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Cannaoil Experiment Results

Cannaoil Experiment Results

As I previously wrote, a week or so ago I began some experiments to find out if infusing coconut oil with cannabis worked differently at different temperatures. Methodology Oil: 118°F, 140°F, 180°F, 220°F, 260°F, 300°F Each batch was made as identically as possible, using 2 tablespoons of coconut oil and 0.5 grams decarbed weed (Super

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The Great Cannabis Oil Experiment

It’s one of those questions that’s been disputed for years in cannabis circles: what’s the best temperature to use? Whether the subject in question is decarboxylating, making firecrackers, cannabis oil, or glycerin tincture, everyone seems to have a different opinion. Well, I have lots of opinions myself, but I prefer facts. So I decided to

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Great Balls of Ganja Goo!

Dear friends, I am very happy to be able to bring you this adventure, which has been lost in my archives for well over a decade. It happened exactly 15 years ago today, to the minute (I’ve timed this to publish exactly at 12:15…you will soon see why). I was excited to be at the

Old Hippie's Medicine Chest and Collection of Canna Caps

Old Hippie’s Medicine Chest (or, Canna Caps Revealed)

So, you want to know how to get through your day using cannabis, but without smoking, without vaping, and without getting too stoned to work? What you need, friend, are Canna Caps, which are made by extracting cannabinoids from ground medical marijuana into coconut oil. Once you start working with these, you will want to

Response To A Cheap Shot At MMJ Patients (and Ancient Egyptians)

I realize that this is an opinion piece, and everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, even when it’s wrong  But as it purports to be written by a “journalist”, and includes some references, some people might actually think it’s factual. That’s why I’m bothering to comment on it. See, it’s absurdly easy to laugh at a

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Exploring Therapeutic Microdoses Of Cannabis

I’ve been writing about my experiences of being a Medical Marijuana patient for two years now. I’ve often talked about the way I use cannabis: in small doses, not enough to get high, but enough to make a change. Suddenly (in the shower, of course!) a word came to me out of nowhere: microdose. I

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