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How dry do my cuttings have to be for cannabutter?

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by BlazeBlunts, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. I harvested my plant just over 3 days ago and all the leaves, etc. today i cut the bud leaves off and trimmed my bud. I want to use all the clippings and stems etc to make cannabutter. My question is do i need to let it completely dry out before i make it, or can i use the semi-dry stuff that i have now? Thanks guys
  2. I'd say let them dry a little and toss them in the freezer for an hour or two before you're gonna use them.
  3. no need to freeze it for cannabutter. you dont need to dry or cure the trimmings either. they will give off more uhh.. excess product? than dry trim. its not bad or anything, just your butter will be extra scummy.
  4. My concern for drying the product is how much chlorophyll will be given off in the extraction process. Too much will greatly change the color AND the flavor of the end product.

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