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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The Complete Process of Obtaining a Medical Marijuana Card in West Virginia

Complete process of obtaining a medical marijuana card

Around 85% of Americans support the legalization of medical marijuana, and it is estimated that several million currently use it to treat certain medical conditions.

With that being said, if you live in West Virginia, and meet certain qualifications, you can obtain a medical marijuana card.

On April 19, 2017, Governor Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 386 into law, stating that West Virginia residents suffering from certain medical conditions can treat those conditions with cannabis.

There are certain qualifications one must meet to be eligible to obtain a medical marijuana card, however, but don’t worry, the process of actually obtaining one is pretty straightforward.

This guide highlights everything you need to know about obtaining a medical marijuana card in West Virginia, and even gives you some tasty cannabis-infused recipes to cook yourself.

Note: This program is not yet in effect, but this guide will equip you with the necessary information you need to prepare yourself.

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Fifteen Essential Reasons to Get a Medical Marijuana Card

Fifteen Essential reasons to get a medical marijuana card

You’re considering a medical marijuana card, but you’re wondering if the hassle of visiting a doctor is still worth it. Are there any real benefits? The short answer is yes, absolutely.

Don’t miss out on the many awesome perks of being a cardholder. You’ll have accurate dosage/labeling, save money, have access to more dispensaries, and much more. Support is more abundant, and your need will be validated.

Even if you live in a state where it’s recreationally legal, you should consider getting a medical marijuana card. The benefits are endless, but let’s start with a few popular ones.

Let’s talk about the fifteen essential reasons to get a medical marijuana card.

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Cannabutter: What’s it Used for and How to Make It

Cannabutter

Are you looking for a new, healthier way to consume your cannabis? Trying to enter the world of edible making? Maybe you’ve heard a new term around town and are now left asking yourself what cannabutter actually is?

You might’ve heard of cannabutter but are unsure of what it is exactly. Maybe you’re looking for more cannabutter information, or maybe you’re super familiar with the term but are looking to make your very own cannabutter.

No matter what you want to know, we’ve got you covered. This guide will cover all the FAQs on cannabutter, including an easy recipe to make your own. With this guide, you’ll be infusing all your favorite treats with cannabis in no time.

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Missouri Dispensaries Struggling with Limited Supply

Missouri Dispensaries struggling with limited supply

Medical marijuana is finally available to qualifying patients in Missouri, but supply remains limited. As of this writing, only 13 Missouri dispensaries have opened their doors. But with so few options and so much demand (over 65,000 patients registered so far, and thousands more applications being processed), businesses are finding themselves in a bit of a bind.

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Maryland Pushes for Legal Marijuana – What This Means for Medical Patients

Legal marijuana in MD

What would cannabis legalization in Maryland mean for medical marijuana patients? This question is on many people’s minds in light of some recent reports.

Maryland lawmakers are considering marijuana legalization as part of the 2021 legislative session. State Delegate Jazz Lewis (D) has been working on a formal draft of what could become the state’s marijuana legalization bill, which includes a regulated recreational marketplace, expungement of past marijuana convictions, and the enactment of a social equity program that would reinvest in communities negatively impacted by the War on Drugs.

But there’s still the question of what it could mean for the state’s 100,000 registered medical marijuana patients.

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Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to Help Shape Medical Marijuana Policies Nationwide

MD commission to help shape national marijuana policies

Regulators from Maryland recently made headlines by co-founding the new Cannabis Regulators Association, a nationwide coalition of cannabis policymakers. This move could have huge ramifications for future cannabis policy—including medical marijuana policy—in the U.S.

Under the guidance of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC), Maryland has been a national leader in medical marijuana policy since 2014, with the enactment of House Bill 881.

While the bill laid the groundwork for a formal medical marijuana program, the state has actually tolerated medicinal marijuana use since 2003, when the Darrell Putman Compassionate Use Act was signed to protect patients. As one of the first states to recognize and protect medicinal users, Maryland is in an excellent position to help shape nationwide policy.

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Can You Get Medical Marijuana for Prostate Cancer in Missouri?

Can you get medical marijuana for prostate cancer in missouri

More and more prostate cancer patients in Missouri are turning to medical marijuana to supplement their treatment. But does it work? In what ways does it specifically help? And does prostate cancer legally qualify you for medical marijuana in the first place?

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Can You Get Medical Marijuana for CRPS in Maryland?

Can you get medical marijuana for CRPS in Maryland

Do you live with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in the state of Maryland? If so, you may qualify for a medical marijuana card. While cannabis is a relatively novel treatment approach for CRPS, it may offer some degree of symptom relief without the side effects of common drugs.

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Can You Get Medical Marijuana for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Maryland?

Can you get medical marijuana for carpal tunnel syndrom in maryland

Maryland patients may have a new treatment option for carpal tunnel syndrome: medical marijuana. 

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) impacts over 8 million Americans every year, and it can be difficult to treat. Extreme measures like wrist-splinting and surgery aren’t always effective, and conventional medications only offer short-term relief—often with severe side effects. Some states are allowing sufferers to access medical marijuana as an alternative treatment, but what about Maryland?

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Can You Get Medical Marijuana for Bipolar Disorder in Missouri?

Can you get medical marijuana for bipolar disorder in missouri

Bipolar disorder affects more than 2.3 million Americans, about 1% of the general population, and a growing number are turning to medical marijuana as an alternative or supplement to conventional medications.

The state of Missouri, though, won’t issue a medical marijuana for just any condition. You must have one of the state’s qualifying conditions. So, the question is, can you get a medical marijuana card for bipolar disorder in Missouri?

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Can You Get a Medical Card for Anxiety in PA?

Can you get a medical card for anxiety in PA

More than 18% of the American population lives with an anxiety disorder, and a growing number—including many Pennsylvania residents—are turning to medical marijuana. Governor Tom Wolf legalized medicinal cannabis in April of 2016, and Pennsylvania is now notable for being a state whose medical marijuana program caters to anxiety sufferers—with a few restrictions and caveats.

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Joplin, MO, Dispensaries to Open by End of December

Joplin dispensaries to open by end of december

Joplin is about to become the latest Missouri community to offer medical marijuana services. This is welcome news for locals who count themselves among the state’s 67,000 medical cannabis patients. Although the state has approved 192 dispensaries (24 in each congressional district), only 16 such facilities have opened their doors thus far.

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