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Many cannabis consumers love edibles because they offer a healthier alternative to smoking. But the cost of buying cannabis-infused foods can leave a bad taste in your mouth.
Business trends indicate that while the cost of cannabis flower has dropped in the past few years in states like Colorado, the price of edibles has remained high because the process of producing cannabis-infused foods is more complicated and costly than selling flower. That same problem will likely develop in Canada as well when the country legalizes the sale of edibles this October.
The simple solution to that problem is to stop buying pre-packaged edibles and start making your own at home. Still, even the most seasoned cannabis consumer can feel intimidated by the prospect of whipping up edibles from scratch. Infusing cannabis into oil or butter on the stove is a long, finicky process. And