Cooking with Cannabis Oil Made Easy

cooking with cannabis

Where did the cannabis oil come from? Cannabis oil is extracted from cannabis plants. The extracted cannabis oil is the raw material that is used to create new possible varieties of cannabis products. And cooking with cannabis oil is made easier with some of the tips we will share below.

Facts About Cannabis Oil

The goal of a cannabis oil compound press is to remove the oil that is present in the cannabis plant either in a fresh or dried can quite. The raw oil from a cannabis plant is where you can find valuable cannabinoids, omega fatty acids, flavonoids, terpenes, minerals and, vitamins of the plant.

Cooking with cannabis oil is a good idea for a more fun consumption of your favorite herb. Cannabis oil is usually sold and consumed itself, or it may be processed into a very wide range of different consumer products. In this case, a cannabis manufacturer can provide a lot of choices in terms of using cannabis oil.

Every active compound of cannabis is extracted from the cannabis plant, both fresh and dry. Extraction techniques were quite a lot, and some of them can be done in the comfort of your home. One of the techniques is the Cooking Oil Extracting of Cannabis that would be discussed here.

How Cannabis Oil Is Made

Cannabis cooking oil is one of the cannabis oil that can be done at home. Cannabis cooking oil is one of the simplest cannabis oil extraction by just using supplies that can be found at home. Slower cooker and a strainer is the only thing needed to extract cooking oil from the cannabis plant. You only need a ground cannabis flower or any less for a milder potency and a cup of any cooking oil of your desire. 

Steps to Make Cannabis Cooking Oil

1. Grind your cannabis to make it as the base, and including the entire plant is fine. Take note that the finer you grind the cannabis, it would turn out into the final product. Make sure not to finely grind the cannabis plat to have smoother and clearer oil.

2. Combine both the ground cannabis and the oil in the boiler, saucepan, or slow cooker, then heat on low or warm it first for a couple of hours. In this, it activates the THC content of cannabis without directly affecting the active ingredients. Always remember that in all cases, a small amount of water shall be added in the mixture to avoid it from burning, and the temperature of the oil must not exceed over 245˚F.

  • Saucepan Method – in a simple saucepan, heat the cannabis and oil on a low heat for approximately 2 to 4 hours and must be stirred frequently to avoid scorching.
  • Crock-pot Method – in a crock-pot heat up the cannabis and the oil on a low heat for approximately 4 to 6 hours and must be stored occasionally.
  • Double-boiler Method – in a double-boiler heat up the cannabis and the oil on a low heat for approximately 6 to 8 hours and must be stirred occasionally.

3. Finally, strain the cannabis to separate it from the oil and store it in a jar. All of the remaining plants can be discarded and can be used for other dishes. The life span of cannabis cooking oil is approximately 1 to 2 months in the pantries or oil shelves. Its life span, when stored in the refrigerator, can be extended. Take Note that when using the cannabis oil for dishes, make sure you do not microwave it, and always choose low heat if possible.

Benefits of Weed Oil

There are a lot of nutritional compounds that can be found in a cannabis plant, including its oil. Some of these are vitamin K essential for blood clotting, vitamin C for the immune system, calcium for the bone, magnesium for the nerves and muscle functioning, and iron for blood oxygenation.

Cannabis oil also has essential oils for up-lifting and stress relieving, folate for DNA repair and, phosphorus for the bones and energy. The cannabis oil, as well as its oil, also has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-cancer, and it is also high in fiber.

When the oil is extracted, the following are the best result of it when infused with foods:

  • Can treat cancer
  • Some of the studies of different researchers the cannabis and its oil can treat cancer. The CBD compound of cannabis oil prevents the growth of cancer cells in the body. 
  • Neuroprotective 
  • The CBD compound of the cannabis oil can help neurodegenerative disorders such as the diseases that cause the nerves and the brain to deteriorate.
  • Relieves anxiety
  • It helps to manage anxiety by changing the way a brain responds to serotonin, a chemical that is linked to mental health based on the research.
  • Relieves Pain
  • The effects of CBD oil to the consumer’s brain receptors actually helps to manage pain. Pain such as muscle pain, spinal cord injuries, arthritis, MS pain and, chronic pain we’re the pains the CBD oil can help relieve it.

Cooking with Cannabis Oil

Now that the cannabis oil is infused for cooking oil make sure to test it first before using it for bigger meals. Measure the dosage of the oil you prefer for a meal to be delicious. Remember not to scorch the oil while cooking. Now start cooking.

First, find your own favorite recipe and try if the infused-cannabis oil will work on that if not, then find another recipe. If you cannot find other recipes, then try experimenting. Experimenting is fun. Tons of recipes that the weed oil can be used remember to constantly measure the doses to be used to avoid some issues.

Conclusion

The cannabis cooking oil is rich in different nutrient compounds and can be used as an alternative in the kitchen and cooking system. Cooking with cannabis oil serves as a new trend nowadays, just the olives oil and coconut oil. In those oils, it is easy to infuse THC on the meals that were served. Take not to start low and go slow when using cannabis cooking oil until the individual dosages of the cannabis oil is known.

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