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How to Make Cherry Oil – Cannabis Concentrate Recipe

Are you interested in making your marijuana-infused oil from weed plant material? We can not blame you! Making your cannabis oil is a beautiful way to create a powerful, medicinal, and versatile cannabis product. You can use it in recipes for edibles, topical salves, or simply for pure enjoyment.

Long gone are the days when the public thought of edibles when they heard the term “cannabis extract.” Cannabis concentrates and oils are now some of the most popular cannabis extracts. Many people even use CBD oil to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and optimize their body’s response to stress.

That’s why cannabis consumers couldn’t be happier with the cannabis oil concentrated on the market. But that’s not all! The better news is that you can make popular CBD oils like cherry oil at home! With the right tools, high-quality cannabis flowers, and a little patience, you can even try making other cannabis concentrates at home.

 

Cannabis Concentrate: A Thorough Analysis

“Cannabis concentrates” refers to vape cartridges, tinctures, oils, extracts, and capsules. CBD concentrates are among the most popular medicinal marijuana forms for people who don’t want to smoke cannabis. 

Concentrates, unlike cannabis flowers, are pure products that are free of plant matter. So instead of smoking cannabis, you can choose how you want to consume the ingredients it contains. Be careful not to confuse cannabis concentrates with cannabis extracts, as not all extracts are concentrates.

 

Cannabis Concentrates vs. Cannabis Extracts

People typically confuse marijuana extracts and marijuana concentrates. As we’ve seen, “concentrates” is a catch-all term for various cannabis-derived products. However, some cannabis extracts may or may not be considered concentrates, depending on how you extract them.

When making cannabis products, chemists may remove the trichomes from the plant using solvents (carbon dioxide or alcohol). When manufacturers make their products this way, we call them “extracts.”

Waxes are one of the most common cannabis extracts on the market. You can use Butane Hash Oil (BHO) and other solvents to make them. The extract can be a shatter, crumble, budder, or another form depending on the manufacturing process. Each of these categories, in turn, has its texture that makes for a unique and distinctive experience.

 

Cannabis Oil Overview

Cannabis oil is associated with many misconceptions, especially in the media. Typically, the many oils classified as cannabis products are mere “CBD oil” or “cannabis oil.”. Concentrated and isolated products are two other examples of this category. Some are used primarily as medications, while others are used as dietary supplements.

It’s critical to understand the differences between the many varieties of cannabis oil. For example, some oils have strong psychoactive effects, while others don’t. Some cannabis oils are used for cooking or making candles, while others can treat severe medical conditions. To clear up any misconceptions, let us take a closer look at this plant.

 

Differences Between THC and CBD

Cannabidiol is used by many as a natural treatment for several conditions. CBD (cannabidiol) is one of many chemical components we call cannabinoids. CBD is discovered in the cannabis plant, Cannabis sativa. Delta-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is undoubtedly the most psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis, meaning it produces the high we commonly associate with the flower. On the other hand, CBD is not psychotropic like THC.

So THC and CBD are the two main active ingredients in cannabis plants. CBD is an excellent choice for you if you are one of those people who want to treat pain without the mind-altering properties of THC or the additional adverse effects associated with some pharmaceutical drugs.

Now you know that cannabis oils are extracts from cannabis plants. When unprocessed, they contain roughly 100 active ingredients that plants have. Still, the mix of chemicals varies depending on the plants from which manufacturers extract the oil. 

If you use hemp plants for your CBD oil, your oil may contain many CBD. On the other hand, if you extract the oil from skunk plants, your vial will likely include a lot of THC (THC oil). As you can see, both recreational cannabis users and medical users can benefit from consuming cannabis oil. It all depends on how you use THC and CBD to your advantage! But what exactly makes this extract different from dried buds?

 

Cannabis Oil vs. Dried Flower

You may also want to benefit from the recreational or medical properties of cannabis without being observed consuming it. Yes, smoking cannabis does not cause cancer in the same way that smoking tobacco does. However, there are still potentially harmful byproducts of smoking anything, period. 

Users and manufacturers have adopted various methods of cannabis consumption as a result of these health and societal issues. Naturally, your preferred mode of ingestion depends on your personal preferences, as well as your treatment plan if you are a medical user. 

However, research shows that cannabis oil is one of the healthiest and most convenient ways to consume cannabis. Additionally, the amounts of THC and CBD in commercially-produced medical cannabis oils are usually well-controlled. This makes it very easy to calculate doses as well.

 

Cannabis Cherry Oil

Cherry Oil, often known as BHO, is a form of solvent-based hash oil (butane hash oil). You can make cherry or Honey Oil by extracting the active components of the marijuana plant, just like other cannabis concentrates. The most potent active ingredients of cannabis are found in dried and cured cannabis flowers (also called buds).

Butane is also essential to the extraction process of this hash oil. Butane is a strong solvent that extracts all the valuable terpenes and cannabinoids. So, the concentration of these active compounds increases dramatically after using butane. As a result, the effect of consuming Cherry Oil is much stronger than smoking a regular joint. Moreover, no plant residues remain in the finished product. That’s why the taste is so exquisite.

