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What to do with trim after being used for coco canna oil?

Discussion in 'Cooking With Cannabis' started by Mister Black, Feb 28, 2013.

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    Mister Black

    Mister Black Active Member

    So i took about 60-70g of mid to late flower trim and added about 750m of coconut oil then simmered in a slow cooker for 11-12 hours. I then turned off the heat and left the mix the stew for another 10 hours.

    Now I have strained the mix and am left with a bunch of crispy, oily leaves.

    After wringing out the mix through a nylon stocking is there any other productive use for the trim?
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    2Kushed

    2Kushed Active Member

    You can apply it to the skin, either by rubbing on the skin or making a compress. This would be used as a pain reliever. I always use Indica for this. I am not saying Sativa won't work for pain, it is just what I use.

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