How to Make Cannabis Oil Without Smell

If you want to make cannabis oil without the strong smell, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps. With a little bit of know-how, you can make cannabis oil that is virtually odorless. Here’s how.

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Cannabis oil is a concentrated extract obtained by extraction of the dried flowers or leaves of the cannabis plant. It is not actually an oil, but derives its name from its sticky and oily appearance. The purpose of producing cannabis oil is to make cannabinoids and other beneficial components, such as terpenes, available in a highly concentrated form.

Cannabis oil has a strong smell that many people find unpleasant. If you are planning to make your own cannabis oil at home, there are several ways to minimize the smell and make it more tolerable.

The materials you will need

The good news is that you don’t need much to make cannabis-infused oil—it’s pretty much just weed and oil! But, there are a few tools that you will need in order to make the process as easy as possible.

First, you will need a grinder. A grinder will help you to break up your weed into more manageable pieces so that it can infuse evenly into your oil. If you don’t have a grinder, you can use a food processor or even just chop up your weed with a knife, but a grinder will give you the best results.

Next, you will need a cooking vessel. You can use any kind of pot or pan that you have on hand, but we recommend using a saucepan because it will be easier to strain your oil later on. You will also need something to strain your oil with—we recommend using a cheesecloth or coffee filter for this step.

Last, but not least, you will need some sort of container to store your finished cannabis oil in. Make sure to choose a container that is airtight so that your oil doesn’t go bad. Mason jars work well for this purpose.

The process

To make your cannabis oil without smell, you need to first decarboxylate your cannabis. This is a process of heating the cannabis to a temperature that activates the THC. You can do this in a number of ways, but we recommend using an oven set to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Place your cannabis on a baking sheet and bake it for 30-40 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes or so. Once the time is up, remove the baking sheet from the oven and let it cool.

Once your cannabis is decarboxylated, it’s time to mix it with your chosen oil. We recommend using olive oil, as it has a neutral taste that will not alters the taste of your cannabis oil. You can also use other oils such as coconut oil or grapeseed oil. Simply mix the decarboxylated cannabis with the oil in a bowl or glass jar and stir until everything is mixed together well.

The next step is to place your mixture in a airtight container and store it in a cool, dark place for 2-3 weeks, stirring every few days to make sure everything stays mixed together well. After this time has passed, you can use your cannabis oil as you normally would. Be sure to label your container so you know how long ago you made it!

Straining the oil

The first thing you need to do is decarboxylate your cannabis. This is best done by spreading ground cannabis on a baking tray and baking it in the oven at 240 degrees Fahrenheit for 40 minutes. You can also do this by simmering your ground cannabis in a saucepan on low heat for about 3 hours, stirring occasionally.

Once your cannabis is decarboxylated, add it to a mason jar with the coconut oil and screw on the lid tightly. Place the mason jar in a saucepan filled with water so that the water comes up about halfway up the sides of the jar. Put the saucepan on medium heat and let it simmer for 3-4 hours, making sure to check on it occasionally and stirring well.

After 3-4 hours, remove the mason jar from the saucepan and let it cool slightly before straining the oil through a cheesecloth or coffee filter into another clean container. Be sure to squeeze all of the oil out of the cheesecloth or filter so you don’t leave any behind.

You can now store your cannabis oil in an airtight container in a cool, dark place like your refrigerator. It should keep for several months this way.

The finished product

Once you have your cannabis oil, it’s time to remove the plant matter and enjoy your product! The first step is to strain the oil using a cheesecloth or coffee filter. This will remove any leftover plant matter and give you a clean product.

To remove the plant matter, you can use a number of methods:

-Boil the oil: Boil the cannabis oil on low heat for 30 minutes. The boiling point of THC is 315 degrees Fahrenheit, so this will decarboxylate your weed and help to remove any unwanted plant matter.
-Freeze the oil: Place the cannabis oil in the freezer overnight. This will cause the plant matter to separate from the oil, making it easier to strain.
-Pressure cook the oil: Use a pressure cooker to cook the cannabis oil on low heat for 2 hours. This method will also decarboxylate your weed and help to remove any unwanted plant matter.

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