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Edibles from mouldy weed?

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by sativasam, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. grokit

    grokit well-worn member

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    Does the cave happen to have a source of dry ice?
    If so, make some cloth bags...
    If not, I got nothing.

    Ethanol is what fungus excretes as a waste product. It would be like us swimming in our own excrement. It wouldn't kill us, but it may turn us into scary glow-in-the-dark underground creatures of the night.

    :zombie:
     
  2. 4tokin

    4tokin Well-Known Member

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    These days I just compost mouldy cannabis.
    It is not worth the effort to clean it up.

    In your instance I would be fronting the seller about it.
    I doubt you will get any joy but at least you can convey your displeasure with their product and for them to lift their game.
     
  3. sativasam

    sativasam NO SMOKING

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    Thanks for all the fruitful responses - I won't be consuming it!
     
  4. killick

    killick But I like it!

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  5. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    Is mold one of those words that the proper english spell different than the rest of the world, (like colour)? A mouldy is a torpedo in British Military Slang. Not trying to be a smart ass, just learning to spell. Doc
     
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  6. Accept

    Accept Well-Known Member

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  7. C No Ego

    C No Ego Well-Known Member

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    people have used isopropol alcohol to remove mold... soak the weed in it and then evaporate the alcohol..
    @Dynalowrider I buy trim molding at the lumber supply to trim out houses

    Mold vs. mould
    American English has no mould, and British English has no mold. In other words, the word referring to (1) the various funguses that grow on organic matter or (2) a frame for shaping something is spelled the same in both uses, and the spelling depends on the variety of English.


    Of course, the spelling difference extends to derivatives such as moldy/mouldy and molding/molding and to the verb sense to shape with a mold.

    Australian and Canadian English favor the British spelling, though mold is fairly common in Canadian publications.
     
  8. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    Learn something every day. Cool.I was trying to be funny. Doc
     
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