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Pot, Marijuana, Weed, Cannabis, or Ganga, are a few different names for the same thing.

How To Make CannaOil

 

You can use a variety of oils, from olive to coconut, or just your everyday cooking oil to make edible cannabis oil. It really just depends on how you are going to be using it, for baking or for dipping. For healthy cannabis edibles you may want to use coconut oil or something else you enjoy.

 

 

Unlike Cannabutter, oils take a longer time to infuse.

A good dosage is about 16 ounces of oil to 1 ounces of dry flower.

Add more flower if you want it stronger, less if this dosage is to much.

Sometimes it can be trial and error, depending on your tastes.

 

 

 

It is best to use a small crock pot since the cooking time is so much longer than making Cannabutter.
Warm your crock pot anywhere from 175-190 degrees, add your choice of oil and flowers that have been extracted.
Now, just wait for about 12-14 hours.

 

 

After your oil is nice and infused, use some cheesecloth, fold a couple of times so particles don’t get in your oil, drain, and you are ready to indulge!

 

 

Cannabis edibles prices can be expensive; this is a great alternative;

 get your perfect dosage and enjoy at the same time!

 

 

1/2 cup Cannabis Oil (using olive oil for base)
1 Tablespoon garlic
3 Tablespoon oregano
3 Tablespoon basil
3 Tablespoon Parmesan cheese (optional)
Salt/Pepper to taste.
You can also add rosemary, thyme, or other favorite spices.

Using a whisk; mix all ingredients together.

 

Ready to make your own cost effective edibles?

But, don’t want to use a double boiler or crock pot…

 

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