The calculator I used output that I should get 15mg thc per teaspoon (5ml).
I am trying to dissolve 96% distillate in to MCT oil, however I’m not getting the desired effect. I’m not sure if mixture calculation correct or if my method is correct.
First attempt: I double boiled water and then placed the MCT oil(1cup) in a Pyrex mixing cup and slowly heated it the oil to about 140F. I then slowly mixed in 1g of 96% THC distillate and stirred intermittently for about 1hr.
I tried 5ml of oil mixed in to a drink of about 250ml. Regardless of any separation of the oil in the drink, I infested it all and should have felt something with an hour but didn’t really get any sensation at all.
MCT oil stands for “medium chain triglyceride” oil. But what does this mean? Medium chain triglycerides are the compounds that give health and beauty oils (like coconut oil) many of their beneficial properties.
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But where does MCT oil come from? Well, it is, in fact, a synthetic oil that is processed only in laboratories using a combination of medium chain triglycerides from both coconut oil and palm oil.
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Many brands nowadays that use MCTs in their coconut oil use a process called CO2 extraction to pull cannabinoids from plant material. Some consider CO2 extraction to be the “gold standard” of CBD oil production. However, there are other extraction techniques that can produce high-quality products.