Tasty and Effective: Your Ultimate How-to Guide to Making Incredible Edibles

guide to making incredible edibles

When people think of marijuana, they tend to associate it with some form of smoking. However, another popular way to consume marijuana, without the harsh burn of smoking, is by eating it.

Thanks to a variety of successful legalization campaigns across the United States, marijuana is finally reaching mainstream acceptance. That means that there are now practically endless kinds of marijuana edibles out there. These days, you can find recipes for cannabis nut butter, barbeque sauce, protein shake, guacamole, and even cheese.

While you can pick up pre-made edibles from your neighborhood dispensary, you can also make your own marijuana treats from the comfort of your own home.

Making marijuana edibles is both easy and fun. If you want to try your hand at making your own infused concoctions, then you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll show you the basics behind cooking with cannabis and some delicious recipes that you should definitely try.

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Are Edibles Legal in Missouri?

Legal Edibles in Missouri

Missouri’s medical marijuana program is now fully underway but not all forms of edibles are legal in the state. If you prefer brownies and gummies over smoked cannabis flower, there are a few things you need to know about the complicated legal status of edibles. When you visit any of the new dispensaries, you’ll notice that certain popular cannabis snacks aren’t available. Read More

The Best Cannabutter Recipe Plus, Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking with Cannabis

cooking with cannabis and how to avoid mistakes

As marijuana laws continue to evolve across the U.S., cooking with cannabis is becoming an increasingly popular activity among medical marijuana patients and recreational users alike. It allows for a simple and potent marijuana delivery system without a single puff of smoke.

If you are new to cooking with Cannabis, we suggest you start with Cannabutter (cannabis butter). It’s the easiest and the most versatile cannabis recipe. If you use it as a foundation for your baked goods and other recipes, there’s no limit to the kinds of dishes you can whip up.

And if you’re planning on cooking cannabis to treat a medical condition, you may qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card which will allow to purchase high quality MJ at a dispensary near you. To see if you qualify for a Medical MJ card, we recommend Green Health Docs, the only MJ card provider founded and run by Doctors.

Before you start cooking with cannabis, you’ll want to avoid some of the common cooking mistakes—lest you waste perfectly good flower on an unintended kitchen disaster.

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Pumpkin Spice Cannabis? Check Out These Fall-Inspired Edible Recipes

Pumpkin Spice Cannabis

There’s nothing like pumpkin spice during the chilly fall months. But can you make pumpkin spice cannabis? Absolutely you can! Here are two recipes that should fill your belly and relax your spirit.

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Staying Safe and Healthy While Using Cannabis Edibles

cannabis edibles

Medical Marijuana edibles are generally legal in most states with MMJ programs. While Maryland initially banned cannabis edibles, they have recently loosened those restrictions a little. Other states, like Missouri, will have edibles in their dispensaries. We’ll break down why edibles can be a good alternative, and what patients need to know in order to stay safe while using cannabis edibles.

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Medical Marijuana Edibles: Making Cannabutter & Brownies

making edibles

Cannabis administration methods have come a long way since the introduction of smoking. Edibles are an easy method for patients to consume medical cannabis without having to vape or smoke marijuana. But many patients don’t know how to make edibles. We take a look at how to make medical cannabis powder, as well as cannabutter for brownies and other recipes.

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