Edibles: How to Make Canna-Butter and Canna-Oil

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The process to make canna-butter and canna-oil are the same, but I prefer to make my extractions using whole buds, not leaves or stems because the better and stronger the cannabis you use, the better the final product will be. It is best to make a strong extraction and dilute it to personal tastes with plain butter or oil when you prepare a meal. You can extract cannabis into any cooking oil, I personally choose coconut oil for its health benefits. Additionally, it has a high fat content which means it binds to a lot more of the cannabinoids you are trying to ingest. Most of my recipes suggest a serving size that contains between 2-3 teaspoons of medicated butter or oil. If I am planning a progressive dinner I will use less in each of the courses so I don’t overwhelm my guests. On occasion I will offer a medicated garnish that is optional, some folks can use it if they wish. Ingredients: 1 ounce dried cannabis flower 2 cups butter or two cups oil; coconut, canola, olive, peanut Equipment: Large saucepan Wooden spoon Large clear bowl or container Cheesecloth String, rubber band or tape Instructions: Step 1: Place the marijuana in a food processor or blender. A coffee grinder will work as well, the finer the powder the better. Step 2: Place a large saucepan on the stove and add enough water so that it is about four to five inches deep. The most important thing to remember is that the marijuana needs to be a good two inches from the bottom of the pan at all times. Step 3: When the water is at a full boil add the butter and allow it to melt fully. Step 4: Once the butter has melted, turn down the heat…

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