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Bend over, it's time to get high.

The low down on

Cannabis suppositories.
A most outrageous profession.

While at the Expo, Dan comes up with the most hilarious product idea Ive ever heard. My
company is Cannabanus, he says in his best Dutch accent, and my product is the new
cannabis suppositories. You put the cannabis into the plug, the plug goes into your butt.
Then you are getting high very quickly and efficiently. There are many blood vessels in the
anus and they are absorbing the THC at an extremely fast rate. Its called the Assinator.

How to make Suppositories
To make marijuana caps, buy capsules at a homeopathic pharmacy or through the internet.
The vendor will also have a small manual capper that makes 100 capsules at a time. The
device holds one piece of the cap in place so they can be filled easily. There are several
sizes. The biggest is a double O. Some people find these hard to swallow. A smaller size
capsule is easier to swallow. It also makes it easier to take the right amount, not too much
and not too little.

The cannabis is dried and ground to a very fine consistency in a coffee grinder. After the
cannabis is ground, let it sit for a few minutes so that the THC bearing glands settle, rather
than float away.

Pour the ground cannabis into a small bowl. Add enough olive oil and mix it in so that the
cannabis powder sticks together. Use this mixture to fill the capsules, then put the tops on.
Keep refrigerated. For long-term storage, place the capsules in a container and keep frozen.

Any grade of cannabis can be used. Renowned author Tom Flowers, deceased, first made
caps from medium-sized leaves trimmed during manicuring. Later he switched over to
smaller trim collected from the last stages of preparing bud. Both the quality and the
quantity affect the intensity of the experience.

Another method that you might use to get high without smoking is using a tincture
administered sublingually, that is, under the tongue. Cannabinoids that have been extracted
and dissolved in alcohol are quickly absorbed by the mucus membranes.

If you really want to have a blast, fill your capsule with Medical Marijuana's bum
ringing blackout bud butter.

Here is the recipe

Black Out Bud Butter
An even better bud bum buster butter.

Improvement number one comes from using European sweet butter. Regular butter is about
80% butterfat while European butters range from 84-86%. This may seem trivial but
remember it is the butterfat that exacts the cannabinoids so a 7-8 % increase in butterfat
will result in a more efficient extraction and stronger butter. European style butter comes
from a number of manufacturers including Plugra from upstate New York, Strauss Organic,
and recently Challenge European Style. Yes, the best still comes from France but it is
exorbitantly priced.

Improvement number two comes from using a Braun high speed coffee grinder to convert
all cannabis plant material from whatever source to a fine powder. The use of powder
means the butter will taste more like cannabis as some of the chlorophyll and a few
terpenes get into the butter. It also means a vastly increased surface area where the butterfat
meets the cannabinoids. Using powder or flour significantly increases the potency of the
final butter.

Improvement number three comes from using the best starting materials available. In this
case Train Wreck, California Orange, and Pooh Bear trim were ground up and
supplemented by powdered California Orange flowers. Using bud as opposed to trim will
increase the potency of the butter.

The three improvements noted above resulted in cannabutter that is markedly different from
the normal (and quite wonderful) Better Bud Butter. Black Out Bud Butter (BOBB) is
approximately 2oo-300% stronger. The name BOBB comes from the fact that this butter is
midnight green and will cause blackouts if too much is consumed.


2 ½ pounds (six cups) of European Style high butterfat unsalted butter. I combined 8
oz of Plugra with 1 pound of Strauss Organic and 1 pound of Challenge European Style.
Everyone has there own favorites but mine is Strauss. Strauss is smoother and less greasy
than the others.

4 oz powdered Train Wreck Trim

2 oz powdered Pooh Bear Trim (a cross of Train Wreck and Salmon Creek Big Bud)

2 oz powdered California Orange trim

1/3 oz powdered California Orange flowers


The butters were melted in a covered crock pot set on high. The powdered cannabis was
gradually stirred in with a wood spoon. The mixture was frequently stirred and cooked
covered on high for one hour followed by three hours set on low. Stirring was
accomplished every 15 minutes.

After four hours the hot mixture was squeezed through cheese cloth into a bowl then the
product was filtered once more through cheese cloth. All available butter was squeezed out
producing approximately 3 ½ cups. Theoretically, the cloth balls remaining could be
re-extracted with more butter but the product would not be nearly as strong. Approximately
75-85% of the available cannabinoids are extracted on the first pass.

Note on Preparation:

No gloves were used in squeezing the rather hot cloth balls into the collection vessel. If you
go barehanded beware of burns. Usually the ball can be twisted and held at the top then you
can press the ball with the wood spoon against the side of the collection vessel. Once the
ball has cooled sufficiently you can wring out the last of the cannabutter. Yes, this is
messy but will leave your hands oh so soft.

Note on Amount of powdered cannabis to use: I use as much as will go into solution with
the butter. This varies depending upon the cannabis and source.

Note on Potency:

I know this cannabutter is potent simply from the extreme effects produced from handling

This covers the suppositories nicely, both oral and anal.
Originally Posted by PFlynn
No, Cheech and Chong aren't on the payroll. Neither is the Weed Man. They don't have free
samples, or the munchies. And their office Christmas party wasn't any wilder than yours

But as a small pharmaceutical firm working on a medicinal product derived from the same
plant that's, um, high on the radar for recreational purposes, some ribbing is to be expected.

