Holy Annointing Oil and Holy Shit.

Holy Anointing Oil and Holy Shit.

Hi ya’ll, please doooo try this at home because the results are beyond impressive! They are startling.

Not only does it provide psychoactive free rapid pain relief used as a topical, but with slight modifications, switch hits sublingually to combine pain relief, with a general uplifting to the spirits and relaxing of the body.

Head effect varies from noticeable in high tolerance patients to blasted in low tolerance patients.

Body effect varies from relaxed, to couch locked, depending on tolerance and dosage.

Who knows how old the recipe actually is, because the surviving recipe is from Exodus 30, verses 22-30:

22 Then the LORD said to Moses, 23 “Take the following fine spices: 500 shekels of liquid myrrh, half as much (that is, 250 shekels) of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of fragrant cane, 24 500 shekels of cassia – all according to the sanctuary shekel – and a hin of olive oil. 25 Make these into a sacred anointing oil, a fragrant blend, the work of a perfumer. It will be the sacred anointing oil. . . .
30 “Anoint Aaron and his sons and consecrate them so they may serve me as priests.”

FirstChurchof the Magi has since risen, who considers the Holy Anointing Oil a sacrament, and more of their thoughts may be found at:


From the standpoint of process, the perfumers of the time, would have put cinnamon bark, cinnamon leaf, and cannabis bud in olive oil and water. Boiled the water away, strained the oil, and used it in that form.

Eloquentsolution discovered Holy Anointing Oil on another forum pre skunk pharm, and did the math, discovering that the formula called for about 15 ounces of land race cannabis per liter of olive oil, regardless of what else was in it. Whoa!

After reading her post on the subject, how could I resist corroborating with making a batch and checking it out? Since they were using the landrace cannabis of the time, its actual potency is of course conjecture, but there are some clues in the process that they used and the MSDS on cinnamon oil, which says that greater that a 1% solution will burn our skin.

Cutting to the chase, we needed essential oils of the additives to maintain continuity of formula, since we were already using essential oils of cannabis.  I found the cinnamon bark oil, cinnamon leaf oil, and myrrh gum from http://www.newdirectionsaromatics.com/ and we have been happy with their service every since, though they aren’t certified as food grade.  That doesn’t mean that they are not food grade, only that it isn’t assured, and they are of course suitable for topical Holy Anointing Oil.

Alternative bulk sources for food grade essential oils for use in oral medications are:


and right here in Portland, Oregon http://www.essentialoil.com/.

I made a batch with olive oil, but Eloquentsolution switched her formula from olive oil, to coconut oil, because of coconut oils other salubrious qualities, among them medium chain triglycerides for faster absorption and more rapid passing of the blood brain barrier.  Another thought provoking coconut attribute, is that coconut milk is the only natural substance discovered thus far, that can double as blood plasma in humans.

Both of our first batches were impressive, but as Eloquentsolution’s was better, we’ve used coconut oil ever since.  She also continued to experiment and developed our current formulas for both Holy Anointing Oil Oral, and Holy Anointing Oil Topical, which have different ratios, and the topical also contains Emu oil.

The combination of the cannabis oil and the other ingredients seems to speed up and intensify the results and the whole appears greater than the sum of the parts.

At about the same time, I was also working on my cinnamon Cannapop lollypop recipe, and used a 50% mixture of cannabis oil and Cinnamon candy flavoring oil, from https://www.lorannoils.com/p-8313-cinnamon-flavor-cinnamon-oil.aspx

Because the mixture was so tasty, some of the skunk pharmers, who dropped by, started asking for a taste, and asked for it by the name of, “that good shit.”  I therefore named the mix GS, for “Good Shit.”

One day I decided to see if Cinnamon candy flavoring oil would ameliorate the slight after taste of HAO sublingual, and when it was successful, I named the mix, “Holy Shit”, or HS.

Here are the formulas, both fractionally and in decimals.

