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For centuries, many have wondered is it possible to turn marijuana into a tea form? Our answer is yes. Here it is for you.
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Ingredients1 Tea Cup1 Tea bag1 Teaspoon of bud butter / cannabutterScale ingredients by 1 for each person
- Add the 1 tsp. of bud butter / cannabutter and tea bag to the cup.
- Boil the water and pour it in
- Let the bud butter / cannabutter fully dissovle.
- Remove the tea bag, add milk (optional), and consume
Tip: You can add mint or any other herbal tea flavors to enhance the taste.
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