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THC Crystals

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Increase the pleasure of your toking sessions by adding concentrated THC crystals to your bowls, bongs and joints of high-quality medicinal cannabis. THC crystals are the trichromes that form on flowering female marijuana plants. They are actually mushroom shaped resin glands that house THC and other cannabinoid molecules. When medicinal cannabis is harvested at just the right time, the trichromes are maximally stuffed with mind-enhancing medicinal compounds that can be harvested and utilized.

There are a variety of methods available to use for gathering THC crystals. Many people like to put their buds and trimmings in plastic bags and freeze them. Freezing makes the trichromes easier to knock off of the plant material and gather. These crystals can then be sprinkled on pipes, joints and more to enhance the potency of the cannabis. And although it seems very wasteful and is not recommended by CannabisSearch.com, there are loads of people nowadays the like to snort lines of THC crystals, most likely an expensive fad that will soon pass.

Understanding the medicinal qualities of cannabinoids like THC in marijuana gives hope to hundreds of millions of people afflicted with hundreds of different types of health conditions, every day. Their suffering is needless and does not require chemical concoctions from pharmaceutical companies. Rather, concentrated THC substances such as trichromes harvested directly from high-quality cannabis buds present more holistic healing possibilities. Learn more about THC crystals, hash oil and other THC-concentrates and help yourself to heal from the inside out.

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Arthritis Liniment

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Materials:

  • 1 250 mL bottle isopropyl alcohol
  • 5 – 10 grams DRY sugar leaves

Directions:

Use a grinder or similar object to grind dry sugar leaves to a fine consistency. Pour out approximately 1/2 of the bottle of isopropyl (you can save it in a separate container for later use, if you choose). Use a funnel or similar tool to guide the powdered sugar leaves into the bottle of isopropyl. Close the lid and shake vigorously for 2 to 3 minutes. Store in a cool and dark place, shaking for 1 minute per day, every day for 45 to 60 days. Using a cheesecloth or paper coffee filter, strain out the solid material and discard. Use the liquid that came through the filter as the liniment. Apply to areas affected by arthritis.

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Bubble Melt

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Bubble Melt hash is a THC-concentrated form of hashish that bubbles up and melts away when a sufficient heat source is placed near it. It’s made from trimmed sugar leaves, ice cubes and good old water.

How to make your own deliciously powerful bubble melt hash at home (method works well for 1 and 5-gallon bags):

  • Harvest and trims your primo buds;
  • Separate all the sugar leaves and keep in freezer until needed:
  • Do not include fan leaves or any discolored leaves;
  • Wet leaves are preferable to dry leaves as there is less plant matter to strain away;

Now, the actual bubble melt hash making process:

  • Line a bucket with either a 1 or 5-gallon hash bag set;
  • Add a single layer of crushed ice in the bottom of your bag;
  • Use ice with sharp edges, not rounded edges;
  • Add about 3 inches worth of trimmed, frozen sugar leaves on top of the ice;
  • Now add another layer of crushed ice and then another layer of trimmed leaves;
  • Fill the bucket to just below the rim with fresh, cold water;
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Dry Ice Hash

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Not a particularly well-known method of making hash, dry ice hash has proven to be superior in both quantity as well as quality. It is extremely cost-effective and is perfect for growers who want to put their trimmings to use. You will need a bubble bag, a can or other container with diameter just smaller than the bubble bag’s opening (a coffee can is usually about right), dry ice, large flat mirror or glass pane a hash press (not mandatory) and at least 1 ounce of trimmings.

First, place a piece of dry ice (about the size of a computer mouse) in your can or container. Place your trimmings and/or buds in the can on top of the piece of dry ice. Next, place a second piece of dry ice (about the same size) on top of the trimmings. Now, secure the opening of the bubble bag over the opening of the can and make sure it fits tight and secure. You will want to get the can as far into the bag as possible. Turn the can upside down so that the filtered screen on the bubble bag is over the center of your large glass pane. Begin to shake the can/bag directly over the glass. After about 30 seconds of shaking, you will notice a layer of kief begin to accumulate on the glass. Keep shaking for 5 minutes. After this, stop shaking and remove any remaining chunks of dry ice from the can. Scrape the kief into a pile and place in your hash press. A hash press can be purchased at any head shop (just be sure to ask for a pollen press). When pressed, this kief will become hash. You may also press it using paper by folding it and using your hands and body weight to firmly press the kief into hash. To get a lesser grade of hash, repeat the process with the trimmings you used the first time. You won’t be disappointed with the amount of hash you can get out of these buds/trimmings.

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