Welcome to the very first episode of WeedSociety Interviews! In this episode, we interview @sol_vent_less of FullyMelted. We touch on prop.64 and the struggle of the California cannabis industry. As well as taking a dive into Fullymelted Hash & Rosin products and what it means to be FullyMelted.
00:00:02:20 – 00:00:29:10 Justin Hey, guys. Welcome to the very first episode of Weed Society interviews. In this episode, we are interviewing Solventless from FullyMelted. You can find him on Instagram at Sol Underscore vent Underscore Less. You can also find them at Hash-Club.com or fullymelted.com. And in this episode, it’s really our first episode and the first time I’ve ever tried making a podcast or anything. 00:00:29:19 – 00:00:56:22 Justin So wasn’t too sure how to go about it. We kind of just started talking after taking a dab and it just started rolling. So I hope you guys enjoy it and I’m going to really work on trying to add some more structure to making these better as they go. I hope you guys find me @ app.weedsociety.Com @Justin add me on the connection and try to get that first 1000 so you guys can be in the Beta Group for testing our statewide delivery network for some of our brands coming online. 00:00:57:07 – 00:00:58:15 Justin All right. See you there. 00:01:09:13 – 00:01:10:29 SolVentless Just went to 8th street the other day. 00:01:11:14 – 00:01:18:15 Justin Yeah. And he loves you guys. This stuff is just happy to be a get it. Yeah. Yeah. So to even meet you, that’s, you know. 00:01:18:15 – 00:01:37:20 SolVentless Below it’s what it is the pleasure of meeting all of these people who, you know, like what we do. It’s always good to, like, you know, be appreciated for your work. I’m kind of been, you know, just grinding in the background for so fucking long now. And I wanted to be in a position where I was not the face of the company anymore. 00:01:37:26 – 00:01:42:28 SolVentless I’m just. Yeah, I’ve sort of eased out of that being important to me. 00:01:49:09 – 00:01:58:16 Justin Yeah. I’d love to go over there and talk about the company and backstory and the struggles you guys have gone through, especially with the last partner and cool unique. 00:01:59:09 – 00:01:59:24 SolVentless This the. 00:01:59:25 – 00:02:05:18 Justin Specific hash club grams really are. 00:02:11:23 – 00:02:13:17 SolVentless A little bead thing. 00:02:14:03 – 00:02:18:03 Justin So it definitely it makes it turn and makes it a lot more. 00:02:18:04 – 00:02:23:22 SolVentless They can live off of the you know, gets it on the wall and so. 00:02:24:12 – 00:02:27:06 Justin In that sense, that’s so smooth. That’s that’s. 00:02:27:16 – 00:02:32:04 SolVentless That’s good. That’s dope. You know it’s a brilliant. 00:02:32:04 – 00:02:36:23 Justin Technology that’s there and that’s that’s the greenhouse. Sour diesel 00:02:37:02 – 00:02:46:09 SolVentless Yeah. So many of us. Yeah but this is actually and this is a hoop house greenhouse. 00:02:47:03 – 00:02:47:23 Justin So hoop nets 00:02:47:29 – 00:02:57:24 SolVentless Show is pretty much outdoor for most of its Time. So uncover it before you start blocking it. 00:03:00:17 – 00:03:00:17 SolVentless So. 00:03:03:15 – 00:03:08:01 Justin Yeah, now I’m interested in the triches, live triches, that’s really interesting. 00:03:09:03 – 00:03:21:17 SolVentless Yeah. And they’re just not much to worry about. They’re they’re really hard to get, you know, when you know the stores, nobody knows what they are and they’re no, I mean, you know, to keep them. 00:03:21:17 – 00:03:26:00 Justin The liability on the store, to keep them. Yeah. What they need to be is high. 00:03:26:12 – 00:03:59:11 SolVentless Yeah. That’s, that’s the ticket. And so, you know, and I’ve been explaining that we’re talking these guys with vape store, you know, where do a beautiful vape store today that foomaray those got to relate to it and you know like yeah you can’t get this ship anywhere is like yeah buyers don’t know what it is they’re you know they’re corporate guys you know they’re hired by a corporate entity and they’re you know there’s fewer and fewer weed people in the weed business anymore. 00:03:59:12 – 00:04:38:07 SolVentless It’s, you know, I always knew from running the harbor side that, you know, eventually you can realize it’s it’s just like running a liquor store. You know, we, you know, but the intensity at which big money players have come and tried to set up brands that were, you know, meaninglessly copping a feel of the ideas of weed and, you know, like, yeah, I’m going to brand the peace sign and still you with peace because we’re big fucking corporation. 00:04:38:07 – 00:05:08:22 SolVentless It wants to sell you weed. It’s just such a slap in the face and insult to everything. Weed is about and I think, you know, most most people who use cannabis products understand that. And they’re like, we just tour my whole, you know, anti societal culture away from me and or trying to sell it back to me wrapped in some brand packaging. 00:05:09:06 – 00:06:00:03 SolVentless And it’s and lamer product for at a greater expense with a gouging tax to boot, you know? Exactly. It’s really a fucking complete insult. And, you know, if you’re in that position where you’re not growing your own or know how or at the time or capacity or even if you do and you like other people’s weed too, you’re sort of in this, you know, you’re forced into still being a criminal because legalization didn’t mean that you were really going to be free to use the when you have your own trafficking or exchange market of the plant it meant that you were free to use a commodity market that was going to be controlled by by capital 00:06:01:09 – 00:06:44:25 SolVentless and since the industry as a whole was always illegal, it was never a smart thing to gather capital. You couldn’t keep capital. You couldn’t buy. You can’t do that, couldn’t build a castle structure. You couldn’t build real estate empire. You couldn’t build legitimate legal facilities because it was illegal. So I lay low. Yeah. So no matter how big you were or whatever you had, you had to do this complete change over again into regulation and then not make any money so, uh, a lot of people were not happy about how. 00:06:44:25 – 00:06:51:21 Justin They wound up the owner. Prop 64 has really, really been a catch 22 for a lot of people to see that for sure. 00:06:53:23 – 00:07:18:14 SolVentless Yes, it was sold with a lot of promise and there was a lot of, a lot of reading to do. And I think people have figured out that you can sell the voting public a lot of garbage if they have to read a lot and they absolutely won’t. And if you do your branding messaging correctly and put enough money behind it, you can, you know, sell them. 00:07:18:22 – 00:07:20:15 SolVentless Total poison pill. Yeah. 00:07:21:26 – 00:07:31:23 Justin There was never easy got an industry. A bunch of garbage is just being sold to people and it’s just whoever has the marketing money, you have to put it in packaging and have it there to be bought. Is what’s winning. 