I vape cannabis concentrates like batter, shatter, and live resin. These products leave behind a small amount of marijuana oil. The sticky substance is a substance known as reuse; if you have a particular tool to catch the reuse, you can recover it in a number of different applications… Reclaim has already been decarboxylated by nature. 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 like to put reusers in a cup of Starbucks Latte on this day. It feels like a super, heavy dose of cannabis edibles. The reuse can also be used in marijuana edibles… When the reuse is mixed with a stable oil like coconut, Olive, or sunflower, it can then be used in recipes. I have made cookies, cakes, brownies, and even pies with the Cannabis reuse. The flavor is mild and the cannabis cooks into the recipe just like any other butter or oil product, one of our number one products to make with the reuse is fudge brownies. I use the recipe with coconut oil and add it to the recipe. I also like to add a small amount of peanut butter and peanut butter powder. I suppose the peanut butter helps hide the flavor of the Cannabis. I don't mind the flavor of cannabis, however our wifey does not like the taste genuinely much. If it wasn't even for Edibles, I don't suppose she would ever use any cannabis products. I have definitely never seen her option up a joint or vape even one time.

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