Luckily they take it all in stride at Toronto-based Cannasat Therapeutics Inc., one of a
handful of companies in the world that is researching and developing medicines derived
from cannabis plants ( yes, that would be marijuana ).

Their aim is something a lot more serious: to help people suffering with chronic and
neuropathic pain, depression, anxiety and movement disorders using all the known benefits
of cannabis - including being a pain reliever, a relaxant, an anti-nauseant and an appetite
stimulant - minus the social stigma of smoking pot.

On top of that, their first product in testing, CAT-310, takes away the so-called "buzz" of
marijuana that makes some terminally and chronically ill patients, particularly the elderly,
uncomfortable and anxious. This medicine is aimed directly at the $4 billion neuropathic
pain market that is mainly serviced by various opiates, anti-convulsants and anti-

Cannasat's pursuit is all perfectly legal and has the backing of Health Canada, including a
narcotics licence, "and you have to be a pure-bred pharmaceutical company to get one,"
notes chief executive David Hill.

His mission since Cannasat was launched in 2004 is to educate investors about the benefits
of what he refers to more scientifically as "cannabinoids," the naturally occuring molecules
unique to the cannabis plant. The best known is THC ( tetrahydrocannabinol ).

The idea is to mimic smoked cannabis through the invention of a new drug delivery
technology that can be absorbed on the tongue, like a thin wafer. It doesn't get digested by
the stomach and processed by the liver before reaching the brain, so it's similar to inhaling

There are other products on the market using THC, including capsules and an oral spray,
but anything that lands in the stomach and is processed by the liver increases the high, he

"What we're trying to do is we've created a sublingual tablet so it goes into the mouth, into
the bloodstream and then into the brain. What's compelling is when you take oral THC, it's
five times more psycho-active. When it goes through your stomach and metabolizes, it's
getting you high.

"So it's losing its efficacy and it's making you more stoned. So we're trying to take
clinically proven molecules and reducing the high," Hill says.

One of the pluses is that THC is known to be an effective treatment for neuropathic pain
and nausea.

"Most people who are sick don't want to get high. And what doctors are reluctant to do is
prescribe medications that get you high," such as opiates, which can also be toxic, make
you nauseas and constipated.

"Cannabinoids are safe. They're virtually non-toxic. We all remember from high school that
if we drank too much we got sick. But if you smoke too much pot the worst thing that
would happen to you is you fell asleep. And when you woke up the next day you might
have been a tad groggy, but really there's no hangover.

"We know from recreational data that when some people take ( smoke ) too much THC it
can cause paranoia, it can cause anxiety. Some people love it to death. They think it's just
wonderful. But for some people it causes anxiety," says Hill.

Opiates such as Oxycontin and codeine can help with pain relief but they've been proven to
be highly addictive. THC is much less so, he says.

"The biggest problem with oral dosage forms of THC today, the spray and the capsule, is
that THC is a very thick, oily substance.

"Our solution is we have a nano-encapsulation technology. It takes that oily substance and
turns it into a powder, so that powder will now dissolve in the saliva," and you don't have to
swallow it, he explains.

"We know this works. If we can create a more elegant delivery system, I think we have a
very marketable pharmaceutical product," Hill says.

One person who is excited about the medicine's potential is Sara Lee Irwin, Cannasat's
director of public relations. When she was 32 years old she was diagnosed with cancer in
her pelvis and hip. Today at 50, she walks with a cane and still suffers from chronic pain.

She's taken every powerful painkiller out there from Percodan to Oxycontin but found she
couldn't function normally in her daily life because of the high, the constipation and the
lack of appetite. She's taken THC in oral capsules but she's never found it as effective as
smoking herbal cannabis.

Because of her condition, Irwin is one of the 2,000 people in Canada legally allowed to
purchase and use medical marijuana, which she smokes three or four times daily to ease her

"I've switched over completely. It moves the pain off-centre and I have a ravenous
appetite," she notes.

When it comes to her company's mission: "I feel really good about what we're doing, and I
have a great interest in this," Irwin adds.

Recently Cannasat reached a milestone they hope will get them closer to their goal of
bringing a safe and effective product to market.

Earlier this month Cannasat successfully completed Phase I clinical trials, the first key
study in humans that now provides them with important safety and medical data to launch
them on to further product development.

"It's an important first step for us. It keeps us on track to move CAT-310 to Phase II testing
by the end of 2008," he says.

It's at that point that the big pharmaceutical companies take notice and could sign on as a
partner to market and distribute the product. They're already in preliminary talks with some,
he says. They estimate revenue potential of $500 million-plus.

"We're not doing this to be a little, wee company. We see huge potential here," Hill says.

Cannasat went public last year on the TSX Venture Exchange and continues to trade at or
around its 52-week low of 17 cents a share. Its market captialization is about $14 million.

Companies getting into Phase II of clinical trials, as they will be next fall, are trading north
of $100 million in market cap, he says.

