How to Make Medicinal Canna-oil

   How to Make Medicinal Canna oilThe Benefits of Canna-oil: Canna-oil stores longer than pot butter as it does not include dairy.  You can use this ingredient in recipes that call for oil rather than butter.  Canna-oil can be made from many different types of oil for different cooking applications.     Keep In Mind:
  • During and after making Canna-oil, the smell will linger in the household for about a day.  Be sure to take this into consideration before starting this recipe.
  • Eating Canna-oil on a full stomach could slow the effects of it’s medicinal qualities, as it will take longer to be absorbed into your blood stream.
  • 1 cup cooking oil of your preference.
  • ¼ oz to 1 oz marijuana buds (1 – 2 oz if you are using shake and/or trim)
  • Oil Thermometer
  • Double boiler pot (or a metal bowl to fit inside a larger pot)
  • Metal spoon
  • 3 pieces of cheese cloth
  • 1 glass jar for storing
  1. The first thing you need to do is decide how much marijuana buds or shake you are going to use.  This should be decided based on your discretion of what your tolerance level is.  It is best to start off with the minimal amount of ¼ oz.  (Double this amount if you are using shake.) This is because you do not want to have too strong of Canna-oil if you have never consumed it in this way before.  Also, if this is your first time making Canna-oil you do not want to commit too much to something that you might not enjoy or wish to repeat.
  1. Secondly, grind up the desired amount of marijuana.  Make sure that you are getting lots of surface area coverage.  Although you do not want it turning into powder, as it will make it hard to filter out the plant matter in your final steps.
  1. Fill your pot with water and check to make sure that the bottom of your bowl or top pot is touching the water.  Turn the element on mid-high so the water comes to a rolling boil.   Once the water is boiling, place bowl in pot.
  1. Pour oil in top pot or bowl.  This must not be left unattended.  While stirring every five minutes, keep oil heat between 250°F and 275°F but never exceeding 280°F.  Simmer for 2 to 3 hours, stirring every five minutes to avoid burning.
  1. Let the oil cool to below 90° so you can handle with bare hands.  Using your thermometer check to be sure you will not burn yourself.
  1. After cooling, strain Canna-oil through cheesecloth into a glass container or jar.  Repeat this process until all plant matter has been removed from the Canna-oil.  Be sure to squeeze the ball of plant matter in the cheesecloth so you get every last drop!
  1. Properly label and store container so it is out of reach of little ones.
  1. Enjoy!
After going through this process you are now ready to make all of your favorite foods with your favorite medicine!  Canna-oil can be used to create tasty salad dressings and replace cooking oil in any recipe you love. If you are interested in furthering your knowledge about marijuana laws, tips on growing or anything else marijuana related we invite you to explore our WEEDPEDIA section  How to Make Medicinal Canna oil
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