Posted 28 November 2016 - 04:16 PM
Posted 28 November 2016 - 06:31 PM
Yeh mate ,I don't know about wanting a slave recipe , But a salve recipe would be great .
Yes, please do share.
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Posted 28 November 2016 - 08:34 PM
2 cups of coconut oil which you can buy at the supermarket or health food store, it's actually more like the inside of a bounty chocolate bar but turns to liquid when heated , use a spoon to scrape approximately 2 cups into a saucepan and put on a low heat, just under a boil like a simmer.
Add a Table spoon of vitamin E oil to the saucepan, I buy it online it's about $5 for 200ml
Add 2 cups of dried relatively chopped up flower, I have found the better the strain as in the higher THC content the more effective the salve is mind you this could just be my imagination as all version I have made have been beneficial.
I also decarboxylate my flower first before adding it to the saucepan as I make oil at the same time and it's just a habit I've gotten into.
Let the coconut oil, vitamin E oil and herb simmer on a low heat so it's just under boiling for about 4 hours, some people do this for as long as 24 hours which I have also done but I feel the difference in the infusion is minimal and 4 hours is fine. Give the mix a good stir every so often.
Be super carful to as the mixture drys fast when spilled and can make a bit of a mess if you not carful.
After the mix has been heated for about 4 hours and the cannabis has had time to infuse with the coconut oil use some cheese cloth or I can't remember the other name you can get it from material shops and pour the mixture through it into a bowl or something similar to filter out the herb so you are left with just a liquid. It's very important to wear gloves while doing this as it is upper hot.
Take another saucepan and add 3rd of a cup of beeswax which you can also get from a health food shop usually in little bits the size of mms or smarties and melt fairy easily over heat. Be cautious not to leave this over your stove for long as in take it off as soon as it is liquid as it can catch fire easily which I have also done.
Pour the melted beeswax into the other mix and stir together I usually tip the bowl of oil into the saucepan of beeswax and heat for another 2 minutes or so.
That's pretty much it, then you can pour into small containers, I use small plastic ones from the craft store, let it cool and your good to go.
I have heard of people running the finished cooled hardened mix through a blender then packaging it for use as it provides a different texture but I don't do this as I like the way it comes out, it's kind of like softish soap would be the best way to describe it and it melts with the body heat of your fingers. With this recipe I get about 7 small tubs which last for ages.
I have had beyond amazing results with this for my sons eczema and have also forwarded lots of it to friends and family with all kinds of skin issues who swear by it and I feel if you have those kinds of issues it's more than worth a go. My son no longer takes steroids for his skin. WIN
Please fell free to ask for further info if required and I will do my best To explain as the above probably makes no sense
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Posted 01 December 2016 - 08:53 PM
Posted 02 December 2016 - 06:07 AM
Aloe? More plant proteins, less animal proteins Impact of nutritional inputs is massive.
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