Transdermal Cannabis Uses

Have you heard of using transdermal cannabis to treat a variety of medical conditions? Many people have found cannabis useful for treating all sorts of things. Applying it to your skin, or transdermally, is simply another way to deliver the … Continue reading

What is a Cannabis Boutique?

If you have just started looking into the usage of medical marijuana or recreational marihuana, then you may have encountered the term cannabis boutique in quite a few discussions. And as someone who is new to this space, it may … Continue reading

Are CBD Lotions Safe?

With CBD oil becoming more and more popular, many people are starting to wonder if CBD lotions and topical applications are safe. They wonder how these work,, what benefits they have, and whether they are healthy for the body to … Continue reading

How to Use Vacuum Ovens for Marijuana

When many people hear about using medical marijuana, they think o the stereotypical traditional methods of extracting it, crushing the flowers and rolling into a joint or smoking it in a bong. Although the traditional methods of extracting marijuana are effective and fine, some individuals are looking for a higher quality which is more stronger. That is where distillation of cannabis extracts comes in. The marijuana experts have found Terpp Extractors vacuum ovens to be very effective when it comes to the marijuana industry. Vacuum ovens are mainly used in removing gas, moisture, and any other volatile chemicals from marijuana at the same time preventing any reactions which can make it harmful. In the cannabis industry, you will get that so many people do use the Terpp Extractors vacuum ovens in processing cannabis extracts such as Butane Hash oil(BHO). With the help of this oven, you can evaporate the residual solvent of Butane in the vacuum chamber and pull it out of the chamber using a vacuum. With this, you can get purified oil extract and be able to reduce fire risks since Butane is highly flammable. Vacuum ovens for marijuana can assist you in processing faster your extracts, and they are safer compared to other methods. In case you opt to produce cannabis oil extracts through the old fashioned way using a massive fire hazard may be difficult to scale and sustain. The design of a vacuum oven is simple but the way a person handles it while extracting marijuana varies. When you plug in your vacuum oven and try to make it work the following things take place: 1. The electric motor of the vacuum oven operates the motor. This motor is attached to a fan with blades that look like the propelling blades of an airplane. 2. When the fan blades are turned on, the air is forced in the direction of the exhaust port. 3. The air particles are forced forward, and the density of these particles rises in front of the fan and becomes less behind the fan. The pressure drop that is experienced by the vacuum oven in this situation is quite similar to the pressure that is seen in case of a straw when fluid from a straw is sucked into the mouth. Here, in the case of the vacuum oven, an ambient pressure situation is created. The pressure level in the region behind the angled fans drops. Since this pressure level is lower than the pressure level outside of the vacuum oven, a suction vacuum is created inside the oven which forces the dirt and dust inside. The air is pushed in the vacuum oven because the pressure inside is lower than the pressure outside. Till the time the fan of the vacuum oven is moving, the air will be forced inside, and the dust particles will be carried along. If you know how to use the vacuum oven for marijuana, you will be able to produce the strongest extracts which can …

Cannabis Edibles For You

Are you interested in cannabis edibles but not quite sure what would be best for you? Do you like to use marijuana, or are you interested in using marijuana medicinally, but you really don’t want to smoke anything? As it … Continue reading

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