3-min Cannabis Quick Wash Tincture Recipe – Quick and Easy How To [TUTORIAL]
Shop for 190 Proof Ethanol Culinary Solvent – http://www.culinarysolvent.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html
Making potent quality tinctures is quicker and easier than people realize. Don’t soak for weeks or shake for hours! Watch me make a cold alcohol tincture using trim cannabis leaves from a recent harvest. Start to finish step by step tutorial ending with a potent cannabis tincture. This recipe uses 4 ounces of dried & cured cannabis trim leaves leaves combined with 48 oz of 190 proof grain alcohol Culinary Solvent in two 3-minute washes. Each wash consumed 48 oz of Culinary Solvent, equal to 1.5 bottles. The entire process of 2 quick washes consumed a total of 96 fl oz of Culinary Solvent, and yielded 11 grams of final concentrate (video link to the final scraping below).
Quick Wash with Ethanol (QWET) is an effective method of making cannabis tincture. The act of combining alcohol with cannabis for a brief period of time, and then separating the botanical and solvent is called a “wash”. Quick wash recipes combine the solvent with the cannabis for short periods lasting anywhere form 20 seconds to 20 minutes. I consider extractions longer than 20 minutes to be more in the “full extract” category, I will post a link to my full extract tincture recipe soon.
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2:00 Adding Culinary Solvent to the dry cannabis for the first quick wash with ethanol
2:37 Evaluated the situation and made the call to add some more solvent to make sure the plant material was covered throughout the 3 minute soak.
3:43 Straining the first wash through some fine mesh
4:53 Starting the second quick wash
6:19 Finished Tincture
6:58 Filtering the tincture using a fryer oil paper cone to substantially improve clarity of the tincture and final evaporated oil
9:12 Filtered final tincture
9:16 Brain fart
9:38 Description of next steps to convert this alcohol tincture into an evaporated oil
———— Related Videos by Me:
Tools and Setup Overview: https://youtu.be/6A2Cil0pc1o
Evaporating this Tincture using Cold Air: https://youtu.be/USEss2gmYwQ
Tincture Evaporation System: https://youtu.be/UOxG_LJjqJk
Scraping the final concentrated results: https://youtu.be/cgo89JMXndw
———— Equipment & Tools Used in this Video
32fl bottles of Culinary Solvent – http://www.culinarysolvent.com/store/p1/190-proof-grain-alcohol-32oz
4 quart Stainless Steel “Inset” Pan – https://www.amazon.com/Excellante-4-Quart-Stainless-Steel-Inset/dp/B001E0DUYS
11 qt Stainless Inset Pan (this is what I filter into) – https://www.amazon.com/Vollrath-88204-Induction-Ready-Inset/dp/B00M8YIW8S/ref=sr_1_2?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1476276560&sr=1-2&keywords=11+qt+inset+pan
10″ Coarse Mesh Strainer – https://www.amazon.com/New-Star-34110-Stainless-Strainer/dp/B009LLIJ1Q/ref=sr_1_2?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1476278010&sr=1-2&keywords=10%22+coarse+mesh+strainer
70 micron Filter Paper Cone made for Fryer Oil (Shortening) – https://www.amazon.com/Royal-Premium-Cone-Filters-Case/dp/B0018OZFTS/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1476278040&sr=1-1&keywords=fryer+oil+filter+paper+cone
———— Don’t forget to decarb the cannabis!
Depending on how your concentrated cannabis oil will be used, decarboxylation is an important step to ensure that the cannabinoids are activated. More information on the how and why of decarboxylation including our easy to follow recipe video – https://youtu.be/FOuvXOW5Esw
———— Other Links you might like:
Mr Tincture’s Blog on using 190 proof Culinary Solvent – http://www.CulinarySolvent.com/blog
Twitter Tweets @CulinarySolvent – http://www.twitter.com/CulinarySolvent
Imgur images – http://imgur.com/user/MrTincture