Easy Coconut Oil Extraction/Infusion With Velvet Purp

We are so happy at the incredible response our community has had to our beloved Nova being able to infuse as well as decarb!

In our exhaustive pursuit of cannabis knowledge, we continued testing and are ready to share our awesome organic coconut oil infusion results with you here. We love extracting into different oils and keeping our edibles as varied as our cravings, and one we always have on hand is the ever-versatile Coconut Oil. With so many natural benefits, this organic coconut oil is a household staple.

Use it in food and lotion recipes - or just use as-is orally or topically. For those in need of infused suppositories (I'm talking to you period cramps), it can even do that!

With it's many uses, mild flavor and ability to harden coconut oil is an essential for beginners and experts alike

Velvet Purp is a favorite strain of ours, and not only because of its naturally Ardent-purple color, but also because of its delightful smell and mellow, upbeat effect. Decarbed, it contains 17.2% THC, which is 172 mg of THC in each gram. Extracting one gram of decarbed flower into Coconut Oil gave us a little over 154 mg into the ounce of oil!

Starting flower testing below on the left, finished oil on the right.

How we infuse: We decarbed 1 gram of flower in the Nova, broke it up a little bit (no need to grind) and dropped it into our 1 ounce bottle of Coconut Oil to mix them. (You can also use the nifty silicone sleeve.) When you place the bottle into the Nova and press the button, the THC (or CBD, if you are using CBD flower) extracts right into the oil. A quick strain when it comes out, and your oil is ready to use! All fun and no sweat -- which is more than we can say on these hot summer days...

The 1 gram of cannabis we started with had 172 mg of THC, and our final ounce of oil had 154 mg of THC. That's an over 89% infusion rate with 154mg active THC using just one gram of cannabis. How amazing is that?

*Ardent's infusion testing is always done with a flower to oil ratio of 1 gram of flower : 1 ounce of oil ratio, unless otherwise specified. This 1:1 ratio is a great indicator of what you can get out of 1 gram of cannabis and makes it easier for you to compare results. You can use more or less when infusing.

For easy, potent infusions at home with just a tiny bit of starting material grab your Precision Decarboxylator and your Coconut Oil Kit today!


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Wonderful being able to make small amounts sometimes. Don’t always want 2 or more cups on hand! Great product and very well done video.

Tom Carpenter

Previously I had read that after you decarb, you run the Nova for 1/2 a cycle after adding the flower to the oil. Does the infusion time need to be a full cycle of the Nova or half?

Gabe Williams

I purchased your coconut oil kit and it was the most potent, simple infusion method I’ve ever used,
Thank you!

Cornelia L Short

Ok what do u do with the leftover bud after making coconut oil infuse?

Amy J Wolff

Well done! Been doing this for years… Now try infusing some honey. Next, make your own thc and/or cbd infused vape juice. I started experimenting with this last year with good results. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. I’m just sayin… ????

Gordon R Lent

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