I'm trying to decide between fresh frozen and letting the bud dry 5-7 days followed by short cure before making bubble hash. Alchimiaweb.com cannabis seeds are sold as collectable souvenirs to countries where the cultivation of cannabis is illegal. With a typical home refrigerator/freezer I don't think "flash" freezing is an option? So I turned the dial up to a colder (#7) from a possible setting of (#10). Of note: I generally run dried-buds first for 30 minutes, and a second of 15 minutes, and will still collect 4-5g. I simply fold it up, stick it in the jar about 1/2 full of acetone, soak and swish, then shake vigorously. But your newest method eliminates that process, and placing the fresh cut buds and sparkle trim in the 220-container bag, layered with ice seems to be the way to go. Hope it helped, can't wait to see your concentrates! You'll need to buy or borrow at least a 220 micron filter for the vegetable material and a 90µ or 70µ bag to collect the resin heads. Hi Hydra-Glide,
How cold should the freezer be? NV099,yes, it's simple, fresh frozen trim-bud, produces way ,way more hash. Great you found the answer! Yeah, for sure, it'd be really nice if we could all afford to drop 4k on a freeze dryer, but not very realistic. Tim Alchimia Dani Alchimia They love the process and "bro-ing down" experiences that are rare-finds these days. ••••••••••••••
That's absolutely the most simple setup you can get away with, personally I use 2 x 220µ, 2 x 180µ, 2 x 160µ, 1 x 120µ, 1 x 90µ, 1 x 70µ, 1 x 45µ and finally 1 x 25µ so as you can see, it can be as simple or as complex as you like, depending on the quality you hope to extract. Since I want top quality in the first run, I don't even put bags below 73u; I use 220, 190, 160, 120, 90 and 73. If it was me i would make dry ice hash rather than bubble hash. Talk soon!! Hey Hash Baby, thanks for your comment and question. Hi and thanks fro your question. Thanks Tim! go through the bubble-experience will be a voice on our side. So, I found this nugget of wisdom on the net and wanted to share it. Over time, the oils and solids inside your hash begin to separate, often referred to as “buttering out”, and this can produce an unpleasant and inconsistent looking final product. Dani Alchimia Many thanks. I have a question about fresh-freezing. Hey Dani,
It just doesn’t seem worth it to add weeks to your rosin production schedule for no particular reason. Harvesting cannabis at its peak trichome development and terpene production allows the hash maker to harness the fullest potential of the plant. Many … 2019-08-11 I've taken a look at your set-up, pretty nice!! Add enough ice to almost fill your bucket to the top. Let them chill for 20-30 minutes and start the process. Hi Hydra Glide, Ice water hash makers have a couple different options when it comes to preparing cannabis material for the extraction process. A few things I'd like to add: When using fresh material, the resin you'll get is the stickiest material on Earth. I think the way to make the best hash is to stir gently and to run the material several times. Once you have your wet hash patty, throw in freezer. By shaking the bag you won't lose any 25µ trichomes, the holes in the mesh stay the same size whether we shake the bag or not. Easiest way to dry your hash whilst keeping color and not overdrying. I think I'll try that. I’m trying to figure out what my best course of action here would be... thanks! I have seen people bagging and freezing with an old freezer and a freeze drier before making the bubble hash. In an ideal world I'd still recommend drying it pretty well before pressing it into rosin. If you want to read about more advantages of growing your … The quality seems to be about the same as dried. 2017-10-02 Hydra-Glide I normally have a bed of ice cubes in the machine, put the buds inside and cover them with more ice.