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For ya'll wondering what you get with a full plant extract, consider the following:

 

3.8   Sweet Mary's Charms II

 

A summary of the extensive work done  on the paper Constituents of Cannabis Sativa L XVII, A Review of the Natural Constituents, by Turner, Elsohly, and Boeren at the Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy, University of Mississippi.

 

Dr. Fischedick was kind enough to provide me with a copy of a paper done at Old Miss, as part of my research on the THC and CBN cycles.  A lengthy tome, which details the 421 compounds they found in Sweet Mary, ranging from our beloved cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, to alkaloids and Alkane hydrocarbons.

To say that I was blown away, would be an understatement, and puts new meaning to the term "Whole Plant Extract."

ASP Publications can provide the whole article at: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np50008a001

 

For those of ya'll looking for an arms around view, check out the following table that I whomped up from their excellent work:

 

COMPOUNDS IN SWEET MARY

NO

COMPOUND

QTY

1.0  Cannabinoids

 

1.1

Cannabigerol (CBG) type

6

1.1.1

Cannabigerolic acid

 

1.1.2

Cannabigerolic acid monomethylether

 

1.1.3

Cannabigerol

 

1.1.4

Cannabigerol monomethylether

 

1.1.5

Cannabigerovarinic acid

 

1.1.6

Cannabigerovarin

 

 

1.2

Cannabichromene (CBC) type

4

1.2.1

Cannabichromenic acid

 

1.2.2

Cannabichromene

 

1.2.3

Cannabichromevarinic acid

 

1.2.4

Cannabichromevarin

 

 

1.3

Cannabidiol (CBD) type

7

1.3.1

Cannabidiolic acid

 

1.3.2

Cannabidiol

 

1.3.3

Cannabidiol monomethylether

 

1.3.4

Cannabinidiol-c-4

 

1.3.5

Cannabidivarinic acid

 

1.3.6

Cannavidivarin

 

1.3.7

Cannabvidiorcol

 

 

1.4

D9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (d9-THC) type

9

1.4.1

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabonolic acid A

 

1.4.2

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabonolic acid B

 

1.4.3

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.4.4

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabonolic acid-C4

 

1.4.5

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabinol-C-4

 

1.4.6

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabivarinic acid

 

1.4.7

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabivarin

 

1.4.8

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabiorcolic acid

 

1.4.9

d-9-(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabiorcol

 

 

1.5

D8 Tetrahydrocannabinol (d8-THC)  type

2

1.5.1

d-8(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid

 

1.5.2

d-8(trans)-Tetrahydrocannabinol

 

 

1.6

Cannabicyclol (CBL) type

3

1.6.1

Cannabicyclolic acid

 

1.6.2

Cannabicyclo

 

1.6.3

Cannavicclovarin

 

 

1.7

Cannabielsoin (CBE) type

3

1.7.1

Cannabielsoic acid A

 

1.7.2

Cannabielsoic acid B

 

1.7.3

Cannabielsoin

 

 

1.8

Cannabinol (CBN) type

6

1.8.1

Cannabinolic acid

 

1.8.2

Cannabinol

 

1.8.3

Cannabinol methylether

 

1.8.4

Cannabinol-C-4

 

1.8.5

Cannabivarin

 

1.8.6

Cannabiorcol

 

 

      1.9

Cannabinodiol (CBND) type

2

1.9.1

Cannabinodiol

 

1.9.2

Cannabinodivarin

 

 

1.10

Cannabitriol (CBT) type

6

1.10.1

(-) Cannabitriol

 

1.10.2

(+) Cannabitriol

 

1.10.3

9-10-ethoxy-9-hydroxy-d6 tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.10.4

10-ethoxy-9-hydroxy-d6-tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.10.5

8-9-dihydroxy-d6-tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.10.6

Cannabidiolic acid tetrahydrocannabitriol ester (CBD-THO)(CBDA ester at 9-OH group