00:07:31:25 – 00:08:00:21 SolVentless Yeah it’s it’s like this whole slick packaging ethos taken straight from, you know, the ad magazine version for that ad week or, you know, whatever the, you know, and these and the guys coming into the industry are all marketing guys and, you know, number grinding dudes and that whole concept at this plant was going to change cultural values. 00:08:01:05 – 00:08:36:26 SolVentless And, you know, the entire medical market being wiped out unwittingly by voting yes on another initiative on a proposition, which is the only way to overturn or undermine propositions by which medical marijuana was made legal. So you basically eliminated the whole medical market and stranded yourself in this way that you can’t get it. You can’t get it at a low tax burden and you can’t get the kind of product quality. 00:08:37:04 – 00:08:47:11 Justin Exactly. Because like I have a medical card and so I just don’t pay sales tax. You’ll have to pay excise tax still getting wrapped in that local city tax. Oh, yeah, I think so. 00:08:47:15 – 00:09:27:05 SolVentless And no one wants to make a medical product because I mean, for the first year of regulation, they allowed dispensaries to fork any product that came in that was from a medical manufacture. You had a you were supposed to apply for a medical or a recreational license or pay more to be both and so they allowed dispensaries that had product on hand or manufacturers that have product on hand that was medically oriented to be sold as recreational but then they locked that down so that any medical product could only be sold to a medical patient, meaning that you have a lot of stranded inventory, either in the manufacturing side or in the retail side or 00:09:27:05 – 00:09:45:17 SolVentless in the distribution chain somewhere. Because if it’s not going to a medical buyer, it can get sold. And now with these kind of blowback against buying anything that’s over two months old, any product that’s sitting on the shelf anywhere is dead in the water. And so no one wants to touch the medical side. 00:09:45:18 – 00:09:50:06 Justin Exactly, because it has to stay on the medical side and all they can repurposing switch it over to be rec after that. 00:09:50:09 – 00:10:44:03 SolVentless Yeah, yeah. It’s it’s as if there is some very deep calculation about how to ruin every aspect of a functioning sort of quasi legal market. Yeah. It’s like they’ve really, really assessed everything it was that we were getting away with and we were getting away with a lot in the past. You know, given that given the fact that the government was too ignorant and lame to take the task of controlling the medical market that the federal government presented with the Cole memo, look, if you manage your rent, if you regulate your medical market properly, we’ll be hands off and you go do what you want but the state repeatedly ignored that. 00:10:44:17 – 00:11:23:05 SolVentless And so the green rush medical market, which allowed for a huge black market output to be grown under the auspices of being medical, exploded. And you had this just vast underground overground market blossoming with no regulatory control, strictly because the state was felt that they was unimportant to them. And once they realized that there was some huge tax and value, some money, some, you know, some other agency will create and hire themselves to do something else. 00:11:24:05 – 00:11:32:15 SolVentless Yeah. They they chomp down on it. And then they I think they made a pretty good assessment of how to ruin almost every aspect of it. 00:11:33:28 – 00:11:34:15 Justin Now, I agree. 00:11:36:27 – 00:11:46:00 SolVentless And a lot of I to think they were just stupid and blindly, you know, fumbling along with it. But it’s just there’s so many ways of so many layers in which Prop 64 just jacked everything. 00:11:47:16 – 00:11:56:08 Justin That that’s very true it was that was an unorthodox stock start of this podcast slash video but. 00:11:56:29 – 00:12:01:26 SolVentless We just weren’t here with you. Where did you where are we with this podcast where we don’t know so this is the start of the. 00:12:01:26 – 00:12:25:11 Justin Weed Society interviews we’re really I’m focusing on telling the niche stories of true craft cannabis in California because it’s it’s understated and it needs to be told the truth so that those brands that we talked about that have the money to be flashy people realize that those are mids and that’s the shame. Nobody should be smoking. I will say brands like fullymelted and other ones that are hidden that a lot of the community really doesn’t know about. 00:12:25:11 – 00:12:27:10 Justin That doesn’t know how to get to like your hash club. 00:12:27:20 – 00:12:57:06 SolVentless Well, it’s so funny. I’ll tell you your partner, man, super nice guy. So I in a second year meadow lands which is the kind of weed industry camp out. I know all those guys. You know, I was on the board of CAL growers and I you know, we used to have our meetings at Meadow and so yeah David and his team or you know, I know all those guys really great, great people. 00:12:57:06 – 00:13:16:28 SolVentless And I had gone to the it’s good, but I think I can make it to the first Meadowlands. I’m not sure I really I really wanted to get to the second one, but I was so busy in trucking up and down the road to Humboldt, trying it, you know, management business and dealing with being obliterated and having my distributors fail and just, you know, all hustle that you got to do to be in this. 00:13:17:10 – 00:13:34:17 SolVentless I just didn’t sign up for it. And I, I called it you know, Juan, you know, it’s like, look, man, I just want to, like, sort of bomb in there for a night, just show up, you know? And so I drive in and hang out, you know, meet, you know, all my people and hang out and sesh out. 00:13:34:27 – 00:13:55:16 SolVentless And I crash in my van in the parking lot, and I wake up in, like, five in the morning and I get on my Van Lagarde to go, and I go fucking down to this. You can take Zeke and I, and I go, and I walk across from this dude’s come to rolling in from partying all night. And he’s like, right now, I’m like, Hey, man, where are you? 00:13:55:17 – 00:14:09:19 SolVentless And then we just started, and we were just since I was coming up and we just started talking about how tough the industry had become and like in all the challenges and, but, you know, loving that. We love the way I look at people here and trying to make it through and they’re like, you know, grunge and great weed. 00:14:09:19 – 00:14:32:09 SolVentless And he’s like, and he’s got this pre-rolled business and he’s making it happen on the ground in a rosin business try some of my rosin. he says right on the sun’s great. I love this and I super animal I’ll see down the road and and then I didn’t, you know, I didn’t see that guy anymore until this other woman I’ve been working with said, I am going to Sacramento. 00:14:32:09 – 00:14:35:02 SolVentless You should meet. And I was like. 00:14:35:02 – 00:14:36:24 SolVentless Bro, fullymelted! 00:14:36:29 – 00:14:51:28 SolVentless We love you. In the zone and get together. And I’m like, all right, you, man. And it’s weird because, you know, sometimes you’re in the you know, you’re in the middle of whatever and you meet some guy, you know, maybe I’m going to fuck me dead. She’s going meet some fucking crazy dude in the parking lot. You’re like, oh, my God, you know, is this guy who’s this maniac? 