Live resin sauce, better known as terp sauce or just “sauce,” is a new popular form of cannabis concentrate. Live resin has been rising in popularity in recent years because of the strong aroma and flavor granted by a high terpene content. However, “sauce” is said to take terpene contents to another level. There’s no better smell than popping the lid off of a mason jar filled with sauce.
Is it worth the hype, though? We’ll go over everything you need to know to become a sauce boss.
Live Resin Sauce
Most of the cannabis concentrate being called “sauce” is actually live resin sauce. It looks like crystals drenched in a darker liquid. Many companies claim their sauce is a full spectrum extract but that may not be the case.
The only company with the lab tests to prove their product contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes is Extractioneering. Extractioneering’s own Dr. Daniel Hayden is the creator of “Full Spectrum Extracts” and he coined the term.
We reached out to the OG’s to learn more about full spectrum extracts and how they differ from live resin sauce. They let us know that live resin plays no part in the making of their full spectrum extracts, despite popular beliefs.
Full Spectrum Extracts
Full spectrum extracts are a healthier way to get even more medicated. In fact, Extractioneering defines them as an extract containing the full range of potentially therapeutic biomolecules from the cannabis trichome without the non-therapeutic molecules (waxes, lipids, fats).