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Moldy leaves okay for cooking?

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by rockhardnugs, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. Hey guys....I have a ziplock bag full of really moldy leaves and trimmings from my plant that I completely forgot about....that's why it became so moldy cause I didn't air it out. Can I still use this to cook with? There was a lot of trichomes on the leaves and I really don't want it to go to waste. Some help please
  2. I wouldn't trust it..better to just let it go.

    That could be bad for you.
  3. I'd make it into oil or hash.

    Not sure about the cooking. Probably not good for you like TheHempress said.
  4. ya make it into hash or honey oil... dont eat that shit heh
  5. Marijuana is a plant. Would you cook with moldy vegetables?

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