using stems to make butter?

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by bagseedwonders, Sep 18, 2010.

  1. bagseedwonders

    bagseedwonders Registered

    Hello, I know that you can use stems to make butter but im not exactly sure on how to do it at all. If someone would let me know how exactly to do it step by step and how many grams of stems I would need to make a couple batches of some strong brownies!
  2. Ocotillo

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    unless your stems have trichomes dont bother. the plant itself is inert only trichomes(resin glands, crystals) have thc in it. they form to protect the buds and the seed during flowering from heat, some pests and other elements. an article i read suggested one ounce per five sticks of butter or two per five for a stronger mix. good louck:thumbsup:
  4. greenghost

    greenghost Registered+

    not sure if i can help you but i did find a cool article talking about pot butter here.......

    Pot Butter
  5. WashougalWonder

    WashougalWonder Registered+

    My stems definitely get enough trichs to make it worthwhile. All the trim makes butter. Actually that is the only good way to make use of the 'waste.'

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