Holy Anointing Oil Oral:

1                  Part Cannabis Oil

1/3               Parts virgin unrefined Coconut oil

1/15th           Part Cinnamon Leaf oil

1/15th           Part Cinnamon Bark oil

1/30th           Part liquid Gum Myrrh

IE:      1/3 = .3 (.33333333333)

1/15 = .07 (.066666666666)

1/30 = .03 (.033333333333)


10      grams BHO Cannabis oil
3       grams Coconut oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Bark oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Leaf oil .
.3       grams Myrrh Gum

Holy Anointing Oil Topical:

10      grams BHO Cannabis oil
8         grams Coconut oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Bark oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Leaf oil .
.7       grams Myrrh Gum

1         grams Emu oil

*         Optional Arnica Montana and/or Jojoba oil

Holy Shit:
10      grams BHO Cannabis oil
3        grams Coconut oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Bark oil
.7       grams Cinnamon Leaf oil .
.3       grams Myrrh Gum
1         gram Cinnamon candy flavoring oil

We make these oils, by adding the other ingredients to the decarboxylated cannabis oil, while the oil is above 82C/180F, and stirring until well mixed.  Bottle and use as is.

For decarboxylation instructions, check out the tab on our home page, under that name.

Bon appetite!

211 responses to this post.

  1. Yes i do. At a fraction of anybody elses prices. Email me for more info.

    We ship a number of cannabis products for free worldwide.


  2. Posted by Steven Juste on April 16, 2017 at 7:14 AM

    Do you sell this pre-made?


  3. Posted by cristala on April 12, 2017 at 1:23 PM

    Huh? I don’t mean to be rude, but you took out one of the main healing ingredients altering the remedy which does not work the same way without it..that being olive oil. You posted as to why you changed it, but bottom line is someone with a scientific perspective thought they could “improve” it but now it’s not the original remedy any longer. Coconut oil does not have the same spiritual properties or historical use as olive and was obviously not used in the region. For it to be authentic it must be precisely what was used and made using the same methods as well. BHO not authentic either..try making it exactly as instructed with the old methods and see the difference! Peace 🙂


    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts Cristala!

      Spiritual properties are an elusive property and our direct experience trying oils, is that they both work and we’ve already explained why we chose coconut oil. For what its worth, it worked with all of the vegetable and nut oils that we tried, leading us to believe the oil isn’t the ingredient with the pain relieving qualities.

      For those seeking the elusive property you describe, I suggest making a batch using the original ingredients and methods for comparison. If your test panel can tell the difference, we would delight in you sharing the details.



  4. Posted by Jacob on December 16, 2016 at 7:00 PM

    Exodus 30:32


    • Context and perspective are important on this secular site, my brother Jacob.

      The proscription is because Holy Anointing Oil was for the Jewish priesthood, not for us’n lower lived common folkels. A patriarchal society at the time, where all were not considered to have equal rights, including even entering the temple.

      For those of ya’ll who don’t have the Bible memorized, 30:32 says:

      30:32 “Upon man’s flesh shall it not be poured, neither shall ye make any other like it, after the composition of it: it is holy, and it shall be holy unto you.”

      Of course it was the “priesthood” who recorded their “Lord God’s” proscriptions, whom they alone spoke for, and my personal creator (Great Spirit) has no such personal interests involved and loves us all equally. Both the fox and the hare have what it takes to win, but neither gets preferential treatment.

      As for the priesthood, let the record speak for itself! They range from deeply devout to the religion of their choice, to self serving pedophiles. They are just people, with nothing to suggest their words are sacred, or that they are all trustworthy.

      They were however the scientist and physicians of the period, so we can certainly learn from their fine minds and keen sense of observation, whether we ascribe to all their actions and beliefs.

      GW, aka irreverent Euro/Native American mongrel heresiarch, and resident heathen/gentile/infidel


    • On the subject of apricot kernels for cancer, do you have a link you would like to share with the readership?

      Have you researched it to insure that some religion doesn’t proscribe it, so we can be assured of not being “cut off from our people”, or going to hell?

      The job of telling the readership to be careful using cannabis has long been taken, and there is a lineup for the exulted position, but we welcome usable information on new cures for cancer?



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  6. Posted by Glenn L Fuller II on December 6, 2016 at 9:08 PM

    I’ve done it with QWET and its quite tasty and quite potent. Rather than evaporating the ethanol, I use a simple still, (bought on on amazon or ebay), to reclaim the ethanol. I stop the distillation at the moment the temperature rises above 150 degrees centigrade. Then I the mix the residue, (hash oil), in the pot with the coconut & cinnamon oils and continue to heat the hash oil solution until no large bubbles remain.


    • Posted by glenn Fuller II on December 17, 2016 at 9:42 AM

      Stupid me. I meant 150 degrees Fahrenheit, not Centigrade. And that leads me to a question. Why is the ethanol boiling off at 150 degrees and not 173 degrees?

