Ingenious Marijuana Small Batch Straining Hack (Why Didn’t I Think Of That?) 

By Cheri Sicard
April 1, 2020

After a recent move I could not find my tiny funnels anywhere!  These little funnels are invaluable when draining and straining small batches of marijuana infusions like the wrinkle serums I regularly use or small batches of butter or oil made in the Ardent Nova Decarboxylator.

Well, there I was with a batch of infused wrinkle serum that needed to be strained into a small bottle but no funnel anywhere.

I was in the process of making a friend’s birthday cake while the serum was infusing in the Ardent Nova.  I looked across the counter and saw my cake decorating kit.  Lightbulb moment!

I got out a large icing tip, placed a small pipe screen inside, put it into the tiny bottle and voila! Instant tiny funnel.  My infused wrinkle serum was drained and strained in no time.


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Cheri Sicard is the author of Mary Jane: The Complete Marijuana Handbook for Women, and The Easy Cannabis Cookbook.  Her online courses at Cannademy.com have educated 1000s of students about marijuana, cannabis cooking for home cooks, and making infused topicals.

Mitch Mandell started growing cannabis as a teenager after he and a friend built a small greenhouse. He's been cultivating cannabis ever since. Mitch has grown indoors and outdoors, hydroponically and in soil. He's done extensive experiments using both organic and chemical fertilizers, as well as no fertilizer at all (he doesn't recommend this). We are thrilled to add Mitch's decades of cultivation experience to cannabischeri.com.

Mitch Mandell started growing cannabis as a teenager after he and a friend built a small greenhouse. He's been cultivating cannabis ever since. Mitch has grown indoors and outdoors, hydroponically and in soil. He's done extensive experiments using both organic and chemical fertilizers, as well as no fertilizer at all (he doesn't recommend this). We are thrilled to add Mitch's decades of cultivation experience to cannabischeri.com.

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