Thread: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by stayalive View Post

    Now THAT was fascinating!



    Sure wish I could understand what they were saying.

    I'd say it looks promising. Makes me nervous to see folks dropping trichomes into plastic bowls. Lol! Other than that it looks like a handy way to combine wash with decarb.

    I have things to get done, but I'll look closer later. Others will chime in, I'm sure.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    Now THAT was fascinating!



    Sure wish I could understand what they were saying.

    I'd say it looks promising. Makes me nervous to see folks dropping trichomes into plastic bowls. Lol! Other than that it looks like a handy way to combine wash with decarb.

    I have things to get done, but I'll look closer later. Others will chime in, I'm sure.
    sorry here the one with english text

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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by stayalive View Post
    sorry here the one with english text

    I have mixed reaction to this.

    It makes the process simpler to understand and follow, and no flame/exposed burner so safer. But it's not a "set it and forget it" machine. It still requires a fair amount of hand work grinding the herb, and they don't mention clean up, which can be a major chore. It does simplify the quick wash process partly due to smaller batch size (a minus for me but a plus for someone with limited physical ability), but if the cylinder works as advertised that would be a plus over pouring and filtering (and spilling).

    I do like that it controls temp to no more than 100 C. Risk of temp spikes after the water evaporates has been problem for me. On the other hand full decarb at that temp won't occur in 2 hrs. You may want to pre-decarb the herb in oven first. On the third hand I like having some THCa in my oil, but for treating active cancer I would want it fully decarbed (cajun warned that small amounts of THCa can interfere with THC.)

    My main objection is that it doesn't recover the alcohol. That's a small cost in a single small batch, but for the amount needed for cancer treatment that cost adds up fast. I love my countertop still.

    Overall it seems like a product for someone using small therapeutic doses. Wondering how much they charge for it.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by KingstonRabbi View Post
    I have mixed reaction to this.

    It makes the process simpler to understand and follow, and no flame/exposed burner so safer. But it's not a "set it and forget it" machine. It still requires a fair amount of hand work grinding the herb, and they don't mention clean up, which can be a major chore. It does simplify the quick wash process partly due to smaller batch size (a minus for me but a plus for someone with limited physical ability), but if the cylinder works as advertised that would be a plus over pouring and filtering (and spilling).

    I do like that it controls temp to no more than 100 C. Risk of temp spikes after the water evaporates has been problem for me. On the other hand full decarb at that temp won't occur in 2 hrs. You may want to pre-decarb the herb in oven first. On the third hand I like having some THCa in my oil, but for treating active cancer I would want it fully decarbed (cajun warned that small amounts of THCa can interfere with THC.)

    My main objection is that it doesn't recover the alcohol. That's a small cost in a single small batch, but for the amount needed for cancer treatment that cost adds up fast. I love my countertop still.

    Overall it seems like a product for someone using small therapeutic doses. Wondering how much they charge for it.
    interesting and helpful answer. I liked this idea/machine because it gives me the option to start with a few grams and not waiting to have 100 grams to give it to someone who will do the oil for me.

    here they are offering 2 different packages with the price seen

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