      P.S. Also the nifty thing about this is that it’s a ‘one pot’ process that minimizes the loss of hash oil.


  7. Posted by Russ on December 6, 2016 at 8:29 PM

    Anyone trying making this with distillate instead of an absolute cannabis oil?


  8. Posted by Linda Goodman on October 9, 2016 at 9:52 AM

    I am caring for a dementia patient that I’ve been providing cannabis brownies to in small quantities this appears to help her for a short time ever I’m very grateful for the recipes that followed the story. My patients family are all for the cannabis treatment instead of all the pharmaceuticals she’s been given.


  9. Posted by Stephen Weglein on September 8, 2016 at 12:30 PM

    Sorry, I should have added that I wish to produce my own patches … not buy pre-made products …. I feel much more comfortable knowing what is in my medicine …. so I grow my own organically and carry out all phases of its production to winterized cannabis oil.


  10. Posted by Stephen Weglein on September 8, 2016 at 12:09 PM

    Hi …. I treat my hypertension with medible cannabis, and thruout the day, have it under control. I mix 10 grams of winterized BHO with 90 ml of organic coconut oil …. I keep it in the fridge, and take a ‘smidge’ on a spoon/under my tongue several times a day …. not super scientific, but it takes me from 145 to 120 …….

    My issue is at night …… the ‘smidge’ doesn’t last through the nights sleep (nor does increasing the dose), and I wake up between 140-160 systolic in the morning. so the question is ……

    How cam I make a slow release, or time release, or, ideally, a transdermal patch (to put the thc in my system, without my stomachs involvement)?

    Any ideas???

    Thanks in advance



  11. […] Grey Wolf at skunkpharmresearch publishes this recipe. Holy Annointing Oil and Holy Shit. Holy Anointing Oil Topical: 10      grams BHO (98% THC) Cannabis oil 8         grams […]


  12. Posted by Maudie on January 23, 2016 at 9:27 PM

    I am dealing with terrible pain from a non healing open sore due to cancer. I have tried everything I can think of to get it to heal but nothing has worked.
    I would like to buy your Holy Anointing Oil. Will you please contact me to let me know if this is possible and also the cost of the oil.


  13. Posted by Justin on October 9, 2015 at 8:12 AM

    What would happen if I used 10 grams of shatter vs bho?


  14. Might be off topic in a way but has cyclodextrin intrigued anyone else for potentials in cannabis??


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  16. Posted by Glenn on July 30, 2015 at 12:41 PM

    Where did you come up with the ratio of emu oil to hash oil/coconut oil in your external Holy Anointing oil recipe? I am currently working to develop a line of salves and ointments using a cannabis infused coconut oil and emu oil and am trying to find the optimal emu oil to infused coconut oil ratio for maximum skin penetration.


  17. Posted by Daniel B on July 4, 2015 at 6:43 AM

    Hey Guys was looking for anointing oils and came across this site, i do not believe they are edible to be honest, but they do smell great I believe come from the Galilee in Israel… http://eingedi.net/collections/anointing-oils


  18. Posted by henry sanchez on June 21, 2015 at 12:40 AM

    I have stage 4 cancer and have tried to look for this oil everywhere and it is so expensive to process and make myself I don’t know what to do….


  19. Posted by headymonster on March 29, 2015 at 12:05 AM

    i’d like to substitute MCT derived from Coconut Oil – how do you think that would work? as far as measurements…


    • Posted by headymonster on March 29, 2015 at 12:07 AM

      nevermind….i figured it out


      • Posted by wnewton on November 13, 2015 at 4:36 PM

        I am very interested in this too. I was getting ready to make some and it seems I would need 20+ grams of cannabis oil just to fill a one ounce dropper bottle. 1 gram of cannabis oil per 0.47 grams of combined coconut and essential oils seems very potent. I am making a CBD tincture for sublingual application for treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia.


  20. Posted by pastorg micheal jolaade on March 23, 2015 at 1:02 PM

    d God can selttle nigria case


  21. Posted by Herb F on March 21, 2015 at 11:48 AM

    Has anyone considered the high coumadin levels in Cassia(leaf) vs Ceylon(bark) cinnamon? Is the use of both oils here based on flavor and cost, or is it relevant to the medicinal formulation? Think I’m going to skip Cassia and sub just the bark oil


  22. Posted by Guerric on February 2, 2015 at 10:02 AM

    Hi there,

    Thanks for the recipe. I have seen a few online vendors offering DMSO-THC balms. Have you worked on that? I would love to hear about it.


