Using Everclear To Make Rick Simpson's Oil Hi, everyone, I'm new to this forum but I'm not new to herbal medicine. I have a degree in Botanical Medicine and a Masters in Herbal Medicine. I had a big problem with the way Rick processed the oil with Naphtha. I prefer to call this oil SIMPSON'S OIL instead of Hemp Oil because I want to give credit to the man who created it and also I think hemp oil is misleading because people who are new to this think we are talking about hemp SEED oil. I have lots of photos but I'm not sure how to download them in small sizes. I started with 2 oz. of bud material from the Blueberry strain. P5290251.JPG 1.32MB 52 downloads After 30 minutes. the material is strained through a coffee filter. P5290264.JPG 1.01MB 70 downloads Taking both cups of extracted Everclear liquid OUTSIDE, we first started it in a crock pot. P5290291.JPG 884.79KB 63 downloads As Simpson suggests, we continued to boil it down on a coffee warmer. We had a hard time sucking the tar into the syringes.
Evangelizing Cannabis: Praise the Lord and Pass the Pipe [All photos by Sharon Letts] The past few months I’ve covered thousands of miles in a state of Divine Intervention, with people suffering from real illness put in front of me like little animals to St. Francis of Assisi. I see Patients, I see Patients all the time. When I tell people Rick Simpson Oil, or RSO, made my breast cancer disappear, most don’t believe it. I sometimes feel like Theresa Caputo, “The Long Island Medium,” less the hair and nails. Buddy, Can you Spare a Pill? My story is not a new one. As my good friend Cynthia Johnston says, “Cannabis is my spa treatment.” Physician, Heal Thyself Recently I was traveling with lower back pain and severe spasms in my sciatica. She couldn’t have talked about this good medicine if she wanted to. The nurse listened attentively, however, and confided in me when the doctor was out of ear shot, that she was suffering from spasms in her legs, and how could she get some of this medicine? My heart sank, but I shared what I could. These are mine:
Smoking - BHO (butane extraction hash oil) Quote: To be factual, 'budder' is the term given to the honey oil extraction performed with buds only, hence 'budder'. Whipping the oil mixture from leaf or bud is sound sense as it purges the mixture of the remaining butane and moisture that forms in there. Storing the gooey mess would not make it stronger than one that was whipped and purged of butane and moisture. Also, when the oil becomes a solid, it gets a protective layer forming which acts as a natural 'seal' of sorts, trapping the THC within. It will not degrade faster if stored correctly. For many Swims who might know someone who makes this oil, its likely small amounts are made by eager beavers who want to use right away. If you actually do the extraction this way the butane will likely be mostly evaporated in a few minutes. After whipping for a good five mins, you see the oil turn to a rich golden syrup or toffee like texture and colour.
Charts Graphs & Other Useful Diagrams - GreenPassion - Dedicated to Medicinal Cannabis - Page 2 I hope this helps =) 18/6: Time normally associated with the vegetative stage of growth i.e. 18 hours of light to 6 of darkness. 12/12: Timing used to initiate the flowering stage of the plant i.e. 12 hours light to 12 hours darkness. Abiotic stress: Non-living environmental factors such as frost, drought, excessive heat, etc. that can have harmful effects on plants. Abscisic acid mediates stress tolerance responses in higher plants, is a key signal compound that regulates stomatal aperture and, in concert with other plant signaling compounds, is implicated in mediating responses to pathogens and wounding. In seeds, ABA promotes seed development, embryo maturation, synthesis of storage products (proteins and lipids), desiccation tolerance, is involved in maintenance of dormancy (inhibition of germination), and apoptosis. Aeroponics -- is the growing of plants in a container in which the roots are suspended in a nutrient mist rather than in a solution. Buds - The reason this website exists!
Decarboxylating Cannabis 'bigpappa', on 07 Oct 2011 - 5:29 PM, said: oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy, i finally did it!!!!! i made my first successful batch of medicated coconut oil using our friend's instructions. But i didn't put any oil in there because i never saw the above post. =) Can i add it later? i'm sure this is going to be fine it sure helped me lay parallel last night, but i really wanted it for my stomach. yes you can add to the point of saturation. the concoctions we, the skunk pharm, are making, are supersaturates and a little touchier, but simple, to do. but that is not what you are doing here. this is very easy. most cooked oils are much weaker. you can titrate (take small and increasing amounts) to find your dose of the cooked oil you have made so that you do not overdose yourself. from there you can determine how much hash oil to add. do tell us what you made and how it worked out, BP!
Solar- Infused Oils Infused oils are one of the most easy and versatile projects one can make when working with herbs. When I was first starting to work with the herbs I grow, I felt intimidated by the process and the first thing I tried was a solar, or “cold” infusion. It was so simple and rewarding, definitely the “gateway” to my herb/oil addiction. Herbal oils can be used in many ways, from culinary applications, straight to the skin applications and as an ingredient in a number of “kitchen cosmetics,” such as salves, creams and lip balms. When making a solar-infusion, I use Rosemary Gladstar’s method. , is a great resource for beginning herbalists. What I have infusing right now is both calendula and lavender oils. Lavender and calendula. Once I have my dried herb I fill a clean, dry, wide-mouth mason jar about 2/3- 3/4 of the way full with the herbs. Once you have the herbs covered with oil, seal tightly and shake to incorporate. A tiny bit o’ shine. Shake your infusion daily. Ready to strain!
Cannabis Infused Oil One medium that is great for extracting the THC and other beneficial cannabinoids from the cannabis plant is oil. Oil is a nice alternative to butter for those with dietary restrictions. It is so versatile that I guarantee it will become a pantry staple! Infused oil is the go-to ingredient for making medicated cannabis food on the fly. In less then one minute you can whip up medicated salad dressings, sauces and dips. Olive oil, coconut oil or any other oil with a high boiling point or smoke point can be used as you need to heat the oil to extract it's cannabinoids. This method is very easy but takes 3-4 days, so I make a large batch and store in the fridge for about 2 months so that I have the oil on hand when I need it! Place 6 cups of coconut oil in a slow cooker. Dosing: If you are using buds, eat 1/4 teaspoon of oil on a piece of bread to test it’s strength.
Recipe: Extracting Cannabis into Oil or Butter The following is an excerpt from The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved: Inside America’s Underground Food Movements by Sandor Ellix Katz. It has been adapted for the Web. Though cannabis is most often smoked, at least in the United States, it also has a long history of being enjoyed as food. Generally the way people cook with cannabis is to extract the THC into butter or oil. A disclaimer: Cooking with cannabis—like any possession or use of the plant—is illegal, except for medically sanctioned purposes in eleven states. My friend S. The simplest method is direct extraction. S. uses a more involved method, which I will describe for the adventurous connoisseur. For water extraction, place the plant material in a cooking pot, cover it with water, add the butter or oil, and gently heat on a stovetop. As in salad dressing, the oil (or melted butter) will float to the top. Use your butter or oil however you like.