Making weed oil is not just a hobby, it’s also an art form. With the right ingredients and instructions, you can make quality cannabis oil at home. This blog post will introduce you to some of the most popular weed oils that people are making these days as well as offer detailed instructions on how to make your own!
1. What is weed oil and how does it work?
Weed oil is an extraction of cannabis that can be used for a variety of purposes. When ingested, it may give you relief from pain or nausea, help with insomnia and spur appetites. Weed oil also has some recreational uses as well! It consists of the extracted cannabinoids (THC) in weed mixed together with oils like coconut or olive oil to make them usable. You could ingest it by mixing weed hash into brownies, adding THC-infused honey to tea, rubbing CBD infused cream on your skin to treat inflammation, and much more!
2. How to make weed oil at home ?
Making weed oil at home is pretty easy! All you need are the following ingredients.
- Cannabis, can be in any form from buds to hash or even kief. You could also use a tincture of cannabis that has been diluted with alcohol as well for an easier preparation step.
- Coconut Oil and/or Olive Oil which is mixed together with your cannabis material (see below). The ratio varies depending on whether you’re using bud versus trim it will range anywhere between 30% coconut oil to 70% olive oil but its best to start off by just mixing 50:50 until you find what works best for you;
The process starts when you put all your cannabis into a jar then pour over boiling water .
Next, add the coconut oil and olive oil then seal it up for a couple of hours. After that, you can put into your sieve to separate out all plant material and start again until there is enough weed oil made!
Instructions: Put cannabis in jar or bowl with boiling water; Add Coconut Oil and Olive Oil (in ratio) mix them together well every time; Seal jar/bowl for around two hours stirring occasionally when necessary; Filter mixture through cheesecloth to remove any remaining plant matter. Reheat if needed. Enjoy by either applying directly on skin or use as a food flavoring.”
3. Benefits of using weed oil in cooking
When you use weed oil in cooking, it can add a great flavor to many different dishes. It is also believed that cannabis has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties which are good for the human body. Cannabis does not have negative effects on the liver as alcohol would because THC isn’t processed by the liver like other drugs or alcohols are. If there’s one thing we learned from history, prohibition only causes more problems than before.”
Benefits of using weed oil in cooking: – Weed Oil adds a great taste to your food; – Cannabis contains plenty of antioxidants and anti-inflammatories which benefit your health; – The effect of THC doesn’t affect your liver like other drug or drink substances do because they’re processed by the liver.
4. Recipes that use weed oil as an ingredient
Learning how to make weed oil is a great skill for anyone who has access to marijuana, or wants to use it in their cooking. Weed Oil can be used as an ingredient in many recipes and dishes where food needs extra flavor – whether that’s baking with cannabis-infused butter, adding it into your salad dressing (or even onto the dish itself), mixing some into fresh ground coffee beans before you grind them up, or just drizzling over popcorn while you’re watching Netflix on a rainy day.
The following are recipes from our blog post that will benefit from using weed oil:
- Vegan Brownies; – Coconut Curry Soup Recipe; – Cannabis Infused Butter Cookies recipe ; – Canna Rice recipe ;
- Cannabis Infused Olive Oil recipe; – Hemp Seed Cheese Recipe ; – Kale, Artichoke and Seaweed Salad recipe.
NOTE: The following is an incomplete sentence of the long-form content. The ingredients for weed oil are typically cannabis trim (or dried leaves), or a canola cooking spray such as garlic flavour if you want to make it in large amounts. You will also need extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, butter or margarine, salt and pepper to taste, and either water or broth which all work equally well depending on what consistency you’re looking for your finished product to be.
To start off with the process of making weed oil at home yourself from scratch, take the cannabis trim or leaves and grind it in a food processor until the plant material is as finely milled as possible.
To do this, you’ll need to use a canola cooking spray such as garlic flavour if you want to make it in large amounts. You will also need extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, butter or margarine, salt and pepper to taste, and either water or broth which all work equally well depending on what consistency you’re looking for your finished product to be.
NOTE: The following is an incomplete sentence of the long-form content. If there are any bits that aren’t fine enough yet add them back into the food processor before continuing with the next step;
- Add about three tablespoons of butter or margarine to the pot and melt it on medium heat
- Add three tablespoons of vegetable oil to the pot, then add your finely crushed weed as you stir.
If using water or broth, pour just enough so that there’s about an inch in depth at which point you can turn off the stove; if using olive oil only proceed with the next step;
- Cook for five minutes before removing from the stovetop and adding salt and pepper to taste. Stir well before serving.
5. Side effects of eating too much marijuana or consuming too many cannabis products, such as edibles or tinctures
- The side effects are often a result of the THC/CBD content in the weed being higher than anticipated
- Side effects include increased heart rate, dry mouth and throat, dizziness, and irregular heartbeat.
The edible weed oil is best consumed by following the instructions on how to make it correctly because if you fail to do so then there may be certain side effects that can occur which would not happen if you followed the directions with precision. For example, ingestion of large doses (over 25mg) will cause high blood pressure and anxiety.