"We have great potential to be a big company with institutional money and move the
research along further," Hill notes, adding their next products will be aimed at treating
mood disorders such as anxiety and depression, and with localized pain.

But what about the public perception about pot?

"Now that we've established ourselves as a pharmaceutical company, I don't see that
stigma. It certainly hasn't held us back in Canada. We've had a lot of support from Health
Canada," offers Hill.

"I think the only stigma we have is that the average person, when they hear about it, their
first reaction is cannabis is somehow a back alley drug. And I'm trying to show that (
opiates ) are a back alley drug too.

"I'm not some closet pot smoker or anything. I got into this because the company
approached me with a business opportunity and I wanted to do something that I could be
really passionate about.

"I realized there's an enormous business opportunity here that could really help people."



Q. What were your total sales and profits in the last year?

A. We are an R&D company, and thus have no revenues or profits to date other than
government grants and interest income. Our company has significant revenue potential and
profits upon approval of our drug product candidates.

Q. How much seed capital did you have when you launched and where did you get it?

A. We have raised approximately $9 million since inception from friends, family and
sophisticated, high net worth individuals in Canada and the United States.

Q. What's been your biggest success/failure so far?

A. Our biggest success to date is completing our first Phase I clinical trial for CAT- 310.
We have had challenges along the way, but so far have not had any major setbacks.

Q. What are the biggest challenges facing your business?

A. From a scientific perspective we have less risk, as cannabinoids are clinically proven
and THC is an approved substance for pharmaceutical purposes in both Canada and the US.
Raising capital is a risk for any early stage venture, but we've had a good track record
raising money, and have continued support from shareholders and other interested parties.

This is an interesting article on suppositories.
Researchers Aim to Develop
Marijuana Without the High
Staff Reporter of
After 10 years of searching, University of Mississippi Professor Mahmoud El Sohly thinks
he has a new way to quiet opponents of marijuana as medicine: a pot suppository.
Designed to ease post-chemotherapy nausea, among other conditions, its best feature may
be what it doesn't do. "There is no high," says Dr. El Sohly.

Whether the Food and Drug Administration ever will approve his drug, which he has tried
out on animals and human subjects, is hard to predict, pending clinical trials sure to cost
millions he doesn't yet have. He's trying to interest drug companies.

For patients turning to marijuana for relief from a symptom such as nausea, the high may
be an unwanted side effect. To the government, it's illegal substance abuse. So in labs
around the world, researchers like Dr. El Sohly are attempting to create marijuana pills,
aerosols, injections and sprays that don't create a buzz. Some are tweaking molecules,
while others are in the greenhouse crossbreeding plants.

One and the Same
What makes the task so tricky is that the same ingredient that appeals to pot smokers --
tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC -- is what holds promise as a medicine. Of the 400 or so
chemicals found in the hemp plant, more than 60 are so-called cannabinoids, and none is
more psychoactive than THC.

Some challengers in the race are already claiming victory. A tiny New York City firm
called Atlantic Technology Ventures Inc. is waiting to unveil a synthetic compound called
CT-3 -- claimed to be THC without the high. Sumner Burstein, a professor at the University
of Massachusetts department of biochemistry and molecular pharmacology, developed the
drug as a pain-reliever and says it is nonpsychoactive: "I took one myself -- no mental
aberrations." At least four years of testing await the drug, which the company hopes to
market one day as a "super-Tylenol."

Prof. Audra Stinchcomb of the Albany College of Pharmacy in New York is testing in the
lab a patch designed to relieve the side effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients. Key to
this effort's success is the rate of "transdermal" intake of the drug -- too little and patients
feel no effect; too much and they get giggly. She attaches synthetic-THC patches to pieces
of skin left over from plastic surgeries to evaluate absorption.

Fifteen Tons
In southern England, three-year-old GW Pharmaceuticals is hybridizing cannabis plants to
breed out psychoactive agents in some cases, to increase THC in others. The company,
which has a unique license from the government of the United Kingdom, grows 50,000
plants, producing 15 tons of marijuana a year for medical research. "We have a perfect
factory growing one cannabinoid or another," says founder and chairman Geoffrey Guy.

While most other research involves extracting a single THC molecule from cannabis and
modifying it, Dr. Guy hopes to use the pharmaceutical extracts of the entire plant. One way
to reduce psychotropic effects, says Dr. Guy, would be to increase the content of other
helpful cannabanoids besides THC, such as cannabidiol, or CBD, which seems to minimize
the high.

GW's first product, which could hit U.K. markets as a pain-reliever by 2003: a device the
size of a mobile phone that allows a daily dose of a prescribed number of squirts under the
tongue of cannabis extract, containing both CBD and THC. The dispenser won't allow
extra squirts. "We have chaps [in tests] using heavy machinery ... some are teaching," says
Dr. Guy. "They aren't sitting in a corner high as a kite."

At London's Imperial College, researchers are testing a THC-based drug that circumvents
the brain entirely -- delivered by a spinal injection. Though it is too early for human trials,
researchers are hoping to find that THC derivatives are more effective than morphine for
relieving pain from spinal-cord injuries.