00:14:51:28 – 00:15:09:23 SolVentless I just mean, whatever. But he’s such a fucking nice guy. He’s so real, and he’s like, really into the weed, and we start talking. And so, you know, we had set up the big ball classic turn on your phone. It’s okay. You just did it out later. 00:15:10:11 – 00:15:14:05 Justin Yeah, it’s okay. We’re going to just let it roll. I’m nervous. These first episodes are indicative. 00:15:14:05 – 00:15:15:25 SolVentless Rob Yeah. Maybe this the. 00:15:16:01 – 00:15:16:20 Justin Story come out. 00:15:19:00 – 00:15:42:18 SolVentless So in the course of the year, we had we had set up the hash club. And with this, these folks out of the wine industry who had been really successful at doing Internet direct sales of wine jumped over into the weed biz and they had a really great platform and they seemed like it seemed like, you know, good folks, but they were not really weed people. 00:15:42:18 – 00:16:13:02 SolVentless And they they built off a lot without really having the money to set up the extent of what they were doing. And they weren’t ready to handle the, the challenges. They hadn’t quite assessed things well enough. And they crashed and didn’t tell anyone. And like super, just hid out and stopped and, you know, their phones and stopped dealing with anybody and I still have not heard from them to this day. 00:16:13:18 – 00:16:43:01 SolVentless And then they and then they texted people and, you know, so they, they stiffed and I let my friend reintroduced me to them, stiffed him hundreds of thousand dollars. The product was in their warehouse these days. Yeah. So they just burned all these people on fortunes and in, in product and then trying to maneuver in order to hold on their license so they could sell their license by, by maintaining it on the BCC by not reporting to the BCC which you have 72 hours to do. 00:16:43:10 – 00:17:07:04 SolVentless But they had stopped business. So it was really fucked up and it fucked up a lot of people and, and it crashed me for five, six months. I was, you know, hustling all around, trying, you know, people retail accounts and keep things going and keep going. So when I met up with Mag and that was like bro, you know, I got really redundant delivery and you know, if you do the actual I’m like, fuck yeah. 00:17:07:04 – 00:17:35:27 SolVentless And you are, you know, I have the pull back in with the Internet stuff dialed in enough that we could jump right on it. And what I’m finding from certainly talking all these people at the front end, all the glass shops the grow shops, is that the demand for, you know, for my product is huge and the access through the market is nil and the tax on a luxury goods diamond grade product is a killer. 00:17:36:14 – 00:18:02:21 SolVentless So, you know, for us to be able to work together and to discount it properly so that, you know, we are both getting it done and getting it to the consumer at a fair price is is huge. And it takes somebody who’s into weed if you’re just into the biz and into, you know, running at it and you’re running your shop, it’s only looking at you know, what mids are selling through and what package is selling, you know. 00:18:02:22 – 00:18:05:10 Justin Or what are your days exactly. 00:18:05:10 – 00:18:39:08 SolVentless Aren’t you then and you’re not looking at this real point of the market and, you know, where are the people who really appreciate cannabis are heading in. You’re pushing all of these people toward the traditional market and, you know, leaving this whole chunk on the table and making it difficult for small craft businesses who are trying to do craft product within the fucking stranglehold the regulation has become. 00:18:39:16 – 00:18:59:14 Justin Well, just with the supply chain, that’s, that’s where I really see the issue and really give the inspiration on my side. Starting discussing it with Matt and with Weed Society is the supply chain forces brands to be two people away from the customer. So you never on the customer never get to shake their hand never get to actually say, hey, this is my product, this is how I make it. 00:18:59:14 – 00:19:21:17 Justin This is a love I put into it. Yeah. So then you’re never truly able to articulate the value of your product to your consumer, right? And so we’re already a devalued market and yet budtenders that are running through 100 different brands and the coolest ones are the hottest ones with the most money and right. And years dopest niches little product that’s in the corner in the freezer that’s going to get you the cleanest, best high of your life. 00:19:22:00 – 00:19:23:01 Justin Nobody talks about it. 00:19:23:06 – 00:19:54:11 SolVentless And you know, for me to get, you know, into an appointment with a buyer or can take weeks or months and to float enough just, you know, a completely discounted or free product to his staff so that we can have a staff education day so that, you know, they can smoke some of the product and get with it because they can’t take a gram off the shelf and smoke it like we used to do at Harborside in the back room and, you know, find out what it is. 00:19:54:11 – 00:20:23:28 SolVentless Yeah. The the expense of kind of getting through all these barriers is just impossible and brutal for a small farmer and small farmers more and more turned to than just pushing out their product as a support seller when it’s super high grade, you know, carefully prepared, carefully grown, lovingly tended cannabis. And, you know, that’s that’s a huge crime. 00:20:23:28 – 00:21:00:27 SolVentless And the implements the impedance within the counties to being able to manage your own grow to be able to trim your own weed on site services so that you can take care of your crop and package your crop is also another real detriment to the chain and in you know chapter seven of my you know nine points against Prop 64 this really brutal weird law that makes it illegal to have a co-operative. 00:21:01:25 – 00:21:28:19 SolVentless So in every other business in the world farmers join together to create farming cooperatives and marketing cooperatives and they need a cap on the number of businesses that could work together in cooperative in the cannabis industry as four businesses which means that there’s no way that you can implement meaning down that the roads in Humboldt where there’s grow and there’s more than four farms on that business. 00:21:28:19 – 00:21:54:22 SolVentless So you know, you have to form two different co-ops to be able to buy enough dirt to get it at a reasonable price or to manage the services or packaging your product or dealing with, you know, label printing or whatever, the kind of things that you would, you know, services you would buy in bulk and get a reasonable deal on is now completely corner by vertical sized, heavily capitalized mids producers. 00:21:55:03 – 00:21:59:07 Justin Yeah. Now, a lot of none of these economies of scale are going to do it one way or the other. 