I don’t have a precise recipe. I have a 15mL glass tube and I usually add a gram of wax with 2-3 drops of diluent. Then stir stir stir with a lighter flame and if it’s still too thick, another 1-2 drops, rinse and repeat til it’s the consistency you’d like.
I know there is a video on YouTube on how to make vape juice with thc they used 120ml of vape base and they used 7 grams of decarbed flower they put the vape base into a jar and they put the bud inside the jar then they put the jar in to a hot water in a double boiler and they let it go for two hours then they put it through a coffee filter and pur it in a bottle how good this wat is i dont know but its worth giving it a try .i might try it myself actually
Brother, i succeeded in made a vape-able THC e-juice. The trick was using only PG!
The distillate easily dissolves and is showing no signs of separation yet at room temperature. ( 28 Degrees Celsius)
I’ve tried the following combinations in both, 0.8 ohm pods, 1.2 ohm pods. Using the Vaperesso Nano:
Only PG ( To test whether its PG that’s giving me the throat hit )
0.15g of 90% pure THC distillate and 0.85g of PG. ( Around 14% THC per pod )
Thing is i’ve come to the conclusion that THC distillate is the ingredient which is producing the harshest ever throat hit of vapes i’ve tried. The vapor goes in and when i exhale i can taste the THC distillate vapors sticking in my throat and mouth, then comes the little spicy taste along with the burning sensation in the upper portion of my throat and mouth.
I mean i’m not surprised i orally ingested some of the THC distillate and it had the same burning sensation.
What i trying to ask is does all THC distillate produce harsh vapor and how can we make this an enjoyable vaping experience. ( Something that people would buy )
I find it odd that the distillate would be harsh or create a burning sensation. It should, in theory, be almost pure THC.
As far as for a vape, the method above is what I’ve used. I avoid PG because there’s been enough fuss about whether or not it’s harmful that I pass it into “if I can avoid it I will” territory. Consequently I have only ever used the diluent and companion liquid terpenes. I think the terpenes create a good flavor that makes it saleable.
Re: harshness - having the wrong setting on my vape is almost always what causes my smoke to suck. I don’t have a very sophisticated vape - like a $20 one from the internet about 4 years ago - but it does have resistance levels, couldn’t tell you the real range but I vaguely think it’s 0.7 to 2.4 or something like that. Mine lives on the lowest resistance, also not particularly sophisticated in the science behind ohms so I don’t have a good idea why less resistance makes for smoother hits.
No, I use QWET for my vape creations. It’s waxy and dark - essentially THC earwax. Theoretically the same principal as distillate, just a bit less pure. More like 75-85% THC instead of 90-95% THC. that’s why I only use diluent, rather than VG or PG. I don’t know if it’s the wax consistency of the QWET or what but it doesn’t play well with VG and PG together.
I wonder if the hotter faster allows it to not burn as much byproduct - I prefer short hits to a long drag like a joint, so that tracks with less resistance → more heat quicker → easier to take a 1 second pull and still get something out of it.
Have you considered using the diluent instead of PG?
I’m thinking, to give the diluent a go but i donot have high hopes, for the throat hit, i think the higher the THC content, the harsher the vape.
Ill use disposable vapes with it too this time, with different features. ( Ceramic coil, 3.7 Volts )
Lets see what happens. People say RSO ( Rick Simpson oil ) is stronger because it has more of the minor cannabinoids and is more closer to the marijuana bud in comparison. Also RSO is aka QWET i think?
Final note, i just want a vape that’s stronger and doesn’t burn up my lungs.
Recipe for future use:
Full Spectrum CBD extract
Terpenes ( Cannabis derived )
That’s the closest to buds i think i can go. The ratios ill have to experiment with. Personal experience i’ve found CBD isolate vape to be more fun than THC distillate.
Yeah. Same thing sorta. I think RSO is usually where the QWET has been shaken to hell and back so there are more plant lipids and waxes than otherwise. Usually QWET is fast, extremely cold, and takes a quick but violent shake. I get much more RSO-like extract if I really beat it up, and more of a clean, less-green extract by keeping the shaking to a minimum and keeping everything extremely cold. So I guess to my mind, same ingredients, same methods, different procedure.
That’s the trick. @Nicky may be able to help when he has a moment. I think he’s played with vapes some.