    • Posted by Glenn on July 26, 2015 at 7:55 PM

      The Emu Oil in their Topical Holy Anointing Oil has a high percentage of Oleic Acid which has the same skin penetrating qualities as DMSO. DMSO has been on the FDA’s shitlist for some time and probably for the same reasons as cannabis, (there’s a lot more money to made in alternate products). If you are going to use DMSO topically, make sure where it came from. Never use industrial grade DMSO because the any crappy by-products in it will get absorbed into your body along with the DMSO and whatever you’ve added to it.


      • Posted by Glenn on July 30, 2015 at 12:15 PM

        Another MAJOR drawback to DMSO is the taste, I worked in a lab awhile ago, and had to work with the stuff. If you accidentally got some DMSO on your
        skin, everything tasted like Burnt Garlic for the next couple of hours. But the strange thing was that the DMSO itself had no smell at all.


  23. Posted by Matt on January 18, 2015 at 5:20 AM

    I don’t understand where the cannabis is in the original recipe. It seems that there was an anointing oil in the bible, and cannabis is being arbitrarily added? Cassia is an aromatic bark, similar to cinnamon.

    Why is the jump being made that cassia = cannabis?

    I’ve done a small bit of research, and it seems that most believe that cassia was NOT cannabis, and that only a small section of scholars believe it was.


    • Posted by nate on January 19, 2015 at 5:52 PM

      Cassia is cassia. Cinnamon is cinnamon. Myrrh is myrrh. But sweet calamus is a mistranslation of the Hebrew texts. According to many scholars, the original text read ‘sweet cane.’ The ancient Hebrew word ‘kaneh-bosm,’ which is believed to be the etymological root for ‘cannabis,’ appears five times in the Old Testament (Exodus, the Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel). It’s use is described as both an incense and an intoxicant. Furthermore, sweet calamus is poisonous to humans and would never have been used by ancient people in medicinal preparations.


      • Posted by Pyra on May 30, 2015 at 10:23 PM

        Sweet calamus is definitely not poisonous to humans! The root, when chewed, acts on digestion and such. Go check out Erowid’s website, he discusses his experiences with calamus. Calamus is also used in herbal homeopathy with no ill effects, and is good for skin related disorders. Not as good as calendula or plantain, but it has its place.

        The Bible is pretty clear on keeping a clear head; many admonitions against drunkenness and intoxication, both new and old testaments. Do you actually think that the Bible would give a recipe for priest’s getting ‘high’ with a Holy Anointing Oil? Seriously? Come on now…


        • Posted by Will on May 31, 2015 at 3:35 AM

          Anointing (correct spelling) oil is a topical preparation. Cannabis infusions for topical application don’t cause psychoactive effects. Cannabinoids appear to have anti-inflammatory properties and are able to relieve pain without the negative side effects of opioid painkillers.


        • Posted by nate on June 1, 2015 at 5:04 PM

          The use of cannabis does not necessarily equal intoxication. If the THCA molecule has not been decarboxylated it is not psychoactive.

          I have had my Holy Anointing Oil laboratory tested.
          Made according to the Exodus recipe, the oil contains:
          THCa (non-psychoactive): 1.03mg/ml
          THC (psychoactive): 0.34mg/ml
          CBD (non-psychoactive): 0.07mg/ml
          CBDa (also non-psychoactive): 0.58mg/ml
          CBN (psychoactive): 0.01mg/ml
          In cannabis terms, this is a very small concentration and anyone would be hard pressed to ‘get high’ off of it.

          Humulene 76.6ppm
          beta Caryophyllene 444.7ppm
          Myrcene 346.6 ppm
          Bisabolol 165.8ppm
          Pinene 164.6ppm
          Citronellol 10.5ppm
          Guaiol 237.3ppm
          Phytol 56.8ppm
          Valencene 28.7

          Do you think it is impossible to ingest a moderate amount of an intoxicant without ‘getting high’? Did Jesus not drink wine?


    • Posted by Mr Bob on July 7, 2015 at 6:31 AM

      I think the fragrant cane is being interpreted as cannabis. Cassia is being interpreted as cassia, which is a cinnamon like fragrant bark or some such.


