut oil into the container to submerge the cannabis powder. Then, mix everything together thoroughly by shaking gently or stirring with a non-conductive utensil. This will help to distribute the cannabinoids evenly throughout the oil.

Step 4: Heat the Container of Liquid

Place the container in a warm location and allow it to sit for an hour or so until all the bubbles have dissipated. You may use an infrared thermometer to monitor this process. Ensure that the mixture doesn’t exceed 290°F, as this will burn off most cannabinoids and terpenes without creating rosin.

Step 5: Apply Hair Straightener

Once the liquid has cooled down, apply your hair straightening equipment (such as a hair iron) to the container for 15 minutes. Ensure that you place a protective towel or cloth around it to avoid injuring yourself if it spills. If you do not have a hair straightener, you may use an oven mit and wrap it in another towel instead.

Step 6: Remove the Liquid

Remove the liquid carefully by tilting the container away from you. You may use a strainer to filter out large particles that will get into your oil. Do this while taking care not to spill the oil over the sides.

Step 7: Keep the Oil in a Cool, Dark Location

You may use the container where you melted your coconut oil or transfer the liquid to a new container. To preserve its shelf life, keep it in a cool and dark location. You can store it in the refrigerator or even freeze it.

Store It in the Refrigerator

Step 8: Enjoy Your Cannabis-Infused Coconut Oil!

Your cannabis-infused coconut oil is ready to use. You can put it on your toast, mix it with desserts, or use it for your hair and skin. It will make you feel relaxed or give you relief from pain.

How Long Does Rosin Infused Coconut Oil Last

According to my personal experience with it, I would say that the shelf life of rosin-infused coconut oil is at least two years. I believe this is because I made some about a year ago and used what was leftover in my vape pen.

It worked just fine when I went to use it recently! However, suppose you think you’ll use it within a year. In that case, I recommend making smaller batches (or only what you intend on using) because rosin-infused coconut oil is very potent and can easily get you too high if you’re not careful.

Why is Rosin Perfect for Edibles

Edibles usually have a flowery taste, but rosin’s less complex flavor profile allows it to be used in more potent or subtle ways. Flower edibles tend to be strong and often overpowering, while rosin gives things a familiar yet delicious taste that some describe as fruitiness.

Dosing with rosins is easier since the rosin is so potent, and the flavor is very additive. Based on the five different rosin flavors, there is much room to experiment with dosing.

The Flavor Is Very Additive

Rosin is also great for adding to any cooking, whether it be savory or sweet. It can even be used to make cannabis-infused drinks like green dragon tea. Rosin seems like the perfect ingredient to use when cooking edibles because it is versatile, easy to dose, and delicious.

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Final Words

Infusing rosin into coconut oil is an easy way to create a new product that provides significant benefits for your customers. We hope you found this article useful, and it has given you some ideas about how to start experimenting with different ingredients in the future.

Just follow the easy steps if you want to infuse your coconut oil with rosin. We hope this article has shown you how to infuse rosin into coconut oil. Coconut oil also provides many health benefits, so adding a little bit of rosin for flavor can benefit multiple levels! If you need more information on any of these topics, please get in touch with us anytime!

Jennifer Branett
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