 

 

1.11

Misc cannabinoids -Recently added

4

1.11.1

Cannabichromanone-C3

 

1.11.2

Cannabielsoin-C3

 

1.11.2

Cannabielsoin acid B-C3

 

1.11.4

Cannabicumaronone

 

 

1.12

Miscellaneous types

9

1.12.1

Dehydrocannabifuran

 

1.12.2

Cannabifuran

 

1.12.3

Cannabichromanon

 

1.12.4

Cannabicitran

 

1.12.5

10-Oxo-d6 Tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.12.6

D9-(6a, 10a, cis)-Tetrahydrocannabinol

 

1.12.7

3,4,5,6-Tetrahydro-7-hydroxy-2-trimethyl-9-n-propyl-2-6-methano-2H-1-benzoxocin-5-methanol

 

1.12.8

(-)=(6aR,9S,10S,10aR)-9,10-Dihydroxyhexa-hydrocannabinol [Cannabiripsol]

 

1.12.9

6a,7.10a-Trihydroxy d9-tetrahydrocannabinol

 

 

2.0  Nitrogenous Compounds

20

2.1

Quaternary bases

5

2.1.1

Choline

 

2.1.2

Trigonelline

 

2.1.3

Muscarinew

 

2.1.4

L-(+) isoleucine betaine

 

2.1.5

Neurine

 

 

2.1

Amides

1

2.1.1

N-(p-hydroxy-b-phenylethyl)-p-hydroxy-(trans)-cinnamide

 

 

2.2

Amines

12

2.2.1

Piperidine

 

2.2.2

Hordenine

 

2.2.3

Amonia

 

2.2.4

Methylamine

 

2.2.5

Ethylamine

 

2.2.6

n-propylamine

 

2.2.7

n-Butylamine

 

2.2.8

Iso-butylamine

 

2.2.9

Sebutylamine

 

2.2.10

Dimethylamine

 

2.2.11

Diethylamine

 

2.2.12

Pyrrolidine

 

 

2.3

Spermidine alkaloids

2

2.3.1

Cannabisativine

 

2.3.2

Anhydrocannabisatacvine

 

 

3.0  Amino Acids

18

3.1

Alanine

 

3.2

Asparic acid

 

3.3

Cystine

 

3.4

Glutamic acid

 

3.5

Glycene

 

3.6

Serine

 

3.7

Arginine

 

3.8

Histidine

 

3.9

Isoleucine

 

3.10

Leucine

 

3.11

Lycine

 

3.12

Mtthionine

 

3.13

Phenylalanine

 

3.14

Proline

 

3.15

Threonine

 

3.16

Tryptophane

 

3.17

Tyrosine

 

3.18

Valine

 

 

 

 

4.0  Proteins, glycoproteins, and enzymes

9

4.1

Edestin

 

4.2

Zeatin

 

4.3

Zeatin nucleoside

 

4.4

Edestinase

 

4.5

Glucosidase (emulsin)

 

4.6

Polyphenol oxidase

 

4.7

Peptidase (ereptase)

 

4.8

Peroxidase

 

4.9

Adenosine-5-Phosphatase

 

 

5.0  Sugars and related compounds

34

5.1

Mosaccharides

13

5.1.1

Arabinose

 

5.1.2

Frutose

 

5.1.3

Galactose

 

5.1.4

Galacturonic acid

 

5.1.5

a-D-glucose

 

5.1.6

b-D-glucose

 

5.1.7

Altro-Heptulose (sedo-heptulose)

 

5.1.8

D-mano-heotulose

 

5.1.9

Mannose

 

5.1.10

D-glycerol-D-manno-Octulose

 

5.1.11

Rhamnose

 

5.1.12

Ribose

 

5.1.13

Xylose

 

 

5.2

Disaccharides

2

5.2.1

Sucrose (saccharose)

 

5.2.2

Maltose

 

 

