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How to Make Coconut Chocolate Weed

How to Make Coconut Chocolate Weed

Coconut chocolate weed is a delicious, easy to make a recipe that you can enjoy while eating healthy. It is also an excellent way to enjoy cannabis without the guilt of smoking it. This blog post will teach you how to make coconut chocolate weed so that you can start enjoying this delicacy!

What is coconut chocolate weed?

Marijuana and chocolate are the most popular things in the world, that can come together for a symphony of bliss. Coconut chocolate cannabis edible is one of the tastiest ways to get your daily dose.
The coconut chocolate weed recipe is easy and actually healthy for you when compared with other cannabis edibles that are usually loaded with sugar, preservatives, butter, or cream. It also has all the benefits of cannabis without any dangers from smoking it like lung cancer risk and damage to your throat tissue.
The healthier alternative will give your coconut chocolate weed a rich cocoa flavor and its nutritional benefits are much higher than regular sugar’s! You can add these ingredients into any recipes so feel free to experiment with different variations depending on your taste buds.

How to make coconut chocolate cannabis edible?

How to Make Coconut Chocolate Weed

Ingredients: coconut oil, cannabis (ground), cacao powder (can be purchased from any health food store or online market) or nibs, honey.
Check out these simple steps:

  • Put the cannabis in double-boiler with coconut oil for about an hour until it’s fully boiled;
  • Take off heat, stir and add cacao powder or nibs to taste;
  • Add honey if desired;
  • Start off by mixing the butter and cocoa powder in a pot. You’ll want to stir them together on medium heat until they are fully blended before adding sugar, honey, vanilla extract, and salt;
  • Add honey if desired;
  • Mix all things together (use kitchen utensils);
  • Let cool down before eating;
  • Enjoy!

A single dose of this recipe has approximately 25mg THC per square inch which can last up to four hours at a time. This will be long enough for most people who are looking to get high without smoking weed as often. You should also enjoy that there is no lung cancer risk from marijuana smoke because you’re not actually inhaling any smoke.

The benefits of coconut chocolate cannabis edibles

The benefits of coconut chocolate cannabis edibles are that you can’t taste it when it’s done, so if someone is spying on you and doesn’t know about your weed habit they’ll have no idea what you’re eating. The risk for lung cancer from smoking marijuana is virtually non-existent because the THC in this recipe isn’t being combusted with oxygen; instead, these ingredients will be heated to boiling point which will release most of its substances without having any need to combust them.

Coconut is full of saturated fat which means it will take a long time for your body to digest, meaning the high from this type of edible lasts longer than most other types.

Coconuts also provide quick energy and healthy fats that can help you feel fuller faster after eating the cannabis laced treats. This is great for people who have appetite issues or just want something tasty.

Recipe for making your own coconut chocolate cannabis edibles at home

How to Make Coconut Chocolate Weed

To make coconut chocolate weed, you need 20 grams of high quality cannabis and one cup of organic unsweetened cocoa powder. In a saucepan over medium heat cook the cannabis in the cocoa until it melts together into a smooth mixture and becomes dark brown. Once done remove from heat to cool slightly then pour into candy molds or small paper cups to create homemade edible treats!

You can also try other things like infusing your coconut oil with some THC – just put ground up marijuana (about an ounce) into a jar filled with about half water and half olive or grape seed oil; shake well for a few minutes before straining out any plant residue using cheesecloth. This is especially handy if you’re going camping or want to take your weed with you on a plane.

You can also make coconut oil cannabis capsules by filling empty gel or vege caps with the infused oil, and leaving them in the freezer for about an hour; that way they’ll last longer than if just stored at room temperature!
The benefit is that there’s no taste on it because it all blends together nicely so if someone else sees what you’re eating they won’t know how much weed you’ve consumed!

What are the side effects of eating a marijuana-infused food item like this one?

The side effects of this coconut chocolate weed recipe are minimal, and you can easily prevent them by ingesting small amounts. Some of the possible side effects include elevated heart rate, low blood pressure, or increased appetite. You might also experience an increase in anxiety levels as well as a decrease in motor coordination skills. If any of these happen to you stop taking it right away because they could be signs that your dosage is too high which has consequences like panic attacks!
Despite all these negatives associated with eating marijuana-infused food items, there’s no denying how beneficial they are for one’s health. Allowing THC to enter the body through digestion instead of inhalation bypasses many risks associated with smoking such as lung cancer and chronic bronchitis.
The amount of THC you need to consume in order for it to be effective is much lower when ingesting the marijuana because your body absorbs a higher percentage than if smoked. Smoking weed may also cause one’s lungs to become inflamed, but since edibles don’t require inhaling smoke this isn’t an issue with them. Plus there are no harmful carcinogens produced like those found in cigarette smoke or other types of combustion that would otherwise enter the bloodstream and potentially harm your health even more over time (not to mention the taste!). There are many things people can do as alternatives such as vaping instead which has fewer side effects but still provides therapeutic relief from pain and anxiety!

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