 

Cannabis Honey Oil

Experts use the same procedures for Honey Oil production as for Cherry Oil. That’s, of course, because they both belong to the same group: hash oil. Honey Oil is often used as a synonym for hash oil. However, its bright colour is strongly reminiscent of delicious organic honey.

Ultimately, what cannabis experts refer to as “hash oil” and “Honey Oil,” as in Cherry Oil and Honey Oil, is a form of butane hash oil. The consistency of butane hash oil is the loosest of all cannabis concentrates. Cannabis oils have a viscosity that is only slightly thicker than liquid. These oils are also very sticky.

 

Making Cannabis Cherry Oil at Home

Nowadays, our store sells a wide range of cannabis products, from premium Honey Oil to CBD tears. And while it’s much more convenient to buy high-quality cannabis oil like Mary’s Premium Cherry Oil from trusted manufacturers, sometimes it can be fun to make your own. 

We know how satisfying it is to grow your cannabis and then make your own Cherry Oil. It’s less expensive than buying it from a store, and you can be sure that no dangerous chemicals or preservatives have been added.

Besides, hash oils are becoming more and more popular, just like Cherry Oil and Honey Oil. Of course, people are also interested in making their cannabis oil at home! If you have jumped on the DIY cannabis bandwagon, this is an excellent recipe for those of you who want to make your cannabis oil. It’s straightforward and takes very little time. Soon you’ll learn how to make your own Cherry Oil and Honey Oil at home.

 

Cherry Oil Recipe

Cannabis hash oil is easy to make; all you need is some patience and high-quality cannabis. We recommend using fresh and high-quality extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil. Canola and vegetable oils will also work, but why spoil your final product?

Marijuana Cherry Oil Ingredients include:

 

  • Two cups extra virgin olive oil/coconut oil
  • Finely ground buds, 14 to 12 ounces

 

Cannabis Oil Instructions: 

  • Simmer the oil and buds over low heat for 30-40 minutes. Maintain a temperature of about 200 degrees Fahrenheit; never exceed 300 degrees.
  • Allow only tiny bubbles to form on the surface of the mixture rather than letting it boil.
  • The ingredients in the container should be mixed gently with a wooden spoon or chopstick.
  • Once prepared, keep it in the refrigerator.

 

Honey Oil Recipe

Winterization removes unwanted components such as plant waxes, lipids and chlorophyll from the Honey Oil. This makes the oil much cleaner and clearer. Cherry Oil is much darker than honey because it bypasses the winterization process. It is more like molasses than honey. 

So if you miss the winterization stage, you will end up with Cherry Oil rather than Honey Oil. Did you know that hash oil and Honey Oil are essentially the same? On the other hand, hash oil was the first and was given Honey Oil’s non-technical name. Since hash oil has a beautiful amber colour that resembles honey, hash oil was dubbed Honey Oil.

Here is everything you need to make Honey Oil at home.

 

  • Marijuana (cannabis) (10-20 grams for best results)
  • Isopropyl alcohol 
  • Refrigerator 
  • Baking sheet 
  • Mason jar 
  • Coffee filter papers or mesh bags
  • Knife (or another sharp tool)

 

Honey Oil (Hash oil) Instructions:

Winterization is the first step. Freeze the cannabis and isopropyl alcohol for at least 24 hours (separately). If you like, you can use all the plant material, the premium blooms, or just the sweet leaf and your popcorn bud.

Remove the cannabis and isopropyl alcohol from the freezer after 24 hours. If you haven’t already, put the cannabis in a Mason jar with a lid and then pour the isopropyl alcohol into the bottle with the cannabis. Pour enough isopropyl alcohol over the cannabis to cover it completely.

Shake the jar vigorously for 30 seconds.

Pour the cannabis and isopropyl alcohol through a coffee filter or mesh bag into a casserole dish.

Wait for the isopropyl alcohol to evaporate before proceeding altogether. This can take 1 to 2 days. If you have a fan and a small heater, you can shorten the time to a few hours. You do not need to put the casserole dish in the oven or low heat. The oil will evaporate on its own, even without the extreme heat!

Scrape the excess oil out of the pan with a knife. After all the alcohol is evaporated, transfer it to a container. The Honey Oil is now yours!

 

Making Cannabis Concentrate Oil

By making your cannabis oil, you save time and money by not visiting a dispensary when you are in the mood. Just take some cannabis flowers on hand and make your extract – it could not be easier.

Aside from convenience, affordability is another big reason many cannabis concentrates consumers make their extract at home. Shatter can cost anywhere from $60 to $100 per gram, depending on where you buy it and how good it is.

Other extracts, like resin and budder, are priced in the same range. So why not make it yourself at home? If you are interested, you’ll first need to learn the best extraction process before preparing the actual recipe.

 

Cannabis Concentrate Extraction 

You could spend hours on YouTube watching various DIY videos on extracting cannabis oil with alcohol. There seems to be a unique method for everyone, which in the end probably works similarly. Of course, you only have to read a few user comments on the YouTube videos we mentioned earlier to get expert advice on cannabis extraction with alcohol. 