5.3

Polysaccharides

5

5.3.1

Raffinose (oligosaccharide)

 

5.3.2

Cellulose

 

5.3.3

Hemicellulose

 

5.3.4

Pectin

 

5.3.5

Xylan

 

 

 

 

5.4

Cyclitols

12

5.4.1

Arabitol (arabinitol)

 

5.4.2

Erythritol

 

5.4.3

Galactitol

 

5.4.4

Glycerol

 

5.4.5

Mannitol

 

5.4.6

Ribitol

 

5.4.7

Sorbitol

 

5.4.8

Xylitol

 

5.4.9

D (-) Bornesitol

 

5.4.10

(+) Inositol

 

5.4.11

Myo-Inositol

 

5.4.12

(+) Quebrachitol (1L-2-O-methyl-chiro-inositol

 

 

5.5

Aminosugars

2

5.5.1

Galactosamine

 

5.5.2

Glucosamine

 

 

6.0  Hydrocarbons

50

6.1

C9H20 n-Nonane

 

6.2

C10H22 n-Decane

 

6.3

C11H24 n-Undecane

 

6.4

C12H26 n-Dodecane

 

6.5

C13H25 n-Tridecane

 

6.6

C14H30 n-Tetradecane

 

6.7

C15H32 3,6-Dimethyl-tridecane

 

6.8

C15H32 n-Pentadecane

 

6.9

C16H34 2,6-Dimethyl-tetradecane

 

6.10

C16H34 n-Hexadecane

 

6.11

C17H36 n-Heptadecane 

 

6.12

C18H38 2,6-Dimethyl-hexadecane

 

6.13

C18H38 n-Octadecane

 

6.14

C19H40 3,6-Dimethyl-heptadecane

 

6.15

C19H40 3,7-Dimethyl-heptadecane

 

6.16

C19H40 n-Nonadecane

 

6.17

C20H42 3,6-Dimethyl-octadecane

 

6.18

C20H42 3,7-Dimethyl-octadecane

 

6.19

C20H42 n-Eicosane

 

6.20

C21H44 n-Heneicosane

 

6.21

C22H46 3-Methyl-heneicosane

 

6.22

C22H46 n-Docosane

 

6.23

C23H48 n-Tricosane

 

6.24

C24H50 3-Methyl-tricosane

 

6.25

C24H50 n-Tetrasane

 

6.26

C25H52  2-Methyl-tetrasane

 

6.27

C-25H52  n-Pentacosane 

 

6.28

C26H54  n-Hexacosane

 

6.29

C26H54 3-Methyl-pentacosane

 

6.30

C27H56 2-Methyl-hexacosane

 

6.31

C27H56 n-Heptacosane

 

6.32

C28H58 n-Octacosane

 

6.33

C29H60 2-Methyl-octacosane

 

6.34

C29H60 9-Methyl-octacosane

 

6.35

C29H60 n-Nonacosane

 

6.36

C31H64 3-Methyl-triacontane

 

6.37

C30H62 n-Triacontane

 

6.38

C32H66 2-Methyl-hentriacontane

 

6.39

C31H64 n-Hentriacontane

 

6.40

C32H66 3-Methyl-hentriacontane

 

6.41

C32H66 n-Dotriacontane

 

6.42

C33H68 2-Methyl-dotriacontane

 

6.43

C33H68 n-Tritracontane

 

6.44

C34H70 Tetra-triacaontane

 

6.45

C35H72 Pentatriacontane

 

6.46

C36H74 Hexatriacontane

 

6.47

C37H76 Heptatriacontane

 

6.48

C38H78 Octatriacontane

 

6.49

C39H80 Nonatriacontane

 

6.50

 

 

 

7.0  Simple Alcohols

7

7.1

Methanol

 

7.2

Ethanol

 

7.3

1-Octene-3-01

 

7.4

Octanol-1

 

7.5

Octanol-3

 

