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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."

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

http://diversesanctuary.over-blog.com/article-35008225.html

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 ever 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:

http://www.lalaessentialoils.com/natural-essential-oils.html#A 

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)

Therefore:

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!

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    1. Skunk Pharm Research,LLC

      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

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      1. Jer

        Yes and those restrictions are OLD TESTAMENT! New Testament James 5 anointing the sick and prayer of elders is mentioned. Jesus also instructs his disciples to go out and heal the sick

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    2. Skunk Pharm Research,LLC

      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? GW

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  1. Linda Goodman

    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.

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  2. Guerric

    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.

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  3. Paul Nunyabiznus

    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 !!

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  4. Scott

    In your recipe it says to use myrrh gum. Is that actual myrrh gum "tears" (that will need to be reduced to liquid) or do you mean the already extracted and distilled liquid form?

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    1. Scott

      Found it on earlier reply from a post way back. Thanks! I see your recipe calls for the already distilled essential oil. I bought a few pounds of myrrh tears, cinnamon bark, and cassia as well as the liquid concentrates of each, just in case. Playing with about 7lbs of bomb that I'm using to create the anointing oil, and by bomb I'm talking about some of Cali's top flowers in nugg form. Figured I would use coconut oil after I played around with olive oil a few times and now I know after reading this that my intuitions were correct. Thanks for the info as it re-affirms my research and keeps me moving in the right direction. 1st batch I made with no heat. Used well cured buds, which should allow for proper decarboxylation. It's been sitting in olive oil for about 10 days. Going to let it infuse for another few days before I filter and try some. Only time will tell. Wanted to make some with no heat first just in case the THCA has better anti inflammatory properties, because I'm making this for my mother whom is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Let u guys know the results. Also ate a gram of wax about 20 mins ago to see if I feel the THC from it. Why? Wanted to see if decarboxylation took place during my low temp purge. The wax is really some, if not the best around. Made it to replace RSO but was obviously concerned about decarboxylation. If I have no THC affects then I will pre decarb my nuggs in a controlled 200 degree environment for 2 hrs. I will do this for the oral BHO vs RSO. The stuff that gets smoked doesn't matter because the decarb happens regardless at that point but for oral meds this may be necessary.

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      1. Scott

        Didn't really feel anything from the gram of BHO I ate. Obviously not enough sufficient carboxylation to feel the physiological effects. Guess decarbing at higher temp is a must.

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  5. John Bull

    FYI: "An ancient wine cellar, believed to be the oldest discovered so far, has been uncovered by a team of U.S. and Israeli archaeologists. The cellar, found among the ruins of a palace in Tel Kabri, Israel, dates back almost 4,000 years. The team of international experts believe the 2,000 litres of fine wine was made by ancient Canaanites in 1,700 B.C. who flavoured the wine with cinnamon, mint, honey and psychotropic resins....." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2511820/Is-worlds-oldest-wine-cellar-Jars-containing-remains-mixture-4-000-years-ago-hint-recipes-using-cinnamon-mint-honey.html

