There is a friend with an associate in the eastern park of the country who is making incredibly dank candies. Apparently, the fella making these things is purging the chloraphyll from the butter/oil he is making these things with. I was hoping to learn a little more about this. I have made my share of butter but this is the first I have heard of purging the chloraphyll, which I am told makes it easier for the body to breakdown/digest/absorb the THC in the butter/oil. Choraphyll, aparently, a barrier between the body and its digestive abilities and the THC. From what i gathered from the conversastion, removing the Chloraphyll fromt he butter makes the butter/oil exponentially stronger. Can anyone tell me a little more about this or direct me to an appropriate thread?
Would this work similarly with hash? Are there ways to purify bubble or oil to remove residual chloraphyll?
By my estimation, the methods for extracting the THC when making hash would inherently seperate the THC from the chloraphyl either by not allowing it to pass through the screen when using bubble bags or doing dry or by the chloraphyll being left behind with the plant material when using a solvent to sepearte the THC from the plant material when making oil... I just wanna clarify and be sure there is not residula choraphyll or other impurities that I could be purging from the finished product.