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Discussion in 'Concentrates & Processing' started by EugeneOregon, Jun 4, 2018.
Here are the harvest photos from the video link. It came out great.
Did ya make ur own k.y. jelly?
I left out what it was lolz. I call it Delta 9 isolate because it is pretty close to being just a single compound. It sure vape smooth and potent.
Man that is sweet! How much does this equipment cost? and was this an oil turned isolate or flower? C02?Bho?
Dude that was so cool to actually see your process in action! Looking good!
Thanks! Check out this shot of the stuff this morning. I love this hobby because the cool pictures plus.... if you say nice things to me it just encourages dude so you get a picture I just snapped. Truthfully this stuff is likely a bit more potent than most would care for. I can tell a guest to only hit a third of a breath from what they are used to but it tastes so good and smooth... that is why folks new to this isolate get too much lolz. You can’t feel it go in at first so you keep hitting enough for seven grown men... but once or twice and you do not do that again. I will be running carbon powder in final runs from now on.
I said nice things, and not an answer to my questions.
I get my concentrate from an ommp grower through my ommp care provider almost always. I am free to purchase from dispensaries as well but that is not how I normally would get the concentrate. I honestly do not know how they concentrate the oil out of the plant.
I start with crude normally that tests around 55%-60% or so. I live in Oregon and our laws are peculiar. Possession limits for identical strength compound are radically different according to if they are legally considered a concentrate or an extraction. Concentrates even at 60% potency are legal to possess and refine for me up to 16 ounces. Extractions of any potency like 60% are only legal to possess five grams. I only deal with concentrate as Oregon uses the term.
Since I personally do neither myself (I refine not concentrate or extract as the term is used in the law) I generally do not answer questions about how the stuff got out of the plant. Mostly because I am not there to see it done so cannot verify but also when the law is so peculiar in this way and consequences so draconian I often pass on questions like that if you get my meaning.
It's all about the fine print & those loopholes man
Right on, thank you. Anyhow I was not, nor am I in Oregon. I was not tryin to ruffle feathers just was very curious on the technique thats all my man, I see now after looking. Again some of the nicest I have seen, and again some of nicest i have seen. Fine print and loop holes I agree. Im in the cloudz, crumblin erb..in the 14ers Colo.
Nicely done dude
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