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Cannabis Recipe : Easily prepare Cannabis- Infused Flour and Bake Delicious Recipes

Cannabis has always been an incredible choice from the early days.

And when the talk is about cannabis consumption, smoking cannabis is the most common consumption method.

And probably, this is also one of the reasons that people are more skeptical about choosing cannabis as a potential medical treatment option!

But is it the only consumption method?

Or you can also have various other options to kick the cannabis in the body?

Let us get acquainted with some excellent consumption options and ways!

Cannabis edibles: An ultimate alternate! 

Does the smoking of cannabis make your mind blow away with ample queries?

We bet that cannabis edibles can take away your worries concerning cannabis consumption.

Cooking with cannabis and cannabis edibles opens up a new world of possibilities to the user!

It’s the most delicious way of consuming medicine.

From baking classic brownies to instant consumption using cannabutter or any other.

Cooking with cannabis enables the consumer to experiment and incorporate the medicine in several new ways!

And surprisingly, only your imagination is the limit!

Edibles provide an immersive full-body experience that will provide a relaxed, euphoric, and giggly feeling after consumption.

Wanna know the exciting way of cannabis consumption?

We have already shared the Cannabutter recipe on My MMJ Doctor page with you!

Here’s another interesting solution for you!

Cannabis Flour

Cannabis flour is an essential and exciting addition to the pantry.

And surprisingly, it is easy to make too!

Easy to store and make; it is an excellent way to get the advantages of the cannabis plant.

Also, it won’t even smell as loud as other edibles.

However, making canna flour is different from the cannabutter.

But My MMJ Doctor have brought the recipe for making canna flour; exclusively for you!

Get acquainted with the recipe here only.

There are certain things that must be taken care of!

This may include

  • The temperature issues
  • Time
  • And form of the cannabis flour

Essential to note!

  • The temperature must be maintained below 360 degrees Fahrenheit to preserve its potency.
  • Baking cannabis flour is safer than cooking it as its internal temperature will never reach 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Now, let us begin with the making of cannabis flour!

But wait, before moving to the making, you gotta follow the initial Decarbing Process!

Decarbing Process of Cannabis

The initial step of making cannabis flour is to decarboxylate the buds.

Decarbing or decarboxylating is applying heat to the raw marijuana flower to activate the CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids in the strain.

The best way to activate these cannabinoids is by baking the cannabis flower in the oven.

Are you wondering about the process?

Here’s how you can do that!

  • Preheat the oven to 240 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Chop the cannabis buds
  • Spread the buds in an even layer on a dish or baking sheet
  • Cover it with tin foil
  • Bake it for 30 to 45 minutes until the cannabis gets darkened.
  • Turn it slightly brown, and its smell overwhelms the kitchen.
  • Now remove it from the oven
  • Allow it to remain covered until the bowl is cool enough to handle to preserve terpenes

Recipe of Canna flour

Before starting with the actual recipe, here is a piece of expert advice for you!

It is best to make the canna flour as required rather than choosing to make the large batches to store. Fresh is always the best way to consume the effectiveness of a strain.

Let us see how to make THC powder for baking!

Oh, don’t get confused; we are talking about the marijuana flour only!

Ingredients

  • 3.5 to 30 gms of decarboxylated cannabis leaves, kief, trim, or flower
  • Around 95 to 120 grams, which is around 3/4rth to one cup of all-purpose flour
  • Food processor or grinder
  • Kitchen scale
  • Mesh strainer
  • Airtight container to store it

How to make canna flour?

  • Add the decarboxylated cannabis flowers or buds to the food processor
  • Grind it well to make a fine powder
  • Add the flour to a food processor or grinder
  • Blend until it is evenly mixed
  • Sift this mixture through a mesh strainer or sifter to eradicate the stems or clumps
  • Use this immediately or store it in an airtight container.

PS: This recipe takes around 15 minutes only if the cannabis buds are already decarboxylated and almost one hour if not!

Prepare it and consume it!

Using the canna flour

To use the flour marijuana or cannabis flour, you replace 25 percent of the flour.

Sift the weed flour and regular flour together and blend it to make the dosing consistent throughout the baked goods.

Pro-Tip!

Seven grams of cannabis with 15 percent of THC will yield around 100 servings of THC of 10 mg.

As the cannabis plant already has a strong flavor, you may require to augment the other potent flavors to balance the dish taste.

Things you can try with this canna flour!

  • Savory Crepes
  • Weed brownies
  • Spacecake
  • Weed cookies
  • Red velvet cupcakes
  • Cannabis bread

Uses

The legality of cannabis has made a way. Since cannabis edibles have also been proclaimed, ample food corporations, retailers, and manufacturers are also looking at the possibilities of selling and marketing cannabis-infused products.

In various countries where cannabis use is decriminalized, the consumers can easily buy cannabis-infused bakery products, oils, frozen desserts, wine, and hard candies.

Is cannabis edibles consumption harmful?

It has been heard that cannabis edibles pose public health challenges due to the higher risk of over-intoxication.

So does that mean cannabis edibles consumption is harmful?

Let us see what research says about it!

A total of 1858 adults were surveyed every six months from the year 2016 to 2018.

The logistic regression models were used to examine the trends and harm perceptions.

The mean age of these young adults was 24.2 years, comprising of

  • 52% female
  • 85% white
  • 6% Hispanic
  • And 64% had a mother with a college education

In Fall 2016.

And astonishingly, the current marijuana use prevalence increased over these total five waves of data collection.

Since the survey was from 2016 to 2018, the five waves were divided like

  • Fall 2016
  • Spring 2017
  • Fall 2017
  • Spring 2018
  • Fall 2018

And surprisingly as per the survey, the data collection on marijuana use increased frequently!

Survey Schedule Marijuana Use (%)
Fall 2016 19.8%
Spring 2017 21.0%
Fall 2017 21.2%
Spring 2018 23.9%
Fall 2018 23.5%

 

However, the daily use during these surveys remained the same.

Although the perception that cannabis edibles are not harmful also increased over this time period.

This includes

Survey Schedule The increasing percentage indicating cannabis edibles are not harmful (%)
Fall 2016 25.4%
Spring 2017 27.3%
Fall 2017 26.7%
Spring 2018 28.4%
Fall 2018 29.6%

 

Also, the cannabis edible use increased among the non-daily marijuana users

Survey Schedule Increased percentage of cannabis edibles use among non-daily marijuana users (%)
Fall 2016 20.3%
Spring 2017 24.8%
Fall 2017 30.5%
Spring 2018 36.2%
Fall 2018 36.6%

 

However, the data remained stable among daily users.

This increasing number indicates that cannabis edibles are not harmful.

Bottom Line!

Since the increasing number of cannabis edibles indicates that marijuana is gaining popularity.

The methods of its consumption are also increasing.

And so, people are trying it by mixing it into various recipes.

However, the amount and exact quantity still need to be identified.

In such a case, where you don’t know the exact quantity of THC and CBD content for your debilitating condition, connect with a marijuana doctor and get it all identified.

 

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