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I made a tincture to put in cannabis iced teas can i store the mixture in plastic

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by cthulhu139, Jun 28, 2017.

  1. So I have made two batches so far the first one i put in plastic bottles with only water and the tincture, there is a green residue stuck to the inside of the bottle. The second batch i stored in plastic water bottles again with iced tea mix in it, i am wonder if this green residue will keep happening.
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  2. Plastic is too scary. Who knows how concentrated alcohol and cannabinoids will react to it. You're probably ok short term, but I wouldn't habitually store cannabis products in plastic.
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  3. My guess is that it might be the plant waxes that would have been removed if you winterized your tincture. I'm not saying you need to winterize- you did nothing wrong. I keep my tincture in an amber two ounce glass bottle and add to beverages as needed. I wouldn't use plastic, but then again I see no harm in using plastic. Glass is just nicer. You shouldn't have lost much if any of your thc in the residue. Enjoy your iced tea, mate!

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