Place on the top and plunge down as much as necessary that the weed is submerged . After 12 hours, plunge all the way down and pour out all of the used water. Now if you need to soak again, just remove the top, careful not to lose any of the wet AVB, add more water and just repeat the whole process.
Evenly divide the MCT oil between the mason jars you plan on using. You can either use pint-sized or half-pint-sized jars; it’s you’re preference; just be sure they fit in your crockpot. No matter the size, be sure to leave a ½ inch headspace from the top.
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Put your vaped bud in the press, then fill it with room temperature water. Give the herb a bit of a stir to make sure it’s all getting exposed to the water. You’ll also have your press tied up for days when you water cure your water cure abv. So if your french press is your main coffee source and you’re a caffeine fiend, you might want to go with the cheesecloth method.
This quick hack can help you utilize your bud if you’re feeling especially lazy or do not have much time on your hands. Place the lid on the crockpot and leave it alone to infuse for 4 hours. Finally, you can add AVB directly to recipes just like you would decarbed flower, kief, any other dried spice like dried basil or oregano. While AVB won’t make the most potent tincture, it may be the best way to capture any remaining cannabinoids.
Just remember that any cannabis edible or beverage, even those made using AVB, can be more potent than expected and take longer to take effect. So, carve out a chunk of time and make sure you are not alone the first time that you try anything made with your AVB. Vaping doesn’t scorch cannabis like smoking does, meaning the used flower coming out of your pen is somewhat reusable. So, instead of throwing out that toasty already vaped bud, here’s what you can do with it. Wow, looking through this old thread tells me that it’s been a year since I’ve done anything with my AVB. Just made my 2nd batch of coconut oil ABV with water cured ABV.