Cooking with Marijuana.
Most Marijuana related recipes call for the making of a certain quantity of Marijuana Butter, which is then used as a replacement for standard butter in many forms of cooking with Marijuana. To prepare any form of Marijuana for eating, it must first be heated in some way.
It will not work if the weed is eaten without preparation, because the digestive system is unable to digest THC directly. When cooking with weed, it is very important to use a form of fat, such as oil, butter or milk because THC, the part that gets you stoned, is fat soluble and not water soluble. It is therefore impossible to get high from Marijuana tea, for example, without first boiling the Marijuana in milk.
Cooking With Marijuana, Making Marijuana Butter.
Cooking with Marijuana offers an alternative to inhaling marijuana smoke to get high, or as a means of medical consumption. By using Marijuana Butter in your recipes, you can consume the marijuana in both a healthy, and tasty way.
Here Is A Recipe For Marijuana Butter:
- Ingredients 1 lb. of butter (not margarine!)
- 1/2 ounce of finely ground marijuana
Cooking With Marijuana, Making Butter.
- Melt the butter in a sauce pan until it’s simmering.
- Add the marijuana and let simmer for 30 minutes or so until the butter has turned green from the marijuana.
- Pour butter through a strainer to remove all the pieces of marijuana. Chill until solid.
Now, whenever a Cooking with Cannabis recipe requires or calls for Marijuana Butter, you will always have a good and trusted recipe to use.
What are the effects of Cooking With Marijuana.
It can take anywhere from 20 minutes to even up to 4-5 hours for the effects to set in. The biggest problem here is to find the right amount. When smoked, the effects set in almost immediately, so it is easy to judge how much you need. After eating a few Medical Marijuana users are too impatient, and they think they need more.
While it is not possible to overdose on weed, the effects of eating too much cannabis are not pleasant. You may feel sick, confused, unable to move or talk, and your coordination may be heavily affected. These effects may last a long time, much longer than when smoked. It is therefore important not to eat too much.
Start with a low dose, and increase it the next time, if needed. Experiment to find the right amount. If you eat too much, a high dose of vitamin c (200mg or more) may help to make you feel better. Or a glass of sugar water has been known to help many a stoned victim.
When eaten, Marijuana takes longer to work, depending upon the amount, and quality of the Marijuana used, the rate of your digestion system, and the amount of food you’ve eaten beforehand. For best results, we recommend not eating anything at least 2-3 hours before eating your Marijuana.