There are a lot more marijuana extraction gurus out there than we realize. But all kidding aside, making cannabis concentrate with alcohol is a simple process. You can do this experiment with a few common household ingredients, most of which you may already have.

The primary purpose of any extraction is to extract all the sticky resin and potent cannabinoids/terpenes from the plant to produce a much more concentrated product. Dry sift extraction makes this technique possible, physically knocking the trichomes off the bud and processing them into kief. You may even be unaware that you are using a unique extraction process called “dry sifting.”

In a grinder, there are usually three chambers for grinding marijuana. The ground flower ends up in the second chamber, where it rests on a sieve that leads to the third chamber. This sieve allows the small, sticky fragments of the crushed bud to pass through and collect in the final chamber. This is kief, and it is much more potent than your average bud.

 

Benefits of CBD Oil & CBD Concentrate 

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is an effective anti-seizure medication available by prescription. Recent scientific research suggests it may help with chronic pain and anxiety symptoms, which is why CBD oil concentrate is getting a lot of attention in the health and wellness industry.

Food and Drug Administration approval of CBD products is currently restricted to Epidiolex, a prescription oil. The FDA has approved CBD oil to treat two types of epilepsy.

While CBD is still being studied as a treatment for several conditions, including Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and anxiety, there is insufficient evidence supporting its benefits. But the results are already promising! Let’s review the main advantages of CBD oil.

 

Pain Relief

The endocannabinoid system is a specialized physical system in the human body that regulates several chemical processes. These include sleep, hunger, pain perception, sexual feelings, and immune system response. Endocannabinoids are endogenous neurotransmitters that connect to cannabinoid receptors in the nervous system.

Research has shown that CBD relieves chronic pain by altering endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters. Some evidence suggests that CBD may be useful for certain forms of pain, such as nerve and back pain, when used alone. However, it appears to be most effective when combined with THC.

 

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

In individuals with MS, both THC and cannabidiol have been shown to help with pain, muscle tension, and urinary frequency. Outside the United States, this substance is used in over 25 countries. However, the evidence for the effectiveness of cannabidiol in treating symptoms of multiple sclerosis when used alone is unclear. 

Preliminary studies suggest that applying a cannabidiol spray under the tongue can improve pain and muscle stiffness in MS patients. But it doesn’t help improve muscle spasms, fatigue, bladder control, mobility, overall health, or quality of life.

 

Cancer Symptoms

CBD can improve some cancer-related symptoms and side effects associated with cancer therapy, such as nausea, vomiting, and pain. A study examined the effects of CBD and THC in 177 patients who suffered from cancer-related pain and had not experienced relief from sedative medications.

Compared with patients who received only a THC extract, those who received an extract with both components experienced a significant decrease in symptoms. A review of five studies found evidence that Sativex may help some people with cancer-related symptoms.

If you have cancer and want to use CBD or other cannabis-derived products, you should talk to your doctor first. These products may not be suitable, safe, or effective for all cancer patients.

 

Blood Pressure

Some studies have linked CBD to several cardiovascular benefits, including the potential to lower high blood pressure. Doctors have linked high blood pressure to a higher risk of strokes, heart attacks and metabolic syndrome, among other health problems.

Investigations show that CBD oil can help people with high blood pressure. Nine healthy men were given 600 mg of CBD oil in a brief survey. Compared to a placebo, CBD therapy lowered blood pressure at rest.

The researchers also subjected the men to stress tests, increasing blood pressure. Surprisingly, the men’s blood pressure increased less than expected in response to these tests after only one dose of CBD.

 

Other Cannabis Oil Benefits

Aside from the above health conditions, scientists are still investigating the potential of CBD in treating various diseases. So far, there is enough evidence to support the therapeutic effects of CBD, including the following health benefits. However, more research is needed:

Antipsychotic properties. Studies suggest that CBD seems to help people with schizophrenia and other mental illnesses by relieving psychotic symptoms.

Substance abuse withdrawal symptoms. CBD may help those addicted to certain substances, such as heroin, feel less anxious and depressed.

Glioblastoma patients may be able to live longer. Recent research suggests that a combination of CBD and THC may help some patients with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer, live longer, but more research is needed.

Possible improvement in sleep. Some studies suggest that CBD may help people sleep better, but more research is needed.

 

Final Thoughts

Cannabis consumers are more creative than ever, especially when making their cannabis oils. These oils are easy to make. You only need two ingredients to make CBD oil: Cannabis plant material and a carrier oil like coconut oil. The result is a rich, herbaceous oil with relaxing, anti-inflammatory properties.

Of course, there is ongoing research on CBD oil and its potential role in alleviating the symptoms of many common and rare health conditions, including anxiety and neurological disorders. In addition, it could improve heart health and help relieve certain forms of pain, like back pain.

This article may have helped you make your hemp oil at home. If you liked this recipe, we are sure you’ll enjoy our other types of oil, so don’t forget to check them out!