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How To Make Weeds Edible | Newbie's Information

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Learning how to make weed edibles can seem overwhelming at first. But believe us, it's a lot easier than it seems. If this isn't the first post you clicked on, you've probably already seen some information about cannabis-infused butter, decarboxylation, and possibly even other terms that can seem scary at first glance. This guide shows you everything you need to know before cooking cannabis and some tips to get you started. We'll also explain topics in our own words, so it doesn't feel like you're learning from textbook definitions.

How to make weeds edible (short explanation)

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If you have ever smoked cannabis but have never eaten weeds, it is probably best to start with either a low or a very low dose.

If you smoke cannabis a few times a week, it is likely that you have developed a tolerance for it. This tolerance will affect food consumption. However, if you are taking food for the first time, it is still best to start with either a low or a very low dosage.

And finally, if you've ever consumed food, you probably know the amount of THC it contained. The problem with cannabis foods is that there is so much room for error in calculating effectiveness that the actual number may be completely different, although a number may appear on a label. This is especially true for black market foods. Most black market food labels significantly exaggerate the actual THC level. It's still best to start slowly unless you have a lot of experience with food.

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THC per cup
8% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 2 & 1/4 cups 497 mg 11% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 3 cups 513 mg 14% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 4 cups 490 mg 17% 1/2 gram (14 grams) 4 & 3/4 cups 501 mg 20% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) [1 9459015]

5 1/2 cups 509 mg 2 3% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 6 1/2 cups 495 mg 26% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 7 & 1/4 cups 502 mg 29% 1/2 ounce (14 grams) 8 cups 507 mg

If you don't have 14 grams of cannabis, you can still use this table. Let's say you only have 7 grams of cannabis with a THC content of 14%. You can still achieve the 500 mg infusion target by infusing it in two cups of the ingredient. If you halve the amount of cannabis, halve the amount of the ingredient used for the infusion. The same applies if you want to infuse more than 14 grams of cannabis. If you double the amount of cannabis used, you double the amount of ingredient used for infusion. There is also a calculator below in this post that you can use to calculate the potency more precisely.

Weed Edible's potency calculator

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