00:21:59:12 – 00:21:59:20 SolVentless Yeah. 00:22:00:08 – 00:22:00:19 Justin For sure. 00:22:04:05 – 00:22:07:07 Justin It’s rough, but that’s why we’re fighting the good fight here. Well, you. 00:22:07:07 – 00:22:21:03 SolVentless Know, that’s what I do. That’s what the solvent loss and all those videos, you know, the fucking prop 64 is grinding me out. My business is fucking me up, but at least I can get fully melted well. 00:22:21:12 – 00:22:28:04 Justin I think you should go ahead and dive into fullymelted. It was the reason by the name. Tell us more about it. 00:22:28:11 – 00:23:14:01 SolVentless Well, I think the reason behind the name is pretty obvious. If you don’t get this joke, then if you’ve never been fully melted, well, full melt is a compound in the development of hash making which kind of came around in like 1984 when I was growing weed in humbolt county, we started screening our weed through triple O mash, we buy and built these trays that we could screen it right onto a piece of glass and we get all our hash is you kind of grew up in the weed industry and you the hash ball is and there’s, there’s a chapter in my book about it about the hash ball because when you’re trimming weed you get hash 00:23:14:01 – 00:23:58:00 SolVentless performing on your scissors and your fingers and that ball of hash is so potent and so much more powerful than the weed itself. The people who tend to become professional weed trimmers are just chasing the hash ball. And we wouldn’t call it up there, the Scooby treats and do these call it and it’s true more and I worked in Philip so you need to smoke in these bombers all day of dynamite fucking honeydew weed just call that filler because you were just waiting to smoke that hash ball like all the way in the world you smoke the most amazing read it just like is just filler we’re for the hash because and and historically 00:23:58:00 – 00:24:19:20 SolVentless if you you know study you no other cultures smoked weed the Indians are like me smoke weed you know you’re what are you fucking crazy fucking Babylon, you know you take the hash the plant is creating this resin fruit, this hash, this perfume that you can remove and it’s you’re not burning plant material. You’re not barking up your lungs. 00:24:19:20 – 00:24:49:12 SolVentless It’s giving you all of the concentrated element that you want. So the rest is just kind of junk. And and as the evolution came when people started making water processed hash realized that Tricom sink in water and play it to that you coult you could just get the really good part out and is that developed into you know my partner is one of the kind of first people with wooks in out of Seattle. 00:24:49:15 – 00:25:26:12 SolVentless It started fresh freezing their weed and trying to just get the trichomes off of a fresh frozen plant in finding that the the terpene capture and the product value was just off the charts. So there’s been this evolution of all of these components getting towards, you know, live rosin which is the EXPELLER pressed oil coming out of a fresh frozen trichome and my partner had tried to get his license and micro-business in Sonoma and he was well set up. 00:25:26:12 – 00:25:58:18 SolVentless He had great 215 brand, wook sauce winery. And he had been he’d been doing great work, but he got jacked by the regulations specifically to Sonoma County, which prohibited micro-business because the and now I tell people when they’re planning their weed business, there’s just so many potholes that you you can’t even imagine. So sonoma is pretty weed friendly to a degree. 00:25:59:03 – 00:26:17:03 SolVentless But the zoning board would not allow a business, a micro-business which is three different businesses, because no one had a property that was zoned in three different zoning. So they wanted you, if you farm, to be zoned agriculture. 00:26:17:05 – 00:26:20:03 Justin Oh, they didn’t have a mixed mixed use zoning in sonoma 00:26:20:17 – 00:26:28:03 SolVentless Well, they do have some new lease somewhere. Yeah, but my partner, perhaps he hadn’t considered that because he wanted, you know, and. 00:26:28:03 – 00:26:29:16 Justin Anyone who was. 00:26:29:16 – 00:26:29:23 SolVentless In the. 00:26:29:24 – 00:26:33:25 Justin Planning board is the one that tells you guys or now, as I told him, now right at the bottom. 00:26:33:25 – 00:26:59:21 SolVentless End, you know, that newly does to really cross over to retail or does you know which, which, which does and where do you get to put your your steak down? So he got jacked and we were introduced by another friend of mine and I think oh come with me because I have a license facility in Humboldt that I was converting to solventless because I had been doing CO2 and distillation. 00:26:59:25 – 00:27:01:23 Justin I have no interest. And as Mike said. 00:27:02:06 – 00:27:29:26 SolVentless I hated it. It was the worst local level. And you’re going to say, you know, it’s it’s always like, you know, the next worst decision of your life was this or that. But my partner convinced me that we should my partner in that company convinced me that we should buy the most expensive CO2 extractor made time in the waters, which is, you know, water is the multibillion dollar pharmaceutical equipment company. 00:27:30:11 – 00:27:59:26 SolVentless And they were taken from one of their subdivisions to somebody whose flower essence extraction equipment and started to try to sell it to weed industry. And it was quite a ill conceived and expensive venture because they didn’t understand anything about weed or know that it was the stickiest substance known to man that their equipment would become completely gummed up and impossible to clean and hard to get your yields out of. 00:27:59:26 – 00:28:13:24 SolVentless And and, you know, really wanted you to be financing it incredibly. And, you know, in the end, in the beginning, it was like, oh, CO2, I want CO2. Forget butane. I’m going to be blowing in my yard. I’m not going to be poisoning anybody with, you know, petroleum gas is not a lock. 00:28:14:00 – 00:28:21:12 Justin I remember when I was getting ready to build a lab that they said CO2 is like supposed to be the scalpel of the extraction boom. Right. You supposed to be as sharp. 00:28:21:12 – 00:28:21:29 SolVentless As they are. 00:28:22:09 – 00:28:23:13 Justin Right now. 00:28:23:16 – 00:28:26:00 SolVentless You have the bluntest scalpel in. 00:28:26:00 – 00:28:27:25 Justin Let’s do it to or not to kill time. 00:28:27:28 – 00:28:51:29 SolVentless Yeah, exactly. Yeah, it’s and you know, I came out when I quit working at Harborside a long time ago. I left the industry because I was so pissed off. I started a solar company, and eventually I became extremely well educated in solar technology. And I understood I came to do a lot of the training, the California Energy training, and understood that solar is really not a great thing. 00:28:54:00 – 00:29:19:19 SolVentless Rooftop solar is a poor implementation of technology and really problematic. And the real problem is that in the what’s called the loading order adding energy to an inefficient system is it’s not only dumb, it’s the latter. Adding energy is always the last part of the equation. And when you add energy to a really inefficient system, it’s really just stupid and money wasting. 