As a special gift to you, we've combed through our recipe books to search out six awesome ways to make your baked goods a little more baked this cannabis holiday season.
Microdosing often gets brought up as today’s world shift in cannabis acceptance has us reinventing the wheel, but with a greater understanding of how the body interacts with cannabis. Before prohibition, no one even knew we had endocannabinoid systems (or ECS). Along with this new knowledge we have testing and imaging choices the world hadn’t even dreamed of in the 1930s that allow us to see how effective our dosing is.
Mention pot brownies in a crowd of cannabis enthusiasts and watch the ears perk up. Brownies are my most-requested edible, and the Biobomb Brownie recipe is my most popular share.
In Part One we covered the foundational knowledge it benefits one to know when approaching cannabis infusion methods. Armed with a basic understanding of the need to decarb, an awareness of the importance of choosing the most beneficial carrier oil for your needs, and knowing some simple ways to improve the bioavailability of your cannabinoids we’re ready to venture into the fun part, oil making.
In this article on preparing cannabis infusions, we’ll learn a thing or two about decarboxylation (decarbing), talk a bit about different kinds of cannabis discuss simple ways to improve the bioavailability of your cannabis infusion oils & consider our choice of carrier oils. Cannabis flower buds are unsurpassed in their concentration of essential oils, rich in cannabinoids.
This handy edible calculator can provide estimations of how strong your portions will be based on the THC & CBD percentages of your cannabis.