Grow Journal of the Month: April 2017
I guess that depends on what you call normal. Concentrated Cannabis Oil(CCO) is the extracted oil from the trichomes of cannabis leaves and buds. The active ingredients in cannabis (mainly THC and CBD) are concentrated compared to the whole cannabis plant.Hi, I am newbie and I wanna know the differences between cannabis oil and normal one?
If 'normal' oil is cannabis oil sold at a dispensary, that oil will have a concentration of THC and CBD listed on the label. It will be more or less concentrated than CCO.
If 'normal' is heat and pressure extracted oil, what one gets from squeezing a bud in a straight iron, then CCO is a more pure form without as much chlorophyl and other 'green stuff.'
If 'normal' is the oil made with a Magical Butter machine(MB2), then CCO is MUCH more concentrated than MB2 oil.
For treating cancer and other serious illnesses, CCO is a 'pure' concentrate. If made from carefully grown small batches of marijuana, especially if organically grown, it is free from mold, bud rot and toxic chemicals that may be found in commericial oil. Dispensary marijuana is vey often not as healthy a product as quality homegrown. CBD oils, especially imported CBD oils and oils sold in places like gas stations, have especially poor quality controls and cleanliness standards - so the main reason to make your own CCO, (besides price,) is that one can produce a known high quality cannabis oil from known high quality cannabis.