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so what would you call this??

Discussion in 'Concentrates and Extracts' started by colonuggs, Sep 9, 2013.

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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    I used pre98 bubba...did a extract :) hot water purged for butane for about 20 mins

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    Then put the pyrex dish on top of a small pan of boiling water that was on a low boil... whipped the bho... after 5 min the bho solidified


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    with heat it returns to oil form...tastes good too

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    Nice Ol Bud

    Nice Ol Bud Well-Known Member

    Damn man not bad.
    How you do your shit? Got a tutorial or something?
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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    na.. I just used about 1/2 oz of bubba that was ground up in a coffee grinder... stuck that in the freezer for about 2 hours before extraction :)

    .... I dried the nugs crunchy dry in a paper bag for about 2 weeks prior

    Bought a extractor off ebay and a case of vector:) one can per run


    My next adventure is vac purgin I wanna make some honeycomb
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    Twitch.

    Twitch. Well-Known Member

    i call it whipped bho
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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    thank you...do you think that all the butane evaporated?

    all the moisture is gone :) Very easy to handle ..no bubbles in the vape
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    Twitch.

    Twitch. Well-Known Member

    hard tell, i have never thought whipping was an effective means of getting something completely purged. in fact it actually breaks down terpenes
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    vacpurge

    vacpurge New Member

    yeah whipping isnt the best way to do it.

    the reason its foggy and pasty looking is because there is tens of thousands of tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny tiny bubbles. air spaces if you will... kinda like looking at a sponge.

    now when you heat it.. it melts it, turns it into a liquid, and all those bubbles go away, and it turns it into an amber colored like sap.

    either way, that oil looks nice.

    if you dont have a vacuum, I always let my dish with oil sit in a hot water dish from 6-24 hours just to be sure ;)
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    vacpurge

    vacpurge New Member

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    Fadedawg

    Fadedawg Well-Known Member

    Also known as Budder, which was more popular before vacuum finished waxes.

    At 20 minutes purge, you may be below your own sensory threshold, but you still have retained butane. If you don't believe it, put it in a -29.5" Hg vacuum at 115F and watch the solvent bubbles escape.

    Even at 115F and -29.5" Hg, it still takes 30 to 45 minutes for a full purge.
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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    thanks for the input

    20 min purge with hot tap water ( the pyrex and bho sittin in hot water)...

    then the pyrex went over boiling hot water in a pan until solidified about 5 more mins...

    don't know what the temp was my guess about 180-200... thats why I think all the butane evaporated
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    vacpurge

    vacpurge New Member

    yeah it needs more than 25 minutes on hot water... more like 6+ hours at least.

    also, 200 is too hot. boiling water is 212F I think... so you only want it half boiling. around 100F. thats about as hot as your sink can possibly get... plus a few more degrees, and remember it cools fast, thats about how hot you would want the water.
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    Sirdabsalot462

    Sirdabsalot462 Well-Known Member

    Hey Colo...You can pm me my friend....I'll get ya a tech rolling for ya..I've done lots of runs, with and without vac...I'll get ya lined up...maybe trade me some IWE know-how.
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    colonuggs

    colonuggs Well-Known Member

    U is in the Springs... I used to be a Denver dude now im up in Washington...thanks for the offer


    bought the chamber more than my pump gezzz freakin rip offs ....have a nuwave dig... so im set :) Rest is time and experimenting

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