Evaporating ISO from reclaim

Discussion in 'Harvesting and Processing Marijuana' started by L, Nov 15, 2014.

  1. Anyone know how long it takes? I'm assuming the deeper the longer, but I know if I can boil it in a Pyrex bowl on an electric grill at like 160(?) it will work faster..should I boil or keep waiting? It's been over an hr lol went from this
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    To this
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    So the question is should I boil out the alcohol or nah keep waiting?
    And once it's dried and evaporated can I just dab right then and there?
    Thanks gc

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  2. Those pics are backwards btw LOL

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  3. #3 derpderpxd, Nov 15, 2014
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    just leave it out for like 3 days is what I would do, with a fan whenever possible. and dude don't dab reclaim it's really not worth it, it tastes horrible, pops on the nail because it's not purged well, is very weak and takes a ton of it to give you a nasty resin-like buzz. if you run out of oil just smoke bud or don't smoke at all
  4. Yee yee Christmas Baron representin'!
    I find it gross, but I don't honestly know how bad it is, (I don't dab much) my friends just take a coat hangar, scrape that shit out and dab it right then and there as it is. All I can really tell you is that it'll probably be a few days if you let it sit, a few hours if you cook it. And no matter what it will taste like SHIT.
  5. #5 Dr.Fumbles, Nov 15, 2014
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    Just use it for edibles
  6. Reclaim will have a more sedative effect . Great in bedtime edibles. I would let it air dry under fan for 2-3 days scrape and enjoy
  7. Dab away. The crackle will go away if u let all the water/alcohol evapurate. I do it

  8. ( Yes I know it’s old af, but You clearly never smoked excellent concentrate, live resin, and distillate, etc. The reclaim gets you just as baked. And doesn’t “crackle if you do it properly...

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