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  6. kaynine

    hello skunk pharm. i appreciate the work you guys do and the information you provide through your research. i understand that your main focus is on medicinal use and i too am most interested in that aspect of cannabis (although i mainly use for recreational purposes myself). however, i would like to attempt to replicate "biblical" anointing oil as accurately as possible and some of your information doesn't seem to add up to me. perhaps you have modified the recipe to what has worked the best? i am trying to make sense of the following. 1. if the original method involved boiling oil and water with the other ingredients in it, would that not extract both polar and non polar compounds? 2. your recipe calls for 10 grams of cannabis extract per 3 grams of (carrier) oil. the biblical recipe calls for (by my research) 6.25 lbs of cannabis per 5.7 liters of olive oil. since i seem to get about 4 grams of cannabis extract from 1 ounce of bud (that is 25%) i would think that 10 grams of cannabis extract would require 81 ml of oil (6.25 lbs X 0.25 = 700 grams cannabis extract in biblical recipe, reduced to 10 grams would be a reduction of 70 times. 5.7 liters / 70 = 81ml). 3. as i understand it, when essential oil is extracted from cinnamon the yield is about 0.5%-1.0%. if i were to assume a 1.0% yield from both cinnamon and cassia and then reduce that by a factor of 70, it would give me a quantity of 0.4 grams and 0.8 grams respectively. 4. myrrh gum is listed as 12.5lbs in the original recipe, which would make a reduced quantity of 80 grams. 5. you mention "land race" cannabis. i assume that the cannabinoid (specifically thc) content would have been lower then most cannabis grown today and am wondering how this affects the accuracy, also whether just the flowering tops or the entire plant was used. therefore it would seem that (by my calculations, and please correct me if i am wrong) an accurate recipe using essential oils reduced by a factor of 70 would be.... 81 ml olive (carrier) oil, 10 grams cannabis extract, 0.4 grams cinnamon, 0.8 grams cassia, and 80 grams myrrh gum. or just use the raw materials, add it to the oil and water. boil the water off and strain. it seems that this method would extract more plant compounds and offer something that using essential oils may not contain. in no way am i trying to criticize your recipe, in fact i respect your opinion and would appreciate your input.

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    1. skunkpharmresearch

      Hi, kaynine, I knew someone eventually would ask these questions. The original data resides on a website that banned most of Skunk Pharm so I am unable to obtain precise data for you. 1 You are correct, you will extract both polar and none polar. That is one of the many reasons we seldom reflux along with the lack of strength. 2 This recipe was formulated six years ago when I first started caring for my Alzheimer's mom and needed to extract. Methods were primitive and yields low. also, we were not aware of strain specificity and it's importance with respect to yield. Cali mist was the strain used for this formulation. Furthermore, the original perfumers process in the bible is much weaker the the Aramaic recipe I followed, as you point out. Once the notion of concentrated Holy Anointing Oil came to mind, I was on a roll and did not think to challenge the contents of the recipe with the bible. 3. I used mathematical ratios to calculate percentage of other essential oils. 4. I reduced the amount of myrrh for culinary reasons. 5' Since there is no way to calculate the difference in strength today vs. ancient times, though we know it is great, I stayed true to the math. Keep in mind, I was formulating large doses of cannabis concentrates for my late stage Alzheimer's mother, who took two grams of oil per day, so it made no sense to further dilute. Most every Holy Anointing Oil formulation I have seen is far more dilute then my RX strength. Respectfully, Carla aka ES

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      1. kaynine

        thank you for your reply. in regards to my question about polar and non polar i am a little confused. everywhere i have looked i see that a non polar extraction is desired and the only reason seems to be because chlorophyll is undesired. i have been told (perhaps incorrectly) that some chlorophyll is good for us but i also understand that high concentrations can cause digestive upset. i feel that many great advancements have been made in cannabinoid profiling and learning how they function together (opposed to the old way of thinking that thc is all that matters). i was wondering if there are other polar compounds present in cannabis that could be viewed as beneficial?

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        1. skunkpharmresearch

          There really isn't polar and non polar as much is there is a continuum starting at not very polar and extending to highly polar. We just conveniently say that anything with a dielectric constant higher than 15 is considered polar. Besides the terpenes, including the diterpene cannabinoids, some chlorophyll has salubrious qualities, but I haven't seen a study identifying what else might.

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  7. loveAndTolerabce

    Hi skunk pharm ! What do you think of using bubble hash and honey to make a natural tincture ? My thought are that I can use bubble hash to avoid chlorophyll and use honey because it s delicious and have an infinite shelf life. My idea is to melt the bubble in the honey until it melts @180 F and to decarb 20min@250 . do you think it will work ?

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    1. skunkpharmresearch

      The bubble hash still has a lot of cellulose material included, so you will still need to filter afterwards. It will take longer than you might imagine to fully dissolve the bubble hash, even with vigorous stirring and honey is limited in how much oil resin it can hold.

