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What can you do with vaped weed?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by RhinoForever, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Alright blades i was just wondering what you can do with weed after it has been vaporized, i heard you can make quiso or some shit with it after it has been vaped. Any one have any ideas?
     
  2. make edibles/tinctures.
     
  3. Edibles man.
     
  4. Nice, could i make some fire crackers with it?
     
  5. Edibles are certainly a possibility :p

    There is definitely some potency left behind in your post-vaped material, so save every little bit you have for making oil.

    Your material has been activated/decarbed, but cannabis glandular material is notoriously difficult for the body to digest and absorb, all on its own, even when activated, even when sticky and gooey, or in the form of a concentrate.
    Just skip the decarb-steps included in the link below, and move on to the oil making portion of the process.


    The below will help you to make your oil, and it may give you some inspiration....



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    BadKat's Highly Activated & Bioavailable, Med-Grade Canna Oil

    To learn how to make this (or your trimmings...)


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    (First Page, contains detailed information on decarboxylation, or cannabinoid conversion..
    decarboxylation is the process of activating your cannabinoids 'potency' by removing the
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    from their acid, to their more potent delta forms):

    Photo Tutorial: Highly Activated Med Grade Bioavailable Canna & Hash Oil, Edibles, Drinkables and more...


    The best oils, produce little to no odor during processing, if sealed properly and heated and cooled correctly. You can easily put it in any boxed brownie mix... be sure to read the final paragraph for detailed dosage information.


    The above link also contains recipes for....




    BadKat's Highly Activated & Bioavailable, Med-Grade Hash Oil (same as capsule recipe, oil can also be used for cooking)

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    BadKat's CannaPharm: Edibles, Drinkables, and more...


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    Quick, discreet, **All-In-OneRecipe** (starts with herb, and finishes with an edible):


    -"Kat Crackers"- Canna Quickie ~Fudge~ Cookie Sandwich

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  6. yo easiest thing to do....
    put it in a bowl and cover it with olive oil and put aluminum foil over the bowl, put it in the oven at 350 F for 25 min. Strain out the vaped weed and you're all set. I usually mix it into smoothies, once I used it to make grilled cheese.
     

  7. Or just as easily, you can use a quality oil source with more saturated fat, and a higher ratio of small and medium-chain triglycerides, for better portal vein absorption and liver conversion, and ultimately an enormous increase in potency... enough of an increase to give you multiple doses. If processed gently, for long enough (220 f for 1.5 - 2 hours), you can triple (or more) the number of doses you get, from the same amount of material, versus the results achieved using lesser processing methods.
    Just as much effort on the makers part, with vastly-improved results ;)


    That's the basic 'gist' of the oil recipe I linked above... it's very easy! No reason to cut corners, and lose potency, when it is already so simple :hello:
     
  8. Alright cool, good to know, but what do you mean by processed gently at 220 F for 1.5-2 hrs? Oven...pan on stove...
     
  9. If you'd like to know more, just click the first link I gave. It leads to a stickied thread in the edibles section, with photo tutorials, devoted to edibles and medical-grade oil processing. We generally use the oven.

    Many members in the thread have mentioned that, since they've started making their own oils, they no longer bother with their local dispensary or clinic's edibles, because even when the clinic edibles are 'loaded with potency', they are ineffective compared to making their own oils at home, using less material.


    A lot of professionals are still cutting corners these days, so it's not that uncommon, and when it happens at home certainly it's nothing to be embarrassed about :) On one hand it's often due to inexperience, which is at least understandable, but on the other hand, 'professionals' often do this to keep profits and prices high, and have their customers buying more meds than they really need. :(
    This practice, perpetuates the myth that you need to eat more cannabis than you'd usually smoke, to achieve the same effect, which isn't the case... except, when the cannabis isn't processed well enough. Processed correctly, edible cannabis can be MUCH more powerful than smoking the same amount!


    The reason professionals can get away with this intentionally and accidentally, or the reason lesser-techniques continue to be passed on even in the medical community, is because poorly made edibles can still test high in terms of potency, when put under liquid or gas chromatography.
    If the majority of the potency present, is not bioavailable, and it can not be absorbed by the body, then it may as well not be there at all for all the good it does, because it simply goes 'in one end, and out the other'. Potency analysis only show the contents of an edible, but not how well those contents, will be absorbed.


    Sorry about that..... I went off topic just a little. :)
     
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