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Smell-Free Edibles?

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by ismoketoomuch1, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. is there any edibles that can be made with no smell/heat required? like ones that are 100%

  2. bump, something that i can make in my bedroom
  3. time to get scientific, let's put on our thinking caps. In  order for you to get "high", you need to introduce some sort of heating catalyst to the cannabis to convert the thc-a (Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) to thc. Thc in it's acidic form (thc-a) is not able to be absorbed through our bodies, so it cannot get you hgih. So, what this means is, that just picking a bud right off the plant and trying to eat it like an apple would do very little, if anything, as far as getting the desired high. Look up decarboxylation of cannabis.
    The easiest way to make some edibles is to start with making olive oil (less cooking time). Pre-heat the oven to warm, no hotter than 150 put in your flower for 15 min, this will decarb it. Add your bud to your olive oil, you can cook it longer on the stove if you want but the longer you cook it the more thc is converted to CBD so it will give you that really intense body high. Strain the oil after it cools and you let it sit. Typically the longer the bud is in the oil the more thc is extracted. Hope this info helps.
  4. Firecrackers don't really smell unless you have the temp too high or you cook them too long. And if anything it'll be gone in like 15 minutes. 
    Just smear peanut butter(all natural) or nutella on crackers, sprinkle on your bud, and close the crackers like a sandwich
    Wrap it in tin foil, put it in the oven at about 250 for 15-20 minutes. 

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