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      1. loveAndTolerabce

        Hello ! Ok thank you for your answer ! Maybe I am going to dissolve hash in some coconut oil before mixing it with honey. So @180 F in coconuy and decarb 20min@250 and finally mixing with honey ?

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        1. c

          I would wash the active ingredients out of your bubble using everclear. Then I would winterize it for 2 days in the freezer and filter out any waxes,etc. Then evap off most of the alcohol and decarb it till most of the lil bubbles/co2 are gone. Then you could mix that into the honey with excellent results.To wash the bubble just put it in a jar with some everclear and shake it some. After a while of shaking it/not long let it stand. The active parts float to the top and can be poured off carefully. Repeat this till the stuff on top turns from a nice purple red to a dirty orange brown. At this point your bubble should be reduced to 2 % or less active and the red liquid you have been pouring off AND COLLECTING is a pure elixir that only needs a lil filtering to being a pristine absolute oil.

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          1. loveAndTolerabce

            Hi ! thank you ! It is interesting but I d prefer not using everclear as I feel not confident about evaporting alcohol, even slowly. The idea of using bubble hash for me is That It prevents for having too much chlorophyl that irritate my stomach. Also, I was hoping using honey for it s shelf life and taste. But if it works to use coconut oil to dissolve THC from bubble hash, I am going to do this. I really don't want to use everclear or butane. However, your site is the best ! The most interesting and reliable on the subject !

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  8. Steve Weglein

    Hi all, and thanks again for the superb information. I am wondering whether you think that for making HS, and HAO, that Absolute oil is the way to start? The reason I ask is that with a QWET extraction there would be some more terpenes and other beneficial substances that might be of value? Or do the impurities included with a QWET extraction negate any possible benefits of those 'other' terpenes?

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  9. Ommp Payit Forward

    Hi, Fee free to delete this. I know it's in the wrong thread. But I just needed to thank ES for showing so much compassion. I am not sure yet how my gratitude will be used to thank you yet and your friends. I love all of you. ES most. lol Even ole GW. . Oh big post script nite one of only using medication. No smoking Super man I feel better than I have in years folks. To get the best help on the net. In the NW sadly. But hey i think they teach it all. . Okay Back to TY ES C U l8ter :) Bonsai

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  10. IMO

    have you guys considered using DMSO[dimethyl sulfoxide] for topical application? ive been meaning to try it myself but havent yet had a chance. seems to present interesting possibilities, not sure id want to use it in combination with haot but just coconut oil and bho would probably be fine.

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    1. skunkpharmresearch

      Yes we have considered it, but the transdermal cannabinoids work so well in our HAOT, that we haven't experimented with it. We deemed it unnecessary, and don't like the taste it leaves in our mouths, even when we rub in on our foot. Having said that, I've read accounts by others lauding DMSO and cannabis essential oils. If you try it, we would be interested in your experience!

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      1. IMO

        cool, look forward to givin' your recipe a try, ill let you know if i end up using the DMSO. ideally i'd love to avoid it myself- stoked to hear you've found the absorption from cannabinoids effective enough.

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  11. Marlene Jarrell

    I have noticed that when I use my cream at night and put it everywhere I always wake baked. No need for the pipe in the early am. No wake and bake needed either. I just love this stuff Carla....I still have not been able to use your very cool reciepe right here but some day Im sure going to give it a shot. Cant wait to start your group too. Marlene

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    1. skunkpharmresearch

      yes Marlene, this is by me, carla, aka, eloquentsolution. and, yes, you can use bud to make the oil or as you mention, vaporized left overs. said left overs will make a more sedative medicine, better suited for a night use, depending upon the constitution of the patient. one can also use leaf or stems to make the oil, which will also be more sedative, especially the stem oil. the source of oil is dependent upon the desired outcome and material on hand. we have found the oil to be strain specific in effects just as it is with smoking flowers. for a time i kept vaped left overs separated by strain. the results were sedative anyway so in the end, i extracted them together and used them all for night meds. ES

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