00:29:20:01 – 00:29:43:23 SolVentless And I came to that. You know, I did quit my company came to blows with my partner because he wanted to sell this guy $50,000 system and the guy, it turned out, had no insulation in his attic and insulating his attic for five grand with his power bill by 400 a month and he wouldn’t need a $50,000 solar system. 00:29:44:18 – 00:30:15:26 SolVentless So and I, you know went through led a lot of energy thinking and came to this same kind of thinking about CO2. You know, CO2 is a byproduct of petrochemical cracking. And so just like butane is made in the distillation of petroleum, CO2 is a byproduct of distilling petroleum and making gases in the same way. So the gas itself, you may think, is cleaner, although CO2 does seem to be one of our major environmental problems. 00:30:15:27 – 00:30:18:25 Justin They measure for carbon footprint yeah. 00:30:18:25 – 00:30:35:19 SolVentless I’m just is probably a reason for them to bust in CO2 out take after take. And the, uh, to get CO2 in a supercritical state, you have to hyper pressurize and cool and heat to you’re running a lot of electricity. 00:30:35:19 – 00:30:39:22 Justin Yeah. Those units were ridiculously expensive us almost to those that we’d. 00:30:39:25 – 00:30:59:18 SolVentless We could see the equipment super expensive. But you’re running all this parallel equipment that is sucking a ton energy, you’re freezing and your heating and distribution at all. No. So when you kind of, when you try to go grab by Graham, what’s my energy footprint and how am I going to you know, what is really the logical choice? 00:31:00:00 – 00:31:48:04 SolVentless And for me being a hippie forever, what is the green opportunity here? And I started looking at, you know, what can I do to solve this? And the realization like just stumbling in because I’m no global geezer. I’m not out on the cutting edge of weed usually. I kind of did that for a long time. And, like, moved on with my life, but now I just kind of fell back into it gracefully because what introduced me to live Rosin and we were able to convert our facility, we were building to doing nothing but live production, and I was designing my own extraction equipment for a kind of bold creation. 00:31:48:04 – 00:32:12:26 SolVentless And two of them went away and I called the winner because it’s, it’s like you’re winnowing the chaff from the wheat. Getting the trichomes off the plant. And so we could kind of work at a relatively commercial scale in a small commercial scale and get really excellent trichomes right off the plant and then press Rosin and make a live product. 00:32:12:26 – 00:32:36:17 SolVentless And once you start smoking the live rosin and you’re you’re just astounded by the clarity of the product, the the terpene delivery, the taste the effect, the smoothness, the and the more you kind of research in knowing for CO2, you know, every every chemical that you used to extract has a molecular affinity. 00:32:36:19 – 00:32:37:24 Justin It leaves a signature on it. 00:32:37:26 – 00:32:48:12 SolVentless Yeah, sure. Yes. And so, you know, people have figured out if the, you know, gas combination and certain kind of gases do pull cannabinoids. and terpenes, some extremely efficiently. 00:32:48:27 – 00:32:50:23 Justin Propane butane blends right in. 00:32:51:07 – 00:33:14:21 SolVentless But you’re you know, I’ve always been anti chemical and deep into Chinese medicine. I’m into organic food. I’m into alternative healing. I don’t think we should be using chemicals to do anything although, you know, great. I’m not you know, if I’m going to walk everywhere, you know, obviously, I mean, a society that is driven by chemistry and working within that. 00:33:15:05 – 00:33:46:29 SolVentless But just in the same way that I want to eat only organic food and to have clean water, I want my weed to be prepared with water and a rosin press at most. So I’m getting this purist, clean, flawless unaltered, true to the plant product. And that is what, you know, we have been delivering it. It fully melted for the last year and a half since we were fired at a. 00:33:47:04 – 00:34:01:27 Justin Since we fired it up. Yeah. Now, I definitely watching people consume live rosin and bubble hash and these other solventlesss extracts. I haven’t met a single person who hasn’t really, truly appreciated them compared to BHO extracts. 00:34:02:10 – 00:34:13:10 SolVentless Yeah, you taste the difference. You like. Whoa. Yeah. There was this huge move toward ethanol. I was like, Oh, your ethanol, which I know this has been, this is the move and every spending a fortune on. 00:34:13:19 – 00:34:15:05 Justin And I spent my time behind. 00:34:15:05 – 00:34:16:14 SolVentless That, like, okay, with a. 00:34:16:14 – 00:34:17:16 Justin Rotovap. Yeah. 00:34:17:27 – 00:34:34:27 SolVentless And if you. Yeah, I just like when you taste if you lie to me, you take the same product with the same flour and you extract it five different ways, you get five different flavors. And the flavor of the bottle hash is the flavor of what the plant created then. 00:34:34:27 – 00:34:50:06 Justin No, because when you do that short path distillation and you’re going in and getting into that purity of 98% if you’re getting second or third pass, people are trying to approach, all right. And these people are trying to achieve purity percentages at the end, you lose all the plant. 00:34:50:10 – 00:34:51:28 SolVentless Oh, I got to say, I hate the. 00:34:51:28 – 00:34:52:22 Justin Chasing thc 00:34:53:00 – 00:35:08:11 SolVentless I hate the term bubble hash and I try never to use it because it’s really, you know, it was just based on the fact that the, the hash was of such purity that it was vaporizing. So you’re seeing it bubble up when it heats up to it to its vapor point and. 00:35:11:13 – 00:35:12:03 Justin These are the trichomes here? 00:35:12:09 – 00:35:43:01 SolVentless Yeah, that’s, that’s not it. I kind of I like defined terms and, and scientific terms. So I have branded all of our trichome products as trichomes, whether live or not, because you know, bubble hash is it’s kind of meaningless. Try it out on camera and so you get weird. Yeah. 00:35:43:05 – 00:35:43:25 Justin Yeah the trichomes 00:35:43:29 – 00:36:13:17 SolVentless Oh, yeah, it will be. This is. Yeah. And so so back to fully melt it. So the term after bubble hash. Yeah. You know, the bubble actually comes in a variety of grades of purity the bubble has the evaporative vaporizes completely, but it’s called full melt. It melts completely and vaporizes even though it’s got the whole trichome body, like whole body will vaporize. 00:36:13:23 – 00:36:18:03 Justin So there’s going to be no residue left in the banger is what you’re saying. Right? That’s how clean it is. 00:36:18:03 – 00:36:45:19 SolVentless Yeah. So the witty term I have, and I’m known for coming up with witty terms, fully melted. Both infers that our product is full melt and they’re using it will get you to an altered state of consciousness functioning. And finally they’re out there. Oh, happy to me feeling and looks okay many people myself included. 00:36:45:22 – 00:36:51:24 Justin 003. Oh, no. Oh, he’s so moody. 