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  1. So I’ve tried your method 2x and have pretty much failed because I couldn’t sit there so long with each process.
    First time the distiller was my nemesis second time the heat plate ..anyway what if I skip your way to decarboxylate and just recover oil after distillation..then put on hot plate with minimum heat.? Also I have found that I must pay very close attention to the temperature.Thanks for the great video,one of the best on utube

  2. The sun method to remove the clorophyll is risky! All the cannabinoids are extremely sensitive to uv-light and easily get ntoken down by the sun. 1 hour of course is not long enough to destroy all the cannabinoids, but still there will be some get broken down. Why dont you use a solvent that doesnt extract clorophyll? I can recommend petroleum-ether;)

  3. I use petroleum-ether as a solvent. Works beautifully, evaporates very fast and thoroughly. Also a very important point is that petroleum-ether doesnt extract the clorophyll from the plant material! The final product is amber colored shatter. I recommend everyone to try;)

  4. Thank you very much for the video! Ope3ned my eyes on how to save resources making the oil. The amount of Everclear I use gets expensive and this will help me recapture it and use gain. I'm searching for a magnetic hotplate stirrer now (what make and model did you use. I was looking at one that was 180w and in the FAQ's it mentioned it might not be able to stir and boil at the same time) ) and I will say I was surprised you didnt break out the buchner funnel to filter. LOL! Thank you and have a great day!

  5. This is actually an amateur way to do it , freeze your material and alcohol for 1 hour , don’t grind up bugs , lightly chopped and fluffed is fine . Less chlorophyll! And avoid agitation too much , put container of material and alcohol in freezer then filter

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