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Increasing Cannabinoid Potency with Lecithin & Vibrations

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#1 SkunkyAroma


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Posted 01 August 2016 - 03:56 AM

Increasing Cannabinoid Potency with Lecithin & Vibrations 





Many people discover Cannabis Oil, and it’s many processes to prepare it.  Then they discover the many protocols that have been created to administer it to the body.  The Budwig Protocol is one of many but holds a few very unique qualities that increase the bioavailability of Cannabinoids to the various receptors in the body.

This protocol helps your oil allotment go A LONG WAY.  Most straight ingestion or suppository protocols call for up to a gram (1000mg) of oil per day to help fight away late stage cancer and other life altering diagnosis, this is because cannabis oil can be poorly absorbed by the body.  The Budwig Cannabis protocol can use up to 1/10 of this amount and render the body fully medicated as the absorption of THC and other cannabinoids is increased and becomes water soluble so that each of our cells can absorb the active compounds readily. This is ideal when there are tumors or cysts that need to be dissolved.

If you are new to cannabis, use caution and start with very low doses of cannabis oil and slowly increase the dosage as you are able.

Even patients with a very high tolerance to THC from long term smoking and eating of Cannabis products can be rendered incapacitated by their first few doses of this lecithin & cottage cheese protocol.  Sleep is generally what the body asks for once the person ingests this amazing medicine.  Cannabis variety and processing procedure of the cannabis oil also has an impact on how you feel once the medicine is absorbed into the body. Sleepiness or herxheimer reactions may occur, but will ease over extended use and then the amount of cannabis oil can be increased accordingly.

Diet is also a major component of the Budwig Protocol, as it should be with any serious health program.  There are very specific types of food that should be avoided while fighting cancer and other health issues – Meat and Sugar being two of them.  Here is the protocol recipe below.  Please use the sources for further information.


Daily Dose Recipe:


10mg to 500mg decarboxylated cannabis oil depending on current level of tolerance

3 – Three Tablespoons of Lecithin (Sunflower lecithin is preferred as Soy lecithin could be made with GMO soybeans)

6 – Six Heaping Tablespoons of Cottage Cheese

3 – Three Tablespoons of Raw Flax Seed Oil

1/4 teaspoon of fresh cracked black pepper


The first phase of the process is to mix the previously decarboxylated Cannabis Oil with your Lecithin in a Large Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner for 30 minutes and let cool in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.  Remove and give 2 more 3 minute ultra-sonic cycles.


The second phase of the process is mixing  your Cottage Cheese with the Flaxseed Oil with a hand blender and adding one quarter teaspoon of black pepper and blend thoroughly and let sit for eight minutes after you’ve added your Lecithin mixture.


The third and optional step is to thin out the mixture with fresh juice, almond milk or a fruit yogurt.


Be careful with this recipe and protocol, we left out the Citicoline that the protocol says helps with the euphorant aspect of doing the protocol!



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#2 SkunkyAroma


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Posted 01 August 2016 - 04:40 AM

You could always just use the sonically-vibrated cannabis/lecithin mixture alone....  putting the mixture inside empty vegetable capsules for easy dosing and convenience.

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Posted 01 May 2017 - 01:06 AM

Why You Should Be Adding Lecithin To Power Up Your Edibles

Are you seeking an easy way to make your edibles more powerful? Well, a little supplement called lecithin might be your new best friend. Lecithin is a natural, plant-derived additive that can improve your body’s ability to process and absorb the primary psychoactive in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids. Here’s why you should be adding lecithin to your edibles.

What is lecithin?


Lecithin is a handy additive that helps things stick together. Lecithin is a phospholipid. Phospholipids are more or less fat molecules (lipids) with an extra protein attached. These types of fats are essential components of cell membranes, creating a type of barrier that helps keep things locked in tight.

When you add lecithin to your food, especially food that is mixed or blended, the lecithin molecules help trap and encapsulate some of the nutrients and fats, binding them up into something akin to a bubble barrier.

This helps makes nutrients more bioavailable to the body, which means they are easier for your body to metabolize and put to use.

Adding a small amount of lecithin to your edibles (one teaspoon per cup) may help adhere ingredients like THC-infused coconut oil to other, water-based foods, like a pasta sauce.

Typically, water and fats pull away from each other. Adding an emulsifier like lecithin helps these things stay consistently dispersed and bound up with each other.

Why you should be adding lecithin to your edibles


Since lecithin allows the fats and water molecules to interact with each other a little better, your body is more able to digest them. When making edibles with cannabis-infused oils and butter, adding in a little lecithin can help your body more easily access the THC and other cannabinoids.

In theory, this means that you’ll get more bang for your buck and better process your edible.

When making baked goods like cakes and brownies, egg yolks do supply a decent amount of lecithin. Egg yolk acts as an emulsifier that helps keep fats and other ingredients stuck together.

Most chocolate also contains lecithin as an emulsifier, which is perhaps why chocolate brownies have been the quintessential cannabis edible for decades. (To be fair, chocolate also contains compounds that can boost your high in another way.)

Lecithin is also a great thing to add to vegan recipes, which do not use egg yolks. It can provide an extra boost for those who want to increase the absorbency of the cannabinoids.

Since adding lecithin to an edible makes THC more bioavailable, this also makes the edible more potent. Less THC will be wasted by the body, so you can expect a powerful high overall.

For best results, place batters or sauces containing melted lecithin into a high-speed blender. The agitation helps the lecithin encapsulate the THC and other nutrients.

What is the best type of lecithin to use?


Unfortunately, not all lecithins are the same. The most common type of lecithin is soy lecithin, but this form is not considered high quality. Instead, soy lecithin is highly processed and extracted with hexane or acetone solvents. Soy can also be pro-inflammatory and mimic the hormone estrogen in the body.

Lecithin from egg yolk or sunflower lecithin is recommended. Sunflower lecithin is available online in both granule and powdered form. Unlike soy lecithin, sunflower lecithin is not processed using harsh solvents like hexane. Instead, it is cold pressed in a manner similar to olive oil and can be obtained raw and chemical-free.

Both of these types of lecithin contain choline, which is a vital nutrient that helps maintain cell membranes, regulate nerve and muscle communication, and aids in healthy liver function.

All in all, getting a little more lecithin from safe sources can improve your high and might even boost your health as well.

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