Now onto the good stuff! Returning to digestion vs inhalation, you may seek medicine that lasts for a few hours, so eating is the way to go.
Now to decarboxylate! If you’re using THC-dominant cannabis, set the oven to 250F. For CBD-rich strains, set it to 295F.
- What type of relief are you looking for?
- Which strain(s) provide that relief?
- What’s the THC percentage?
Learning how to make edibles is a fun process, especially with the proper guidance and tools. We’ll let you know when we’ll have cannabis cooking appliances in our dispensary.
If you’re using flower, you’ll want to clean it of any unwanted residue and contaminants. Get a large pot of water on the stove and get it to a rolling boil.
You may notice a thin film develops on the surface after you cut the flame. Use a spoon to scoop it off, dump out the water (NOT your flower), and then submerge your cleaned buds into the bowl of ice water.
There’s the good and the somewhat bad of this method of how to make edibles.
Low temperatures and patience will more than likely yield the optimal results you’d like.
If you want to skip the headache of decarbing on your own, there’s a few options. There’s the LEVO machine which is great for creating canna oil.
Maryland hasn’t gotten edible chocolate and gummies yet, so the next best thing is to learn how to make your own edibles.