It's very difficult to infuse cannabis into oil, and most recipes are only 30-50% efficient, according to https://www.leafly.com/news/science...abis-edibles-why-its-nearly-impossible-to-cal and https://hightimes.com/edibles/ultimate-cannabutter-experiment-results/ This cannabutter contest was won by a recipe that was only 50% efficient in extracting thc. Oil isn't a very good at extracting medicine from herb, typically leaving half behind. 190 proof alcohol is excellent, but much more trouble, because some/all of it must be removed after straining. If ground, decarbed herb is mixed with a small amount of oil, and put into caps, the body won't digest it very well, and much of the medicine will go unused. Decarboxylation is essential, and immediately after decarb, the herb is as potent as it will ever be, but the body must be able to use that potency. I have experimented with oils, tinctures, and edibles with dozens of recipes. Two of the best two things to do are actually pretty easy. In both of these an initial decarb is required, and 240 F for 40 minutes is optimal. Then grind the herb to fine powder. (1) Bake cookies (or anything else) with decarbed herb powder mixed into the recipe oil, while trying to avoid additional degrading heat/time. Or just mix it into nut butter or nutella, spread onto crackers, and eat. Each gram herb used will supply about 150 mg thc. (2) For canna-oil caps, the BrassNwood method from Grass City forums is excellent. I use a simplified version of it with whole herb instead of hash: After producing decarbed herb powder, do this for each gram herb used: a - Mix with 11 mL coconut oil (10.1 grams) b - Add a pinch of Lecithin (powder or liquid), about 1/4 tsp. c - Heat the mixture @ 220 F for 20 minutes. d - Freeze e - Heat again @ 220 F for 20 minutes f - Put into 15 size 00 capsules. Gummy syringes and CapMQuick devices can help. Each cap will contain one Colorado dose of about 10 mg thc, assuming good 15% herb. These can be made stronger or weaker by adjusting the amount of herb used. The above ritual is an attempt to break down the herb matter so it can be better digested. Some people can't handle whole herb. It's unwise to risk significant amounts of herb on questionable internet recipes, so always try a greatly reduced version of any recipe before adopting it. The two recipes above can be done with as little as 1/2 gram herb each.