Marijuana leaf floating in Cannabis infused oil
The first step in making Cannabis Infused Oil is decarboxylation. The process of heating cannabis is called decarboxylation – the process responsible for making cannabis psychoactive and more potent for medicinal consumption. When you make cannabis infused oil, heat is involved, resulting in a product you can use for baking your edibles, brewing cannabis tea, and applying topicals. Coconut oil is a popular medium in making cannabis infused oil because it’s high in saturated fats,
Cannabis Bud showing resins - terpenes
Terpenes are natural organic compounds found in a cannabis plant’s essential oils that produce aroma. They are created by plants for protection against harmful insects and herbivores, and responsible for attracting beneficial pollinators for regeneration. Most of us are familiar with the aroma of lavender and pine trees, but with cannabis, shopping via terpenes is a great way to find your fav flower.Common Terpenes Found in Cannabis StrainsLimonene: Citrus aroma, oranges, lemons. Believed to produce
Making Cannabis Tea
Cannabis tea (also known as tisane – pronounced tea-zahn), can be made in a variety of ways, and infused with other fragrant herbs and spices for customized taste. Because THC is not water soluble, you’ll need to brew your tea with oil for intoxicating effects. Adding a fat such as cream or coconut oil will bind the THC and infuse, creating a psychoactive tea. Just like cannabis infused edibles, the effects of THC tea may