Individual scientists, academic labs and small drug firms are pushing the research hardest,
largely because big drug companies have traditionally been leery of the cost and political
problems associated with marketing marijuana as medicine. Also, because cannabis is a
natural product in the public domain, it can't be patented. Today, the only prescription-
based medical marijuana available in the U.S. is Marinol, a synthetic cousin of THC sold
and marketed by Unimed Pharmaceuticals Inc. Though approved as a nausea drug in
1985, and as an appetite-stimulant for AIDS patients in 1992, it can induce a drug high.
Sales today reach an estimated $20 million annually. Big companies are starting to get
interested in the field. "We see them -- Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis -- all the time at
the meetings of the society now," says Roger Pertwee, a professor at the University of
Aberdeen in the U.K. and secretary of the International Cannabinoid Research Society, a
group of medical and academic researchers. "They never came in the past." Spokesmen for
all three companies said they wouldn't dispute that assertion but also wouldn't confirm that
they have had people at meetings. Kate Robins of Pfizer Inc. said, "Our job is to cure
diseases. We have 12,000 researchers. We leave no stone unturned."

In 1999, the Institute of Medicine, a branch of the National Academy of Sciences, made the
strongest case to date for cannabis as a potentially effective treatment for nausea, AIDS-
related appetite loss, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis and other ailments. Its compilation of
studies, "Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base," concluded that
cannabinoids have "potentially far-reaching therapeutic applications."

Recent findings suggest that THC holds more potential as a painkiller than anyone ever
guessed. Discoveries that the body produces its own cannabinoids that bind with receptors
located in the brain and elsewhere lead scientists to believe THC could affect nerve
impulses between cells in precise ways. "In war, some men lose limbs and they don't feel
pain because the body can turn pain off," explains J. Michael Walker, a professor at Brown
University and current president of the cannabis research society. New research suggests
that "when you activate parts of the brain that turn pain off, it causes the release of
cannabinoids. Can cannabinoids suppress pain pathways? It's a very exciting science

Some scientists remain skeptical. "Anecdote is not evidence," declares Alan I. Leshner,
director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, which funds research on addiction.
"There is still very little controlled clinical research on cannabis that demonstrates medical

Prof. Burstein, of the University of Massachusetts, says other professors often "get a big
grin on their face" when he speaks about his marijuana research.

"They ask, 'Did you remember to bring the brownies?' "

I have a good idea of how they make the caps, and decided to research it a bit online.
I came up with what I think are two excellent representations, particularly the FIRST one, which is
and has been a preferred method of successful decarboxylization for some time now.

I highly recommend this type of medicine for anyone who cannot always smoke or vape, and for
those who need the added pain relief of "body effects!"
I would warn here, that attention to detail is absolutely necessary for success.
Temperature is without question the most important thing to get right and times vary somewhat,
but should never exceed about 20 minutes or so in the oven method.


How to make Dried Activated Cannabis Capsules without any mess

Preheat oven to 225F and let the temperature stabilize. It is important to make sure your oven is
at the proper temperature before adding the cannabis.
Prepare the cannabis realizing one double 0 capsule (size 00) contains .2 gram dried cannabis
without tamping and about .3 gram with the tamping too. My suggestion is to use leaf/trim/shake
or immature/harsh bud for capsules and save the good bud for vaporizing. Dry the cannabis
thoroughly before grinding.
When dry, put the cannabis in a food processor (like a Cuisinart) and grind it up to the max. It will
be a rougher grind.
Take the rougher grind out to the food processor and pulverize it to dust in a coffee bean grinder.
Turn it to dust or at least small enough to easily fit in capsules. Some think this pulverizing to dust
may lessen improve digestion particularly in persons with irritable bowel or malabsorption
Transfer that to an oven-worthy dish (like a Corning Ware casserole dish with cover). Rake the
cannabis dust with a fork to get it evenly distributed on the bottom of the dish to improve the
odds of cannabis getting to the right temperature for activation
In the pre heated to 225F oven, place the cannabis mixture for 20 minutes or longer. Set a loud
timer. Sources say 10 minutes at 210F to 220F will decarboxylate (remove the carbon dioxide or-
COOH or CO2) from the raw cannabis and make it more potent. The extra time is arbitrary so all
the cannabis (even the material insulated in the middle) gets hot. NOTE: I have only done this for
small amounts of cannabis so more cannabis might mean more cooking time with some stirring to
get an even temperature distribution. There is no cannabis smell in the kitchen at this low temp
until you lift the lid and get a little whiff of a vaporized terpene. If you are not sure about your over
temp you can put an oven thermometer in a dish. Just keep the temperature about 225F.
WARNING: If the oven gets too hot, you will vaporize your cannabis and ruin it. At extreme
temperatures, you might even ignite it. This is making medicine, so please pay attention.
While the cannabis is activating, set up your capsule rack. I use one from Empty Capsule Filler,
Empty Capsule Filling Machine from Cap-M-Quik but they are sold at many health food stores
where natural herbal medicine is offered. My capsule rack is for 50 double-0 capsules and this
seems a good size.
Remove the hot activated cannabis from the oven and pour or spoon it into a room temperature
(not hot) dish that won't burn you (a glass serving dish is fine.)
Make the capsules from the dried activation ground cannabis just like you would from any dried
herb. Use the tamping tool to pack it in, if you want to raise the amount of cannabis contained in
the capsule from about .2 grams to .3 grams.
The ideal dose one swallows will depend on the quality of the cannabis. It is always easier to add
more medicine than it is to take it out once you swallow it, so start low and go slow. An average
dose might be on capsule every 4 to 6 hours as needed for pain or spasm. They work faster (30 to
60 minutes) and better if taken on an empty stomach (1 hour before eating or 2 hours after eating.
An empty stomach and a big glass of water gets it into the small bowel rapidly without belching or
bad aftertaste issues like some mention with oil capsules.


