Previous [anecdotal] claims of being able to smoke cannabis on a daily basis without psychotic events are due to the forms of cannabis available in the 1960s-1970s were relatively low in THC, with approximately-equal quantities quantities of CBD; “experimental studies show that THC induces psychotic symptoms, while cannabidiol ameliorates them and reduces anxiety.”
You can consume this coconut canna oil on its own or use it in edibles!
“Our findings show the importance of raising public awareness of the risk associated with use of high-potency cannabis (panel), especially when such varieties of cannabis are becoming more available. The worldwide trend of liberalisation of the legal constraints on the use of cannabis further emphasises the urgent need to develop public education to inform young people about the risks of high-potency cannabis.”
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We’ll talk a little about dosing on the next step.
That said, the risks and issues with cannabis are very important to talk about. That’s part of why I’ve started posting here! It’s important to let folks know about the benefits and risks associated with medicating with and consuming cannabis. With constantly changing information and conflicting media reports it can all be a bit overwhelming sometimes.
For straining, use cheesecloth in a sieve over a large measuring cup. A sieve normally isn’t fine enough on its own! It won’t matter too much if you end up with particulates in the oil, but it always looks nicer without them.
What I’m using for this batch:
I’ve been making Canna Oil for over a decade for a multitude of health problems. A 40 + year nerve pain has disappeared entirely. And a crushed bone in my ankle actually grew back enough bone that I avoided surgery, much to the astonishment of my doctors. Durban Poison helped me beat back the threat of diabetes. Another surprised doctor there.
“CBD doesn’t have a clear set boiling point. It’s more in the 160-180°C range. While THC is listed at 157 Celsius, the fact is that both will sublimate off at a lower temperature.”
Water boils at a consistent 100C. Allowing your cannabis to reach any higher temperatures risks a certain percentage of it boiling away and being lost.
How to Make Cannabis Coconut Oil (canna Oil): Cannabis coconut oil is a really versatile way to consume cannabis. It's great taken alone or baked into all kinds of edibles – most strains of cannabis beautifully complement the flavor of coconut oil! Canna oil makes medicating super accessible,…
Meet the new pot crispy treat. Made with nut butter, brown rice syrup, and cannabis butter or oil, these treats are going to snap, crackle, and pop their way into your mouth.
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- 1 cup coconut oil (or oil of choice)
- 1 teaspoon sunflower lecithin
- 1 cup decarboxylated cannabis
Who’s ready to get chocolate wasted? Literally.
Secure with a string and use your hands to squeeze out the canna oil. Pour the oil into a mason jar or another container and let it cool in the fridge. Use the canna oil as needed.
We’re pretty sure this recipe was created for those of us who can’t even when it comes to spending time in the kitchen. Just melt chocolate and cannabis oil in a pot, coat the bananas, and freeze them.
It’s way simpler than it sounds: Preheat the oven to a low temperature (about 225 degrees) and bake 1 cup of ground cannabis for 40 minutes.
- 1 pound butter
- 1 cup water
- 1–2 ounces cannabis
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.
Seven magical recipes for canna oil, butter, gummies, brownies, crispy rice treats, and more.