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Opiate Withdrawal

In the course of providing oil potions to patients with various dis-eases, we've had some notable successes reported that we would like to share with you in the patients own words. Opiate withdrawal is one of those areas of success, so here is a testimonial from one of our first major success, followed by a day to day log from our last successful withdrawal on cannabis oil reported to us. The first is from a patient addicted for 8 years and using (3) 90mg morphine tablets a day, and the second addicted for 15 years to 60 mg Morphine sulfate per day and 4 mg Klonopin per night. The second made his decision to withdraw from the opiates, after switching medical providers and being told that they would not prescribe pain medications for him, as long as he used cannabis, unless it was a terminal condition. More at: /opiate-withdrawal/

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  1. redturtle984

    Azeotrope is easy to look up on the internet, but if true what this person is suggesting is that a ternary azeotrope exists between these substances then is simple to check; if these three do form an azeotrope then distilling them under standard atmosphere will not seperate them. They will come out of the condenser in the same ratios that they boil at, complicating seperation. Isopropyl Alcohol and water form an azeotrope known as rubbing alcohol. If you distill water and isopropyl alcohol then you get both back at the same ratio they were before because they form an azeotrop (constant boiling temp) rather than a non-azeotropic mix in which each component boils off at seperate temps. If the assertion that these three form such a combination is true then in order to use fractional distillation it must be carried out at reduced atmosphere. These are other ways to "break" an azeotrope too. For instance, if you want isopropyl alcohol in a form mostly free of water, you can add salt to the mix. The salt breaks the azeotrope formed between iso and water and the two will seperate into seperate immiscible layers. Try it. Very cool to watch happen. Alcohol goes to top by itself, and salt water settles to bottom. It is a simple way to cheaply obtain relatively pure iso from any grade of rubbing alcohol - just salt out the water.

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  2. redturtle984

    I have learned how to tease out the red color, purify, and control the general makeup of dispensary extract in preparation of running a cryogenic sublimator to attempt to photograph amber and red crystal formations of Delta 9 THC. I use isopropyl alcohol in the process which is fully removed. Isopropyl alcohol can be fatal in doses as little as eight ounces. My whole process prior to evaporation uses a tiny fraction of that dosage and is therefor safe even if exposed. I vape everything I make. The Cherry Red oil is by far the smoothest, fruitiest, and most pleasant body rush and mental focus medicine I have to date used - and I use a LOT. The reality of purifying the med this way is from dispensary to vape the process removes 25% nominal material by weight. Most of what is removed smells and looks just plain gross, but there is some transfer loss which can add up. It makes gleening fun though lolz. https://vimeo.com/171020414

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