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How to make cannabutter?


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So ive tried to make cannabutter two times and i have been unsuccessful both times so i was wondering if someone could tell me how to do it and lead me to the easiest way. I do not have a double boiler so anything that works with one pot or a mason jar is good. Or if you can fix the way i did it it that would be great to.

What i did was put water in a larger pot and put that on the stove and i got a mason jar and put chopped up weed it in that and i put it in my grinder and put some butter in there about just one stick and i used about 2gs for the first time. And i put the jar in the pot slightly sealed and let it sit for 3-4 hours on slightly boiling and it turned out slightly green but still has some yellow in it. Then i put it in the refrigerator for tommorrow so i went to bed and around 6 in the afternoon i got it out and just tried to spread it on toasted bread. Since the butter was frozen i put it in the microwave for about 15 sec.... Is there anything i did wrong. I didnt eat all the butter too just some of it. Didnt feel like anythin....

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no, never use water...

its pretty simple... I usually never make single servings, i make entire batches of budder

i break down the budder so I know how much weed is in every tablespoon of budder once im finished so I know how potent things will be

first weigh your weed

then figure out how many tablespoons of butter you have, then divide... this gives you a round about potency...

then if your recipe calls for 3/4 of a cup all you have to do is figure out how many tablespoons in a cup and reduce by 1/4 and you have potency...

I know I need one gram a day when smoking... so as long as my portion contains one gram im good...

how to make budder....

its pretty simple... I put butter on the stove... in a pyrex dish... wait for it to melt and reduce the heat so its barely boiling... more or less just hot enough to melt the butter... and use a butter with lots of fat

then I decarb my bud(this might need to be done first) it should almost turn to powder in your fingers... and I grind it up really good and dump it into my butter

I let that sit on the stove for 30 minutes.. just sitting in hot butter...

then I put my pyrex dish back in the fridge to solidify again... i let that rest overnight

the next day I re-heat my butter and strain the weed out of the butter using a potato press lined with cheesecloth and squeeze all the butter out of the weed...

I strain the butter back into its original container and put that back in the fridge...

once its hard I can use as I want knowing I need a tablespoon to get me lifted

budder

this works for me

Alright but what exactly did i do wrong you said dont use water but all i did was fill the pot up with water and put the weed and butter in the mason jar?

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Alright but what exactly did i do wrong you said dont use water but all i did was fill the pot up with water and put the weed and butter in the mason jar?


You did it completely wrong

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How much do you smoke a day?

I used 1 stick of butter and 2gs of weed...
No i didnt decarb it, but what does that do to the weed

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You did it completely wrong

Fill free to elaborate..... not helping much

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I need one gram to get high in a sitting....I would need half your butter to get high....or four tablespoons

alright i ate half of it still nothing

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Also.....some people never get high off edibles....it just happens....no one can explain it


The first several times I consumed medibles, nothing happened, except a minor stomach ache.

Then one glorious day, I ate Matanuska zucchini Bread, with Perma Frost Butter. It was very yummy. 45 min later, I forgot my name, I was wrecked..

Anyhoo, I was going to give a lil advice, but Tihspeed got it covered. . :-)

I don't want to confuse you with another method. His is a foolproof way. :-)

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The first several times I consumed medibles, nothing happened, except a minor stomach ache.

Then one glorious day, I ate Matanuska zucchini Bread, with Perma Frost Butter. It was very yummy. 45 min later, I forgot my name, I was wrecked..

Anyhoo, I was going to give a lil advice, but Tihspeed got it covered. . :-)

I don't want to confuse you with another method. His is a foolproof way. :-)

feel free the more ways the better also could you tell me how to decarb

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feel free the more ways the better also could you tell me how to decarb


I don't decarb.

