Jushf launches its first line of Solventless live rosin extracts

Jushf launches its first line of Solventless live rosin extracts

JUSHF, a JUSH holdings, has launched its first line of solventless live rosin extracts by its award-winning brand, The Lab, which is known for high-quality, precision vape products and concentrates.

The 0.5 g vape extract cartridge is available now and a jarred concentrate is coming soon, produced purely from premium flower and extracted simply with ice and water.

These products will be sold exclusively at Jushi's BEYOND HELLO locations in Pennsylvania under the name The Lab Solventless Live RSN. It is expected to launch at the Jushi locations in Massachusetts, Nevada and Virginia throughout the summer, pending regulatory approvals.

Jim Cacioppo, Jushi's CEO, chairman and founder, said that consumer demand for live rosin cartridges and concentrates is on the rise. Cacioppo said that Solventless products represent the pinnacle of extraction, as they capture the fullest expression of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids unique to each cultivar in concentrated form. The demand for solventless is on the rise and there is a growing presence of solventless vapes and edibles with solventless inputs in markets throughout the country, despite initially being confined to dabbable concentrates. We look forward to continuing to introduce new products that raise the bar across all product categories by using some of the most innovative proprietary extraction technologies. The Lab Solventless Live Rosin expands Jushi's suite of other branded cannabis products, including The Bank, S ch and Tasteology.

How is it made? The solventless live rosin is formulated using premium flower, which is freshly frozen to preserve the plant's best qualities. BEYOND HELLO are isolated and slowly extracted using a proprietary flash-freezing and ice-water gentle extraction process that is specifically designed to capture the plant's cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. This cannabinoid-rich mixture is then dried and pressed using heat and pressure to obtain some of the purest, most sought-after forms of concentrate.

As the cannabis markets mature and more states come online, demand for extracted products continues to increase. The cannabis extract market size was estimated at US $9.24 B in 2021 and is projected to increase by $52.89 billion by the year 2030, according to the cannabis market research firm BDSA.