Homemade hash oil limits head to Colorado governor
DENVER — A ban on common procedures for making homemade hash oil is headed to the governor’s desk in Colorado.
The bill would make it a felony for amateurs to make hash or marijuana concentrate using an “inherently hazardous substance” such as a flammable liquid chemical or compressed gas. Such methods have been blamed for more than 30 butane explosions linked to hash production. Just last week, an Eagle-Vail man was hospitalized after allegedly causing a fire while making a marijuana concentrate.
The city of Denver already bans flammable forms of home hash production. Under the bill, people would still be allowed to make homemade hash using less-flammable methods, such as soaking marijuana in a vegetable-based glycerin to extract the plant’s psychoactive material.
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