Processing medical marijuana: how long does it take to use a bubble bag etc?
For use in cancer patients. Terminal cancer patients to improve quality of life. Stage four lung cancer.
I am a legal card carrying medical marijuana user and need to process it into concentrate to retain my appetite and keep the cancer as in-check as possible.
It has made a huge difference to my quality of life. I am fairly certain I would have died as my doctors all predicted last fall without the use of this. It has allowed me to be mobile and independent again and relatively pain and nausea-free.
Please note that I do NOT use this to get “high” in fact it does not make me high at all when processed. It just makes me feel as close to normal as I can possibly get at this stage.
I found out today that the local dispensary is no longer allowed to sell concentrate to cancer patients. Instead I learned that I must refine it myself and they pointed me to the process that they formerly used which is called “Bubble Bag”.
I have looked this tedious process up on-line and have no other choice but to do it if I want to maintain my quality of life.
My questions are:
Can I make a half batch? The raw ingredients are very, very expensive- I will be paying quadruple what I did purchasing the concentrate prior to this.
How long does it take overall- reading about it made me think it could take hours.
Any other advice or tips welcome.
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