  24. Posted by Ty on January 7, 2015 at 5:35 PM

    Hey skunk,
    Have you ever tested soy lecithin in your edible oils? And if so what were your results?
    I have used it when making suckers with bho and coconut oil, and I believe the cannabinoids are absorbed better into to your body. More bang for the buck some say. Since lecithin is an emulsifier, everything in the edible is absorbed readily. This is what I have researched, and some experiments I have done. So I do not know if this is fact or not.
    What do you think?
    And could soy lecithin help with the absorption with the topicals by chance?


  25. Posted by bongstar420 on December 25, 2014 at 12:38 PM

    Do I win a prize if my tincture treats people more effectively with 5mg of THC with a total of ~18mg of canabinoids and only the scarcest of chances of getting high? Yes, I intended on a minimal dose of THC and only included it because of patients incessant demands for it despite its complete lack of necessity in the majority of cases.

    Did anyone ever consider that the bible (or any religious/ancient document) might not be the best source for medicine? There is plenty of modern clinical research which demonstrates the pharmacological nature of most of the substances involved here, and I never once referred to a document older than 50yrs old to discover its nature.


    • Yes, you win the prize of self-satisfaction. But the point of the article was not that the bible might be “the best source for medicine,” or that it’s necessary to use documents “older than 50 years old” to find relevant information; but rather just to point out that cannabis has been used in healing for a very long time. It’s just something of general interest. You did fine, but it’s not a competition.


    • Posted by Nathan Klein on June 15, 2015 at 3:50 PM

      Dear simpleton:

      The BIBLE is the ORIGINAL source of the knowledge that you so self-satisfactorily cherish….as this article explains. God forbid that you give credit where credit is due.


  26. Hi, Can anyone tell me how I would modify BHO concentrate oil to take it sublingually? Any advice would help greatly! Thanks


  27. Posted by silverlithomes on November 25, 2014 at 4:16 AM

    Hi, I’m dying to know how to modify BHO concentrate oil to take it sublingually. Any advice will be great appreciated. Thanks


  28. Posted by Josh on November 23, 2014 at 6:38 PM

    HI quick question would 99% iso extraction be safe to use for making oral Holy anointing oil ?


  29. Posted by Deb Shilling on November 21, 2014 at 9:09 AM

    Hi, what would you advise in terms of dosage for a 72 year old woman (with cancer) who’s never had so much as a whiff of puff in her life! With RSO, they recommend 1/2 grain of rice per day and building up to 1 gm a day as the body starts to tolerate it. So, how many drops do you recon? Would prefer not to blow her brains out initially.


    • When the patients tolerance is unknown, we administer about 1/3rd of a average tolerance dose and wait four hours, to see what happens, because there are some ultra low tolerance patients amongst the average folks.

      With HS oil, that is one drop, which is about 33 mgs. Three drops are about 100 mg, which is about where the average person starts out building tolerance.

      You need to build enough tolerance to take nine drops, three times a day sublingually.

      Dr Melamede used 3X the concentrate concurrent dosage of Citicoline, to amelorate the psychoactive effects of the THC, such as discombobulation and panic attacks.

      We’ve also been successful helping build a patients tolerance faster, by increasing the ratio of CBC to THC closer to even, using strains like Cannatonic or Maui Bubblegift.


    • Posted by Jacob on December 16, 2016 at 7:08 PM

      How bout be careful. Cannibus might be useful, but Exodus 30:32. Have you heard much about using apricot kernels for cancer?


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  31. Posted by unclepete on October 19, 2014 at 5:37 PM

    Can you use this recipe with RSO? Also, do you put it back in the syringe? Or use a dropper for sublingual dosing? Thank you!


  32. I have made this from the actual ingredients and it works like nothing else in the world. We made a batch using the recommended nearly 6 pounds of cannabis and hence forth for the rest of the ingredients. I watched skin cancer melt away and new skin form, tumors in stomachs and throats shrink, skin conditions without known cures cured. I know the power of this. You can just use flowers or even stems and leaves to make the cannabis portion of the oils and it still works.


    • Posted by Lynn B on November 2, 2014 at 6:26 AM

      Patrick can you be specific on the process you used please? I also left a message on your FB page it is in “others” as I am not officially a friend. The conversion of the Biblical recipe and interpretation above are questionable I’m not sure Moses was making BHO LOL. I am very interested in your process and your results. Thanks Lynn


      • Posted by bongstar420 on December 25, 2014 at 12:46 PM

        There is a reason for a lack of actual medical papers showing the results claimed.

