Make Cannabis Edibles

Nevada is moving forward on consumption lounges after a letter from its legislative council bureau to State Sen. Tick Segerblom last weekend said such businesses would not violate state law. The letter, dated Sept. 10, also claims that one-off events, like festivals and concerts, where the plant is consumed should also be allowed. “It is […]

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Let’s face it, chicken fingers are the perfect meal, whether you’re out to eat or just relaxing on the couch puffing a little weed. For those who prefer the latter, boy, do we have a recipe for you. If you’re a fan of edibles and making delectable cannabis-infused munchie food, then you’re going to love learning how to make […]

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The short answer is no. As mentioned above, hemp seeds are not cultivated from the marijuana plant, but from the hemp plant, which contains minute amounts of THC. According to Jolene Formene, staff attorney at Drug Policy Alliance, “Hemp seeds are non-psychoactive, meaning that consumers cannot get high by eating them.” In other words, it’s impossible […]

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No snack is more iconic than the Twinkie—so why not add a little a weed into the mix? Fortunately, the fatty cream in the middle makes preparing weed-infused Twinkies easy. Get ready for your snacking world to change. Here’s how to make weed-infused Twinkies. Weed-Infused Twinkies: Quick Introduction Hugs and Cookies XOXO It seems like […]

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Warning: I’m from a generation that’s smoked pot (sorry, weed) for so many decades we created the modern necessity for teeth whitening. Marijuana-infused brownies were our first college course. Today, nothing makes you forget the hay you spit out from your fi rst dorm batch like a big, chartreuse block of cannabutter. It’s just one […]

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By The Cannabist Staff We’ve noticed our readers have an insatiable appetite for anything we post about cooking with cannabutter. So we’ve put together this collection of our best information and cooking resources, including guides on how to make cannabutter and how to make cannabis oil, advice on calculating edibles THC potency and some of […]

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The short answer is no. As mentioned above, hemp seeds are not cultivated from the marijuana plant, but from the hemp plant, which contains minute amounts of THC. According to Jolene Formene, staff attorney at Drug Policy Alliance, “Hemp seeds are non-psychoactive, meaning that consumers cannot get high by eating them.” In other words, it’s impossible […]

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