7.6

Nonanol-1

 

7.7

Hexadecanol-1

 

 

 

 

8.0  Simple Aldehydes

12

8.1

Acetaldehyde

 

8.2

Isobutyraldehyde

 

8.3

Pentanal

 

8.4

Hexanal

 

8.5

Heptanal

 

8.6

Octanal

 

8.7

Nonanal

 

8.8

Decanal

 

8.9

Undecanal

 

8.10

Dodecanal

 

8.11

Tridecanal

 

8.12

p-Ethylbenzaldehyde

 

 

 

 

9.0  Simple Ketones

13

9.1

Acetone

 

9.2

Heptanone-2

 

9.3

2-Methyl-2-heptene-6-one

 

9.4

Decanone-2

 

9.5

Undecanone-2

 

9.6

Dodecanone-2

 

9.7

Pentadecanone-2

 

9.8

Octanone-3

 

9.9

2,2,6-Trimethyl cyclohexanone

 

9.10

2,2,6-Trimethyl-5-cyclohexenone

 

9.11

3-Decene-5-one

 

9.12

6,10-Dimethyl undecanone-2

 

9.13

6,10,14-Trimethyl pentadecanone-2

 

 

 

 

10.0  Simple Acids

20

10.1

Arabinic

 

10.2

Azelaic

 

10.3

Trans-Cinnamic

 

10.4

Citric

 

10.5

Glucaric

 

10.6

Gluconic

 

10.7

Glyceric

 

10.8

p-Hydroxybezoic

 

10.9

p-Hydroxycinnamic (p-Coumaric)

 

10.10

Isocritic

 

10.11

Malic

 

10.12

Malonic

 

10.13

2-C-Methylaldotetronic

 

10.14

3-Methoxy-4-hydroxycinnamic (Ferulic)

 

10.15

Phosphoric

 

10.16

Pyroglutamic

 

10.17

Quinic

 

10.18

Succinic

 

10.19

Threonic

 

10.20

Vanillic

 

 

 

 

11.0  Fatty Acids

12

11.1

Arachidic

 

11.2

Behenic

 

11.3

Eicosadienic

 

11.4

Eicosemic

 

11.5

Linoleic

 

11.6

Linolenic

 

11.7

Myristic

 

11.8

Oleic

 

11.9

Palitoleic

 

11.10

Palmitoleic

 

11.11

Sativic

 

11.12

Stearic

 

 

 

 

12.0  Simple esters and lactones

13

12.1

Benzyl acetate

 

12.2

p-Ethyl benzyl acetate

 

12.3

Cis-3-Hexenyl caproate

 

12.4

Hexyl acetate

 

12.5

Hexyl butyrate

 

12.6

Hexyl caproate

 

12.7

Hexyl Isobutyrate

 

12.8

Methl acetate

 

12.9

2-C-Methyl-aldotetronolact one

 

12.10

Methyl linoleate

 

12.11

Methyl palmitate

 

12.12

Methyl salicylate

 

12.13

Octyl caproate

 

 

 

 

13.0  Steroids

11

13.1

Campesterol

 

13.2

Campest-5-en-3b-ol-7-one

 

13.3

Campest-4-en-3-one

 

13.4

Ergosterol

 

13.5

b-Sitosterol

 

13.6

5-Stigmast a-7, 24(28)-dien-3b-ol

 

13.7

Stigmasta-5,22-dien-3b-ol-7-one

 

13.8

Stigmasta-4, 22-dien-3-one

 

13.9

Stigmast-5-en-3b-ol-7-one(7-Keto-b-sitosterol)

 

13.10

Sigmast-4-en-3-one

 

13.11

Stigmastaterol

 

 

 

 

14.0  Terpenes

103

14.1

Monoterpenes

58

14.1.1

Borneol

 

14.1.2

Bornyl acetate

 

14.1.3

Camphene

 

14.1.4

Camphenehydrate

 

