When you’re done with dry ice, just leave it in a well-ventilated area and it’ll simply turn into gas and leave. Basically, you just shake a hash bag full of cannabis + dry ice and piles of resin will start raining out! You’ve got your materials together and you know how to handle dry ice… let’s have some fun! Dump your (ground up) cannabis and dry ice into the 5-gallon bucket. Take the size 73 hash/bubble/pollen bag and fit it over the opening of the bucket, then shake and swirl the bucket around for 3-4 minutes.
The process of shaking the cannabis around with dry ice freezes the resin so it starts breaking off from the cannabis and is more easily collected. Turn the bucket upside-down, emptying both the dry ice and cannabis into the hash bag, with the mesh side facing down. Shake the bag over a clean flat surface.This will cause resin to sift through the mesh part of the bag and fall out onto the surface like it’s raining resin! Keep shaking until you don’t see any resin falling out or you just can’t shake anymore 🙂 Use your scraper to collect the newly fallen resin into a pile and transfer it into a container of your choice. Dump the cannabis and dry ice back into the bucket and repeat steps 2-5 with the size 160 pollen bag. You should now have 3 grades of your own solvent-free, homemade hash: 73 (pure resin), 160 (not as pure but still really good stuff), and 220 (it’s super fragrant and super free!). FYI: Hash can be sprinkled over bud, vaporized, smoked directly with a screen, and mixed into joints.
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As the first attempt, some corners were cut and I think now I would use LED red/blue lights instead of the HE lights I happen to have had around the house. The lights I used did fit into an acceptable light spectrum and only used a total of 45w when on but working out the kinks on that part now. Total cost was minimal as the most expensive single part was the cooling fans and thermostat and I think I got them on sale for about $35. The rest for the most part was salvaged parts from prior projects around the house. However, if bought new I would estimate about $50 total cost. Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Materials will depend on what size you want the box to be. In this case, the box was 33" tall x 18.5" wide x 18" deep to house starter plants and those that will reach a max height of about 24".
Of course, if you wish to build bigger, add to the below supplies. No special tools needed, just a drill, circular saw, knife, square, and a tape measure.