Diamond Mining

ˈdī'əmənd ˈmīniNG/ | Noun

A term used in the cannabis industry to describe the process of forming and removing the isolated cannabinoids — most often THCA — from sauce. Both the end product and process are referred to as diamond mining, as they can resemble small diamonds. The remaining liquid portion is called terp sauce.

 

Diamond mining of live resin can take two to three weeks.

 

Look at the size of the diamonds that were mined from that sauce!