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Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by Wondering, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. I want to make a tincture, but most of the recipes seem to call for dry plant material. My question is this:

    Can I harvest and put the weed directly into the oven for decarboxylation? Then load up a jar, add the alcohol, and let it marinate for a month?

    Is decarboxylation that important or can I start with fresh material and add the Everclear, 151 or whatever?
  2. You don't have to decarboxylate I think, you can just take Everclear, dump some fresh herb, and let it marinate for a month. Be careful to look at portions tho. 2 oz = 1/2 gram I hear. So drink/pour out some liquor first unless you plan on putting like 2oz of fern in the alcohol.

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