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making weed tea with stems

Stop throwing away your stems and start brewing ‘em instead! Here’s how to make some delectable THC-infused tea.

So, real quick: Why do you need a binding agent? Do you need one? Cannabinoids readily bind with fat molecules, which is why edibles are usually made with weed infused oil or butter. There seems to be conflicting views on the necessity of a binding agent in tea: some say alcohol is the best; others warn adding milk will decrease the potency. We say give both a shot and let us know, because we are nothing if not high-caliber investigative journalists.
Now What?

Stop throwing away your stems and start brewing ‘em instead! Here’s how to make some delectable THC-infused tea.
Doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold, winter or summer, the process of pouring water over leaves to make a cozy beverage is nigh universal. So, stop throwing out those stems and start brewing ‘em instead! Here’s how.
Once your elixir is complete, it’s time to strain (this is where that coffee filter/cheese cloth/paper towel comes in hand). Be careful not to scald yourself! If using a kettle, rubber banding the filter around the spout is a good way to keep your skin unburned.
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2-3 tablespoons of your fave alcohol, or ½ cup of whole fat milk/creamer/coconut milk, or ½ tablespoon of butter/oil)

– Any flavorings (i.e. another tea you enjoy)

Stop throwing away your stems and start brewing ‘em instead! Here’s how to make some delectable THC-infused tea.