*This one uses slightly different procedure to achieve similar results. I kind of like the idea of
Coconut oil, which I already know is great stuff and which helps the thc molecules bind to the
receptors in our bodies.
Again, attention to getting exact temps etc. is detrimental to good conversion.

Marijuana in capsule form
by Martin Martinez, author of The New Prescription - Marijuana As Medicine

For patients concerned with the possibility that smoking medical marijuana may have harmful
effects on the lungs, and for those who require a maximum dose of medicinal compounds, oral
ingestion of marijuana is preferred over smoking or vaporizing. However, some patients have had
unstable or unsuitable results, so we offer this detailed explanation and simple recipe.

When marijuana is eaten rather than smoked, the human liver produces natural cannabinoid
metabolites that enter the bloodstream, creating a stronger effect than when cannabis smoke is
absorbed by the lungs. The common technique of baking marijuana in brownies or other foods is
effective, but unpredictable. The medicinal cannabis compounds are melted into the food when
cooking, so the absorption of the herb is complicated by digestion of the food. Therefore, the
optimum medicinal benefits are easier to predict and manage when marijuana is cooked with
coconut oil and packed into gelatine capsules.

THC, the most powerful medicinal compound in cannabis, is available by prescription from
licensed physicians. But most patients who try Marinol discover that it is far too psychoactive. THC
is only one of a handful of cannabis compounds that work together harmoniously. For example, it
is known that Cannabidiol (CBD) has sedative effects that offset the stimulative effects of pure
THC. That is a part of why pure THC pills are known to overpower the senses. In order to get the
optimum medicinal benefits without unwanted side effects, all of the natural cannabis compounds
should be taken together as nature intended. Thus these homemade "Mari pills" are far superior
to pharmeceutical Marinol. Plus, at a cost of up to $12 per tablet, Marinol is much more expensive
than pills made from the natural plant.

Commonly, patients use marijuana leaf for cooking and flower tops (buds) for smoking. This
practice is often based on frugality, as marijuana leaf is usually too harsh to smoke, yet too
valuable to waste. But, as explained above, cannabinoid compounds such as CBD are more of a
sedative than a stimulant, and because marijuana leaves usually contain a higher percentage of
CBD than THC, eating cannabis leaf can make one especially drowsy. This recipe calls for the use of
quality cannabis buds and leaves mixed together. Patients must experiment with different
quantities of bud versus leaf to discover the ratio that works best for their specific conditions.

One of the drawbacks of eating marijuana leaf is the common complaint of stomach irritation. The
top side of cannabis leaves are coated with thousands of microscopic thorns, and these sometimes
cause minor intestinal irritation, even after grinding. For some patients, the use of leaf in Mari Pills
is not tolerable, and in such cases, the use of buds alone, without the addition of leaf, is preferred.
Note: the small leaves found in the marijuana flower tops are not as difficult to digest as the large
"fan" leaves that grow from the stems. Also, the small bud leaves are far more potent than the
larger leaves required for photosynthesis. As a general rule, the smaller leaves growing closest to
the flower tops are closest to the plant's resin glands, and therefore have the greatest amount of
medicinal compounds.

The ratio of bud versus leaf used in these pills affects the values of the recipe, I.E.: leaf tends to
grind down to a more powdery consistency than bud, and leaf tends to absorb less oil than does
bud, and so the exact details of this variation must be determined by personal experience. The
quantities recorded below will fluctuate with differences in the type of marijuana used.

Especially for those with tender digestion, all marijuana must be ground to a fine consistency
before cooking. A new coffee grinder that does not contain coffee residue is preferred. First, using
scissors or by hand, remove as much of the stem material as possible. Stems have NO medicinal
value, and eating hemp stalk is likely to irritate the stomach. If the marijuana contains seeds, they
may be included, as hemp seeds are highly nutritious, but again, they do not contain THC, CBD, or
any of the other medicinal compounds found in marijuana. All material must be dry. Grind the
herb to a fine consistency.

