This recipe is functionally similar to many others - what makes this one unique are the tools used for the procedure. Instead of steeping/cooking in a crock pot, I use a saucepan on a induction cooktop. Instead of straining through a cheesecloth or nut milk bag, I use an Aeropress with Able Disk Fine filter. I had some ABV saved up, and wanted to infuse some coconut oil, to use the resulting product as a topical and/or in edibles/potables. After perusing various methods and recipes, I decided to keep things simple and settled on a basic simmer-and-strain process. Just so you can picture what tools I'm using (if you haven't already followed the links above) here's what I use: + Here follows my actual recipe and procedure in full, including optional steps necessary only if using fresh herb. MrNaturalAZ's Easy ABV (or Fresh) Cannabis Coconut Oil 1 - (skip for ABV) Finely grind fresh cannabis. 2 - Place material in appropriate size saucepan. 3 - Add coconut oil to fully cover. (approx. 1 tbsp coconut oil per gram of material) 4 - Set temperature cooking mode. Heat at 180f for 6-10 hours, stirring every half hour. (Induction cooker may have auto shut-off after some period of elapsed time - mine does at four hours - so pay attention if it beeps. Just restart, remembering to check and set temp mode again if needed) 5 - (skip for ABV) Raise temperature to 210 for one hour to decarboxylize. 6 - Allow to cool somewhat, but while still warm and liquid, strain and press mixture to separate oil from plant material. Oil made from fresh cannabis will be about 2x the potency of ABV oil, and also have a higher THC/CBD ratio. An Aeropress with fine stainless steel filter works great for step 6, especially for smaller quantities, but a nut milk bag or cheesecloth also works, if a bit more messily. Finished product can be safely stored at room temperature, but some people (those in warm climates especially) may prefer to refrigerate it to maintain a solid butter-like consistency. Consistent temperatures are nearly impossible to maintain with conventional stovetop. I use a portable induction cooktop which has temperature control. Another option might be a countertop electric "multi-cooker" appliance that allows one to set and maintain a desired temperature. Enjoy! Any questions or comments are appreciated. I know I didn't go into great detail about how to use the induction cooker or the Aeropress, so if you need clarification of any of that just ask! If you try this recipe yourself, let me know how it works out for you.