This cannabis-infused oil recipe comes from the famous High Times magazine! It is originally called THC Oil.
What is the use of cannabis oil?
You can use it in recipes. Cannabis has a very special aroma that will sublimate your dishes. You will also benefit from the therapeutic effects (CBD) or narcotic (THC) of cannabis, especially if you take the trouble to decarboxyalte your cannabis flowers before turning them into oil. It is an alternative technique that allows you to benefit from cannabis without smoking it.
Cannabis oil recipe
There is no need to use extra-virgin pressed oil, but the quality of your final product will depend on the quality of your ingredients.
- 250 ml olive oil
- 30 grams of crumbling cannabis flowers or 60 grams of ground dry vegetable material (leaves).
What to do
- You can decarboxylate your cannabis by following our procedure to be followed in order to be able to take full advantage of all the effects of cannabis molecules (CBD, THC…). This step is optional, but recommended.
- In a double boiler, heat the oil slowly over low heat until you feel its aroma.
- Add the ground cannabis gradually while mixing. Wait until the cannabis is fully submerged before adding more.
- Simmer over low heat for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Remove the mixture from the plate and let cool for a while.
- Filter the mixture with a sieve (colander, fine linen) and store the liquid in an airtight container.
- Squeeze the vegetable matter with the back of a spoon to extract all the fat, and all the cannabinoids. Throw away the plant matter.
- You can store your oil for up to two months in the refrigerator.
Enjoy your meal!
You can now use your oil in one of our recipes.
Be careful, you might be surprised at the power and effect. We advise you to taste a small amount and wait 3 hours to judge its effect to avoid unpleasant surprises.