Tincture:
Put 5 to 20 grams of dried cannabis flowers into a jar. Add a ½ liter (1 cup) of 40 to 60 percent alcohol (fruit brandy, vodka, ethyl alcohol) and let steep for two to four weeks, shaking daily.

After that time, strain the tincture and use a few drops a day (depending on its strength and your reactions, you can use more – perhaps a small dram daily. Always however start with a smaller amount and if need be, very slowly increase the doses). You can add it to juice or take it on its own, or apply to an affected area.

Spray:
Place 5 to 20 grams of cannabis and a few fresh mint leaves into a half-liter (pint) container. Add a ½ liter (1 pint) of 40 to 60 percent alcohol (fruit brandy, vodka, ethyl alcohol), close the
container, shake, and leave in a cool, dark place for two weeks.

Then strain the mixture through a fine screen, add 2 to 4 tablespoons of honey (to taste) and pour it into a sprayer. The resulting spray makes a great preventative against colds and rhinitis, helps with toothache, and the majority of health problems associated with the oral cavity.

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