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Solids Absorb THC

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by Greenwall, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Does solid oil or liquid oil absorb THC better? Of course they're both liquid when you melt the solid, but I'm pretty sure there's a difference.

    one of them is solid at room temp and another is liquid
  2. Solid oil is called fat because it is a solid at room temperature.
    Liquid oil is called oil because its a liquid at room temp.

    Liquid is better though like rob said. When oil becomes solid, the fat molecules are tighter together and is "frozen" at room temperature, since the melting point is about 75F (25C). Oil (and introduced with heat) will allow better absorption of the THC, unless you bring the fat to its melting point (like coconut oil) then that will be more effective due to the increased amount of saturated fat.

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