How to Make Cannabis Vape Liquid Juice for E-Cigs
Step-by-step instructions to produce your own liquid marijuana tincture that can be vaporized in e-cigarettes and vapes. Extract the THC, CBD and the full range of cannabinoids in marijuana and turn them into an eliquid that can be used in a vape mod.
Why make 420 Vape Juice?
You may have seen how popular vaporizers and e-cigs are lately. Perhaps you’ve visited a tobacco shop and wondered if you can smoke weed in the liquid vape e pens. Some shop owners will tell you “no, you can’t”. Well they are lying to you. It’s easy to make your own e liquid vape juice cannabis extract that you can put in any vaporizer device that allows refilling of the cartridges.
What is Vape Juice made of?
Vape juice is a form of oral tincture typically made from glycerin or alcohol. The vape juice is usually infused with flavoring, nicotine or in our case marijuana.
Vegetable glycerin (VG) is an odorless clear solution made from plant oils such as palm, coconut or soy. Vegetable glycerin is the most natural option for vape liquid production.
Propylene glycol (PG) is a oily solution made from glycerin. Propylene glycol is found in sweeteners, soda pops, desserts and other edibles.
Our instructions use vegetable glycerin as the base for making marijuana e liquid. Look for 100% USP-food grade vegetable glycerin
Make sure to use only the food grade kinds, as you are putting this into your body. Research has shown both VG and PG to be regarded as safe. For more information read – Toxicity of the main electronic cigarette components, propylene glycol, glycerin, and nicotine..
How Potent is the Marijuana E Liquid?
The potency of the e liquid depends on how much cannabis was used, the genetics of the strain, the cannabinoid content of the cannabis, and extraction methods.
We suggest beginners start with our base guidelines and move up from there if more potency is desired. We will use an eighth of good sensimilla (seedless bud) to make roughly 40ml of medium-strength cannabis-infused vape juice.
Supplies and Ingredients List
- An Eight of the Dank (1/8th ounce of weed)
- Vegetable Glycerin – 200ml
- Measuring Cup – 30-200ml
- Mesh Filter or Cheese Cloth
- A Pot or Slow-cooker
- Syringe (1-2ml)
- Tincture Bottles
- A fork
- Timer that can do 15 and 30 minute intervals
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Prepare: decarb the weed first if desired, at least break it up fine and gather all your supplies together in the kitchen.
Step 1: Put the cooking pot on the stove-top with the burner on low and pour the e liquid solution in. Then add in your marijuana so it fits evenly in the pot. You may adjust them to fit with your fork. Leave the heat on low and set the timer for 20 minutes. Let this mixture sit and infuse. You may want to check it every few minutes or more to make sure it’s going well.
Step 2: Every 20 minutes for two hours, check on your mixture and adjust with more liquid or decarbbed marijuana if necessary. That means you check on it 6 times or more to make sure the consistency is not too thick, or is burning, etc. However, adding weed at a later stage may not be as powerful of an extract.
Step 3: After the timer, attend and gently stir the pot. Clean up any oil or weed ingredients which are lingering around, they will not be needed anymore. Stir a little more, being sure to evenly space the weed throughout the oil. The oil should be thinning out, and turning green or dark brown, depending upon the type of marijuana ingredients (it’s still going to work either way if the marijuana used was any good). Set the timer for 30 minutes.
Step 4: Pull the pot off the burner and filter the liquid with a mesh net or cheesecloth into the measuring cup. Use the syringe for putting the liquid into the tincture bottle.
Step 5: Enjoy! Now you can use your new homemade marijuana e liquid vape juice in your favorite e cigarette or vaporizer. Potency may vary, so take it easy when first trying your batch of liquid. Remember to keep your vape juice in a cool, dark location away from high heat and direct sunlight, as this may degrade the infused THC.