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Cooking with old leaves?

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by zajokokaah, May 10, 2016.

  1. Hi everyone im new here,this is my first post :)
    I have some leaves about 5 months old 60+grams of it, but they are kinda dry so im wondering if i can do anything from it or just throw it in the trash? I read somewhere that you can make butter from it,is that true or?
  2. Depends what you mean by leaves, if it's just fan leafs and stuff with minimal THC, then trash. If it's sugar leaf and trim then it's salvageable. If it looks frosty it's worth it, otherwise no.
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  3. You'll have to use a lot of it but you can do it. If nothing else, it's good for topicals but you can get a buzz from it, too. :)
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