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Don't wanna be left behind The grass is always greener on the other side So don't you treat me like the first. Chocolate in the box I know you'll take another What you want is a looker Not a lover in the box I know you'll take another What you want is a looker Not a lover I've discovered . highly recommends adding ice packs to your chocolate shipment during the months of April-October. If accepted, $7.50 will be added to the cost of each package. If you choose to decline, chocolate items will not be covered by our satisfaction guarantee during these months. may choose to hold your chocolate order for a Monday ship date to decrease the number of days your package is in transit. Marijuana Math: Calculating milligrams per milliliter in liquids. Accurately converting percentage to milligrams per milliliter can be confusing, and it’s easy to get it wrong if you don’t factor in the density of the liquid suspension. You know how oils typically float to the top when mixed in water, while other substances like honey sink to the bottom? That’s because their density and molecular weight are different. One is lighter and less dense, while the other is heavier and more dense. In order to accurately calculate milligrams per milliliter, you’ll need the following information: Potency percentage , Density of the suspension , and Volume of the liquid . Let’s say you want to know how many mg are in a 50 ml bottle of ethanol tincture at 2% potency: Potency Percentage = 2% Density of ethanol* = 0.789 g/ml Volume of liquid = 50 ml. Step One: Convert Density from g/ml to mg/ml: 0.789 x 1000 = 789 mg. Step Two: Multiply Density in mg/ml by Potency Percentage: 789 x 2% = 15.78 mg/ml. Step Three: Multiply mg/ml by Volume of liquid: 15.78 x 50 = 789 mg in 50 ml. For this example, let’s assume you’re putting .5 ml of infused MCT (liquid coconut oil) into capsules: Potency Percentage = 3% Density of MCT* = 0.955 g/ml Volume of liquid = 0.5 ml. Step One: Convert density from g/ml to mg/ml: 0.955 x 1000 = 955 mg. Step Two: Multiply Density in mg/ml by Potency Percentage: 955 x 3% = 28.65 mg/ml. Step Three: Multiply mg/ml by Volume of liquid: 28.65 x 0.5 = 14.33 mg in 0.50 ml. Let’s say you’re planning to bake some edibles and want to know how many milligrams are in a tablespoon of butter with a potency of 0.5%. Potency Percentage = .5% Density of butter* = 0.911 g/ml Volume of liquid = 15 ml (approximately 1 tablespoon) Step One: Convert density from g/ml to mg/ml: 0.911 x 1000 = 911 mg. Step Two: Multiply Density in mg/ml by Potency Percentage: 911 x 0.5% = 4.56 mg/ml. Step Three: Multiply mg/ml by Volume of liquid: 4.56 x 15 = 68.4 mg in 15 ml (1 tbsp) *Each suspension will have a different density. Ethanol: .789 g/mL Vegetable glycerin = 1.26 g/mL Coconut oil = .926 g/mL Olive oil = .915 g/mL Safflower oil = .921 g/mL Butter = .911 g/mL MCT Oil = .955 g/mL Honey = 1.43 g/mL (Most oils have a density between 0.90 to 0.95) Bring your infused oils to The Good Lab for a Cannabinoid Potency Profile. We can help you figure out the milligrams per milliliter.
Contact us to schedule a time to drop off your sample. Analytical characterization of hemp ( Cannabis sativa ) seed oil from different agro-ecological zones of Pakistan. Cold-pressed oil content of Cannabis sativa (hemp) seeds from three different agro-ecological zones of Pakistan ranged from 26.90 to 31.50%. Protein, fiber, ash, and moisture content were found to be 23.00–26.50, 17.00–20.52, 5.00–7.60, and 5.60–8.50%, respectively. Results of some other physical and chemical parameters of the oil were as follows: iodine value, 154.00–165.00; refractive index (40°C), 1.4698–1.4750; density (24°C), 0.9180–0.9270 mg ml −1 ; saponification value, 184.00–190.00; unsaponifiable matter, 0.70–1.25%; and color (1-in cell), 0.50–0.80 R+27.00–32.00 Y. The induction period (Rancimat, 20 L h −1 , 120°C) of the nondegummed and degummed oils ranged from 1.35 to 1.72 h and from 1.20 to 1.49 h, respectively. Specific extinctions at 232 and 270 nm were 3.50–4.18 and 0.95–1.43, respectively. The hemp oils investigated were found to contain high levels of linoleic acid, 56.50–60.50%, followed by α-linolenic, oleic, palmitic, stearic, and γ-linolenic acids: 16.85–20.00, 10.17–14.03, 5.75–8.27, 2.19–2.79, and 0.63–1.65%, respectively. Tocopherols (α, γ, and δ) in the nondegummed oils were found to be 54.02–60.40, 600.00–745.00, 35.00–45.60, respectively, and were reduced to 29.90–50.00, 590.00–640.00, and 30.40–39.50 mg kg −1 , respectively, after degumming. The results of the present analytical study, compared with those found in the typical literature on hempseed oils, showed C.
sativa indigenous to Pakistan to be a potentially valuable nonconventional oilseed crop of comparable quality. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, The Wealth of India (A Dictionary of Indian Raw Materials and Industrial Products). II: Raw Materials , Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, 1962, pp. Qaiser, M., Cannabaceae, in Flora of West Pakistan , edited by E.