Cooking with Cannabis
GUYS. Guess what. Edibles don't have to completely obliterate you. Use our guide to cooking with cannabis to use weed to enhance your food's falvor as well as your own experience.
Using the ratio of 1 gram of cannabis to every 30-50 grams of solvent gives you a nice mellow dose.
THC is the psychoactive component Delta 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, and is oil or alcohol-soluble. It must be activated by decarbolxylating the cannabis, which is the removal of the carboxyl group at high temperatures. In culinary applications, this can be done in the oven, or in a pressure cooker to keep some of the odors contained.
Following decarboxylating, the cannabis can be infused in oil or butter, simmered and strained, or in alcohol through infusion and straining. We've found some of these tools useful, let us know if you have any questions! email@example.com
- puff on a joint: 4-6 mg THC
- 3 mg THC per 5mL dose of oil or alcohol
* disclaimer: all strains are different, so dosage will vary, but the strengths we've developed are pretty low-grade, meaning that you can always add.
FURTHER DISCLAIMER: Cannabis is federally illegal. This information is for edification and amusement purposes ONLY.
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