Cannabis compounds are oil-based and do not mix with water, but they boil at 392 degrees F.
Cannabis compounds bond with fatty compounds when heated. While many types of vegetable
oils may suffice, we find the best results are obtained using coconut oil. Coconut oil has been
shown to have powerful anti-viral and anti-fungal properties

One half ounce of dried and cleaned marijuana ground to fine powder in a small coffee grinder
equals about one half cup of powder. Set the half-cup of green powder by the stove. Use a very
small saucepan. Add 3 or 4 tablespoons of unprocessed virgin coconut oil. Set burner on medium,
and use a candy thermometer (up to 400 degrees) to bring the oil to a temperature of 350
degrees. Note: the temperature of heated oil generally rises about 25 degrees after being
removed from medium stove heat, so remove from stove at about 325, then wait a moment until
the temperature peaks and begins to fall. When the oil reaches 350 degrees add the entire half-
cup of powder all at once. The oil will sizzle slightly as the reaction takes place. Stir thoroughly,
making sure that the powder and oil are completely mixed. (Do not use thermometer for stirring
because it might break.) If the mixture is not pasty, then carefully add more green powder or oil.
(Only use enough oil to saturate the green powder to a dark green paste. Too much oil makes
messy pills-too little, and the cannabis compounds will burn instead of bonding to the fat content
of the oil.) Mix thoroughly, then return to burner on medium heat. Watch the temperature.
Continue mixing until the paste looks more oily at about 300 to 325 degrees. Those who have used
non-smoking marijuana vaporizers will recognize the smell of vapour trails that rise at 300 to 325
degrees. As soon as the vapour trails appear strongly, remove from heat and mix, then set aside to
cool. (Accurate temperature control is most important. After heating, the paste should still be
about the same colour. If the paste has turned rich brown instead of dark green, the product was
overheated and the majority of medicinal compounds were lost.) Let the paste cool below 100
degrees before packing into gelatine capsules using standard herbal gel cap machines available for
under $20 at most health food stores. This recipe makes about 50 of the large size gelatine
capsules. Do not use vegetarian gel caps that can melt from exposure to vegetable oils. Pills stored
in a freezer will maintain potency for many months.

Common doses are in the range of 2 to 5 pills, depending on the quality of the marijuana used and
the patient's personal use. We find the most appreciable results are obtained when the pills are
taken just before dinner as therapeutic effects manifest more fully during periods of relaxation
and limited activity.
By Chris, Meduser

I Put Marijuana in my Vagina: Experience and Instructional (self.trees)
submitted 8 months ago by WYGrnont
Shortly after we did a coconut oil extraction for edibles, Boyfriend came across an article
suggesting coconut oil as a lubricant. The idea was obvious. We joked about it for months,
until last weekend, when we both realized that the other was semi-serious. So, after
determining that coconut oil was safe for internal use, we decided to try it.
I dont know how our oil compares to other peoples, but I can say that one cookie made
with it is enough to get to about a [7]. Boyfriend measured out the amount of coconut oil
that goes into a cookie. Then I lay on my back on a towel with my legs up against the wall.
He inserted chunks of coconut oil (its a solid at room temperature, but a liquid at body
temperature) into my vagina. It was still a bit cold from the freezer, which made it a little
uncomfortable, but it quickly melted from my body heat.
Now, I just had to wait for it to absorb. This was the hardest part. There was enough
volume, just under a tablespoon, that I had to keep my vagina fairly vertical to prevent the
oil from spilling out. I didnt actually completely succeed on this front. I ended up with
coconut oil all over my upper legs and butt. It wasnt unpleasant, but Im glad we used the
towel because it would have been a bitch to clean out of the rug. The pelvis upside down
position was difficult to maintain (my abs were sore the next day), and the best position I
found was lying on my back in the fetal position.
Our first result was that coconut oil is indeed an enjoyable lubricant, and given how much
there was, it remained functional for the entirety of the night. I started to feel effects from
the cannabis after about fifteen minutes, but the high wasnt particularly distinct, given the
blood rushing to my head. Over the next thirty minutes I continued to come up. I thought it
was working, but I wasnt really sure because maybe the blood was just continuing to pool
in my head. At thirty-five minutes, the room was beginning to smell like weed, and enough
of the oil had been absorbed/ spilled that I could get up. So I wiped down my legs and
I was definitely stoned. Maybe at a [4]. I was getting weak visuals, elevated mood, arousal,
all the pleasant effects, but I would have been able to pass for sober if I tried. I also was
missing the negative effects I usually get. Boyfriend said my eyes were clear, and I didnt
have dry mouth. I usually get dry mouth, pretty badly.
Boyfriend wanted to know about my experience so far, so I described my high to him. He
asked if I was still coming up, and I said I thought I might be, but was near the peak. So we
concluded (perhaps incorrectly -- keep reading) that vaginal administration worked, but was
less efficient than edibles. Up until now, Boyfriend was sober, and he suggested sharing a
cookie to celebrate the success of our experiment. I accepted because I had the munchies,
and no plans for the rest of the day.
So at sixty minutes, I ate part of a cookie, and the information on vaginal administration
after this point is a lot less clear because of it. I continued coming up well before the effects
of the cookie should have kicked in, so and I knew that I was still absorbing the oil.
Boyfriend began preparing absinthe, and at seventy minutes we drank a small quantity.
There are enough factors here that I cant say for sure what led to what, but those of you
who have tried both smoking and edibles made from the same strain know that the way you
take the cannabis can significantly affect your high, in strength, duration and flavor of
effects. This was one of my best highs ever. Still no dry mouth (which I almost always get
really bad), and so mentally affected that my memories of the high feel like they cant be
me. Ive been crossfaded before, and my previous strong experiences with weed plus
alcohol generally include me feeling pleasantly confused and giggly. This time was much
Ive done my fair share of drugs, but before this weekend I wouldnt have said I had ever
had a spiritual experience. I remember lying in bed in a semiconscious state, and becoming
time itself. I witnessed the harmonic motion of colliding galaxies, and I had a feeling of
deep understanding and purpose.
I intend to try this again, and would recommend the experience to female ents out there.
Next time, Ill use a stronger oil (and less of it), and test this administration method
independently so that I can see exactly what its like.
(The extract was made by heating a half ounce of ground cannabis indica in fourteen fluid
ounces of melted coconut oil for an hour between 120 and 150 Celsius, or 250 to 300
Fahrenheit trying to minimize air exposure and stirring frequently. After cooling to 80
Celsius, or 175 Fahrenheit, it was strained through a paper towel and sieve into the original
container and placed into the freezer to solidify.)
TLDR: Put cannabis infused coconut oil in vagina. Got stoned.

