I vape cannabis concentrates love batter, shatter, and live resin; These products leave behind a small amount of marijuana oil. The sticky substance is a substance known as recovery, however if you have a recognizable tool to catch the recovery, you can reuse it in a number of different applications. Reclaim has already been decarboxylated. It does not need to be heated up again in order for the THC to be activated. Reclaim can be eaten directly or applied to a number of beverages. I love to put the recovery in a cup of tea this afternoon. It feels akin to a super, heavy dose of cannabis edibles. The recovery can also be used in marijuana edibles, however when the recovery is mixed with a stable oil such as coconut, Olive, or sunflower, it can then be used in recipes. I've made cookies, cakes, brownies, and even pies with the Cannabis recovery. The flavor is mild and the cannabis cooks into the recipe just akin to any other butter or oil product. One of my preferred products to make with the recovery is brownies. I use the recipe with coconut oil and add it to the recipe. I also love to add a small amount of peanut butter and peanut butter powder. I assume the peanut butter helps hide the flavor of the Cannabis. I do not mind the flavor of cannabis, but my wife does not love the taste very much. If it wasn't for Edibles, I do not assume she would ever use any cannabis products. I've never seen her option up a joint or vape even a single time.

Reclaimed weed oil can be used for lots of things


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