Despite the controversy surrounding marijuana, 33 states in the U.S. have legalized its medical and recreational use. Whilst it is still illegal on the federal level, dispensaries in states where marijuana is legal offer a variety of cannabis products people can use to make some of the most popular marijuana edibles, among other things.
Choose Your Weed-Infused Snacks
Choosing from different marijuana edibles can be daunting considering the variety of options available on the market, but there are also homemade goodies that you can try.
Whether you are happy, sad, or indeed hungry, these are the best marijuana-infused food you may want to try making at home.
Cakes, cookies, brownies, bars, and other similar baked goodies are popular alternatives if you are in the mood for an edible. These are also perfect for recreational use; enjoying the flavor while practicing discretion.
Most people have a sweet tooth and love baked food. Not only that, these are delicious and easy to consume.
Who does not want chocolate? Cannabis-infused chocolate can be made at home according to your liking based on the kind of effect you want to achieve.
You just need two main ingredients: melting chocolate and the cannabis infusion of your choice such as dried cannabis flowers or cannabis concentrates. Without any special ingredients or procedures, you get to enjoy your mouthwatering marijuana-infused homemade chocolates in as little as 30 minutes.
Hard candies like lollipops are the best treats if you have a sweet tooth and love cannabis. Hard candies are not meant to replace smoking or vaping, but they offer a different high that’s far better than smoking.
Besides, these alternatives are fitting for users who prefer discretion, which lasts for hours with virtually instant effects. When making marijuana candies make sure to store them in a safe place, especially if you have kids at home.
Gummies are one of the most enjoyable ways to use cannabis. They are soft, delicious, and the perfect bite-sized homemade marijuana edibles that will give you that gradual effect, though how long it takes edibles to kick in depends on several factors.
If you are trying not to smoke or thinking of creative ways to change up your cannabis consumption, marijuana gummies are sweet treats you cannot resist.
With just water, flavored or non-flavored gelatin, cannabis-infused oil, and soy lecithin, you now have your own gummies that you can consume anytime you like.
Milkshakes, cocktails, lemonade, iced tea, and hot cocoa are popular alternatives ways to consume marijuana. With a little creativity and a few ingredients, you will love these cannabis drinks.
Cannabis concentrates can be dropped and stirred directly into your preferred drink for quick absorption.
Consuming these homemade marijuana edibles depends on your desired result. If you are still new to marijuana edibles, it is best to start with a low dose and go slow.