Cmo Hacer Aceite de Coco de Cannabis
Published : Jun 5, 2014
Categories : Blog Cannabis Recetas

El aceite de coco de cannabis es algo obligatorio para los que les gusta experimentar con el
cannabis. Es fcil de hacer, sano y puede animar mucho tus comidas! Hemos puesto una
receta fcil para asegurarnos de que tengas siempre una.
El aceite de cannabis es una excelente base para cocinar con cannabis. Se puede usar en multitud de recetas
como sustituto del aceite de oliva y, en algunos casos, de la mantequilla - siendo el ejemplo perfecto los
brownies. Y no slo esto, sino que el aceite de coco de cannabis es muy saludable tanto para la piel como
para su consumo - contiene cidos saludables, tiene propiedades medicinales, ayuda a quemar la grasa por
medio de un mayor gasto de energa, ayuda a prevenir infecciones, reduce el hambre, hidrata la piel y puede
ayudar a prevenir enfermedades del corazn - los pueblos que consumen aceite de coco como parte de su
dieta, son de los ms sanos del planeta!
Antes de empezar con la receta, vale la pena sealar que cocinar con aceites puede ser
peligroso. Si el aceite caliente entra en contacto con la piel, puede causar quemaduras
graves. Por esta razn es importante protegerse para hacer aceite de coco de cannabis.
Otra cosa a considerar es que esta es una excelente manera de usar los recortes, tallos y
hojas del cannabis. Se puede utilizar el brote, pero muchos ven esto como un desperdicio de
un buen material para fumar. Las hojas y otros materiales de desecho tambin contienen
algunos cannabinoides, y esta es una excelente forma de extraerlos y aprovecharlos.
Una olla elctrica
Agua destilada - 1,5 litros
Aceite de Coco - 200 gramos
Marihuana - 50 gramos
Un recipiente grande
Guantes de ltex
Un tamiz fino
Un aparato para colar
Una batidora/molinillo
La siguiente receta se basa en 200 gramos de aceite de coco, o aproximadamente una
"taza". Esto se puede duplicar, triplicar o lo que sea, para adaptarlo a tus necesidades.
1. Bate o tritura el cannabis lo ms fino que puedas. Esto maximizar su superficie, lo que
garantiza que se pueda extraer la cantidad ptima de cannabinoides. Trata de que tenga la
consistencia del caf molido.
2. Coloca 200 gramos de aceite de coco en la olla y ponla a fuego lento para que se derrita.
3. Una vez que el aceite de coco est derretido, aade el cannabis a la olla. La medida de 50
gramos est basada en la utilizacin de una mezcla de materia vegetal. Si utilizas brote o
hachs puros, necesitars menos. (Experimenta con cada lote para encontrar el nivel que te
guste ms).
4. Aade 1,5 litros de agua destilada. El agua acta como filtro para el exceso de clorofila
del cannabis, lo que permite que el producto final tenga mejor sabor. Tambin ayuda a
evitar que los cannabinoides se destruyan antes de mezclarse con el aceite.
5. Tapa la olla y sube el fuego a una temperatura alta. Vuelve al cabo de una hora y
remueve la mezcla de materia vegetal. Esto garantiza que toda la superficie del cannabis
sea utilizada durante el proceso de unin qumica entre el aceite y los canabinoides.
6. Despus de una hora, baja la temperatura y deja que la mezcla se cocine durante 4-24
horas, removiendo cada hora. Cuanto ms tiempo lo dejes, mayor ser el contenido de
cannabinoides que se mezclar con el aceite.
7. Apga el fuego y deja que se enfre hasta que sea seguro trabajar con l sin sufrir
8. Coloca la mezcla con una cuchara en un colador, para separar la materia vegetal, y
virtelo en el recipiente - un tamiz de caf de estilo francs es ideal para esto. Si no tienes
uno, utiliza un tamiz para eliminar la materia vegetal y apritala bien sobre el recipiente -
an habr una sorprendente cantidad de aceite en la materia vegetal, as que asegrate de
escurrirla bien.
9. El recipiente debe contener ahora una mezcla de agua y aceite. Cbrelo y ponlo en el
frigo toda la noche. Se separar en dos capas, con el aceite solidificndose en la parte
10. Al da siguiente, retira con cuidado la capa superior de aceite slido. Trata de que no se
caiga en el agua! Puedes desechar el agua.
11. Es posible que observes una pequea cantidad de materia en la parte inferior del pastel
de aceite. Para eliminarla, recalintalo y se derretir, y luego culalo con un colador fino.
Ponlo en el frigo para que se re-solidifique.
Ya tienes el aceite de coco de cannabis listo para usar! Se puede guardar en la nevera o en
el congelador para su posterior uso en la cocina. Ten en cuenta que no durar mucho en el
frigorfico. Lo mejor es dividirlo en porciones individuales y colocarlas en bolsitas con
cierre y congelarlas. Esto permite que no tengas que preocuparte de usar todo el aceite antes
de que se ponga malo en la nevera, y que no tengas que descongelar todo el lote cada vez
que quieras usar un poco.