00:36:52:20 – 00:36:56:06 Speaker 3 And scary just like. 00:36:56:11 – 00:37:06:04 SolVentless He has how she might be. Okay, I have someone who my call. 00:37:07:05 – 00:37:08:02 Justin After we finally. 00:37:17:02 – 00:37:42:02 SolVentless Yes, I’m struggling with building my Instagram now. Yeah. Like, go this whole like, you know, I’ve got to do all this. I got to, like, throw myself and be I got to be a personality again. I’m, I’m creating a whole, creating whole sign the deal, the be soul and I can’t, you know, I just yeah. I grew up in the seventies. 00:37:42:02 – 00:37:58:18 SolVentless I can’t I can’t not be Paul from the Diamond Center. Yeah. I mean, I just you just have to drop into the, you know, the stupid commercial, blah, blah, blah readily from the furniture store. 00:37:59:14 – 00:38:07:04 Justin Well, I mean, what you’re talking on the issue of cosmetic acquisition basically is an issue for everybody. The cannabis game, even the guys with the big money and. 00:38:07:04 – 00:38:07:26 SolVentless Struggle to do. 00:38:07:26 – 00:38:26:05 Justin Anything is an abuse. And the amount of money they say it costs that in acquiring single customer, there’s nobody like you had those numbers in those figures and using the channels. They are social media, which is really problematic, obviously, because they’re community guidelines. Yeah. It’s just not affordable by any other brand. 00:38:27:02 – 00:39:03:26 SolVentless Yeah. And you know, because Prop 64 was also paid for by weedmaps and weed maps inserted their own legislation which prevented anybody else from being able to advertise in the cannabis industry and that just the hammer just came down and you can no longer billboard advertise on an interstate. So it’s going to get a lot harder for these big players who are like, you know, we’re spending the big money to be out in fully in public by billboard advertising. 00:39:04:06 – 00:39:27:09 SolVentless They are now going to have to take a step back and all they can do is fee electronically. You know, how much more am I going to pay Google in the next guy is paying Google to be the next hybrid search pick in this region and how much money am I going to put into weed maps in order to be the first hit on weedmaps? 00:39:28:12 – 00:39:30:21 Justin And that’s as extremely clean. 00:39:31:23 – 00:39:57:21 SolVentless It’s a it’s a beautiful product. But you takes it takes a lot of character to manage it and to get it, you know, delivered properly. Yeah. This is why, you know, I’ve always when trying to structure the Hash Club I had a distributor take 4 or 500 grams product from us and take it back to their warehouse without properly keeping it frozen. 00:39:58:08 – 00:40:13:11 SolVentless And then they kept calling me every month going, oh, I took some, took some samples, but it was all buttoned up and they didn’t like it, I think. What do you mean? Everything was perfect when I sent it to you, you know, what is, what is I don’t know. And I had some product that I had a freezer there had gone down and I thought, oh, maybe there was a case. 00:40:13:11 – 00:40:54:03 SolVentless And that sounds a little bit weird. And we kept checking it. Can I go in which product, which product is going weird? I find we do a shop and everything they had. This button doesn’t put the fuck you guys fuck up. $12,000 for the product as well. Or something like what the what is going on? Because if you aren’t in this sort of if you haven’t learned about live products and the necessity of refrigeration and how amazing they are then or you just didn’t have it together for whatever reason, you can make this mistake that burns a lot of product for somebody who is taking a lot of effort and time to manufacturing. 00:40:55:02 – 00:41:15:11 SolVentless So that kind of sucked and that was, you know, another painful lesson in why I’m trying to you. That’s why, you know, the idea of the hash club, We said we would have our own temperature control. Exactly. Distribution and delivery system so that everybody’s getting the product in just the way they need to. And right now, you can’t buy trichomes anywhere. 00:41:15:19 – 00:41:24:13 SolVentless There’s no shop that’s handling them. There’s no nobody is really making them at least live Trichomes because it’s a high bar to get that product. 00:41:24:13 – 00:41:48:05 Justin And to the size of its entire life until it gets to customer yeah. And yeah. And like we talked about earlier, with there being two people in between the customer and the brand, there’s no way the brand could ever ensure that, you know, so there’s no way to ensure the customer experience that you’re getting and the quality of the product that is, that’s great that we’re able to achieve that with the Hash Club now that everybody is getting their their packs completely frozen yes. 00:41:48:19 – 00:42:11:02 SolVentless And I, I got to say this last week, just kind of going around to all the glass shops and right on all of you agree with people that all the head shops in NorCal. Thank you all of the people who of the people who manage to work in these shops who are really familiar with cannabis love resin or that’s all they used. 00:42:11:02 – 00:42:31:05 SolVentless They were just thrilled. And they all are understanding the huge roadblock of Prop 64, making that available to them on behalf of their clients. And they’re like, oh, you know, I was asking me, you know, where do we get the the you know, the good shit all the time. They are sort of the de facto real budtender of the industry. 00:42:31:05 – 00:42:39:25 SolVentless Because they’re handling all of the required accouterments to using the product. So people are now should be knowledgeable. 00:42:39:25 – 00:42:47:14 Justin Yeah, exactly. When I pick up my dad, bring in my bong, and I’m like, Those are the homies. Yeah. Was people you kind of trusted helping you out with the glass purchase in the first place. 00:42:47:20 – 00:43:13:27 SolVentless So as it’s been a it’s been a very kind of homecoming week after, you know, a month of, you know, my commute to humble and grinding in the in Washington and making much has to go out and find a bunch of people who were like really thrilled about it. And thrilled to be able to be an access point for people who want to get great hash and be able to get it without getting killed with the grinding price problem of goods out the market condition. 00:43:14:07 – 00:43:26:20 Justin Right. Or making you pay an arm and a leg to just be able to get that knowledge, just somebody that they could get that product yeah. Right. Because the most we get is Google Search right now and some SEO. 00:43:27:00 – 00:43:32:03 SolVentless Yes. Paying, paying into the morass of the digital world. 00:43:32:03 – 00:43:39:29 Justin It’s not that I’m pretty stoned from that. Those triches were delicious and like you’re saying. 