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Make Hemp Oil Cheap and Easy!


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hmmmm... this is making the inner MacGuyver toker in me take pause.

i wonder... what would happen if you were to hook up a vaporizer to a sort of condenser/still system? how would it be made into a higher output sort of device? given it's viscosity, i can imagine that if it were like a still system, the cooling water would probably have to be replaced with warmer water to help allow the resulting resinous material to remain somewhat fluid and mobile.

if basically honey-oil is the result, i can imagine that it'd be much more potent and have signifigantly fewer pollutants and other nasties in it than the honey-oil that's made with toxic solvents like naptha and/or butane.

can you imagine a vial of pure, condensed thc/cbd/etc mix?

Edited by ReallyRed, 25 August 2010 - 07:05 PM.

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So let me see if I got this right. With a vaporizer, all the "goo" around the glass/bag/pipe is essentially oil?
All you gotta do is scrape it off and viola?

This seems too simple...


yeah, it kinda does... but, i don't see it as being all that different as the gunk that'll build up on your fave pipe or bong after a while (if you're like me and don't clean them after each use.) and instead of tar and other nasty shit, it'd mostly be the residue from the vaped weed.

in either case, i've been wanting a vaporizer and this sounds like an interesting experiment to rationalize getting one (well, aside from the health benefeits of not inhaling the smoke.) ;)

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As far as I know vaporizer resin is condensed THC in its purest form
Videos like this just make me angry, How can the government make something illegal when its fucking curing aids and cancer. If Cannabis truly is capable of curing all these illnesses then the government are murderers as they must know this information, they've done enough research on it and they let all those people die just because Legislation would harm pharmaceutical industrys and harm the cotton trade. Who are they to deny people their right to heal themselves and carry on living?
Bit of a rant TBH but I cant cope living knowing how our world is. Human beings killing eachother, children getting killed just because the condition of society, innocent people are dying all over the world and it ALL comes down to money. Worst thing is there's nothing I can think to do about it. I'd be willing to leave everything I know behind if I could think of a way to possibly help, yet unless EVERYONE opens their eyes to the fact that things don't have to be this way things are never going to change. It's not about Legalisation of Cannabis any more, It's about the healing of the Human race.
Sorry for going so off topic but hopefully by posting this i'll at least get people thinking.
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As far as I know vaporizer resin is condensed THC in its purest form
Videos like this just make me angry, How can the government make something illegal when its fucking curing aids and cancer. If Cannabis truly is capable of curing all these illnesses then the government are murderers as they must know this information, they've done enough research on it and they let all those people die just because Legislation would harm pharmaceutical industrys and harm the cotton trade. Who are they to deny people their right to heal themselves and carry on living?
Bit of a rant TBH but I cant cope living knowing how our world is. Human beings killing eachother, children getting killed just because the condition of society, innocent people are dying all over the world and it ALL comes down to money. Worst thing is there's nothing I can think to do about it. I'd be willing to leave everything I know behind if I could think of a way to possibly help, yet unless EVERYONE opens their eyes to the fact that things don't have to be this way things are never going to change. It's not about Legalisation of Cannabis any more, It's about the healing of the Human race.
Sorry for going so off topic but hopefully by posting this i'll at least get people thinking.
Peace


i hear you on that one... the hermit lifestyle gets more and more appealing every day (or, maybe not hermit but maybe a commune of like-minded individuals)

but hey, if things keep going the way they are in Cali and that starts the dominoes toppling... well, Cannabis IS the healing of the nation afterall ;)

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i hear you on that one... the hermit lifestyle gets more and more appealing every day (or, maybe not hermit but maybe a commune of like-minded individuals)

but hey, if things keep going the way they are in Cali and that starts the dominoes toppling... well, Cannabis IS the healing of the nation afterall ;)

I was gonna say that , Bob Marley knew what's going on and that was his message to the world he didn't want us to stop at legalisation. He knew that it was the first step in the right direction to the healing of the world. If shit doesn't get any better in the next 30 years bring on the revolution. Then it's time for man to overthrow it's greatest enemy

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i had the idea before but i couldn't put it into practise as i only own a MFLB, glad to see it works though. However i wonder how efficient it is, I presume seen as none is getting inhaled all the THC condenses

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wow. awesome. i mean, it seems logical. pure thc/cannabinoids are being vaporized, isolated from the plant matter and it condenses it all comes together and becomes what it naturally is in its natural state.

glad to hear of her success story and that we are finally moving towards the right direction.

btw what is the vapor point or boiling point of all cannabinoids? or basically at what temperature will all cannabinoids vaporize?

+rep for the great find.

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I live near Camden market and have been their multiple times and would not suggest you go there for toking tools, it's all overpriced low quality junk, I saw an orb vaporizer probably worth £25.00 for £150.00. However grasscity does a supposedly reliable orb vape

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Complex Partial Seizures Present Diagnostic Challenge - Psychiatric Times

im trying like hell to get the fuck away from a system that simply makes many of us worse then we were when we first went to them.......:mad:

TLE also may be responsible for chronic rather than just acute psychoses. While any of the symptoms of schizophrenia may be encountered, paranoid traits are the most common. TLE patients can be distinguished from schizophrenic patients by the maintenance, when not acutely ill, of warm affect and good rapport. In addition to the history, the diagnosis of complex partial seizure disorder can be aided by EEG. However, since such diagnosis remains a clinical one, it should be noted that several negative EEGs do not rule out the diagnosis of TLE in a given patient.


The treatment of TLE is complicated by the fact that many times improved seizure control via anticonvulsants leads to deterioration of the neuropsychiatric status. Schizophrenia-like epileptic psychoses often emerge when anticonvulsants are normalizing or improving the seizure activity. If this antithesis isn't recognized, the psychosis will soon become more of a problem than the seizures. One expert, Dietrich Blumer, M.D., has gone so far as to claim: "It is probable that the modern schizophrenia-like epileptic psychoses are largely iatrogenic in nature, caused by modern ability to control seizures."



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wow. awesome. i mean, it seems logical. pure thc/cannabinoids are being vaporized, isolated from the plant matter and it condenses it all comes together and becomes what it naturally is in its natural state.

glad to hear of her success story and that we are finally moving towards the right direction.

btw what is the vapor point or boiling point of all cannabinoids? or basically at what temperature will all cannabinoids vaporize?

+rep for the great find.


Here is a useful reference.

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I won't start another debate with you on it here, and I'm not saying it doesn't posses curative powers, but you always make it sound like a panacea and it's not. I want to see REAL research done large scale; yet another good reason for legalization.

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Oh anecdotal evidence is great too don't get me wrong, and I really DON'T want to debate, but there really hasn't been a lot of research. What has been done indicates it's a powerful potential treatment for various cancers. It's not magic though. I just hate seeing people given false hope.




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