Here is what Decarboxilation is.
the following is copied from cannabischris.com

When the cannabis plant is freshly
harvested, most of the THC found within
the resins on the buds and leaves, is still in
it’s non-psychoactive form called THCA.
THC(A) has little to no psychoactive effect
on humans when consumed. This means, if
you picked a fresh “bud” from a female
cannabis plant, and ate it, you would feel
very little to zero “high” or psychoactive
feeling.
To get cannabis that is psychoactive when
consumed, the THC(A) must first be
converted into THC.
In order to convert THCA into the
psychoactive form we all love, called THC –
cannabis must first go through a process
called decarboxylation. This process
usually takes place naturally in the drying
and curing stage, but may also
be achieved when the material is brought
to a temperature of at least 122 degrees.
After about 15 minutes of 122-145 degree
temperatures, THC(A) will be converted to
active THC throughout the resin containing
areas of the plant.
Temperatures to note:
At 102 degrees, virtually all of the terpenes
found in the cannabis plant will begin to
evaporate off, along with most of the
smells produced by those terpenes. At this
point you should begin to smell a very-
strong cannabis aroma. Many terpenes are
lost at temperatures as low as in the high
70′s.
At 122 degrees, THC(A) begins to lose it’s
carbon molecule during evaporation. This
converts the THC(A) into active THC, making
the material psychoactive and ready for
consumption.
At 150 degrees, CBD begins to melt and
evaporate. Temperatures above 150 will
result in loss of CBD’s.
CBD’s, while non-psychoactive in nature,
are said to be responsible for many of the
medical effects of cannabis. They have been
shown to relieve convulsion, inflammation,
anxiety, and nausea, as well as inhibit
cancer cell growth.
Any preparation of cannabinoids being
used for an above condition, should not be
heated above 150 degrees during the
decarboxylation process, as you
will diminish the amount of CBDs in the
end product.
Decarboxylation rapidly takes place
at approximately 220 degrees, however; as
stated above with CBDs, different
cannabinoids have an evaporation point of
between 150 and 392 degrees. This means,
heating these constituents past their
evaporation point will cause them to
degrade, or to be lost completely into thin
air.
THC starts to evaporate at approximately
360 degrees, and completely boils at 392
degrees.
Meaning, that baking products like
“medibles” at a temperature above 350
degrees, may also destroy some of the
psychoactive effects.
Therefore, it is my opinion that – the most
medically effective preparations are those
that have been made with either naturally
cured cannabis (3 weeks time or longer), or
those that have been decarboxylized at
temperatures between 122 and 149
degrees Fahrenheit as to keep all of the
cannabinoids and other beneficial
constituents in-tact.

*edit*

I make my budder with fully cured bud/trim, so it is not needed imo.
If I were to use fresh bud/trim, I would decarb.

Edited by MrWeeds, 15 August 2012 - 01:44 AM.

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I also don't de-carb..... I should have mentioned that, but I use cured bud....and it's home grown, so I know how long my stuff has been on a shelf

I also feel its not needed, but the info expressed by the pros says it does, so go with the flow


I have sorta put you up there as one of the GC pros. :-)

Learned tons from your journal.

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Awesome info. Well done.

I don't decarb.


Here is what Decarboxilation is.
the following is copied from cannabischris.com

When the cannabis plant is freshly
harvested, most of the THC found within
the resins on the buds and leaves, is still in
it’s non-psychoactive form called THCA.
THC(A) has little to no psychoactive effect
on humans when consumed. This means, if
you picked a fresh “bud” from a female
cannabis plant, and ate it, you would feel
very little to zero “high” or psychoactive
feeling.
To get cannabis that is psychoactive when
consumed, the THC(A) must first be
converted into THC.
In order to convert THCA into the
psychoactive form we all love, called THC –
cannabis must first go through a process
called decarboxylation. This process
usually takes place naturally in the drying
and curing stage, but may also
be achieved when the material is brought
to a temperature of at least 122 degrees.
After about 15 minutes of 122-145 degree
temperatures, THC(A) will be converted to
active THC throughout the resin containing
areas of the plant.
Temperatures to note:
At 102 degrees, virtually all of the terpenes
found in the cannabis plant will begin to
evaporate off, along with most of the
smells produced by those terpenes. At this
point you should begin to smell a very-
strong cannabis aroma. Many terpenes are
lost at temperatures as low as in the high
70′s.
At 122 degrees, THC(A) begins to lose it’s
carbon molecule during evaporation. This
converts the THC(A) into active THC, making
the material psychoactive and ready for
consumption.
At 150 degrees, CBD begins to melt and
evaporate. Temperatures above 150 will
result in loss of CBD’s.
CBD’s, while non-psychoactive in nature,
are said to be responsible for many of the
medical effects of cannabis. They have been
shown to relieve convulsion, inflammation,
anxiety, and nausea, as well as inhibit
cancer cell growth.
Any preparation of cannabinoids being
used for an above condition, should not be
heated above 150 degrees during the
decarboxylation process, as you
will diminish the amount of CBDs in the
end product.
Decarboxylation rapidly takes place
at approximately 220 degrees, however; as
stated above with CBDs, different
cannabinoids have an evaporation point of
between 150 and 392 degrees. This means,
heating these constituents past their
evaporation point will cause them to
degrade, or to be lost completely into thin
air.
THC starts to evaporate at approximately
360 degrees, and completely boils at 392
degrees.
Meaning, that baking products like
“medibles” at a temperature above 350
degrees, may also destroy some of the
psychoactive effects.
Therefore, it is my opinion that – the most
medically effective preparations are those
that have been made with either naturally
cured cannabis (3 weeks time or longer), or
those that have been decarboxylized at
temperatures between 122 and 149
degrees Fahrenheit as to keep all of the
cannabinoids and other beneficial
constituents in-tact.

*edit*

I make my budder with fully cured bud/trim, so it is not needed imo.
If I were to use fresh bud/trim, I would decarb.






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