Cannaoil, Budder & Weed Lube 5 Comments Reply Jay December 10, 2016 at 5:42 amHi, so i have made cannabutter in the crock pot before and it was a very dark green. I never decarbed it and it always came out great. I recently came across your page, which I love by the way, and decided to try decarbing before I made canna oil in the crock pot. Unfortunately I forgot to cover the trim. I decarbed at 200 for 30-40 minutes. Used the mason jar method as I have before. Tested the water several times. It rose to 160. Had it in there for 26 hours. Shook it several times. Finished product was a light amber color. Smell is very faint. Did I do something wrong? Had an experienced smoker try 1/4 tsp which I believe is what you suggested. He felt nothing. Im a wimp which is why I wanted him to try it. I saved the leaf just in case I can possibly put it back in the oil to try something else. Do you have any suggestions? I’m trying to make the lube for my friends as Christmas gifts. I ordered everything I need so now I just need to salvage this oil if possible lol. Also I wanted to share with you a great way to squeeze out all the goodness from the green. I line a potato ricer with a thin layer of cheese cloth and press as hard as possible. I found this really works well and saves me from getting messy. Not that I mind the mess so much, but it does a much better job than my hands alone can do. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. Much love Reply Kasandra March 17, 2017 at 2:39 pmHello. Thank you for the tip on the potato ricer. I have neuropathy so this will be much easier for me to handle. Reply Meg July 4, 2020 at 8:53 pmWhere is the actual post? Reply Beth Beyer November 4, 2020 at 3:01 pmThank you so very much for ALL of your info you are putting out there. Newbie to the butter scenes. Just purchased an Ardent FX, with your W&B calculator I feel more confident in what the actual content is of the product I am using. Thank you again Reply Corinne December 4, 2020 at 3:35 pmThank you, Beth!Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.