September 22, 2011

The Green Dragon

There are many ways to get fucked up and to ingest THC to get high, but few are as efficient as “The Green Dragon.”  This diabolical beverage and its name are notorious around the world.  

What it IS.

The Green Dragon is a high-proof alcoholic beverage that has been used to dissolve THC creating one bad-ass solution.  You can attempt to take shots of “The Green Dragon” but chances are you will end up flat on your ass, or worse, in the hospital, but it is had on good authority that mixed properly it can create one especially mellow cocktail.

What You Need

  • Weed
  • High Proof Alcohol (Bacardi 151, Everclear…etc) 1 shot to every 1/2 gram of weed
  • A Strainer
  • Time


There are a number of steps, and it seems that there are two schools of thought: those who believe the weed must be cooked a bit first, and those who believe this is an unnecessary step.  Whether pre-toasting your weed actually increases potency is unknown, but either way the THC is soluble in alcohol.  SO, without further ado:

  1. Pre-Toast your weed in the oven around 200 Fahrenheit for no greater than 10 minutes…OR, you know, don’t.
  2. Add your weed to a VERY high proof alcohol such as Bacardi 151 or Everclear
  3. Let this mixture sit in a closed container unexposed to sunlight, or excessive heat.  Excessive heat can degrade the THC.  
  4. Shake the container periodically throughout a month long period.
  5. FINALLY, after about a month, sift out the weed using a strainer, and store the alcohol in a cool dark place until consumption.


DO NOT fuck around with The Green Dragon.  It will mess you up.  never drink more than a shot per a 2-3 hour period, and be careful not to imbibe other alcohol excessively.  THC causes vasodilation: this means that your blood-vessels expand allowing greater exposure of your muscles and brain to whatever is in the blood-stream.  For this reason, alcohol is extra effective and extra detrimental to your body while high.  USE WITH CAUTION


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