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  • Purging Marijuana Concentrates, High Times Style

    Purging Marijuana Concentrates, High Times Style

    The staff at High Times carefully avoided providing step-by-step instructions on how to make Butane ...

  • History of Salvia Divinorum

    After a long time of research and reading many books about salvia I have gathered some precious info...

  • How to Smoke Herbal Incense

    Most of guys prefer to smoke legal Incense with rolling paper, water-pipe, or vaporizers; these are ...

  • UR-144

    UR-144 is a new legal chemical and has incredibly good results as compare to other chemicals. After ...

  • Synthetic Cannabis

    Synthetic cannabis is a new product in the market of smoke shops and it is easily becoming one of th...

Purging Marijuana Concentrates, High Times Style

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The staff at High Times carefully avoided providing step-by-step instructions on how to make Butane Hash Oil, BHO, wax, glass, shatter, or whatever butane-extracted marijuana concentrates are called in a particular region. Instead, they offered excellent tips on refining the finished product by properly purging marijuana concentrates of the solvent used to dissolve the cannabinoids from the plant material. NSN News must once again remind its readers that home BHO operations are highly dangerous and carry a serious risk of fire, explosion, and criminal prosecution. Only those with an appropriate space and the right equipment should attempt this process. One of the biggest quality concerns with BHO is the cleaning or purging of any remaining solvent, butane, which is not great to be vaporizing and inhaling. Some states with medical marijuana programs now offer laboratory testing of concentrates to ensure parts per million of butane is below an acceptable threshold. If CO2 or nitrogen was used in the extraction, the raw extract should be placed in ethanol alcohol (for example, the grape-spirit ethanol available from organicalcohol.com) and then warmed slightly to approximately 120°F, until you see the extract dissolve into the grape spirits. When using butane, mix one part grape spirits with two parts ... Read More »

History of Salvia Divinorum

After a long time of research and reading many books about salvia I have gathered some precious information about history of salvia. This mystic plant Salvia Divinorum is one of over two thousand varieties of the plant genus Salvia (Sage), and the plant has been used for centuries as a holy visionary and curing medicine by the Mazatec Indians living in Oaxaca, southwestern Mexico. Salvia Divinorum is a wild plant and you can find them in small mountainous region of Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca. In addition to its psychoactive use in forecasting ceremonies, the medication has traditionally been used in small amounts as a diuretic and to treat rheumatism and headaches. Read More »

How to Smoke Herbal Incense

Most of guys prefer to smoke legal Incense with rolling paper, water-pipe, or vaporizers; these are some good methods to smoke herbal incense but this is not enough, there are a few more things which we have to take care in order to get good results. Firstly, the smoke must be inhaled quickly and smoker should hold it for 10-15 seconds. These smoking blends should not be smoked with cigarettes because they require much hotter flame than ordinary cigarettes’ lighter. It is recommended that smoker should use electrically charged lighters which we can easily get from wall mart or any other shop. Read More »

UR-144

UR-144 is a new legal chemical and has incredibly good results as compare to other chemicals. After a long time research and experiment we configured below mentioned facts and figures about it. Short Name: UR-144 Synonyms: 'KM X-1' Molecular Mass: 311.5 g/mol. Full Chemical Name: (1-pentyl-1H-indol-3-yl) (2, 2, 3, 3-tetramethylcyclopropyl) methadone UR-144 originally invented by Abbott Laboratories. Allergy Test One of our research person has conducted an allergy test by taking a very small amount (about 0.001mg) of this chemical and placing it on his tongue. He waited for 24-48 hours to get the effect. Read More »

Synthetic Cannabis

Synthetic cannabis is a new product in the market of smoke shops and it is easily becoming one of the most popular. Cannabis is known more commonly by its actual name, “marijuana.” It has been used for centuries now for medicinal and sensory purposes. In fact, the latter is the main reason why cannabis has become such a wide-spread smoke solution in today’s world. Most people who try it enjoy the psychoactive effects and how it brings on an immediate feeling of relaxation. Still- there has been controversy with the product. This undeniable controversy has directly brought about a new product, synthetic cannabis. Read More »

Basics of SC Spice Blends

Introduction to Synthetic Cannabinoids: The Basics So you think you’re ready to enter the world of synthetic weed, and get STONED with Mr. Wizard… Common forms of synthetic cannabinoids available on the ‘retail’ market: Synthetic cannabinoids, they’ve been around for years and years, but somehow only recently emerged into the ‘retail’ online RC and local head shop market. The most common form of synthetic cannabinoid (in this case “legal smoke”) is a mixture of dried plant matter, sprayed with an unknown amount of an unknown cannabinoid. The most common brand names for these are the obvious K2 Incense, Spice Smoking Blend, Serenity Now, and so on and so on. This stuff if not gotten from a reputible supplier, could be either a) bunk b) reallly overly strong or c) looks like fish food and not too appealing in any of these cases. On the other hand there are very reputible and honest suppliers of these ‘incense’ as well The other form of synthetic cannabinoid you probably are familar with (or are here to become familar with) is the pure lab grade “research chemical” compounds, such as the JWH and WIN families. These chemicals were designed by various research chemists and ... Read More »

What is JWH-018 ?

What are Synthetic Cannabinoids? Herbal blends, which are highly popular alternatives to illegal substances, are made of natural botanicals and often contain synthetic cannabinoids.  When comparing marijuana with an herbal blend product, one will find that cannabis contains THC, which is a natural cannabinoid, while the legal counterpart does not. Because herbal blends contain synthetic cannabinoids, they are legal in various states in the US as well as other countries. Synthetic cannabinoids are not the same active compound as natural THC and do not have the same chemical structure.  Natural THC actually breaks down in a different way compared to synthetic cannabinoids.  The most common of these synthetic cannabinoids are cannabicyclohexanol, JWH-018, JWH-073, and HU-210. JWH-018 is considered to be the most popular one, which is used in the vast majority of legal herbal blends being sold on the market in the United States, Europe and Canada.  Although synthetic cannabinoids are considered legal in various locations, a number of states in the US and countries across the globe are beginning to ban or regulate the sale, possession and consumption of herbal blends. The Discovery of JWH-018 JWH-018 is an analogue of synthetic cannabinoids and was founded by John W. Huffman, ... Read More »

JHW Revealed

Overview of JWH, WIN and CP Chemical Compounds Overview of JWH Family The JWH family of chemicals is the most common type of synthetic cannabinoids found in herbal blends that are marketed as smoking products.  These herbal blends can be found in retail shops as well as online stores.  Although JWH has been legal for several years, there is currently a control on JWH and products that contain any of the chemicals in the JWH family. It is imperative to note that research on JWH compounds is very limited, however some of the compounds have more information than others.  These synthetic cannabinoids were first developed in the early 1990s by an organic chemist named John W. Huffman who discovered and developed the compounds at Clemson University. The prefix, JWH, indicates the indole family of synthetic cannabinoids.  These include the aminoalkylindole and the napthoylindole families.  When John W. Huffman first developed these compounds, the aim was to produce a substance that would target certain receptors in the body called the endocannabinoid receptors.  The body has two receptors known as the CB1 and CB2 receptors.  JWH chemicals are either agonists of one or both of these receptors.  Below is an overview of ... Read More »