Eco-receta: mantequilla medicinal vegana con marihuana
Esta sencilla receta te permite preparar tu propia mantequilla de coco en casa para aprovechar los
beneficios de la cannabis.

A estas alturas las propiedades medicinales de la marihuana son innegables, ms all de su
concepcin poltica y social, esta planta se mantiene como un tratamiento alternativo para
todo tipo de males, y uno cuyos efectos secundarios son mnimos.
La ciencia ha corroborado los mltiples beneficios del THC para la salud a travs de
rigurosos estudios. Algunos de los beneficios de consumir cannabis incluyen sus
propiedades analgsicas, puede ayudar a tratar desordenes de depresin y ansiedad, y
retrasa el avance de clulas cancergenas (adems ayuda a pacientes que han perdido el
apetito a recuperarlo).
Antes de abordar la siguiente receta, hay que considerar lo siguiente: cuando consumimos
la marihuana en un alimento su efecto psicoactivo es ms fuerte, vindolo de otra manera,
al fumarla consumimos aproximadamente el 40% de la planta, al ingerirla el 100%.
Al comer marihuana percibir los efectos toma ms tiempo; sin embargo, es ms fcil
controlar las dosis. En el caso de mantequilla es fcil determinar cunta consumimos y
podemos dosificarla fcilmente. Antes de consumir la mantequilla debemos medir la
potencia de la misma, empezando por raciones muy pequeas y dejando que haga efecto
antes de consumir ms.
Medio litro de agua
250 gramos de aceite de coco
30-50 gramos de hojas resinosas y brotes triturados de marihuana
Pasos a seguir:
1. Hierve el agua en una olla.
2. Una vez que el agua alcanza el hervor agregar aceite de coco y marihuana, esto hace que
el THC se mezcle con el aceite y el agua.
3. Remover la mezcla por media hora, quiz sea necesario reducir la flama.
4. Una vez pasada la media hora debemos colar la mezcla y quitar los restos de las hojas.
5. Guardar el lquido en el refrigerador por un mnimo de seis horas.
6. Al sacarla separaremos el agua de la mantequilla, la mantequilla se habr solidificado para
7. Guardar en un refractario separado en la nevera.
Consumir, empezando por dosis pequeas.

Aceite cannabico, receta sencilla.
Noviembre 23rd, 2012, 3:42 pm
Les comparto esta manera de preparar aceite cannabico que a mi parecer es bastante fcil.
Desde que dimos con esta receta en casa acompaa nuestro men en aquellos momentos en
que no queremos fumar o por cuestiones sociales o saludables no podemos hacerlo.

Explico la receta para un gramo de marihuana (moo, flor, cogollo de calidad), pero aplica
para cualquier cantidad.

Aclaro que explico con un gr ya que esta es la dosis para una sola persona que fuma
normalmente, para fumadores experimentados como yo, recomiendo el uso de tres gramos
y la canitdad de aceite resultante te va a durar para varias preparaciones.

1. Aceite de oliva (vegetal)
2. 1gr de cannabis
3. Papel aluminio
4. Horno
5. Recipiente resistente al calor para el horno, debe tener el tamao de un vaso o cupcake,
con esto me refiero a un recipiente que tenga de base una circunferencia de diametro aprox

Bien, no necesitamos nada ms, as de sencillo:
Precalentar el horno unos 15 minutos a 170C, la temperatura debe ser est, constante, y no
sobrepasarse puesto que a mas calor se quemara el THC y el aceite no nos servir.

En el recipiente apto para horno colocas el cannabis (yo uso el moo entero as lo puedo
retirar despues facilmente, igual se puede colar.) y luego se vierte el aceite suficiente hasta
cubrir la cantidad de maria que pusiste; por esto la forma del recipiente que les especifico.
(me atrevera a decir que son unos 30ml de aceite por 1gr de mara)

cubrir el recipiente con el papel aluminio y al horno. dejamos que se cocine durante 30
minutos y no mas que eso.

Ya tenemos nuestro aceite listo para usar, cocinar, comer, untar, beber... etc.