Saturday, March 23, 2013

Making pure marijuana oil from sinsemilla buds - The process

Today I made the first batch of marijuana oil and share with you the process that I adopted based on information from Rick Simpson's web-site.

The dried product.

Dried Sinsemilla

The clippings were then put in a metal cooking pot and the washing material added.
Ready for the wash

The buds were covered with the alcohol and then stomped with a piece of wood and then the liquid was poured into another container. This process was duplicated and then the final mixture filtered.


The cooking process began using a small rice cooker with the mixture added as more room became available after evaporation.
I had no real idea when to stop cooking so as soon as the level in the cooker was reduced to about half an inch and still smelled of alcohol I turned it off and transferred what was left into a small glass jar.

To evaporate the last of the alcohol with less heat I put the glass jar on the coffee maker and these last  2 fotos shows the final product. The elastic band was a marker to observe more evaporation.

Almost Pure
Pure Marijuana Oil

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Sinsemilla and Marijuana oil

As you can see the buds are getting quite big and the plant stands about 5 feet tall. Having been an avid follower of Rick Simpson for about a year now this will be my first attempt to make marijuana oil with a view to assist the treatment of cancer.
I recently found access to 100 percent alcohol and this will be the medium to wash the buds then heat the solution to evaporate the alcohol  leaving just the oil.
After the operation in Zacapa my urine is still clear and I am still juicing about a liter per day of Carrots and beets. Also this week I will make a tincture from Soursop (Guanabano) leaves and drink the tea on a daily basis.
Next step is a detailed tomography of the lower abdomen to see if the cancer has invaded the bladder wall as well as the overall area of contamination with a view to eventually radiate the area.
Have a great day and keep the bedbugs away.