AVB, or already vaped bud, is a valuable commodity for many cannabis consumers. Whether you’re looking to save money or just want to get the most out of your bud, there are plenty of ways to make the most of AVB. In this post, we will discuss five of our favorite ways to use AVB!
How to Tell When Vaped Herb Is “Done”
The first step in making the most of your AVB is to ensure that you are vaping it at the correct temperature. Vaped bud should be dry and crumbly, not wet or sticky. If your bud is still wet or sticky, it means that it has not been vaped long enough and still contains valuable cannabinoids. Most of the cannabinoids and terpenes in AVB are emitted into vapour after being subjected to temperatures as high as 227°C (440°F). Once the cannabis is light brown and dry, it is “done”.
1) Use Your AVB For Edibles
One of the best ways to use AVB is in edibles. This is because AVB already contains decarboxylated THC, which means it will be more potent than regular bud. Simply grind up your AVB and mix it into your favorite recipes! If you’re not feeling particularly creative, you can also just make cannabutter or cannabis-infused oil using AVB. This is a great way to use up small amounts of AVB, and it can be used in a variety of different recipes.
If you want to get really creative, you can also use AVB to make infused honey! Just mix your AVB with some honey and let it infuse for a few days. This makes a great addition to tea or coffee, and it’s also delicious on its own.
2) AVB Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a great way to make use of AVB, and it can be used in a variety of different ways. Coconut oil is an excellent carrier for AVB, and it can be used to make edibles, topicals, or even tinctures. To make AVB coconut oil, simply combine your AVB with coconut oil in a crockpot or double boiler. Heat the mixture on low for a few hours, stirring occasionally. Once it’s finished infusing, strain the mixture and store it in a jar or container. This infused coconut oil can be used in any recipe that calls for regular coconut oil.
3) AVB Tinctures
AVB can be used in tinctures, which are also quite simple to create. Simply mix your vaped marijuana with food-grade glycerine or ethyl alcohol to create a solution that can be applied sublingually for immediate effects or consumed orally for longer-lasting benefits.
4) AVB Topicals
Topicals are another great way to use AVB, and they’re very easy to make. Simply combine your AVB with a carrier oil like coconut oil or olive oil, and then apply it to your skin. You can also add essential oils or other ingredients to create a custom topical. This is a great way to use up small amounts of AVB, and it’s also a great way to get relief from muscle pain or inflammation.
5) Smoke Already Vaped Buds As The Last Resort
If you find yourself with AVB that is too dry or crumbly to use in any of the above ways, you can always just smoke it. While this isn’t the most efficient way to consume cannabinoids, it is better than nothing. Simply grind up your AVB and roll it into a joint or pipe, and then smoke it as you would regular bud. You may not get as much of a high from AVB that has already been vaped, but it will still be better than nothing. AVB should never be discarded!
AVB is a great way for many cannabis consumers to save money and get the most out of their bud. There are plenty of ways to use already vaped buds! Shop weed delivery and mail order marijuana at THC Collection online dispensary in Canada.