Once your medical marijuana is decarboxylated, fats and oils act like insulators to your cannabis flower, and can typically undergo a bit more heating before fully binding with the cannabinoids and terpenes in your plant material. This guide will help you go from stovetop to the final product in no time.
Much like the decarb process, there’s a lot of mystery surrounding cannabis infusion. This is mainly due to the lack of data regarding the infusion process – there’s little to no real testing to show the maximum amount of THC you can get into butter or oil infusions.
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Now that you’ve learned how to decarb weed, you’re ready to tackle cannabis oil infusions. Learning the information is the first step in your journey of learning how to infuse cannabinoids (or just your new favorite method). There are many ways to combine your plant material with fats like oil, butter, and ghee, to make your infused treats even tastier and more bioavailable than ever before.
Flower to oil ratio is another question we get all the time. We were able to get up to 700mg in an ounce of oil out of a total of 800mg (4gm) of flower material.
To infuse the coconut oil, combine the following ingredients in a slow cooker:
Made from sunflower seed butter, honey, flax, egg, cocoa powder, and cannabis, these brownies rival the ones you made in high school.
2. Vegan cannabis chocolate bar
Just don’t make them for the charity bake sale.
Stir at least every 30 minutes to mix evenly. Simmer for 8–12 hours, and then let the oil cool in the slow cooker. Place a large piece of cheesecloth in a bowl or cup and carefully pour the oil mixture into the cheesecloth.
Hey, pass the doobie… err, the gummy. You hear the latter more often these days, because the love of edibles is growing like a weed (see what we did there?).