Canna Butter question

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by BayBoat, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. BayBoat

    BayBoat Registered+

    i just chopped down my summer project ...(see PURPLE BEAUTY posts in the outdoors growing section)

    i chopped up the stems/ leaves and boiled it in butter for 1/2 hour

    ive read now that you should boil 2-3 hours?

    was the 1/2 hour enough to absorb/release ther THC?

    any help would be appreciated
  2. Bro DZ

    Bro DZ Registered+

    #1. Do not boil your herb/stems. Simmer them cause boiling them can burn of the THC. Keep the heat down to where the butter is barely bubbling at all.
    #2. I simmered mine for almost 3 hours and its some bomb-diggity butter. I recommend the same for everyone else :D

    dude, if ya do that with your cannabutter you can spread it on toast and get high LoL Its some great stuff. And take all your leftover plantmatter, strain it out really good, wash it off then stick it in a bottle of 100proof or higher liquor and let it sit for a month or two. Or heat that up to speed the extraction process.
  3. LonerStoner

    LonerStoner Registered+

    Um, ditto:D
  4. bakpain

    bakpain Registered+

    dude, here is what you should do...

    2Cups Crisco shortening
    2T cooking oil
    1 clean 5gallon paint sifter (available at any paint center for about 3$)
    7-9cups water
    2.5oz+ high quality bud-shake (this is important for potency)
    1 5quart sauce pan (the kind you’d make spaghetti in)
    2 transparent half gallon pitchers
    In the five quart sauce pan mix water, oil, Crisco, and bud shake (of-course you can use bud, the better the pot-product, the more potent the cake is, it just has to be at least the quality of good bud shake, also it’s a good idea to have this ground up fairly well.) bring to boil on high watching closely, when it starts to boil immediately turn down heat to a very low simmer and cover for 18-24 hours. Turn off heat and let it cool for about 3-4 hours, now use the paint sifter to strain the liquid out of the pan and into the pitchers, make sure too squeeze out as much of the liquids as possible because the canna-oil is now in that plant material and needs to be squished out, set the pitchers in the fridge for an hour or so and the canna-oil will separate and solidify on the top of the water, you can use a butterknife and run it around the inside pitcher so that the canna-oil is easy to pick up with your hands and put the oil in a cup or bag or container of your choice, don’t worry if you get water in with the oil you can just heat it up, pour it in a cup, let it separate and solidify in the fridge and remove the oil from the water. You now have canna oil, and the hardest part is over. HISTORY and info; This Canna-oil should be green (that’s normal) and your house will wreak when your making it (a capful of vanilla should help with that).This Canna-oil is the result of years of trials and tribulation, I tried many ways of cannabis/food preparation, it will work in any recipe that calls for shortening or any recipe that calls for cooking-oil if you melt it down before use. this is the only way to go if you want to get really potent canna-oil.
  5. MrLzyBones

    MrLzyBones Registered+

    I used a white plastic bag from the grocery store full of run of the mill shake nothing special and simmered it in a pot for about 6 hours. I put it through a .99 cent nylon from walmart and than just added the needed amount of butter for what the brownie mix asked for and let it cool in the fridge. It leaves a green goop like in a cooled frying pan on the stove, I poked a whole in this and let the water drain into the sink and put the green butter it in my mix for the brownies. I made my brownies in a pie pan and i'm a big guy say about 275 give or take and I ate two medium size and it took about an hour and I had a great body high real fact I think I'll go and eat the last piece.
  6. chris420

    chris420 Registered+

    damn everytime i bake cookies i just simmer the butter and ganja for about 10 minutes.. still works fine :D

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