I made a big batch of ultra-high-potency cannabis oil

I infused organic MCT oil with a ridiculous amount of cannabinoids. It goes up your butt, on your skin, or down the hatch. It can be used in cooking/baking, added directly to food like margarine, used as infused sexual lubricant, made into suppositories, spread topically to reduce inflammation and pain, and more. The only thing you can't do with it now, is smoke it! But I couldn't smoke the cannabis I started with, either, so it's definitely an upgrade! Since I took photos of most of the steps, I figured I would share with the blockchain. This is real medical knowledge found almost nowhere else.

A few months ago, I scored a big bag of weed through my activism and community involvement. Only problem, it was all odds and ends, leftovers, lower-THC products, over-dried, and so on. Not that I'm a smoker anyway (99% of the time my wife and I use extracts like shatter), but this is definitely un-smokeable. It was well-grown, it's just the parts of the plant that don't have much THC. Luckily, I've done a lot of infusions and extractions, and I've worked with material like this before. Not a problem!

First, I filled a big glass casserole dish with weed, and popped it in the oven at about 220 degrees F. When it smelled delicious (ie: about an hour later), I removed it and scooped the decarbed dry weed out into a big glass jar.

I added about an inch, then pounded it down to pulverize it. Then added another inch or so, and smashed it some more. Eventually I had a jar full of material, ready for the infusion.

For the oil I chose MCT, which stands for medium chain triglycerides. Basically, it's coconut oil, separated out to obtain only the medium-sized fatty acid chains. This means it's clear, odorless, and remains a liquid at room temperature. I used a high-end organic MCT oil, ensuring my end product will be suitable for a wide range of applications. This can be taken internally, externally, ingested, and so on.

I poured MCT into the jar of decarbed cannabis until it was full of both.

Then I popped it back into the oven (still at about 220 degrees F) for another hour. This accomplished infusion from the plant material into the oil.

I strained the oil through cheesecloth into a smaller glass dish. There's a LOT of cannabis represented in just a cup or two of oil!

After a few hours in the fridge, it had cooled right down, but was still liquid!

It could be stored that way for quite some time, but I decided for even longer and safer storage, by putting it into the freezer.

I was very pleased with the resulting "cake". In the freezer, it's solid, but as soon as you take it out, it begins to soften, and then melt back to oil.

Kept in the freezer, it would technically last for years. This particular batch will be gone in weeks or months, though, don't worry about that! @MediKatie has been using it to speed her healing (she recently had a C section surgery to give birth to our daughter), by rubbing it on her tummy and other sore spots. The cannabinoids penetrate your skin and within seconds begin reducing pain and inflammation. The effect lasts a few hours. (No, you don't get high through your skin.)

I sliced it up like a dessert bar. (Yes, you would get ridiculously high if you ate it like that.) And yes, it works as a suppository! You could pour it into silicone molds before putting it in the freezer, if you want perfectly-shaped butt darts. I didn't have silicone suppository molds on hand, but luckily MediKatie was happy to use a clean spoon, left in the freezer a few minutes, to carve off an appropriate piece. (And yes, you get high when you take it like that. And it metabolizes differently, so you get high in a way you've never been before. It also works really well for pain and other health issues "down there".)

Finally, infused oil that is concentrated enough to meet the needs of chronic medical users (like my wife and I), and versatile enough to be used in almost any way we could require.

This process is perfect for anyone looking to turn cannabis (even low-end stuff like trim, popcorn nugs, shwag, etc) into infused oil. As with most things, the better quality you begin with, the better quality you'll end with. If your bud is full of mold, or chemicals, or something else unpleasant, don't use it for making medicine.

This method is easy and safe enough for essentially anyone to do, and requires only items found in most kitchens. I recommend you commit it to memory, or bookmark it for later, as you (or someone you love) may need this knowledge.

For information on how cannabis can cure cancers, click here, and for one of my recent videos on extracting full-spectrum cannabis oil ("RSO"), click here.

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Suppository? I'm gonna need pictures..

A coffee grinder works good for pulverized stuff

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A coffee grinder works good for pulverized stuff

I never had the chance to try but I think it's true.

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That's some great end product out there. Great tutorial!

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I need to learn this properly! Someone just gave us two plants!

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It's a good method because even beginners can do it. Inexperienced growers often end up with high quality bud, but in small pieces. This is a way to upgrade all that material. It's so easy, it doesn't seem possible that it makes safe, effective, versatile medicine that can treat numerous conditions!

I recall the 420 Farmers Market in Vancouver, around 2017. We had vendors with incredible topical products, some of which probably began with an infusion like this. They would leave a sample out for the public. I remember old people stopping and trying the cream on their hands, wrists, knees, etc. So many of them were visibly surprised, within seconds even, at how effectively it worked. They had likely tried many other pain-relieving and inflammation-reducing creams for years. Suddenly, on the side of the street, they got real relief. I could see it on their faces even from across the square. Not even doubters can go on doubting after they experience cannabis medicine themselves. Lotions are a good way to prove to reluctant people how well it works, without any smoke involved, without anything going internal, and without them feeling threatened by the effects of cannabinoids. Just a dash of cream on their aching joints, and boom, they understand what all the fuss is about.

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It's a good method because even beginners can do it.

and your post kinda made sure of that.

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Someone just gave us two plants!

Ahhh gifts! Nice.

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How's it on multigrain toast with blueberry jam?
BTW a friend of mine has Cancer and trying a little bit of Dragon's Tears.

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Everything is good with jam! But if you can't handle a little taste of weed then you might find it gross. I myself don't really love the taste of weed. If I was making this for dedicated edibles, I might add an extra step to remove a little more of the plant fibers.
Good on your friend for trying the tears (aka "RSO"). It can be a very potent weapon against cancer, and certainly almost always helps reduce its unpleasant symptoms like pain, nausea, nerve dysfunction, etc.
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