Step 1 - Choose your quantities - Butter
How much weed do you have?
How strong is your weed? (10% average)
How many portions you want?
Step 2 - Be aware of your dosage - Butter
Your recipe will have
0 of THC
Each portion has
You may or may not feel all the effects listed*
Step 3 - Let's cook!
1 cup unsalted butter (2 sticks)
½ cup water (add more water at any time if needed)
7 ground weed
Step by step
Step 1: Add ½ cup of water and 2 sticks (½ lb) of butter in a saucepan and bring to a simmer on low to medium heat. Adding water helps to regulate the temperature and prevents the butter from scorching. As butter begins to melt, add in ground weed.
Step 2: Maintain low heat and let the mixture simmer for 2-3 hours, stirring occasionally. Make sure the mixture never comes to a full boil.
Step 3: Pour the hot mixture into a glass container, using a cheesecloth to strain out all ground weed from the butter mixture. Squeeze or press the plant material to get as much liquid out of the weed as possible. Discard leftover weed.
Step 4: Cover and refrigerate remaining liquid overnight or until the butter is fully hardened. Once hardened, the butter will separate from the water, allowing you to lift the cannabutter out of the container. Discard remaining water after removing the hardened cannabutter.
The cannabutter in the container should have a slightly green tinge from the cannabis. Now you are ready to make some cannabis-infused meals!
- Eat a small amount at a time, and wait an hour or more between doses.
- Eat real food before you try an edible.
- Remember that eating cannabis is much stronger than smoking it.
- Be aware that edibles can take up to an hour to kick in.
- If you get anxious, try to stay calm. Nobody has ever overdosed from cannabis.
- Don't eat pot food too quickly. Start small and low.
- Don't drink alcohol or use others drugs.
- Don't try to get as high as possible. It's not a competition.
- Don't take cannabis food with empty stomach.
- Don't get dehydrated, make sure to drink water.