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mixing cbd distillate with mct oil

Sorry for threadjacking but I’m new to using MCT oil and have only found a few threads mentioning it here so far. Those seem to be about dissolving concentrate into MCT oil.

Now it’s just a matter of determining:

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Do I need heat, or would I be able to just blend it with lecithin and the distillate to get the same effect?

First experiment with MCT was with QWET concentrate. Used only gentle heat, swirled bottle in hot water for thirty seconds or so. Result was cloudy. MCT worked well for extracting trim. Lots of energy.

Do I need heat, or would I be able to just blend it with lecithin and the distillate to get the same effect?

So why mix your own CBD oils? Well it can of course work out cheaper but you can also have control over how strong your CBD is and plus as we know from mixing our own nicotine e liquids it’s fun!

MCT oil is usually clear in colour but sometimes has a slight dark yellow tinge. No taste or aroma. This carrier base is best if you do not like the taste of hemp and are going to have a flavourless CBD oil or add a flavour concentrate to your oil.

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