Should I decarboxylate the cannabis before letting it soak in solvent for months? Decarboxylation converts the thc-a to the, and without that you won't get much thc content in the tincture. I suggest alcohol over VG too, it's just more potent and doesn't degrade as easily.
And it's more effective with your long-term cold infusion method. I haven't used VG but I believe that needs a heat infusion. I would be using this tincture a few times a day probably, would that still be okay with the alchohol being ingested that frequently or would that be too much? Decarboxylate and then soak in grain alcohol overnight (or however long, just keep out of light and high temps). Filter out the weed then evaporate off excess alcohol. If you dont want alcohol you can evaporate off all of the alcohol then mix the sludge with mct oil using low heat. And is mcr oil required if you burn off alcohol or not?
I read dozen of articles and saw plenty of videos about how to make cannabis oil to vape. I had a good amount of dry herb and didn't want to smoke them (no mold) and decided to make something different with it. What I did was: Got the cannabis, crushed it and soaked into to cereal alcohol and let it sit for 8 weeks. I just filetered the liquid and it is dark green and very sticky. Now the liquid is properly covered and out to let the alcohol evaporate. After so many research and less resource that was the method I could use. Now I see people saying I can drop this liquid under my tongue. I completely forgot about decarboxylation, so I guess all my wait is gone? But I did wash my weed in hot water, dried and then soaked in alcohol (I guess not heat enought to activate thc). Sorry if it is not the right sub to post it but I am confuse about how and if I can use my product now. I was thinking about waiting it to evaporate all the alcohol and make an e-liquid (solving in glycerin or propilenoglicol) to use with my e-cig. Prostate Enlargement / BPH Treatments - Do Supplements Help with BPH? When you try to find the right supplements to treat a health condition, it can feel like a shot in the dark. But some men with BPH have found success with supplements. And thereвЂ™s at least some scientific research to back them up. When you have BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), your prostate is larger than normal. It can cause problems such as a weak urine stream or you need to pee a lot throughout the day. Your doctor might suggest a prescription drug to treat your symptoms, but you might find that the side effects are too much to take. Or, youвЂ™d just rather not have to take medicine so often. Supplements arenвЂ™t as closely regulated as medicines your doctor prescribes. That means their quality, safety, and effects can vary. ItвЂ™s best to talk to your doctor before you start any supplement.
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