After vaping, most people throw away their herbs without realizing that the leftover cannabinoids can still be used for a variety of purposes. Already vaped bud (AVB) can be used to make edibles, smoked again, and much more. So, before discarding your herbs, read on to find out how to make the most out of your AVB.
Table of Contents
- What Is Already Vaped Bud?
- Things to Do With Already Vaped Bud
- Frequently Asked Questions About AVB
- Final Thoughts on AVB
What Is Already Vaped Bud (AVB)?
AVB is cannabis that has been used in a vaporizer. Many people throw it away, not realizing that there are still cannabinoids present. AVB cannabis can be used for smoking, vaping, making edibles, and in many other creative ways.
AVB herbs are lighter in color, ranging from light green to greenish-brown. As they get darker, they become less potent. Blackish herbs are unusable.
Vaping weed is cheaper than smoking it, but it is still expensive. Recycling already vaped cannabis is more cost-effective than buying new cannabis repeatedly.
Things to Do With Already Vaped Bud (AVB)
There are many ways to reuse AVB cannabis. For instance, it can be reused in a vaporizer, made into food and drinks, used to make capsules and concentrates, and more.
AVB cannabis is used to make pastries, such as cookies and brownies, but it requires ABV cannabutter, a key ingredient that uses AVB cannabis. It involves a significant amount of herbs as it is less potent than fresh cannabis.
To make ABV cannabutter, add one cup of bud, one cup of butter, and another cup of water to a frying pan and let it simmer. Filter it through a cheesecloth and let it thicken in a refrigerator. After 24 hours, the AVB cannabutter will be ready to use.
ABV cannabutter can be used as a spread on toast and crackers and melted and added to popcorn. Follow the regular recipe and substitute butter for ABV cannabutter to make pastries.
ABV Tea and Coffee
AVB weed can be used to make tea and coffee. Add vaped weed to milk, and microwave it until the milk absorbs the THC. Stir every few minutes. It can also be mixed in a saucepan with