14.1.5

Camphor

 

14.1.6

d-8 Carene

 

14.1.7

d-4 Carene

 

14.1.8

Carvacrol

 

14.1.9

Carvone

 

14.1.10

b-Cyclocitral

 

14.1.11

1,4-Cineol

 

14.1.12

1,8-Cineol

 

14.1.13

Citral B

 

14.1.14

Citronellol

 

14.1.15

p-Cymene

 

14.1.16

p-Cymene-8-ol

 

14.1.17

Dihydrocarveyl acetate

 

14.1.18

Dihydrocarvone

 

14.1.19

Fenchyl alcohol

 

14.1.20

Fenchone

 

14.1.21

Geraniol

 

14.1.22

Geranyl acetone

 

14.1.23

Limonene

 

14.1.24

Linalool

 

14.1.25

cis-Linalool oxide

 

14.1.26

trans-Linalool oxide

 

14.1.27

m-Metha-1,8(9)-dien-5-ol

 

14.1.28

1-Mentha-1-4-iso-propenylbenzene

 

14.1.29

Myrcene

 

14.1.30

Nerol

 

14.1.31

Nerolidol

 

14.1.32

Cis-b-Ocimene

 

14.1.33

Perillene

 

14.1.34

a-Phellandrene

 

14.1.35

b-Phellandrene

 

14.1.36

3-Phenyl-2-Methyl-prop-1-ene

 

14.1.37

a-Pinene

 

14.1.38

b-Pinene

 

14.1.39

a-Pinene oxide

 

14.1.40

Pinocarveol

 

14.1.41

Pinocarvone

 

14.1.42

Piperitenone

 

14.1.43

Piperitone oxide

 

14.1.44

Piperitenone oxide

 

14.1.45

Pulegone

 

14.1.46

Sabinene

 

14.1.47

trans-Sabinene hydrate

 

14.1.48

Sabinol

 

14.1.49

Safranal

 

14.1.50

a-Thujene

 

14.1.51

a-Terpinene

 

14.1.52

y-Terpinene

 

14.1.53

a-Terpinene-4-ol

 

14.1.54

a-Terpinolene

 

14.1.55

a-Terpineol

 

14.1.56

Thujyl alcohol

 

14.1.57

 

 

14.1.58

 

 

 

14.2

Sesquiterpenes

38

14.2.1

Allo-aromadendrene

 

14.2.2

a-trans-Bergamotene

 

14.2.3

b-Bisabolene

 

14.2.4

a-Bisabolol

 

14.2.5

Calamene

 

14.2.6

Caryophyllene

 

14.2.7

a-Caryophyllene (Humulene)

 

14.2.8

b-Caryophyllene

 

14.2.9

Iso-Caryophyllene

 

14.2.10

a-Caryophyllene alcohol (Caryophyllene epoxide)

 

14.2.11

a-Cedrene

 

14.2.12

y-Cadinene

 

14.2.13

b-Cadinene

 

14.2.14

a-Copaene

 

14.2.15

a-Cubenbene

 

14.2.16

a-Curcumene

 

14.2.17

y-Elemene

 

14.2.18

y-Eudesmol

 

14.2.19

b-Farnesene

 

14.2.20

(Z)-b-Farnesene

 

14.2.21

trans-trans-a-Farnesene

 

14.2.22

Farnesol

 

14.2.23

Farnesyl Acetone

 

14.2.24

a-Gurjunene

 

14.2.25

Guaiol

 

14.2.26

b-Humulene

 

14.2.27

Humulene epoxide I

 

14.2.28

Humulene epoxide II

 

14.2.29

Ledol

 

14.2.30

Longifolene

 

14.2.31

Nerolidol

 

14.2.32

Epi-b-Santalene

 

14.2.33

a-Selinene

 

14.2.34

b-Selinene

 

14.2.35

Selina-3,7(11)-diene

 

