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So does RSO after the solvent has boiled off. That's why it's left on the heat for a while afterwards. Temperatures of 230°F / 110°C are needed for decarboxylation.Pressing rosin leaves you with a product that still has to be decarbed, to get full potential. Fine if you smoke it, but less than optimum for edibles in it's raw stage.
I put mine in capsules. The rosin and oil need to be warmed so they will flow easily. I heat the oil and rosin to 230°F / 110°C until decarb is complete, usually 15-20 minutes. I pour the oil into the rosin, mix it and let it cool to about 150°F, then use a syringe to load the capsules.