Extraction

cannabis milk

Cannabis Milk

  Water ¼ oz. Marijuana Leaves (Per Person) 2 ½ Cups Milk (Per Person)   On low heat, put on a pot with the water and add the marijuana leaves. Let this simmer for about 10 minutes.   Remove the pot from the heat and throw off the water.   Keeping the heat on low… Read More

thc pills

THC Pills in 5 Simple Steps

We all know smoking is terrible right? On the off chance that you would prefer not to smoke and are searching for another approach to get high with no of the destructive impacts connected with smoking, or you require an approach to get high and smoking isn't a feasible alternative (e.g. vast occasions, open spots… Read More

cannabis infused coconut oil

Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil

Ingredients: 1 cup coconut oil 1 teaspoon to 1 Tablespoon of sunflower lecithin 1 cup organic, decarboxylated, finely-ground cannabis (about 1/4 oz. or 7 grams) Directions: In a crock pot on warm or low, combine coconut oil & sunflower lecithin. Melt and stir. Add organic cannabis.  Stir every half hour or so. After 2-3 hours… Read More

weed lube

Making Cannabis Lube

For this recipe we will be using a ratio of 1 cup of organic extra virgin coconut oil, for every gram of cannabis. One gram of cannabis (at 10% THC) contains 100 mg THC. There’s 16 tablespoons in every cup of coconut oil, and each of these tablespoons of the finished product will contain 6.25… Read More

thc Tincture

Marijuana Tincture

A Marijuana Tincture is way of consuming medical marijuana through alcohol extraction. Marijuana Tinctures are very concentrated, so a dose may be only a few drops or a teaspoon or two. For best results it is important to use pure alcohol like Everclear, which is 95%. Vodka is good, but when it says 40%, it means the rest is water. If you are wanting to use vodka, you should use THC induced Vodka which will add to the potency. In whole-plant cannabis, THC content is expressed as THCA (tetrahydrocannabolic acid) prior to decarboxilation into THC, which takes place when cannabis is heated during cooking, and smoked or vaporized ingestion. THCA is a mild analgesic and anti-inflammatory but does not have good affinity with our CB1 receptors, so in order to make a THC-rich tincture that has many of the same therapeutic effects as smoked ingestion (including rapid absorption, quick relief and ease of self-titration), we must convert the THCA in the plant matter into THC prior to extracting it through an alcohol soak.

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