00:43:39:29 – 00:44:04:21 SolVentless For me, this is, you know, the real problem and try to come to the combination of trying to enjoy cannabis products and trying to have a thoughtful and witty, witty interview sometimes. You know, it’s happened to me that, uh, it got to be kind of challenging as I, as I got older that, you know, I really want to get stoned and do something and get stoned like, no, now you have to do this. 00:44:04:21 – 00:44:08:05 SolVentless And like, wait, I wanted to get stoned and I want to get stoned do this. But now. 00:44:08:05 – 00:44:08:15 Justin That. 00:44:08:28 – 00:44:35:25 SolVentless My brain is going over here and I’ve got to do this, and sometimes it’s like and I probably should be using more different kinds of more different cultivars of cannabis to try and accurately gauge where I want my brain to go. But I’m not using cannabis to certain extent that I really have that choice, though. I just sort of get on the ride that I’m on and sometimes thrive where I’m just like, Yes, let’s talking about blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah is like, cool. 00:44:35:28 – 00:44:40:04 Justin This couch is very nice. Yeah, that’s what I ask for. That’s how it is. 00:44:40:17 – 00:44:47:00 SolVentless That’s that’s where I need. But that’s where I loaded up. My name is our diesel, too. I got it. I’m sorry. I got to. I still got to shop steward tonight. 00:44:47:26 – 00:44:59:04 Justin Oh, yeah. And the illusion smoke shop right here is my home is here. I buy all my glass from them. They’ve really been friendly to me, and we’ve been talking to them about working together as cautious with our delivery lately. 00:45:00:04 – 00:45:10:01 SolVentless He’s waiting to take me. It’s the mother to the teeth of considerable yeah. Well, they’re on your list. I’m leaving you. 00:45:10:17 – 00:45:16:24 Justin Yeah, no, I definitely, definitely had them on you. Yeah, those are my friends over there. And you got a couple of some shops around here in Sacramento? 00:45:16:24 – 00:45:43:17 SolVentless Yeah, yeah. Well, it was, you know, interesting. Find out when I. I used to work with Randy’s wired rolling papers guy, one of those friend of mine, and so I did a couple of the amazing bag. Bag back in the day. Head shop trade shows, the head shop, tradeshow babies. That was. That was some fun. But the, you know, realizing that he had we had this he had this friend. 00:45:43:17 – 00:46:03:27 SolVentless He wound up doing a work release program for this guy who’d been busted for weed, but that guy who’d like to head shops and he made all his money off of him shops. And here’s the nicest guy who was like, oh, yeah, you know, this is an integral part of the business. And it’s the, you know, kind of safer until legalization came around or two 15 year round. 00:46:04:05 – 00:46:27:29 SolVentless It was the safer part of the business to be in, obviously next. Although, you know, they were my friend. He got completely ruined by the Bush administration’s paraphernalia law. Oh, I can imagine. Yeah. They’re named his product specifically to the paraphernalia list and made it federally illegal. One of them, it just destroyed his business and he fucking left the country. 00:46:28:02 – 00:46:28:25 Justin Had to go like that. 00:46:28:25 – 00:47:01:02 SolVentless Yeah. He went became an illegal alien in Canada so he could fucking you know, not get arrested for making rolling papers, which were probably 50% used by tobacco smokers. Yeah. So it’s just another insane overreach and, you know, stupid law in order to enforce the war on some drugs, the drugs that are disapproved and not, you know, not properly taxed, not formulated for the, you know. 00:47:01:17 – 00:47:19:09 Justin Government benefit processor you know that now even with California struggling with, flavored tobacco in that sense, you know, I’m not allowed to have taste buds or want to have a great flavored swisher to roll my weed in. Yeah, you have to have a honeyfusin Dutch now. That’s the best. 00:47:19:11 – 00:47:43:21 SolVentless Ah, yeah. I was impressed. It has been interesting going into all the every smoke shop head shop in North Cal and seeing ones with these just vast displays of juice flavors and like I walked to a shop the other day, you know, kind of nice neighborhood and it’s, you know, soccer mom got in front of me and she’s like, oh, this is bubblegum flavored vape, tasted terrible. 00:47:43:21 – 00:48:14:29 SolVentless It tasted like candle wax. Can I exchange it in one of these? One of these? I need I need a cinnamon tini. Wow, man, this is just this is the go juice that America is running on. Now, we’ve we’ve just converted everything to go juice. And and it’s comes in every flavor you want. And, you know, we had these you know, I had these arguments at the beginning, you know, five years ago, I thought, wow, I guess, you know, should we make cherry pop tart flavored oil carts or is that just a fucking crime against weed? 00:48:15:10 – 00:48:18:05 SolVentless And then. 00:48:18:16 – 00:48:19:24 Justin A lot of people say that’s a crime. 00:48:19:26 – 00:49:01:27 SolVentless Ice. And I’ve always been a purist. I but just a fucking asshole of moral integrity. And it’s ruined me and everyone everyone comes in contact with me. But yeah, I came up loving the weed and the artistry of the breeders and the amazing flavors that they’re able to connive out of that the genetics really should be respected. And and that’s the amazing thing about live rosin is that, you know, I mean, I remember I smoked strawberry fucking weed, you know, for years and like, yeah, yeah, yeah. 00:49:01:27 – 00:49:38:01 SolVentless Yeah. But you take down to that strawberry banana and it’s, well, that’s some taste of strawberry with no alteration no bullshit added to it. No, nothing is right there. And then go to banana like you. Really? You really jumped to the head of a class of understanding what you know about these flavors got made. And, you know, if you do the deep research on how those terpene profiles are actually creating too much for me, I can’t I can’t study that much. 00:49:38:06 – 00:49:50:18 Justin No, no. That’s actually something I’m covering in Wheat Society basics and a lot of the knowledge that I’m trying to push to help everybody out and getting a better high and developing in value and market better and being able to choose. 00:49:50:18 – 00:50:25:00 SolVentless You in space was it was on this issue. I was losing to a psychiatrist review yesterday about why he kind of kind of pulled away from psychiatry because he was sort of demanded by the model to prescribe drugs that he felt were, you know, werent really helping people at all. And that the whole model, when he started really having to research all these drugs work and, you know, the the drive towards anti-depressants, it’s like everything that your depression is is coming from any of any number of sources. 00:50:25:00 – 00:50:56:14 SolVentless You may have physical injury, you may have emotional loss, you may have a neurological condition, you have all these different things. And we’re giving you this one blunt tool that was the function of your brain to supposedly heal, although you’re going to be addicted to it for life. You work part time dissatisfaction with the way that you were living or that your life is unfolding or your circumstances are presenting. 