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Great post, Strider! I was just talking with a guy the other day who uses the H2O2 method, but I was unsure of the full process, and now I know. Thanks!

 

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good info,ty 555

 

 

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I agree 100%.

 

 

However.... sometimes it's already too late and people need a way to salvage what good they can from their crop in order to have any meds at all to get them by. This should not be used as a regular practice. Steps should be taken to help prevent it from reoccurring in the future.


 

                                                                                                                                                   

 

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caz, i just finished cleaning mold from an outdoor harvest for softtouch. he used to throw moldy bud away, but has not for three years now. the first two years he just gave it to skunk pharm research for experimentation. now he pays to have it done. this year was particularly bad with mold on outside grows here in portland (and i hear everywhere). this process has restored his yield to pre mold status. he was totally stoked!

 

we extracted the moldy oil, then diluted it 10x in ethanol. once dilute it is possible to press it through a 0.2 micron syringe filter, which is smaller then botrytis or powdery mildew spores. once filtered, the oil is pristine and tastes so. he got a 23.7% return after 3x(one using vacuum) filtering!

 

some of the folks down south are just cooking it into the "RSO" to "sweeten"??? now that is ewwww!!!

 

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