Easily infuse the benefits of cannabis into foods by making a homemade tincture. When stored in the fridge, the tincture will keep almost indefinitely, ready to be stirred into your favorite food before serving. It’s especially soothing in a warm mug of tea scented with rose, jasmine, and lavender. Note: As cannabis regulation continues to evolve across the United States and around the world, please consult your local laws.

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Recipe Summary

active:
20 mins
total:
1 day
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Ingredients

Cannabis Tincture
Tea Blend

Directions

Instructions Checklist
  • Preheat oven to 220F; spread cannabis on a small baking sheet. Bake cannabis for 45 minutes; transfer to a bowl and let cool.

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  • Pour alcohol into an 8-ounce glass jar and secure the lid. Separately, place jar and cannabis in the freezer for 1 hour. Add cannabis to alcohol in jar, seal tightly and shake tincture vigorously for several minutes. Return jar to the freezer for 24 hours, shaking jar at least 3 or 4 times during that period.

  • Set a fine-mesh strainer over a large liquid measuring cup with a spout; line strainer with a paper coffee filter. Pour tincture through filter; discard filter. Using a small funnel, pour tincture into four 2-ounce dark-glass dropper bottles. Tincture is ready to use immediately, although it will become more potent (but darker and more bitter) over time. Store tincture in the refrigerator for up to 1 year.

  • To make the tea blend, combine the tea ingredients and store in an airtight container until ready to use. To prepare a cup of tea, steep 1 teaspoon of tea blend in 1½ cups of boiling water until infused, about 5 minutes (or according to preference). Stir in cannabis tincture to your taste (see below for THC dosage information) and sweeten as desired.

Notes

Special equipment: 8-ounce glass jar with lid; paper coffee filter, large measuring cup with spout, small funnel, four 2-ounce dark glass dropper bottles.

The tincture contains approximately 6 mg THC per tablespoon based on a 20% THC strain of cannabis.

This recipe was developed in partnership with Kitchen Toke, the first media company dedicated to teaching people about culinary cannabis for health and wellness.

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