Make hash oil at home
  • THC Extraction System

    How To Make Hash Oil At Home

    Step #1 Soak Your Cannabis

    Soak your marijuana in Pentane. It is best to store in a sealed container and placed in a cool place. Let your marijuana soak for an appropriate amount of time depending on desired final product. Find Out More
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    Step #2 Process the strained solution in our system.

    The processing operation is simple. First put your strained Pentane/cannabis solution in heated water. Next place the collection jar in the cold water container. Pentane will boil away and then collect in the cold water jar for reuse. Watch Video
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    Step #3 Allow Marijuana Extract To Purge Remaining Pentane

    After most of the Pentane has been removed pour extract into petri dish and allow the remaining Pentane to evaporate from you THC concentrate. Read Our FAQ
  • Step #4 Relax and Enjoy

    Sit back with your favorite smoking or vaping tool and enjoy your creation. Extract can be converted into other smokable forms. Buy Now Just $199.95

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A Brief History of Cannabis Concentrates

Marijuana first appeared in China around 6000 BC and was first used as a food and textile source. It was first used in a concentrate around 1500 BC. Known as bhang: it was made from cannabis ground into a concentrated paste, then mixed with herbs and milk or ghee , or was used as a chewy blob and then eaten. Around the 12th century hashish - chunks of concentrated cannabis appeared in the Mid-East, this became very popular. Hashish then made its way along the many trade routes in Asia and Europe, becoming a highly valued commodity.
Marijuana concentrates appear In the United States in the late 19th century. Using ethanol and alcohol the extracts were mixed with other herbs and sometimes sold as a "cure-all" for anything from baldness and typhoid fever to impotency and toothaches.
During the '70s and ’80s the U.S. saw vast amounts of cannabis grown for the first time. U.S. growers began to create the highest-quality Marijuana ever seen. Because of cultivation improvements and new extraction methods hash oil and other concentrate gained even more popularity.
California passed Proposition 215 in 1996, creating a semi-legal system which allowed cannabis to be grown. Concentrates now had a platform to be displayed and sold.
With more states allowing medical and/or recreational use growers with large amounts of non-marketable materials, such as trim and lower branch buds, found great value in these for creating marijuana extracts.

How To Make Hash Oil At Home

The OilXGreen thc extraction system is made to work safely and easily. Compared with other available systems the OilXGreen marijuana extract method is both easy and affordable.

  • You can reuse up to 95% of your pentane making your operating cost at a minimum.
  • Extract up to 100% of the THC in your cannabis.
  • Low cost to buy and operate.
  • Make hash oil, crumbles and waxes at home. Great for people who use vaporizers.
  • No learning curve at all. Some of the other system manufacturers need to provide PAID Training in order to operate their cannabis extract system.
  • Our system is made of components manufactured in the USA except for the German made tubing. We assemble the final product in our home shop in San Francisco, CA.
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Easily Extract THC to make Hash Oil, Cartridge Oil, Waxes and Crumbles from your own cannabis



 

 

OilXGreen

The best method to make hash oil, marijuana extract and cannabis concentrates at home!

  • Environmentally Green

    By reusing your Pentane you minimize your impact on the environment. Some BHO systems release the Butane directly into the atmosphere.
  • Inexpensive To Purchase

    Our extraction system costs under $200.00 (plus Pentane). Our system is the lowest priced thc extraction method on the market today.
  • Inexpensive to Use

    Your initial investment in Pentane may seem expensive to start out but this is small compared with the savings over other thc extraction methods.