Jimi's Corner Mod
- Feb 9, 2020
This thread is going to be for various topics about the Sacred Plant, we can all prosper by sharing our thoughts and technique's so we can learn from each other
I’m so glad about it working so well, Jimi. Yay! Keep it up. :hug:A Test run on topical oil made from trim and sticks
I read an article on making a topical out of trim and sticks, I thought I posted it but I can't find it. I thought I would just try this out for my legs, (I have nerve damage and get sharp pains in my lower legs, very sharp pains and also have a lump about the size of a baseball just above my ankle). Yesterday I whipped up a batch. I started out with two ounces of trim with a few sticks and the scrub buds (buds from bottom of the plant), decarbed it for 30 minutes at 245 ( just to test that temp in my oven) let it cool and then tossed it in the blender, and ground it down some,. Next I threw it in my crock pot with a cup and a half of defractionated coconut oil, (I like using this because of the absorbtion rate being so high, that's why they use it with essential oils). I let it cook on low ( my crock pot runs at 175 on low) for 4 hours. Strained it w/cheesecloth and put it in a condiment bottle, yield was almost 3/4 of a bottle . It turned out a darker green/black than I usually make but I used a little less oil this time because it was just trim sticks and a few tiny lower buds.
Now lets see how it did so far. Daily I have severe shooting pains in my legs, every day all day long. I started using my potion last night and twice today and Honestly it has made a huge difference in the amount and in the severity of my pain. I am going to test this for several weeks and I will post the results here.
So far this is really working for me!!!!
I almost picked up some dolomite lime to amend my flowering buckets but I wasn't sure if I should because my seabird poop and bone meal have alot of Ca.@ ST.Roostifer, Are you growing in soil or hydroponic?
If you are growing in soil you can use dolimate lime mixed in the soil when you plant to keep the PH from rising. Works great, mine stay at at a pretty constant 6.8
Absolutely agree. Years ago I grew Barney's farm Red Cherry Berry and once properly dried there was a huge whiff of cherries when opening the hat and the taste was right there with the smell. Ha ha, not bad for Ocean Forest grow and GO line organic mutes.I always use organic, makes the flower taste much better besides being much healthier.