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Back in the 70's I had built for me an isomerizer that would change your low grade mexican bunk into higher grade pot. This was really taking high CBD pot, and changing the CBD's into THC's. That worked well for a number of years. Long forgotten, until... a buddy of mine started getting back pains from lower back injuries from playing rugby for years. I thought of way back when, and how we just have to decarboxilate before we make the oil to concentrate the CBD's. Got to thinking again, why not, build another one only this time I would improve its capacity and safety. So I mocked up to scale u
It seems that I have always had excellent results with my method of making Cannabutter, freezing it, and then later using it in recipes calling for butter. I guess I was initially lucky for having found a good recipe for making Cannabutter. I use the method of heating the butter, cannabis-blooms and then later, the separation water in a glass bowl that is suspended in a larger pot of boiling water, therefore, my butter is never heated above 100°C during the decarboxylation process. During the baking/cooking processes in which I used my Cannabutter, I try never to go over ~170 or 180°C.