Which is more potent? 2 hour infusions or 6 hour infusions?

October 20, 2021

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We are back at our potency testing competitions and this week we're going to find out just how much of a difference there is between a 2 hour infusion and a 6 hour infusion. 

TBH, I was kind of surprised by the results, even though my gut kind of had a feeling all along. 

I'm not going into too much detail here about the results (but if you would like a transcript, I'll happily provide it), because I want you to actually watch the video. And let's be real, nothing I write here will be different or better than what you can hear and watch in the video below. 

Enjoy and let me know what you think. And more importantly, let me know how long you infuse your butter for. 

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