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Have you ever tossed moldy weed because you didnโ€™t know what to do with it? NEVER AGAIN!

Watch Stephen in our latest youtube video use moldy cannabis to make something delicious.

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Good to know! Iโ€™m assuming the isopropyl just kills off all the bad stuff?

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The main reason for isopropyl is to make โ€œThe Washโ€ this is what the wash does

With a wide range of chemical and organic solvents , most commonly butane, propane, ethanol and CO2 . This process works by dissolving the trichome heads in the liquid solvent which is separated from the plant material and purged (evaporated off) in a vacuum oven or dessicator and vacuum pump to ensure we are left with a pure resin extract with as little residual solvent as possible . Solvents are divided into two groups, polar and non-polar , with non-polar solvents like butane readily dissolving non-polar compounds from the plant, in this case the oils and lipids making up the trichome heads. Polar solvents like Ethanol however will extract both non-polar and polar compounds, meaning water-soluble compounds like chlorophyll are more likely be extracted alongside cannabinoids and terpenes.

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