January 25, 2010

Marijuana Cooking Oil - Cannabis Kitchen

Being able to make cooking oil infused with the active ingredients of marijuana is one of the most important techniques of cooking with cannabis. Marijuana cooking oil can be used as a substituted for regular oil in any recipe. After you learn this recipe you'll be able to make a large variety of cannabis dishes.


Makes 1 Cup

Ingredients:

1 cup of oil
8 grams of marijuana :-)




Preparation:

Grind up marijuana (the finer the better). Combine ground marijuana. If possible, cover and allow to sit out overnight. Letting the mixture sit is not necessary, but it makes the oil more potent.

In a large saucepan place the oil over low heat. The mixture should be just under a simmer. You don't want there to be any evaporation. Allow to coom for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Allow mixture to cool. Strain marijuana with a metal coffee filter, or nylon. Make sure to strain it properly. And there you go. Fresh Marijuana Cooking Oil.


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1 comment:

  1. I decided to make cannabis olive oil and found several articles online that talked about putting the bud into olive oil and cooking it at low heat for 1 to 3 hours.

    I have been using a vaporizer and putting the "baked" leftovers into a small jar of olive oil. After finding the articles, I was ready to heat the oil to infuse the THC into it....and my wife suggested just trying the oil as it was, without cooking (the buds had been sitting in the oil for about 3 weeks)...so I tried it, and low and behold, I got a great 3 hour buzz from 1 1/2 tablespoon of the stuff!

    So, even though I haven't read it before, I can tell you from my experience that just letting the buds soak in the oil will do the trick...and this was with already vaporized cannabis! I used about 1/2 gram to each 1 oz. of oil, and that equated to a 1 1/2 tablespoon dosage for a solid buzz. Hope that helps.

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