September 14, 2021 3 min read
Cannabis tea can be made in a variety of ways from many different ingredients depending on your personal preferences. A few methods include:
Unfortunately, making infused tea that provides a wide variety of medicinal and psychoactive effects cannabis offers isn’t as simple as you might think. THC extraction can be a little finicky thanks to decarboxylationand solubility factors, but fear not: once you understand a few simple concepts, it’s all green fields from there!
During the process of decarboxylation, the non-intoxicating compound THCA is converted to the compound THC, activating different medicinal and psychoactive properties (read more about THCA’s unique medicinal properties here). The heat applied to cannabis when smoking or vaporizing provokes decarboxylation without any extra effort on our part. When making edibles, the process naturally occurs when the cannabis is cooked with butter or oils, or when hash and kief are added to a favourite recipe and then heated on the stove.
If you choose to decarboxylate your cannabis using a heating method before adding it to the tea, remember that the optimal time and temperature for decarboxylation may vary depending on the following factors:
We’ve got two cosy recipes to share. This cannabis-infused golden milk with a medicated coconut oil is anti-inflammatory and antioxidant-rich–the most luxurious way to end the night. The cannabis tea with rose and chamomile recipe can be adapted a million and one ways; simply use your tea leaf or flower of choice along with your ground cannabis and steep your worries away.
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes
Dosage: This depends on the potency of your cannabis coconut oil. You can always add more or less depending on your tolerance.
Prep time: 5 minutes
Steep time: 5-10 minutes
Dosage: This depends on the potency of your cannabis. You can always add more or less depending on your tolerance.
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