14.2.36

Selina-4(14),7(11)-diene

 

14.2.37

 

 

14.2.38

 

 

 

14.3

Diterpenes

1

14.3.1

Phytol

 

 

14.4

Triterpenes

2

14.4.1

Friedelin (Friedelan-3-one)

 

14.4.2

Epifriedelanol

 

 

14.5

Misc compounds of terpene origin

4

14.5.1

Vomifoliol (blumenol A)

 

14.5.2

Dihydrovomifoliol (blumenol B)

 

14.5.3

b-Ionone

 

14.5.4

Dihydroactinidiolide

 

 

 

 

15.0  Non cannabinoid phenols

16

15.1

Acetylcannaispirol

 

15.2

Cannabispiradienone

 

15.3

b-Cannabispiranol (cannaispirol)

 

15.4

Cannabispirenone (Dehydrocannavispiran)

 

15.5

Cannabispirenone-isomer

 

15.6

Cannabispirone (Cannabispiran)

 

15.7

3-[2-(4-hydroxyphenyl) ethyl]-5-Methoxyphenol

 

15.8

3-[2-(3-hydroxy-4-methoxyphenyl) ethyl]-5-methoxyphenol

 

15.9

3-[2-(3-isoprenyl-4-hydroxy-5-methoxy-phenyl) ethyl]-5-methoxyphenol

 

15.10

3-[2-(2-isoprenyl-3-hydroxy-4-methoxyphenyl)ethyl]-5-methoxyphenol (canniprene)

 

15.11

Cannabidihydrophenanthrene

 

15.12

Eugenol

 

15.13

iso-Eugenol

 

15.14

cis-Antethol

 

15.15

trans-Anethol

 

15.16

Methyleugenol

 

 

 

 

16.0  Flavanoidglycosides

19

16.1

Apigenin-7-O-p-coumarylglucoside

 

16.2

Apiginin-7-O-glucoside (Cosmosioside)

 

16.3

Apigenin-O-glucoside

 

16.4

Isovitexin-7-O-Glucoarabinoside

 

16.5

Isovitexin-O-glucoside

 

16.6

Isovitexin-7-rhamnoglucoside

 

16.7

Kaempferol-O-glycoside(s)

 

16.8

Luteolin-O-glucoside

 

16.9

Orientin

 

16.19

Orientin-7-O-glucoside

 

16.11

Orientin-O-glucoside

 

16.12

Orientin-7-O-rhamnoglucoside

 

16.13

Quercetin-O-glucoside(s)

 

16.14

Vitexin-7-O-(6"-glucoside)

 

16.15

Vitexin-O-glucoside

 

16.16

Vitexin-O-rhamnoglucoside

 

16.17

2"-O-Glucopyranosylorientin

 

16.18

2"-O-glucopyranosylvitexin

 

16.19

 

 

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17.0  Vitamins

1

17.1

Vitamin K

 

 

 

 

18.0  Pigments

2

18.1

Carotene

 

18.2

Zanthophylls

 

 

 

 

19.0  Total Compounds

421

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On 2/4/2018 at 4:22 PM, twigs said:

 

and relax :stoned:

 

 

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ISO oil Kona Sunset joint :skin_up:

 

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Ta

I dab instead of smoke now, but when I did smoke, I would place another paper against the one with the oil on it, and move them around against each other, to end with a thin evenly distributed film over both and if it was still too thick, did it again with more papers.  I then rolled them all into joints fully coated on the inside with oil.  The thin even film made it burn more evenly.

 

Effective but a little harsh to smoke for some.  Lots of thumbs up and "wows", typically accompanied by hacking. 

 

I passed one at break in a class on cannabis soap making and had the full class of 12 and the instructor all coughing at the same time.  One of the patients added to the risibility by saying, "Let the healing begin."

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excellent info @greywolf many thanks :stoned: 420-1 compounds :skin_up:

 

re oil joints: ive never really had a problem with smoking oiled joints and evenness of burn..

