Furness oil is an amazing natural product that helps to promote hair growth and health while also reducing the amount of dandruff your body produces each day. While there are ways to purchase Furness oil from some large-scale manufacturers, it can also be produced at home using just 7 steps and ingredients that are easy to find at any grocery store or pharmacy in your town. Here’s how to produce your own Furness oil at home.
Step 1: Collect your supplies
The following supplies are needed for making 1 liter of oil. You can adjust for larger or smaller quantities, but keep in mind that proportionately more beeswax will be needed for each additional quart. Materials: a gallon jar with lid, cotton muslin, cheesecloth, glass beads (2-4 inches), Beeswax (25 oz) , Vinegar (1 Quart), Lemon essential oil(15 drops), Sandalwood essential oil(10 drops). If you wish you could add other essential oils to make it smell better.
If you use more than one type of oil don’t worry about mixing them together just put them in at different times and stir after every time you add an ingredient (making sure not to mix your vinegar and lemon before adding them).
· Empty gallon jar with a lid, spoons and/or stirring rod. First, cut your filter material into pieces big enough to lay across the mouth of your container.
Step 2: Grind up the cannabis
Grinding up cannabis prior to extraction will give you a more potent product and is an important step if you’re using your own plant material. If you do decide to purchase marijuana in order to make oil, it is especially important that it is ground up. Most dispensaries grind their cannabis for patients but consumers should be aware that some places sell whole buds. Any THC from these buds will be lost during extraction since they are too large and therefore won’t fit through most methods of extraction.
Step 3: Cover with olive oil
Now add enough olive oil to fully cover your dried herbs and spices. Put a lid on your jar, shake it up and put it in a cool, dark place for about a month before using. This time allows all of those wonderful flavors to mingle. When you are ready to use your amazing homemade Furness oil, strain it through cheesecloth or coffee filters into an amber bottle with a tight-fitting lid. Then keep it in your pantry where sunlight can’t ruin its flavor.
Step 4: Put in mason jar
Take your mason jar and take a scoop of your Furness oil out and put it in. Put that jar on you’re dresser or wherever you want. Repeat step 4 until there is no more oil left in your jar. Then at night time have one spoonful every night before bed. Then every morning have one spoonful as soon as you wake up and if your scared about getting sick, just start with half of a spoonful once or twice a day then increase how much you take when ever you feel like it, but never go over two spoons at once!
Step 5: Steep for 30 days
Keep your precious liquid in a warm place so that it can steep and develop its potency. After 30 days, filter out any residue using a fine-mesh strainer. Discard what remains. You should now have 30 days’ worth of highly concentrated oil, which you can keep in amber glass dropper bottles or store in dark, cool places like your refrigerator. Don’t go wild here: Essential oils are super potent; just a few drops will do you!
Step 6: Strain into another jar
At times, you may see tiny pieces of fruit in your oil. Don’t worry—these will settle to the bottom of your container, while the clear and colorless oil rises to top. It’s not a bad idea at all to occasionally run through with a skimmer or spatula and remove any bits of fruit that float up, just for safety’s sake. When all of your scum has risen to top, strain again into another jar. Repeat until no more scum rises.
Step 7: Use it as you want!
Once you have your furness oil, use it any way you want! Some people like using it for health, some use it as an additive, and others just want a tasty drink. With all of its uses, there’s no reason not to make your own and save money in addition to getting fresh flavor. You might be surprised at how many recipes call for various amounts of furness oil; once you start making your own, try adding small quantities into things like salad dressings or pancakes. Enjoy!
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