Top ways to eat Cannabis Edibles

Top ways to eat Cannabis Edibles


The first thing to remember when cooking with Cannabis is the amount of weed you’re going to use. You will need about a quarter ounce for this recipe. Take that amount and grind it as finely as you can before putting it into your food. This makes the weed easier for your body to digest making sure all its goodness goes directly to your brain, quicker.

How to Eat Cannabis Edibles?

Your weed should be ground into a fine powder for cooking.

Next you will need to find some oil. Butter is your best option, but if you are vegan, you can use coconut oil just as well. Put in however much Cannabis flower you’ve used and heat it up in the oil with low heat over about two hours, making sure not to let it boil.

After heating for 2 hours, strain the mixture into a pot of boiling water and let it sit until the water cools down. The oil will rise to the top; you can then scoop that product out and use it as you wish. This stuff is strong so make sure you don’t overdo it!

You can serve this oil on anything you want to get stoned. Toast, rice, pasta, whatever tickles your fancy! Your weed butter will last a couple of weeks in the fridge.

Now that you’ve got your tasty treat made, it’s time to enjoy it! The next best thing to smoking or vaping is eating cannabis edibles. Not only will the THC go straight to your brain, but it will also taste delicious!

There are multiple ways you can prepare to eat Cannabis edibles and we recommend experimenting with all of them for a great high. Weed brownies should be your first choice; they’re quick and easy and everyone loves them! You can make this treat in less than ten minutes in a microwave. All you need to do is mix together the weed, oil and cocoa powder before adding it to your brownie mix along with some water.

You can add cannabis oil to any food, such as brownies.

Don’t worry about trying to substitute the sugar, weed butter will take its place nicely! Just let the brownie cook for about half an hour before you take it out of the oven. You can then cut yourself a massive slice and enjoy your wonderfully baked goods.

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Don’t worry about trying to substitute the sugar, weed butter will take its place nicely! Just let the brownie cook for about half an hour before you take it out of the oven. You can then cut yourself a massive slice and enjoy your wonderfully baked goods.

Another common way to eat weed is in cookies, which are relatively easy to make. Take your weed butter or oil and mix it with some flour, sugar and cocoa powder before adding an egg for taste. Once these ingredients are mixed together, roll them into a ball of dough before putting them in the oven for about 12 minutes.

Weed cookies are another common way to eat edibles.

Once they cool down you can chow down and enjoy your tasty treats. The weed will take a while to kick in but when it does, you’ll be in for a fun time! If you don’t have weed butter or oil available to you, there are still other easy ways to make cookies with cannabis.

One option is mixing together granulated sugar and powdered weed before adding them to your cookie dough. You can even choose to roll the cookies themselves in more powdered weed on top of some flour first for an extra kick! This will give a delayed high but when it does kick it, it will be stronger.

Cookies can even come in weed shapes such as this one!

Weed tea is a popular choice for many people when they want to get stoned. It’s easy to make; all you need to do is add crushed up weed bits and cold water together in a container and let it sit in the fridge overnight. You can add sugar to improve the taste if you want, but this will depend on how strong you want your tea.

This is a very tasty way to get high without ruining your dinner!

Another option is making weed butter tea which takes around ten minutes to prepare. Take some water and put it in a pan on the stove before adding weed butter and stirring it for around ten minutes. You can then add this mixture to hot water and let it cool down before drinking up your tea and getting high.

You won’t want to drink anything else after you’ve had some weed butter tea!

The last, but certainly not least tasty option for eating weed is brownies. All you need to do is pack the bowl with crushed weed and light it up for a strong high that will make your head swim!

Don’t overdo it, however; much like every other method, too much weed can leave you feeling sick or dizzy. If this happens, try to relax in a quiet, dark room and wait for it to pass.

Just like every other method of eating weed, make sure you don’t go overboard!

Regardless of which method you choose, we wish you happy eating!



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DID YOU KNOW?

1) Eating Cannabis is different to smoking it

The most basic thing to remember about edibles is that you must wait longer than you would for other methods. Smoking cannabis will allow the THC to enter your bloodstream much more quickly, whereas eating or drinking allows for a more gradual absorption into your body. The effects of an edible may take anywhere between 20 minutes and two hours to appear.

2) You can have too much of a good thing

It is important to understand that edibles are made with concentrated cannabis extract, often in the form of hash oil. This means that they contain far more THC per weight than any other method of ingestion. Although this makes them an effective medication for those suffering from chronic pain or debilitating diseases, it also means that the effects are much more intense. Eating too many edibles at once can lead to unpleasant side effects, including severe anxiety and paranoia.

3) Eat Cannabis Edibles are not recommended for children

Using Cannabis-laced edibles to medicate young children is not only ineffective – there’s very little THC in an average adult dose – but can also be very dangerous. Edibles have a particularly high potential to induce anxiety and paranoia in those who have never used any sort of cannabis product before, or who are suffering from a mental illness or other condition that makes them sensitive to the side effects. They should always be kept out of reach of children, and be treated with the same caution as you would a bottle of painkillers or household cleaning products.

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