00:50:56:24 – 00:51:45:09 SolVentless And that was you know, kind of pushed him away from that. And when you, you know, pushed him toward a very alternative model and, you know, now we are. But when you start to understand these two thing values and understand, you know, there’s people who are going to get, you know, I don’t want to smoke this weed that’s going to get me way too high but there are two P values in THC and CBD, CBG and other values that are going to steer you toward the state that you really want to be in, wanted the healing that you need or the, you know, the remedial medical properties, the and that science, I think, is hopefully just 00:51:45:09 – 00:51:53:20 SolVentless beginning maybe being, you know, slightly undertaken. But it could be it was so. 00:51:53:20 – 00:51:59:28 Justin Easy to find. Yeah. Because of legalization or because of regulated regulation because, you know. 00:52:00:12 – 00:52:02:04 SolVentless Well, you know, that’s good. Because of prohibition. 00:52:02:04 – 00:52:28:16 Justin Exactly. Precisely the issue. That’s the correct word to use here. Yes. Because it’s illegal and it’s dogma that society still holds on it today. Right. And that’s a big thing that I’m trying to tackle. The Weed Society is kind of kind of crowdsourcing consumer experience. Yeah. And with the forum was really trying to push by product and it by by constraining or even by, you know, satellite indica, which is a very broad terms. 00:52:28:19 – 00:52:30:08 Justin No, it’s just advancing. 00:52:30:08 – 00:52:31:07 SolVentless I mean, there’s another. 00:52:31:07 – 00:52:32:16 Justin Example where you can use other. 00:52:32:16 – 00:52:42:05 SolVentless And meaningless to your skin crawl. Just sitting reading is a term that, you know, based on some bright white man who happened to find a plant in a different place and thought they should give a different name. 00:52:42:12 – 00:52:46:24 Justin Is that merit based off of appellation where. Yeah, those certain plants were found. 00:52:46:25 – 00:52:55:19 SolVentless Within the morphizum of the plant. It takes on different characteristics based on um whereas sea environment it’s growing. 00:52:55:19 – 00:52:57:03 Justin In red like yeah the. 00:52:57:03 – 00:53:25:13 SolVentless Conditions create the plant structure. So you know what I mean. Jeff Graber, you started the lab. Uh, which is called lab. It’s like the biggest campus lab in the L.A. area. And then they got busted because he was running an extraction for all of his clients. And, and then testing, testing their weed and extracting it and giving them their extract back was their model. 00:53:26:19 – 00:53:53:16 SolVentless And one day and a cop was at some gas station down the street. And so he told me that he smelled weed, and he came and found their spot and called in this huge raid, and that was just like a massive bust. And they’re like, what the fuck? We have a license with the mayor and we are the first legal lab in California. 00:53:53:16 – 00:54:18:01 SolVentless And they’re like, cops are like to finding all these samples. And they’re like, oh, this is LAPD and this is Huntington Beach PD. And this is like, yeah, we test we set up all these for the police departments to tell what’s going on. And there’s like, oh my God. Like, and this is all the medical cannabis that we work with, all these medical gloves and all these patients, and they completely fucked up their lab and burn shit. 00:54:18:01 – 00:55:03:03 SolVentless Tons of people’s products, like poured it all down the drain and then figured out that these were like the good guys and that little off-topic sorry, stoned he graber did a study where it took 34 45 samples of OG Kush coming in from all of these, you know, all these people bringing him OG Kush and did an analysis of the terpene content and they were all over the map, they were all over the map and the assumption that you know a sativa plants and a indica plant had these fixed characteristics that have cannabinoid and terpene profile was completely wrong. 00:55:04:05 – 00:55:22:15 SolVentless You know you could have any of these ranges depending on the way the plant was grown he’s grown that what they’re doing what they’re feeding to it, what it’s like doing and get very different effects out that makes sense. So uh, and then you know that, that we’ll know the culture is all in, in the way. 00:55:24:03 – 00:55:27:10 Justin That it’s the only thing that people know and people still are by now. 00:55:27:10 – 00:55:40:24 SolVentless People are still asking to get indica or sativa you know. I mean, they crossed everything out by the mid-nineties. There’s, you know, my your life, your one or the other, you got to go to Afghanistan or, you know, down to Panama. 00:55:43:29 – 00:55:45:02 SolVentless You’re not in prison. 00:55:45:15 – 00:55:47:21 Justin 3% better. You played in this or that. 00:55:47:21 – 00:55:52:23 SolVentless But thank you. And we got down over here now. 00:55:52:24 – 00:55:54:23 Justin This has been great so far. More important. 00:55:54:23 – 00:55:58:27 SolVentless For the country to enjoy a bigger dog as Millinocket I and trying to. 00:55:59:15 – 00:56:01:16 Justin Find a job. Oh, did you just. 00:56:01:16 – 00:56:06:10 SolVentless Chill you know you’re winning with the dog, Alex, you. 00:56:06:20 – 00:56:09:16 Justin Know. Yeah. She has to sneak back up later and say I’m sorry. 00:56:10:09 – 00:56:13:22 SolVentless Right you stay and you know, it’s hard. 00:56:15:10 – 00:56:28:09 Justin But. Yeah, no, I think we should do a second interview at the shop. Yeah. And do it with a much better camera and some people on this first show the process show the magic name. It really makes a good content for the Hash Club in that. Yes, that’s what I was going to forward. 00:56:28:13 – 00:56:45:26 SolVentless Yeah. I’m, you know, in another turn here, I just got to talk to my partner and see when his next crop is coming up because we’ll probably want to. We’ve got some new flavors coming in. Yeah, there’s a lot of we had a lot of sleep since we’ve been, you know, since we’ve been cooking in the background for so long. 00:56:45:27 – 00:56:57:11 SolVentless We have a lot on the table for the Hash Club right now. Sour D and the strawberry banana and all that ice cream cake. 00:56:57:11 – 00:56:59:15 Justin Yes, I saw that. 00:56:59:23 – 00:57:11:11 SolVentless We got a lot of cookies in the background. We’d come to your testing and then we’re going to have, you know, a bunch of papaya and the mango flavors and stuff coming up in the spring. So perfect. And we were something. Yeah, yeah. We ready to flavor that. 00:57:11:13 – 00:57:15:14 Justin But people can find that on fullmelted.com and hash-Club.com . 00:57:15:21 – 00:57:28:19 SolVentless Hash dash club .com. Yeah. Some moron bought hash club and wanted to sell it for $27,000 and I’m like, dude, you probably dont even have any fucking hash to sell back up. 00:57:28:25 – 00:57:29:12 Justin Exactly. 00:57:30:05 – 00:57:30:16 SolVentless So. 00:57:31:21 – 00:57:32:18 Justin Well, thank you again. 00:57:32:29 – 00:57:33:13 SolVentless Thank you. 00:57:35:17 – 00:57:36:09 SolVentless It’s been blazing. 00:57:36:09 – 00:57:40:01 Justin Here. There’s been some of this smoke. Some more. We turn off these cameras. 00:57:40:05 – 00:57:41:02 SolVentless Yep. Thanks. 00:57:43:25 – 00:57:44:03 SolVentless Yeah.