        It has nothing to do with a conspiracy.

        Many plants have similar effects to cannabis. THC is really a minor note in the story. Its mostly for recreational purposes as far as how many people use it vs how many have conditions which specifically need it and cannot be treated with something else.




        • Posted by Mr Bob on July 7, 2015 at 6:37 AM

          Bongstar are you familiar with the research on THC and cancer? Yes CBD has some previously unsuspected properties but THC is still the principal medicinal cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. And no you are 100% wrong, there is no other chemical present in any other plant that is quite like it.


    • Posted by Alli on January 3, 2015 at 5:37 AM

      Patrick. Can you provide the actual recipe and process please. I am a beginner to this industry. Blessings, Alli Allibyi2u@gmail.com


      • Posted by Nathan Klein on June 15, 2015 at 3:53 PM

        The process is outlined above. You don’t need special instructions from Patrick; just follow the process as outlined.


    • Posted by Jacob on December 16, 2016 at 7:10 PM

      How bout be careful. Cannibus might be useful, but Exodus 30:32. Have you heard much about using apricot kernels for cancer?


  33. Posted by wilron on August 11, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    Is there a video somewhere with the right instructions,where i can see how they do this? Thanks


    • Posted by Nathan Klein on June 15, 2015 at 3:53 PM

      It’s very simple dude. READ the instructions, and do what it says. You don’t need a video. Just READ.


  34. Posted by Joe C on July 24, 2014 at 6:54 PM

    Hi Skunker’z… I’m in the process of gathering the ingredients for HolyShit oil ;-)… I do have 1 question i’m hoping you may help with. When it comes to Myrrh Gum liquid, does that mean getting the myrrh gum granules & turning them into a liquid or is the myrrh 100% pure essential oil, in the link ok?? Thanks !!! http://shop.newdirections.com.au/epages/newdirections.sf/en_AU/?ObjectID=10310


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  38. […] tell me what ratios of winterized oil/cinnamon bark/leaf oils have worked well for you? From: https://skunkpharmresearch.com/holy-a…and-holy-shit/ Holy Anointing Oil Oral:1 Part Cannabis Oil1/3 Parts virgin unrefined Coconut oil1/15th Part […]


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  41. Hello,
    Long time lurker, 1st time poster. I cannot say enough about the quality of the info found on this site. Overwhelming at times. Great work !!

    I have a question about the Holy Topical. How much of the oil would be considered a single dose applied to the skin expressed in ml or mg ?

    Also, Have you tried various dilution rates for the recipes above? 10g of BHO to 8 grams of carrier oil seems quite expensive. I run a medical marijuana collective down here in Ca and would love to offer these solutions to our patients but it seems like the cost might be to high to make this practical.

    Thank you for your work in this field !!


  42. Posted by Free_TATU on February 19, 2014 at 3:05 PM

    I was super interested in this recipe (topical for my skin cancer patient) – I picked up the ingredients to make it –

    I have a bit of confusion as to the gram measurements – pardon me if I sound a bit retarded – but would I be able to take a scale and measure it out by the gram(s). I’ve looked up how to convert oil measurements – but I think that further confused me.

    I just needed some clarification – I cut the recipe down to 1/3rd due to the lack of bho – and it appears like a super small amount of topical compound to be had – luckily I started off with low quality bho.

    Also – if possible – would I be able to substitute QWISO concentrate for BHO prepared concentrate?

    Any guidance would be appreciated – thank you.


    • Posted by Nathan Klein on June 15, 2015 at 3:55 PM

      “I have a bit of confusion as to the gram measurements – pardon me if I sound a bit retarded – but would I be able to take a scale and measure it out by the gram(s). I’ve looked up how to convert oil measurements – but I think that further confused me. ”

      Use the numbers quoted above as *ratios*. Substitute whatever unit you like for grams; pounds, ounces, etc.


    • Posted by Nathan Klein on June 15, 2015 at 3:56 PM

      “Also – if possible – would I be able to substitute QWISO concentrate for BHO prepared concentrate?”

      Yes, of course. You can also just shred up the plant and boil it in the oil directly, if you like. For topical applications it does not matter. If intended to be taken orally, you might want to use BHO to improve the taste, but QWISO will work fine.


    • Posted by Jacob on December 16, 2016 at 7:07 PM

      How bout be careful. Exodus 30:32. Have you heard much about using apricot kernels for cancer?


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