Tuesday, December 15, 2015

This Is The Homemade Cannabis Oil Recipe That People Are Using To Treat Cancer


This Is The Homemade Cannabis Oil Recipe That People Are Using To Treat Cancer

Marijuana has regained its popularity after groundbreaking discoveries regarding its amazing cancer curing properties came into light. The main ingredient of marijuana, cannabinoids enters our body when we consume the oil and immediately binds with the already present receptors. Our system is able to deal with this.
When the cannabinoids bind with our receptors endocannabinoids are released into our system. This affects our body positively in a number of ways, but most importantly it regulates the cells growth. The presence of receptors for this chemical in our body only demonstrates that we have what it takes to ingest the oil. Furthermore, the positive effect it has on our body supports this fact as well.
The most widely accepted way of marijuana consumption is smoking the plant, but in the process it releases some additional potentially harmful chemicals which should be avoided. Rick Simpson, a true pioneer in the field of medical marijuana has devised the perfect way to produce cannabis oil and made the recipe available to the public, free of charge.
You can find the whole process on Rick’s website, but we’ll share the summarized edition of the cannabis oil recipe in this article.
You can begin with 1 ounce of dried marijuana and then work your way up as you master the process. One ounce of herb will give you about 3-4 grams of oil, but this is highly dependable on the strain. Typically one pound of dried herb will produce about 2 ounces high quality hemp oil.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: As we mentioned this is the abridged version taken from Rick Simpson’s website. Pay extra attention when boiling the solvent off, the fumes are highly flammable. DO NOT smoke around it; AVOID sparks, stove-tops and red hot heating elements. Place a fan to blow the fumes away from the pot and use a well-ventilated area when producing the oil.
  1. The herbs should be completely dry. Put them in a plastic container.
  2. You’ll need a solvent to dampen the herbs, and you can choose from a variety of solvents. It can be pure naphtha, ether, butane, 99% isopropyl alcohol, or even water is suitable. For an ounce of dry marijuana you’ll need 500ml of solvent. If you’re using one pound of dry material you’ll need two gallons of solvent.
  3. Crush the herbs with a stick made of clean, untreated wood or something similar. The herb is extremely dry, so even damp it should be really easy to crush it finely.
  4. As you are crushing the herbs start adding the solvent, crush and pour until you cover and soak everything completely. Continue stirring the mixture for three to four minutes. While you’re stirring the THC will dissolve off the herbs and into the solvent.
  5. Take another container and pour the solvent oil mix from the plant material into it. At this point in the process the herb material will be stripped of 80% of the THC.
  6. Second wash: Add solvent again to the mixture and continue stirring for 3 more minutes to strip the remaining 20% of THC.
  7. Pour this second batch of solvent oil mix into the container where the previous solvent oil mix was poured.
  8. You can discard the twice washed plant material
  9. Strain the solvent oil mixture through a coffee filter and pour it into a clean container.
  10. Now you’ll need to boil the solvent off. You can use a rice cooker, it will boil off the solvent just fine and it can also hold more than half a gallon. Again, be warned to avoid stove-tops, red hot elements, sparks, cigarettes and open flame, the exhaust fumes are highly flammable.
  11. Pour the solvent into the rice cooker and fill it to about ¾ and set it on high heat. Place a fan to blow the fumes away from the pot and use a well-ventilated area. Keep adding the mixture into the cooker as the solvent evaporates, until you’ve poured all in.
  12. When the level in the rice cooker decreases one last time add a couple of drops of water (10 drops of water for 1 pound of dry material). By doing this, you’ll enable the solvent residue to be released while protecting it from too much heat.
  13. When the solvent decreases to one inch of liquid put on the oven mitts and pick the cooker up and spin the contents until it stops boiling.
  14. When it stops boiling reduce the settings to low heat and be careful because the oil should never reach more than 290 degrees F or 140 degrees C.
  15. While you’re still wearing the mitts remove the pot with the oil from the cooker and pour it into a stainless steel container.
  16. Put the container into a dehydrator, or if you don’t have one you can use a gentle heating device such as a coffee warmer. The water and volatile terpenes will evaporate from the oil in a few hours or less. You’ll know it’s ready to use when there’s no surface activity anymore.
  17. It can be stored in a container which you find appropriate or you can suck it up in a syringe which will make it easier to use. When the oil cools off completely it will become a thick grease.
If you want to read more about the dosage you can visit Rick’s website.
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