 

slow toking and good cured weed every time..

 

many thanks for your input/knowledge dude :stoned:

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I noticed you decarbed your material before you start? At our end we've always done it after the slow cooker stage, then slowly decarb the oil until it stops bubbling. 

Im not an expert on it though, do you think it makes any difference if its done before or after?

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Thanks for this method. I'll try it. I am interested in why you you say you started with uncarboxylated weed then used that same liquid again with carboxylated weed. What is the benefit of that? I would assume that it would all (or none) need carboxylating first. Also how long do you think it would take in slow cooker? My slow cooker can be used on low or high so also wonder which would be best. Another method I used suggested adding a few drops of water toward the end of the process- then when that is burned off it is done. Do people store it in syringes or small jars? Can I mix this oil with glycerine and vape it? Sorry for all the questions and appreciate any answers anyone takes the time to give me. cheers

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On 05/02/2018 at 0:06 PM, Gojitangie said:

 

 

How long do you run in slow cooker? On lowest setting, yes?

 

 

 

Mine runs on the highest setting. I find 2 litres of ISO takes about 4 hrs to cook off depending how much you stir it. I turn mine on and come back to it every half hour and give it a stir. Once it gets down to the stage where it's thickening up, I stand over it and stir almost continuously. The whole process takes about six hours.

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Has anyone here tried to recycle the alcohol via some sort of condenser ?

 

I see you can get 10 metres of 8mm copper pipe for £16.99 at a high street trade supplier ... :unsure:

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On 11/02/2018 at 2:46 PM, Magicmunchietree said:

I noticed you decarbed your material before you start? At our end we've always done it after the slow cooker stage, then slowly decarb the oil until it stops bubbling. 

Im not an expert on it though, do you think it makes any difference if its done before or after?

 

i think i did it because i thought about gettting it (weed) to the right temp/time for its fullest decrab just to know its done 

 

if you start to wander on times and temps you can lose or not activate cannabinoides 

 

 :stoned: 

 

 

On 11/02/2018 at 2:50 PM, The Green Hornet said:

Thanks for this method. I'll try it. I am interested in why you you say you started with uncarboxylated weed then used that same liquid again with carboxylated weed. What is the benefit of that? I would assume that it would all (or none) need carboxylating first. Also how long do you think it would take in slow cooker? My slow cooker can be used on low or high so also wonder which would be best. Another method I used suggested adding a few drops of water toward the end of the process- then when that is burned off it is done. Do people store it in syringes or small jars? Can I mix this oil with glycerine and vape it? Sorry for all the questions and appreciate any answers anyone takes the time to give me. cheers

 

for sure give this method a go dude its really simple just do it outside or in a highly ventilated area

i decrabed all the weed first then just did 2 runs/batches -reusing the iso from the first run- so once i 'washed' the first run i dumped that weed and chucked some more decrabed weed

into the same iso :stoned: 

really you can wash your weed a couple of times too to get a bit more out

 

you add the water at the end because that will evaporate of first when it gets down to it so you dont burn your oil if to hot 

 

yes syringes are good for storage and dispensing

 

yes the oil will dissolve in glycerine but i dont vap though so do know about that side of it

 

cheers dude :stoned:

 

 

 

On 02/03/2018 at 11:24 AM, cultivateur said:

Has anyone here tried to recycle the alcohol via some sort of condenser ?

 

I see you can get 10 metres of 8mm copper pipe for £16.99 at a high street trade supplier ... :unsure:

 

have you seen those machines that will do it for you? they is cool me wanty but im skint   :sadwalk:

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Nice one Twigs. I have all the stuff so will do it and post pictures. cheers for the tips

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brilliant post mate.... im hoping to be making up a load  come harvest time..... i have 2 rice cookers all ready to go ... just need trim/or bud  to get going......praying this year is MUCH better than last years disaster

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