Discussion in 'Concentrates and Extracts' started by Sirdabsalot462, Jun 24, 2013.
Synesthesia is now working with Peridot Labs.
Their sugar is amazing!
Wish i had a bunch like you all lol. Here is a little bit of everclear ran trim.
Some pineapple kush shatter
Some 303 seeds special op LIVE RESIN shatter. This had the most amazing taste everr but cant find much info on spec op strain
23.3g pressed IWE hash block
First attempt at bubble hash. Mostly larf and heavy sugar trim.
This is the smokable (90,73,45,25)
This is going into coconut oil (160 and 120)
Tossed the 190.
Thoughts? Used RO ice water and Ice cubes.
Is the 25micron normally so dark? A little weirded out by that one.
From some sour diesel.
Looking through my loupe at my 25 micron dark ass stuff (2 posts up). Looks nice when broken apart.
Some viking honeycomb
Some viking shatter and killer queen honeycomb
My first run with my bubble bag Dude washer following Frenchy's routine.
45 is 1.6 grams and 73 is 2.6 grams. Ran 4 oz's popcorn trim and 1/2 oz flower left over from last year's harvest. Planed, dried, hot water pressed and then rolled.
nice.makes me want to break the bags out.
killer queen live resin
First time used a mason jar and open air heat flash for 2 days. One whipped to crumble the other was fresh frozen. I've been getting from Colorado dispensary and mine was got me way more medicated
25 Micron 'Texada Timewarp' Ice Water Hash
25 Micron 'Texada Timewarp' Ice Water Hash Under 100x USB Endoscope
Yet Another 100x Magnified Shot Of The 25 Micron 'Texada Timewarp' IWE In Which Intact Trichome Heads Are Clearly Visible
Strawberry Moonrock & "Activated" Δ8THC Limonene Honey Oil (LHO) aka "Terpene Tincture"
This is some cherry og bubble rosin made from dry trim. It's almost a year old. It had turned completely black. It was looking like that tar like jalalabad hash that went around 15 years ago.
I repressed it through a 35u screen. Then after it cooled. I repressed it through a 25u screen at 120°F. This is the end result
110micron dry shake for 3min
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