Now the big question everyone wants to know is how much THC can be absorbed before coconut oil is fully saturated. Nobody seems to have any clue as to a scientific formula to figure this out. People say 1:3, 1:4, etc ratios of bud to oil (oz to lbs). I've thought long and hard about this and was thinking that if you know the THC and CBD percentage of the bud your using you could have a general idea of the weight of THC and CBD's in the bud. Example: 1 oz of bud with a 15% THC content and a 5% CBD content would mean that you have 4.2g THC and 1.4g CBD's. With this theory we have a total of 5.6g of goodness to absorb into our coconut oil. Assuming that 1g of coconut oil's saturated fat will hold 1g of THC evenly and coconut oil has around 13g of saturated fat per serving you could use a half serving (maybe a little more give or take sense I know there's more then just the THC and CBDs in weed) and be able to get the most potent oil possible no mater the bud your using. I specifically want to know about using coconut oil with buds. I plan to infuse using about an oz and want to use as little oil as possible to get the strongest potency I can. I'm hoping this will be a good place to start in figuring out a formula that can be used to accurately control how potent our canna oil will be without using to much bud and wasting any THC or CBD's. I can't wait to hear what everyone has to say in regards to this topic and as a newbie I thank you all in advance.