After consistently using this forum as a reference for multiple projects I have finally joined up and need some expertise. I made a tincture with decarboxylated bud trimmings and Everclear. Then added honey and in a double boiler cooked off the alcohol. err- well, attempted to cook it off. I am left with a thinner, syrup like honey that has a little burn to it, I could put it back in the double boiler [and I may..] but it's not a disaster as I often stir a teaspoon or two into my tea and can't really taste it then. The issue is that my honey has separated into two layers, the bottom appears to be nice clear honey, the top is dark green and opaque, can't tell if there's a difference in thickness. I keep it in the fridge and it pours easily. Before use I have been shaking it up and the result is a cloudy green honey. The effect of a teaspoon is a full body relaxation with very little headiness, great for relieving pain and day to day activities. It is not pleasing to the eye or palate and I'd really like to be able to make something closer to what I've had before- clear golden honey of honey consistency with a slight herby flavor and the same potency I achieved. What did I do wrong?/How can I make this better? Thanks in advance!