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MedicalMilitia

How to: Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil, Step by Step

 

 

Hi guys. In this short vid, I demonstrate how to make cannabis infused coconut oil, simply and easily, at home. I tried to make it as short and as easy to follow as possible.  I do not speak and I just use captions to get right to the point. This method is very easy, and anyone can master it in very little time.
 
Let me know what you think!
 
In this video, I use a sous-vide, but you can also use your stove-top and a thermometer to track temperatures.
 
I hope this helps a few people.
-Cheers
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Nice one... the sous-vide and isolated jar seems like a great and safe way to infuse the oil - :v:

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Thankk

22 minutes ago, Slugums said:

Nice one... the sous-vide and isolated jar seems like a great and safe way to infuse the oil - :v:

Glad you enjoyed it!

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I like the way you control the temperature and environment of the decarb. There is a new decarb tool product out there (called Nova) for a few hundred quid, that makes the case things do not get evenly decarbed in open air, or that temps fluctuate and dont fully decarb, or burn off THC. I believe sealing jars and putting them in boiling water bath would create the most controlled decarb without spending all that money.

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Nice video mate, but you forgot to put the Lecithin in. 

Here's a quote from another site......

Lecithin is a yellow-brown colored fatty substance found in all living things (it’s a gooey substance that makes up about a third of your brain). Lecithin contains choline, which is used throughout your entire body as a major ingredient in each and every cell membrane. Besides the fact that your brain absolutely loves this stuff, lecithin provides other benefits when it is included in marijuana infused oils.

First, lecithin gets more cannabinoids into your brain and other cells and it gets them there faster since, you know, your brain is made of the stuff. Second, lecithin increases the effectiveness of the cannabinoids as well as the intensity of the effect. Also, lecithin acts as an emulsifier in the infusion process, helping more cannabinoids to bond with the oil molecules.

Sunflower lecithin is now widely-regarded as being a better alternative to traditional soy-based lecithin. You can probably find sunflower lecithin in your local health foods store, and you may find it in liquid form, granule form or both, either of which is fine. If you can’t find sunflower lecithin locally it’s easy to order online.

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On 27/05/2018 at 10:44 PM, teehee said:

Nice video mate, but you forgot to put the Lecithin in. 

Here's a quote from another site......

Lecithin is a yellow-brown colored fatty substance found in all living things (it’s a gooey substance that makes up about a third of your brain). Lecithin contains choline, which is used throughout your entire body as a major ingredient in each and every cell membrane. Besides the fact that your brain absolutely loves this stuff, lecithin provides other benefits when it is included in marijuana infused oils.

First, lecithin gets more cannabinoids into your brain and other cells and it gets them there faster since, you know, your brain is made of the stuff. Second, lecithin increases the effectiveness of the cannabinoids as well as the intensity of the effect. Also, lecithin acts as an emulsifier in the infusion process, helping more cannabinoids to bond with the oil molecules.

Sunflower lecithin is now widely-regarded as being a better alternative to traditional soy-based lecithin. You can probably find sunflower lecithin in your local health foods store, and you may find it in liquid form, granule form or both, either of which is fine. If you can’t find sunflower lecithin locally it’s easy to order online.

 

Yes I've heard this too @teehee, apparently it makes the canna coconut much more effective. 

Although I am unsure how much to use per "cup" of coconut oil, and if powder is best or not?

 

Thanks :yinyang:

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2 hours ago, AKPOG said:

 

Yes I've heard this too @teehee, apparently it makes the canna coconut much more effective. 

Although I am unsure how much to use per "cup" of coconut oil, and if powder is best or not?

 

Thanks :yinyang:

no worries @AKPOG I did a thread on this subject once.... http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?/topic/382084-cannabis-infused-coconut-oil/

 

The ratio is 1 cup Coconut oil  with 15ml Lecithin 

I use Sunflower lecithin granules and it works fine.

Incicentally did you know that Mangoes have very high lecithin content, and if you consume cannabis with mangoes, you get more stoned.

 

sorry to jack your thread, @MedicalMilitia;)

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