Supercritical co2 extraction of honey oil.

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by pow monster, Jan 6, 2008.

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    pow monster

    pow monster Active Member

    ever heard of Supercritical co2 extraction of honey oil.
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    pow monster

    pow monster Active Member

    according you use 100% co2 duster of something instead of butane and use the bho technique.
    I am not sure how accurate the information is.
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    kochab

    kochab New Member

    yea people make it all the time. its not such of a uncommon thing around this community. we need things to do with the trimmings from harvest so we also make canibutter too!
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    jsgrwn

    jsgrwn Well-Known Member

    i have never heard of it done with co2. but butane works exceptionally well.
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    that1guy1980

    that1guy1980 Active Member

    do you mean butane?
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    jsgrwn

    jsgrwn Well-Known Member

    what, did you read what i wrote? u speaka de english? is that a pic of you? cuz u must be fuckin high. i said "i have never heard of it done with co2. but butane works exceptionally well." geez.
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    oilmkr420

    oilmkr420 Active Member

    its not at all accurate. its totally different. u must contain co2 under pressure with matrix, then heat it past 88' f, typically 104' f. low temp and high pressure keeps oil golden and sweet. butane is suitable as a co-solvent, propane is more effective, and naphtha is king co-solvent. ethanol is what the big guys use, so when i get moonshine, i will post how well it works.

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