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Best Micron/filter size for 99% ISO (RSO) Rick Simpson Oil


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#1 MJNJuice

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Posted 12 June 2013 - 01:24 PM

Hello,


This weekend I will be making an emergency batch of R.S.O. Rick Simpson Oil and I could use a bit of advise.


I plan to make this oil from 1LB of HIGH grade Cannabis, all top notch buds/flowers.


The strain I will be using is rightfully named CHEMO! Im not sure of the THC:CBD levels of this strain, I just know it is a nearly pure indica, great for pain relief and does have at least over 1% CBD.


I plan to make the oil with 99% ISO (best I can get my hands on) in a rice cooker. I have done this extraction method a couple of times with decent results. In past experiments I used decent shake provided by a local gardener. The results were o.k. , but have definitely left me with a few questions.


Mostly regarding rinse times and filter/micron size . Any and all advise and or suggestions will be greatly appreciated!



Questions:


1) What is the best micron size to filter cannabis/solvent through?


I have 220, 175, 100, 75 and 25 micron bags, also good ol' coffee filters.


I was thinking the first was through 75 maybe 100 micron? Then 25 micron for final.


2) How many washes? 2 or 3?


3) How long for each wash? Minimum and maximum time?


Thanks in advance!


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Posted 12 June 2013 - 08:27 PM

MJN juice: This may answer some of your quetions; Sorry, i don't have the time for a better one. Maybe, someone else will. :https://www.greenpassion.org/index.php?/topic/28012-prostate-cancer/page__pid__501640__st__150#entry501640

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Posted 15 June 2013 - 03:00 PM

we use cone filters made to filter hot grease. I am afraid if you used your screens it would allow some plant matter through and that would cause you problems so I would suggest using the coffee filters... Sean
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