Pure, potent, and packed with key cannabinoids.
CBD gummies are only as good as the extract within them. Different plant compounds, like CBD and terpenes, work together to create effects greater than the sum of their parts—but cheaply-made gummies use CBD isolates, ignoring everything that makes CBD tick.
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Higher-quality gummies are broad-spectrum, although sometimes labels aren’t exactly accurate. True broad-spectrum gummies include minor cannabinoids, terpenes, and other good stuff that you find in fresh flower.
Broad-spectrum products will do the job, but rosin gummies are a notch above. The solventless, low-heat extraction process preserves key elements of the plant, including minor cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds that typically don’t survive the extraction process. Because rosin takes that extra level of care and attention to produce, you might not have even seen them on the market—until now.
The cannabis experts at The Botanist have teamed up with five™, a trusted source for hemp-based gummies and oils, to create truly top-of-the-line rosin gummies, specially formulated for daytime and nighttime use. Unlike most hemp products out there, they’re rich in THCA, CBDA, and other trace (but important) cannabinoids. Here’s why that matters.
What is rosin?
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You may already know what cannabis rosin is, especially if you dab: It’s a potent extract made from just heat, herb, and pressure. It’s a simple enough process, but because it can be time-consuming at scale, most hemp extracts on the market are made with solvents like butane, CO2, and ethanol. If you’re buying trustworthy products like five’s CBD+THC Gummies, those solvents don’t make it into the finished extract—but neither do highly-beneficial acidic cannabinoids like THCA and CBDA. Rosin gummies include all these important compounds to create a truly full spectrum experience to meet the high standards of any connoisseur.
What is CBDA?
CBDA is a compound plentiful in fresh cannabis, which when heated, decarboxylates and converts to CBD. With low-heat extractions, CBDA has a chance to shine—and interact with your body in a very specific way.
Most cannabinoids, like THC and CBD, bind directly to the same receptors in the body. CBDA works a little differently: early studies indicate that it inhibits enzymes associated with inflammation after an injury or infection. One rodent study suggests that CBDA can affect serotonin levels, which help regulate emotion along with basic functioning. This would track with what scientists already know about CBDA: the cannabinoid has 100 times the affinity for our 5HT receptors, which help regulate serotonin. While more research is needed to fully understand the effects, early research shows promise in the compound to have effects similar to an antidepressant and even an anticonvulsant.
While early research shows promise for CBDA and THCA’s effects, more is needed to fully understand the cannabinoids’ potential.
CBDA is also more bioavailable than CBD, meaning it’s easier for the body to metabolize—suggesting that its benefits in the body may be even more effective with less product.
What is THCA?
Just as CBDA is a precursor to CBD, THCA is a precursor to THC—and converts when heated. Scientists don’t know as much about THCA as they do even about CBDA, but preliminary research and anecdotal evidence suggest it has the potential for several benefits, including anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and antiemetic (preventing vomiting) properties.
Because both THCA and CBDA exist in abundance in raw cannabis, some consumers have even started juicing or making smoothies to capture these cannabinoids.
Check the label
A legitimate hemp retailer is always going to make their lab results available to the public—and you should always check those before starting a new CBD product. Even some products that claim to be broad-spectrum turn out to be made with isolates!
The Botanist x five’s rosin gummies were born from the best wisdom from both quality hemp production and nourishing plant medicine. The terpene and cannabinoid profile is rich in everything hemp has to offer, designed by nature for maximum relief and relaxation. Low-heat extraction ensures that minor cannabinoids aren’t getting burned off in the process.
Rosin daytime gummies are ideal for any time, while the nighttime formula includes a dash of melatonin to make things even sleepier. Save on these gummies by stocking up: 20 gummies are $39.99, 40 gummies are $77.99, and 60 gummies are $99.99.
Get your hands on a truly connoisseur offering from The Botanist x five™ when you try these new rosin gummies. Right now, you can get them for free. Just cover shipping.
Leafly novel cannabinoid disclaimer:
Use and possession may be restricted by law. This product may expose you to harmful chemical byproducts.