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Letting CannaOil Cure After Cooking

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by starks4, Aug 31, 2017.

  1. Just out of curiosity, if I hypothetically left my cannaoil to sit in a jar with the weed in it still after cooking it, does that enhance the amount of thc being absorbed into the oil? Or is it not going to make a significant difference?
  2. Oil seems unable to penetrate the interiors of herb particles and dissolve the cannabinoids contained therein. If you plan on straining, the longer you soak, the better.
    If you don't strain, time might help a little, but you'll still get all the medicine.
    Assuming accurate decarb.
  3. Ok thanks!
  4. If you do leave your oil sitting with cannabis in it be careful that you don't get any mold growth. Wild Bill is correct- if you grind up the cannabis and leave it in the oil when you make your recipe you will get 100% of the goodies. Extraction with oil leaves a good bit behind in the bud when you strain. In any case, make your edibles and enjoy!

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