Yo, what’s good my fellow cannabis enthusiasts? It’s ya boy Dan back at it again with another dope recipe for all y’all weed heads out there. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make some bomb-ass cannabis coconut oil – the perfect way to get your daily dose of THC and reap all the amazing benefits of coconut oil at the same time.
First things first, here’s what you’re gonna need:
– A quarter to half an ounce of some high-quality cannabis (I recommend using a resinous strain)
– One cup of coconut oil (organic is best)
– Two to three feet of cooking twine
– Cheesecloth (about 8 x 10 inches)
– A double boiler
Step 1: Lay your cheesecloth out flat and place your buds on top. Make sure they’re evenly distributed, then fold in the opposite ends to cover the buds. Fold in one of the open ends, tuck, and roll. Tie the roll of bud with cooking twine.
Step 2: Fill the bottom pan of a double boiler with a few inches of water and put it on the stove at a gentle boil. Place the second pan on top.
Step 3: Add your coconut oil to the top pan and begin melting it. Add about one cup of water – just enough so that it will cover your bud packet when you place it in.
Step 4: Once all your coconut oil has melted, add in your packet of buds and let it cook for about 1.5 hours. You’ll know it’s done when the mixture turns green.
Step 5: Remove the packet from the mixture and set it aside to cool.
Step 6: Once cooled, the mixture will form two layers – water at the bottom and good stuff at the top. Poke a few holes through the oil and let the water drain out.
Step 7: Store your cannabis coconut oil in a glass container and you’re done! Congratulations, you just made your own homemade cannabis-infused coconut oil.
Now, some of y’all might be wondering – why coconut oil? Well let me tell you, coconut oil is one of the most popular superfoods out there right now. It’s a saturated oil made mostly of medium-chain fatty acids, which are great for you. And get this – it contains lauric acid (C12), which makes up about 50% of its total fatty acids. This gives it an extra punch when it comes to delivering antioxidants and preventing bone loss.
But that’s not all. When combined with cannabis, coconut oil becomes an even more powerful force to be reckoned with. Because coconut oil is rich in fatty acids, it acts as a strong binding agent for cannabinoids. This means that when you combine cannabis with coconut oil, you get a potent mixture that can deliver benefits beyond compare.
So there you have it – a step-by-step guide for making your own cannabis-infused coconut oil. Whether you want to use it for cooking, baking, or just ingesting on its own, this homemade concoction is sure to give you a serious buzz while also delivering some major health benefits. So go ahead and give it a try – you won’t be disappointed. Peace out!