This Oil Will Remove Pain From Arthritic Hands in Six Seconds!
Tried everything on the planet and you've given up? Just living with the pain now? Well, stop it! Here's your solution! The following is a detailed account of how I'm currently making this oil.
Works on joint pain close to the surface in 6 seconds. It increases the depth and intensity of the pain relief over a 10 minute period, and then lasts for hours. It also reduces the inflammation causing the pain in the first place. This means when the pain management wears off, your regular pain levels are naturally lower due to the reduced inflammation. The inflammation reduction lasts for many hours longer than the pain reduction.
I'll put a drop on someone's knuckles and have them rub it in . I tell them a bit about the oil for 6 seconds, then ask them to flex their hand. The look of surprise on their faces is awesome every time.
I've personally never seen anything this powerful before, and I've worked with a LOT of cannabis products.
This is a Very Simple Method to Produce a Massively Potent Oil
You will only need a tiny drop, to cover an area the size of a bic lighter. (handy reference for size. lol)
You Will Need Clean Cannabis Roots
Not just clean of dirt, but clean of anything non-cannabis. No organic or non-organic pesticides, chemicals, excessive metals in the soil, broken down petroleum products, or other toxins.
Cannabis is used for phytoremediation, and it does a great job of pulling toxins and excess from it's root zone. It does an even better job of keeping these things within the plant, "right up to the day of harvest"(tm). Again, the reason it's great at phytoremediation. ;)
So you want to make sure your soil is clean of contaminates, or grow your roots in hydro. Either way, keep your input choices clean, so you make the cleanest and healthiest oil.
Step 1: Freeze the Roots
You want the water to expand and break all the cell walls in the roots. Should your roots be dry, be sure to soak them in water until they're fully saturated.
You want the roots to be completely frozen before the next step
Step 2: Dehydrate the Roots at Room Temp
Once the cell walls have been broken by freezing, we want to completely remove the water. This is an oil extraction, so any remaining water will have to be removed later. It's best to remove it now.
I have no idea what temperature these compounds can be destoryed at, so I make sure to dehydrate at low temperatures. Having a dehydrator with a heating element you can turn off makes things very nice.
Personally, I have a TSM D10 dehydrator, but it's a bit more expensive than is needed for this job. A low-end Large dehydrator will easily do the job for a small grow.
Alternatively, you can let them dry over time.
Step 3: Fill Your Canning Jars With Roots
Leave Close to 2" of Jar Space Above the Roots
During the processing, the oil will be boiling. We want all of the oil to stay inside the jar.
We're going to be pressure cooking these roots, so we use containers which are made for the job. I use wide mouth pint jars, because I can easily reach my hand in and clean them. Another good reason is breakage. Once in a loooong while, one of the jars will crack during a run. I would rather it be a pint of roots than a quart. ;)
Step 4: Add a QUALITY Olive Oil
Add Oil Until Roots are Barely Covered
Make sure you use a high quality olive oil, preferably a certified olive oil. This is not the place to skimp on quality. You want a high quality olive oil. Again, this oil will be penetrating deep so we want to be sure the body will not have issues with it.
Many olive oils sold in the USA are tainted with non-olive oils. These oils do not penetrate in the same way as olive oil. These oils are also not as beneficial to the body as real olive oil. I know my digestion is much better when cook with only certified olive oils.
Step 5: Pressure Cook at 15psi for One Hour
Please be Safe. Use Safe Canning Practices
I've canned a lot of things in my life, but root oil is a first for me. Still, it's a simple process and it does the job well. Again, I have a pressure canner which is rather large, a Presto 23-quart model. Any canner which will hold the number of jars you're using will work. Though multiple runs are not fun, this will also get the job done. The results are definitely worth it!
Put lids and bands on your jars, screw the bands down finger tight.
Add about 3 inches of water in the bottom of your canner.
Stack your jars so they will stay upright while the water is boiling.
I use moderate heat for 20 minutes until everything is warm.
Raise the heat high enough to bring the water to a boil.
Oil your gasket and place the lid on properly.
Leave the weight off.
Once the water is boiling and steam has been coming out the weight hole for 5 minutes, put the weight on.
When pressure reaches 15psi, lower the heat.
You want the pressure cooker to barely be spitting out steam.
Set a timer for 50 minutes.
When timer goes off, reduce heat gradually over a 10 minute period.
Turn off the burner.
Let the canner cool and completely depressurize.
The oil will continue to boil in the jars for quite some time. I simply let them sit in the canner until only warm to the touch.
Step 6: Remove and Press the Roots
Press the oil from the roots, and add it to the rest of the oil in the jars.
I consider this step very important. This step presses out the oil from the inner part of the roots. You'll be surprised how much oil you press out, and it would be a shame to waste it. When you're done, the roots are quite dry again without much of an oily feel.
I've been using a garlic press, because I donated my potato ricer years ago. (yes, it works, and yes it takes a loooong time to do a batch of roots. lol) I seriously recommend a commercial quality potato ricer for this. Non-commercial grade tools are not going to stand up to this abuse very much, so be warned. You may also want to pad the handles of whatever device you use. I put some serious pressure on both garlic presses and potato ricers during extractions.
(Please let me know if you have a great idea on an easier/better/cooler way to do this!!!)
Step 7: Filter the Oil
Cheese cloth, or a white cotton t-shirt will do a nice job of filtering the excess root matter from the oil. Personally, I use a buchner funnel and vacuum flask kit with a medium filter and a lab grade vacuum pump like this one. This allows me to suck the oil through the filter, removing all the fine root and dirt particles. This method creates the very clear oil you see in the photo.
I really do not know the specs on my vacuum pump, as it was given to me in a refurbished condition. I know it's still working well enough to barely get the job done, though not very happily. I'm definitely going to have to pick up a new one soon, since I see a lot more oil filtering in my future. lol
Stay away from hand vacuum pumps. This is oil and it does not vacuum very easily at all with a hand pump. Without vacuum, the oil will sit in the funnel and not drain.
Step 8: Add Enough Essential Oils for the 6-Second Effect
My ratio is almost 2:1 Frankincense:Lemon. I add enough essential oils for the olive oil to absorb into the skin very well, leaving no oily residue. I keep adding until the the oily residue is gone in around 6 seconds.
Yes, it's a lot of essential oil and it's worth it. ;)
Should you want a massage oil, I would try adding fresh olive oil to dilute it a bit. Just enough until it leaves the skin slightly oily, while still absorbing in over a few minute period.
A Tiny Drop Goes a Long Way!
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