There's an often overlooked advantage to using a dry flower vaporizer that not enough people know about. It's possible to use vaporizer leftovers to extract cannabinoids into oil or butter. Because the material is toasted, it's already decarboxylated, so all you have to do is collect it over time, and once you have approximately 2 oz worth of flower, you're ready to stir up some medicated cannabis cooking oil.
The only downside is that the toasted plant taste will carry over into the edibles. After having tried edibles made with clean rosin, you may find the hashy taste of this cannabis oil mildly disappointing, but there's an old-school charm and thriftiness to it that we're calling undeniably chill. Using the method below, you can go from vaporizer leftovers to usable edibles in as little as half a day.
For its high-fat content and health, we're fond of MCT (medium chain triglyceride) oil. There are fancy versions of it, but you can also find it in the grocery store as coconut cooking oil because it is essentially coconut oil that doesn't harden. MCT oil is super versatile. Use it for smoothies and juices, Bulletproof Coffee, topical application, sublingually, or in capsules or straight-up.
This recipe calls for 2 ounces of vaporized weed and 2 cups of coconut oil, which you can adjust to your liking.
Davie is a long time cannabis professional who has worked not only as a cultivator but in all aspects of retail cannabis. From budtender, to wholesale and retail management, and from harvester to advanced hydroponic specialist, Davie has been around the block more than once. Now residing in beautiful British Columbia, Davie now works with acres of greenhouses, producing some of the best buds in the country.