How to Use a Rosin Press

 How to Use a Rosin Press

Rosin has become a very popular way to extract cannabis, not only because it’s easy to do and completely safe, with no danger of explosions or fire, but also because the results are so pure. Only heat and pressure are used to make clean cannabis concentrates that are free of solvents and can be made by anyone.

With this increase in popularity, the number of specially designed presses you can buy for home use has grown a lot in the last year. A new extractor can choose from a wide range of sizes, styles, and prices, depending on what they need. Read on to find out how to use your rosin press once you have one.

Buy The Right Press

Before you can begin the pressing and extraction process, you’ll need to have the right press to do the work for you. Although it might seem as though this is an easy choice, the fact is there are a number of options open to you, and they will all have their pros and cons. Spending time looking through the different presses and determining what it is you need when it comes to the one that will help you the most is crucial.

If you’re a beginner, the rosin press starter kit at amazon.co.uk is a good option, for example. This is a simple tool to use that will help you get started. If you’re more experienced, you might opt for something different, although the starter kit can be useful for everyone due to its simplicity.

Prepare The Material

Since the quality of the raw materials used in the rosin extraction process is so crucial, we should only work with the highest grade of raw materials available if we aim to produce a premium concentrate. The preparation of this high-quality material is essential to its success, so it should not be rushed. Taking the time to get everything ready before pressing will yield consistently better outcomes.

The first step in getting ready is to store the material correctly. Whether it’s flowers or hash, the material should be kept in airtight containers at a low temperature and out of the light.

Fill The Filter Bag

To begin, it is not necessary to use a bag when pressing flower rosin; however, you may end up with small plant fragments in your rosin if you don’t. The micron screen size is critical for achieving an excellent yield-to-quality ratio when pressing rosin in a filter bag.

Put some material in your filter bag. Avoid packing it too tightly. If you don’t want the bag to explode during the press, leave a little breathing room in there. Obviously, skip this step if you’re pressing flowers without a bag.

Press The Material

Start by folding in half a sheet of parchment paper (you may need to cut it if you’re not using the same brand as the press). Put the bottom pressing plate on top of the parchment paper halves and the filter bag containing the material between them. Check that the substance is centered on the plate. Now you can start the press. When the process is complete, take everything out of the parchment, and that’s it. It really is that simple. Plus, if you have more to press, you can use the press again and again.

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