Making edibles at home is always fun. While it does take some time, you’ll be on cloud nine with the result.
Whether you’re conscious about your lung health or want to switch up your consumption routine, edibles are a fantastic way to benefit from the properties of cannabis without hunching over in a coughing fit.
Instead of opting for classic brownies and cookies, why not sip on a delicious beverage? My definition of deliciousness might be different from yours; we all have different palettes and preferences.
For that reason, we’re giving you complete creative control to whip up any beverage of your choice, with the psychoactive inclusion of cannabis-infused simple syrup.
Simple syrup is an easy way to sweeten any beverage and take it from good to great. Emphasis on easy; making simple syrup only requires two ingredients, water, and sugar.
With the recipe below, you’ll need to decarboxylate weed, which calls for a few other steps. Once finished, you’ll have a sweet cannabis-infused simple syrup ready to be poured into any beverage.
Before we get into how to make cannabis-infused simple syrup, you must know how to decarboxylate weed for making edibles.
Eating straight-up raw cannabis flower won’t get you high.
In order to activate the psychoactive cannabinoids, we have to heat the flower, whether that’s from a flame or a heat source like an oven. Here’s how to do that.